Dalhousie Castle has seen much history. King Edward I (Longshanks) stayed at the castle on his way to meet Sir William Wallace at the Battle of Falkirk. Set in wooded parkland on the banks of the River Esk, just 7 miles from Edinburgh city centre and 5 miles from Rosslyn Chapel. Relax in the fabulous Aqueous Spa before dining in the vaulted dungeon. AA 2 Rosettes.
Built in 1968 on the site of the town’s old railway station, the five-star Old Course Hotel St Andrews overlooks Chariots of Fire… West Sands Beach and the world’s most famous golf course. The hotel also features a luxury spa and award-winning restaurant.
With a history thought to date back to the early 17th century, the 4-star Old Manor Hotel features rooms with balconies with far reaching views over the Firth of Forth and Lundin Links Golf Course. The hotel’s bar and restaurant also enjoy stunning sea views.
Set in large mature gardens, the Bank boasts stunning views over the confluence of the Dreel Burn with the Firth of Forth. Popular with holidaymakers, Anstruther is a picturesque fishing village in the East Neuk of Fife.
With large en suite rooms, a restaurant, bar and coffee shop, the Covenanter Hotel stands in the picturesque village of Falkland. Famous for its royal palace, Falkland nestles at the foot of the Lomond Hills in the Howe of Fife.
Situated on the historic route monks would have travelled along between Culross and Dunfermline Abbeys in the rural village of Crossford, the family run Adamson Hotel offers comfortable en suite rooms and serves delicious, freshly prepared local cuisine.
Set in the heart of Fife just a short distance from Kirkcaldy Beach, this distinctive Georgian country house dates from 1793. Now a 4-star hotel, it offers 15 luxury bedrooms and suites, a bar and restaurant.
Barony Castle is a beautful 16th century mansion house, set on the edge of the Scottish Borders. Featuring an indoor heated swimming pool, multi gym, sauna and spa bath, there are splendid views of the surrounding Moorfoot Hills.
Situated in the heart of Edinburgh on the world famous Princes Street, the Hotel Indigo is renowned for the warm welcome given to all of its guests. Be sure to try out the hotel’s Twenty Princes Street restaurant with its spectacular views of the castle.
Superbly set within its own beautifully landscaped grounds and gardens in the centre of the Kingdom of Fife, it is the perfect location for either a tranquil business stay, holiday break, private function or business meeting.