Recently Asked Questions
Q: Is accommodation expensive in Scotland?
Accommodation can be as expensive or as inexpensive as you would like it to be. We are currently able to offer about 1000 different hotels, guests houses, hostels and self catered options across Scotland, with prices starting from just 10 pounds per night, take a look via the link below:
Q: Where should I make time to visit when in Scotland?
A great way to get around would be by organised tour, meaning that the stress will be taken out of driving and finding your way around. Rabbies offer a number of tours all across the country, some just day tours and others lasting a little longer.
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If you would like to drive yourself about then we recommend 2 companies, easyCar for great priced car hire and Executive Car Rental for something a little more special.
Car Hire with easyCar
Car Hire with Prestige Car Rental
Q: I plan to spend a few days in Edinburgh whilst on my travels, what should I make time to see?
A: Well, the list of things to see in Edinburgh is almost endless, but here are our recommendations; Mary Kings Close, Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Yacht Britannia, The Royal Mile and shopping on Princes Street.
Q: Where would you recommend staying in Edinburgh for families?
For family accommodation we would recommend a self catered apartment in the city centre, St Giles Apartments would be great.
More information about St Giles Apartments.
Q: Where would you recommend staying in Glasgow for families?
For family accommodation we would recommend a self catered apartment in the city centre.
More information about Self Catered Apartments.
Q: Am I able to fly from international destinations to Scotland?
Yes, flights from the UK, Europe, USA and Middle East all serve Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports. Flybe and British Airways are 2 of the main operators to Scotland, links to their route networks can be found below:
Q: What is the best way to get from the airport to my accommodation in Edinburgh?
We can recommend a company called Edinburgh Airport Cars that offer very reasonable rates for transfers.
View the website here
Q: Does the Loch Ness Monster really exist?
Some people believe that Nessie is lurking somewhere in 23 miles long loch, there have been plenty of reported sightings over the past few years but no solid evidence. We would recommend you take a trip to Loch Ness and find out for yourself.
Rabbies offer 1 and 2 day tours from Glasgow and Edinburgh from just 36 pounds per person:
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You could do it yourself and make arrangements in one of the many hotels and guest houses that are close by:
Accomodation near Loch Ness Here