February Half Term in Scotland

Here is our collection of properties with availability over February half term (13 - 20 February), along with some ideas on what to do.  But if you feel bamboozled with choice then we can narrow down the shortlist for you! 

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February Half Term

February Half Term is an odd time of year to take a holiday.  For many it can’t come soon enough after the uphill slog through January. It’s no surprise in that case that we see many families migrating north in search of the hills to blow away cobwebs and regain some equilibrium.  Our collection of grand sporting lodges, country estates, castle apartments and everything else in between are all geared up for winter breaks. Many are situated in spectacular spots, nestled in hills or overlooking lochs.  

We’ve put together a collection with availability for February half term, but if you feel bamboozled by choice then please give us a call or drop us a line and we’ll be genuinely happy to narrow down the selection to suit just you.  


How about visiting the Cambo Snowdrop Festival, St Andrews

From 3rd February to 17th March, a 70 acre woodland carpeted in drifts of snowdrops will be transformed by light and sound into a magical winter wonderland delighting all ages.  Open daily from 10am – 5pm.  Tel: 01333 450 054

Feed Obi-Swan-Kanobi at the Caverlock Wetland Centre, Dumfries

The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) is a conservation charity that saves wetlands, which are essential for life itself.  A great day out for those who wish to connect with nature and enjoy being surrounded by some of the UK’s top wildlife.  Wild swans are fed daily from 11am to 2pm throughout February. Who knows, you may be able to spot Obi-Swan-Kanobi, recently named by BBC Autumnwatch!

Visit the Reindeer at Glenmore

Why not visit these endearing creatures in their natural mountain environment where they will be resting after a busy Christmas season. Daily guided tours depart at 11am from the Glenmore centre to go and seek these gorgeous creatures where you can learn more about their habitat and also have the chance to hand feed them.

Try your hand at skiing the Scottish Alps! 

Glenshee is one of Scotland’s finest ski resorts with over 40km of pisted runs and a vertical descent of 1,500 ft. There is something for all abilities especially family’s with over 50% of the slopes graded at green or blue level. The centre has several ski schools, ski hire and hillside cafes. For those slightly more adventurous there are amazing off-piste and ski touring opportunities from the ski centre.

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