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Ski holidays in Scotland are great for beginners and experts

There's no need for the time and expense needed to get to an Alpine ski resorts when Scotland ski holidays are right on your doorstep. Modern well equipped resorts offer ski hire, classes for beginners and a range of ski runs through the beautiful Scottish scenery.

Ski Holidays in Scotland: Top Holiday Lettings

Apartment Edinburgh
16 Nov - 23 Nov
£140 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Wonderful Flat in Edinburgh with Private Parking + Fabulous Views

5.0
Outstanding (49 ratings)
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Apartment Edinburgh
9 Nov - 16 Nov
-36%
£170
£109 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Apartment in Edinburgh, Next to Calton Hill

4.9
Outstanding (86 ratings)
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Apartment Edinburgh Old Town
12 Oct - 19 Oct
-31%
£189
£132 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Fantastic Flat in Edinburgh Old Town with Barbecue, Near Edinburgh Castle

4.2
Very good (113 ratings)
Edinburgh Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland
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Best Ski Destinations in Scotland

Best Ski Destinations in Scotland

Whichever ski area you choose in Scotland, you will need to head north from the Central Belt into the Highlands. The most famous and longest established ski area is in the Cairngorms but consider lesser known parts of Scotland for a completely different ski experience.

  1. Cairngorm

    The largest skiing area in Scotland is centrally located in the Highlands and close to the town of Aviemore. The season generally runs from December to April. Cairngorm offers a wide range of skiing options with a mix of gentle runs for beginners, to eight red and one black run for those relishing a challenge. There is plenty of accommodation as well as bars and restaurants in Aviemore and the surrounding villages.

  2. Nevis Range

    This range, which includes Ben Nevis, is higher than the Cairngorms and offers skiing later into the year than other parts of Scotland. Nevis Range is famous for the off-piste Black Corries, offering some of Scotland's most challenging skiing and, when snow conditions are poor, there is also an artificial slope to practise on. If snowboarding is more your thing, check out the specially constructed Boardwide Terrain Park, with obstacles and jumps to help you hone your skills.

  3. Glencoe

    Glencoe is slightly inland from the Nevis Range and features some of the most dramatic mountain scenery in Scotland. This is the ideal spot for skiing beginners, as the plateau area is relatively flat. There are 20 ski runs in total and free sledge hire for those wishing to take it easy.

Best Places to Stay for Ski Holidays in Scotland

Apartment Edinburgh
4 Jan - 11 Jan
-32%
£143
£97 per night
Apartment ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Wonderful Flat in Edinburgh with Terrace & Barbecue

4.7
Excellent (29 ratings)
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Apartment Edinburgh Old Town
8 Mar - 15 Mar
£196 per night
Apartment ∙ 7 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Holiday Apartment in Edinburgh Old Town, Next to Edinburgh Castle

4.2
Very good (28 ratings)
Edinburgh Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland
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Apartment Edinburgh
11 Jan - 18 Jan
£161 per night
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Holiday Apartment in Edinburgh with Marble Fireplace, Near Holyrood Palace + Spectacular Views

4.9
Outstanding (49 ratings)
Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
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Information about Scotland Ski Holidays

😎 Quietest month April
🥳 Busiest month January
🛏️ Popular accommodation types Apartment rental and Cottage
🌡️ Warmest weather July and August
🥶 Coldest weather February and January
🌧️ Rainiest months July and August

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the ski season in Scotland?

February and January are usually the coldest months in Scotland.

What types of holiday homes are available for Scotland Ski Holidays?

There's plenty of variety available when it comes to holiday homes for Scotland Ski Holidays, with 3,565 Cottage and 3,554 Apartment rental on offer.

Scotland Ski Holidays: what's the average price for holiday accommodation?

Holiday lettings are currently available within the average price range of £137 - £221 and discounts of as much as 58%!

Where I can find holiday accommodation for Scotland Ski Holidays that can host a family or large group?

The average size of a Cottage is 111 m², with an average capacity of 5 guests - perfect for medium-sized groups and families.

Is it possible to find a ski chalet to rent for a large group in Scotland?

Cottages in Scotland can accommodate on average 5 people.

Are pets allowed while staying in a Scotland holiday letting?

There are 10,078 holiday apartments in Scotland that allow pets with an average price of £220 per night.

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