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Scottish Region railway station holidays The Scottish Region (ScR) was one of the six regions created on British Railways (BR) and consisted of ex-London, Midland and Scottish Railway (LMS) and ex-London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) lines in Scotland.

It existed from the creation of BR in 1948, ceased to be an operating unit in its own right in the 1980s and was wound-up at the end of 1992.

Scottish Region Property of the Month

Station Cottage is a characterful cosy railwayman’s cottage next to tiny Duirinish Station on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line, set in beautiful unspoilt National Trust land by the sea near Plockton overlooking the Isles of Skye and Raasay and the mountains of Applecross. ‘Duirinish’ means ‘the headland of the deer’ in old Norse, and the moorland and crystal clear sea surrounding the cottage is home to abundant wildlife.
£450 - £680
Near To: Kyle of Lochalsh
Type: Cottage
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: Yes

There are 8 properties in the Scottish Region

Lineside provides unique accommodation for the discerning visitor who wants contemporary modern holiday accommodation with immediate access to local amenities. The living area is on the top floor affording lots of natural light and great views both to the front and rear of the property.
£500 - £1200
Near To: Pitlochry
Type: Cottage
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: Yes
Nestled above the village of Plockton with the Cuillin of Skye as a backdrop ‘Off the Rails’ at Plockton Station offers a truly unique holiday experience providing all the discerning holidaymaker could be looking for. Built in 1887 on the famous Inverness to Kyle line, Plockton is a working but unmanned station.
£450 - £900
Near To: Plockton
Type: Station
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 2
Active Line: Yes
Station Cottage is a characterful cosy railwayman’s cottage next to tiny Duirinish Station on the Kyle of Lochalsh Line, set in beautiful unspoilt National Trust land by the sea near Plockton overlooking the Isles of Skye and Raasay and the mountains of Applecross. ‘Duirinish’ means ‘the headland of the deer’ in old Norse, and the moorland and crystal clear sea surrounding the cottage is home to abundant wildlife.
£450 - £680
Near To: Kyle of Lochalsh
Type: Cottage
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: Yes
Station House was built in 1868 as the Station master’s house at the final stop on the Sutherland Railway. It has been recently renovated but retains many of the original features. This spacious four bedroomed house can accommodate eight people easily in three double rooms and one twin room. Two of the rooms are en-suite with a further family bathroom. The former ticket office has been converted into a large sitting room and dining area. The house has oil central heating with an open fire in the sitting room.
£895 - £1689
Near To: Golspie
Type: Station
Capacity: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Active Line: Yes
Helmsdale is a charming former fishing village on the east coast now reliant on tourism. It lies on the Far North Line, 100 railway miles, 70 road miles, north of Inverness. In 2013 the Category B listed station building was restored after more than 20 years out of use. It is believed to be the only nineteenth century concrete station building in Scotland. The old stationmaster’s accommodation has been refurbished as self catering accommodation.
£392 - £640
Near To: Brora
Type: Station
Capacity: 8
Bedrooms: 4
Active Line: Yes
Stationmasters Lodge is a large lochside house located in the highland village of Stromeferry next to the train station. Close to Skye and set amongst spectacular west coast scenery and overlooking Loch Carron, Stationmaster’s Lodge is ideal self-catering holiday accommodation for large groups, family gatherings and groups of friends. With stunning loch views, plenty of space and great facilities including a cosy wood burning stove it’s a great base for a highland holiday. DOGS WELCOME too!
£2100 - £2800
Near To: Kyle of Lochalsh
Type: Cottage
Capacity: 18
Bedrooms: 8
Active Line: Yes
Taransay is a lineside, former railway worker's, cottage on the iconic West Highland Line. This 3 bedroom, self catering, detached cottage in Bridge of Orchy has uninterrupted railway and mountain views, that can be enjoyed from the lounge, kitchen or the summerhouse. The cottage was built in 1901 by the West Highland Railway Company, extended in 1996 and renovated in 2015.
£600 - £800
Near To: Bridge of Orchy
Type: Cottage
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: Yes
The Station Master’s House is the renovated Sanquhar Station building – with all the facilities you need for a luxury self-catering break in a beautiful area.
£475 - £925
Near To: Sanquhar
Type: Station
Capacity: 6
Bedrooms: 3
Active Line: Yes