This fancy, turf-roofed stone cottage has a two-person sauna and a jacuzzi, as well as amazing views out over the Atlantic ocean. It's inspired by ancient neolithic design and it's extremely secluded, not to mention magical. If you're newlyweds, the owners will throw in a honeymoon hamper packed with local produce too.
Gardener's Cottage, in West Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh, Scotland. Princes Street Gardens were acquired by the city in 1876 and further landscaped by the City Architect Robert Morham (1839 -1912). Morham also built the Gardener's cottage in 1886.