Whether you’re Scottish born and bred, or just fancy having your hen do in Scotland, we’ve done all the hard work of finding the best hen party houses in Scotland.
This is the best place to find the cosiest, coolest, and most unique large group accommodation in Scotland, perfect for a hen party or other celebration with all your pals!
This article focuses on finding you rural hen do houses in Scotland. If you’re looking for something more urban, check out our dedicated article on Hen Party Accommodation in Edinburgh.
Top Scotland Hen Party Houses
We’ve found our favourite rural hen do houses in Scotland and shared them below for you.
1. Lilliesmuir | 📍 St Andrews | Sleeps 6
If you really want to get back to nature with a hen weekend in Scotland, then Lilliesmuir is the place to do it. It’s an eco lodge on a working farm with stunning views and animals on site.
This place has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a great outside space, including a trampoline!
- Sustainable eco lodge
- Beautiful Fife landscape
- Pub less than 1 mile away
2. The Old Farmhouse | 📍 Loch Lomond | Sleeps 6
For a Scotland hen weekend lodge with the ultimate view of a Scottish loch then The Old Farmhouse near Balloch is a great option.
It has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, an open fire as well as a garden with outdoor seating for you to enjoy. This is a great place from which to explore the local Whiskey distilleries!
- Breathtaking setting
- Positioned overlooking a loch
- Good for kayaking or speedboat tours
3. Svarga | 📍 Scotland | Sleeps 8
It makes a great base to explore the Glencoe Mountain Range, or why not kick back and relax in the Scottish countryside with your hens. The area around this Scottish hen do house has been used as the backdrop for many a film, including Harry Potter and Braveheart!
- Outstanding location
- Good Pub nearby
4. Argyll Barn | 📍 Scotland | Sleeps 12
Argyll Barn is another great setting for a hen weekend house in Scotland. This place has two lochs less than 10 minutes away, making it the perfect Scottish hen do getaway.
It’s got 7 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms including access to a shared swimming pool and tennis court, you certainly won’t be short of things to do!
- Near the coast
- Bicycles provided
- Private sauna
5. Tweedsmuir School House | 📍 Scottish Borders | Sleeps 6
While the name school house might not sound like a great place for a hen do, Tweedsmuir School House could be a great place to have your hen weekend in the Scottish countryside.
It has 3 bedrooms so can comfortably sleep 6 of you, and it also has a cosy basement snug and library where you could enjoy a glass of wine and chat the night away.
- Cosy wood-burner provided
- Cute riverside location
- Note: no wifi
6. Taigh Na Coille | 📍 Scottish Highlands | Sleeps 10
Take a look at Taigh Na Coille for one of the most relaxing hen weekend houses in Scotland. The property has been designed to blend in with the surrounding for the ultimate retreat in nature.
With 4 bedrooms and 4 bathrooms as well as accepting 2 dogs, you can enjoy the view of the mountains and sea as you get cosy by the wood burner.
- Two wood burners
- Your own fire pit
- Outside deck area
7. The Roundhouse | 📍 Perthshire | Sleeps 7
For a unique place to stay for a hen weekend in Scotland then take a look at The Roundhouse located in Perth and Kinross.
This cute stone cottage has 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, and offers lovely views over the local countryside.
- Great socialising space
- Near a lovely village
- Outside deck area
Where can I have a hen do in Scotland?
You won’t be short of great places for a hen do in Scotland. Of course there are the usual suspects – Edinburgh, Glasgow, perhaps even Aberbeen. These are great if you want to be in a Scottish city for a hen do.
But if you’re looking for a rural hen weekend in Scotland, then the possibilities are almost limitless.
Here are some areas you could try for a Scotland hen do:
- Dumfries & Galloway
- The Isle of Skye
- Loch Ness
- Argyll & Bute
How to get to Scotland
Assuming you are travelling to a Scottish hen weekend from the UK mainland, you have 3 main options for getting there:
Which one you opt for will be defined by where you are coming from. If you live in the north of England, then you’ll be well served by both road and rail to get to the main Scottish cities in no time at all.
If you’re coming from Cornwall or the South Coast, you might prefer to fly, seeing as it could take you as much time to drive there as you will spend there once you arrive!
If you’re coming from Northern Ireland or the ROI, then you’re best off with a flight, unless you fancy the overnight ferry.
You’re now no doubt overrun with choices of where to stay for a hen do in Scotland.
Take some time to look through the various Scottish hen party houses and once you’ve got a shortlist, check their availability for your dates and share them with the other hens to see where you want to book!