- Central Scotland
- Edinburgh & Fife
- South East and Borders
- Glasgow, Ayr, Argyll, Loch Lomond,
- Highlands and Inverness
- North East Scotland
- Dumfries & Galloway
Scotland - bound by its history to England but with its own very distinctive culture and traditions. Explore a country of breathtaking natural beauty, mountains and coast, rivers and valleys - a tapestry of colour in every season. Castles, royal palaces, historic towns and cities evoke images of this country's turbulent past.
Experience some of the history and tradition of this magnificent country by choosing from our selection of heritage accommodation in Scotland: Scottish castles, country house hotels, ancient inns, cosy cottages and even cruise the Caledonian Canal!
Dornoch Castle Hotel, Sutherland, Highlands
With a history dating back to the 15th century, this fabulous Scottish castle offers 21 en-suite bedrooms some of which boast four poster beds and spa baths. The Royal Durnoch golf course is just a ten minute walk from the property and is known as one of the twenty best courses in the world. A great base for exploring the highlands.
Witchery by the Castle, Edinburgh
Situated in the heart of historic Edinburgh, this five star boutique hotel is set in a 16th century building just a thones throw from the world famous castle. The restaurant at the Witchery has been voted the fourth best in the UK and is often visited by celebrities and locals alike. Click on 'More Details' to view more pictures of the stunning interiors.
An Sean Tigh, Anaheilt, Scotland
Sleeps 4. Perfect for small families or a romantic break for two, this stone croft house is set on a 15 acre estate. Features two light and airy bedrooms, as well as a private garden and a well equipped kitchen. Ideally situated for exploring the west Highlands, Fort William and Ben Nevis. Pet friendly.
The Old Inn, Gairloch, Highlands
This traditional highland's inn is situated alongside the River Ewe and offers guests real ales, home cooked food and fabulous en-suite bedrooms with wifi internet access. There are lots of historic sites to visit nearby including Bronze Age huts, old clan forts and Flowerdale glen.