Historic Accommodation in the Scottish Highlands

This region covers the very north and west of Scotland and includes John O’ Groats, the most northerly point on mainland Britain. This remote, mountainous region with it’s beautiful coastline and islands such as Lewis, Harris and Skye, evokes the Scotland of myth and legend. You will also find Loch Ness, Cawdor Castle and Culloden Battlefield in this region of Scotland. And of course, highland hospitality is renowned throughout the world!

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Barcaldine Castle

Barcaldine Castle, Benderloch, Nr. Oban, Argyll, PA37 1SA.

Built in the sixteenth century, Barcaldine Castle offers a truly unique experience. The luxurious bedrooms feature complimentary WiFi, flat screen TV’s and luxurious fabrics. Being set on the shore of Loch Creren, the B&B also enjoys wonderful views.

  • 16th Century

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Dornoch Castle Hotel

Dornoch Castle Hotel, Dornoch, Sutherland, Highlands, IV25 3SD.

Dating back to the 1400’s, Dornoch Castle is an inspiring venue. With 21 en-suite bedrooms, some with four poster beds, the castle is ideal for romantic breaks. The restaurant features award winning chefs, as well as a significant malt whisky selection!

  • 15th Century

Tulloch Castle Hotel

Tulloch Castle, Dingwall, Highlands, IV15 9ND.

Dating back the 1100’s, Tulloch Castle Hotel is full of period features including beautifully restored fireplaces, a 250 year old Great Hall and wonderful ceilings. The castle has 20 en-suite bedrooms filled with character and charm.

  • 12th Century

Amhuinnsuidhe Castle

Amhuinnsuidhe Castle, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, HS3 3AS.

Built for the Earl of Dunmore, this beautiful baronial castle is set on the shores of Loch Leosavay on the Isle of Harris. The 12 individually decorated rooms, feature free Wi-Fi and a private bathroom. Dishes are prepared using local Scottish produce.

  • 19th Century

Mansfield Castle Hotel

Mansfield Castle Hotel, Tain, Inverness-shire, IV19 1PR.

Dating back to the Victorian era, today Mansfield Castle Hotel offers award winning cuisine and 19 sumptuous bedrooms. Also features beautiful gardens and is perfect for romantic breaks, weddings and short breaks.

  • 19th Century

Glengorm Castle

Glengorm Castle, Tobermory, Isle of Mull, Inner Hebrides, PA75 6QE.

Dating from 1860, Glengorm Castle, aka Castle Sorn, was built in a Scots Baronial style for the highly controversial James Forsyth of Quinish. With stunning views over the Atlantic Ocean, it offers B&B accommodation in 7 comfortable rooms.

  • 19th Century

Ackergill Tower Castle

Ackergill Tower Castle, Wick, Caithness, Highland, KW1 4RG.

Dating from the early 1500s, this imposing five-storey castle was once home to the head of the Clan Keith. Overlooking its very own beach close to Scotland’s most northerley tip, it now offers luxurious accommodation in 28 elegant rooms.

  • 16th Century

Fonab Castle Hotel

Pitlochry, Perthshire, , PH16 5ND.

Newly reopened, Fonab Castle boasts 26 luxurious, individually designed bedrooms, decorated to blend contemporary style with traditional features. The hotel offers a choice of two restaurants and a cellar with a fine selection of wines, whiskies and gins.

  • 19th Century

Ravenscourt House

Ravenscourt House, Grantown on Spey, Morayshire, PH26 3JG.

A charming Victorian guesthouse boasting period features and modern conveniences within easy reach of the stunning Cairngorms National Park.

  • 19th Century

The Old Inn

The Old Inn, Flowerdale Glen, Gairloch, Highlands, IV21 2BD.

You’re spoilt for choice with this award-winning Highlands Inn. Enjoy the sumptuous locally sourced food, popular ales or local activities like golf, whale watching and the Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve.

  • 18th Century

The Royal An Lochan

The Royal An Lochan, Tighnabruaich, Argyll, PA21 2BE.

The Royal an Lochan Hotel enjoys a beachside setting in the picturesque village of Tighnabruaich, and offers a restaurant with local seafood and rooms with sea views. There are real wooden floors, cosy leather sofas and real log fires.

  • 19th Century