Historic Hotels in the Scottish Highlands

Welcome to Historic UK’s selection of country house hotels in the highlands of Scotland, including Aberdeenshire, Inverness and the Scottish islands. The Highlands of Scotland are famous for their dramatic landscape of hills and mountains, lochs and coasts. Steeped in history this area has strong connections to the Jacobite Rebellions. And for lovers of legends, this region is also home to Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster!

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Kilcamb Lodge Hotel

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel, Acharacle, nr. Fort William, Highlands, PH36 4HY.

Set in 22 acres of stunning meadows and woodland on the loch Sunart shoreline, with otter and red deer sightings aplenty, Kilcamb Lodge Hotel boast fabulous food and luxurious living space in a beautiful location.

  • 18th Century

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Coul House Hotel

Coul House Hotel, Contin, Inverness, Scotland, IV14 9ES.

Originally built in the early 19th century as a hunting lodge, this hotel is set in a peaceful and secluded location. Coul House features stunning views, log fires and free WiFi, as well as a 9 hole practice golfing area.

  • 19th Century

Tor-Na-Coille Hotel

Tor-Na-Coille Hotel, Banchory, near Aberdeen, Kincardineshire, AB31 4AB.

The Tor-na-Coille Hotel is a privately owned, professionally managed town house hotel, set in 8 acres of magnificent woodland, opposite the picturesque Banchory golf course, just 18 miles drive from Aberdeen Airport and Aberdeen City Centre.

  • 19th Century

Cluny Bank Hotel

Cluny Bank Hotel, Forres, Morayshire, IV36 1DW.

Offering elegant bedrooms and a homely welcome, the Cluny Bank Hotel boasts a 4 star accreditation. The Cluny Bank Restaurant serves quality Scottish cuisine and won ‘Taste of Grampian Restaurant of the Year’ in 2008.

  • 19th Century

Rocpool Reserve Hotel

Rocpool Reserve Hotel, 14 Culduthel Road, Inverness, Inverness-shire, IV2 4AG.

A multi-award winning hotel, with the only 5 star rating in Inverness. Rooms in this stylish, spacious Georgian mansion house include rainshowers and deep baths and the hotel has its own stunning cocktail bar and Scottish-French fusion restaurant.

  • 18th Century

Duisdale House Hotel

Duisdale House Hotel, Sleat, Isle of Skye, IV43 8QW.

Duisdale House Hotel is a former hunting lodge set in the Garden of Skye, and was used by the Clan Chief of The MacDonalds in days of old. Today the hotel features elegant en-suite rooms, a lounge with log fire and even a hydropool in the garden.

  • 19th Century

Auchrannie Resort

Auchrannie Resort, Brodick, Isle of Arran, Scotland, KA27 8BZ.

Nestled in its own extensive landscaped gardens, the Auchrannie Resort is a luxury hotel on the beautiful Isle of Arran. Featuring 3 award-winning restaurants, leisure facilities include 2 indoor swimming pools, a beauty salon and gym.

  • 19th Century

Culloden House Hotel

Culloden House Hotel, Culloden, Inverness, Inverness-Shire, IV2 7BZ.

This elegant Georgian country house is set in extensive gardens and grounds, just a short drive from the centre of Inverness. Voted one of the world’s best hotels, enjoy award winning cuisine in the 2 AA Rosette-rated restaurant.

  • 18th Century

Tigh na Sgiath Country Hotel

Tigh na Sgiath, Dulnain Bridge, Grantown-on-Spey, Morayshire, PH26 3PA.

This romantic, elegant Victorian country house hotel is situated near to Aviemore in the Cairngorm National Park. Perfect for a romantic break in the country, Tigh na Sgiat offers fine dining, log fires and excellent highland hospitality.

  • 19th Century

Knockomie Hotel

Knockomie Hotel, Forres, Morayshire, IV36 2SG.

Built in the early nineteenth century, this beautiful country house overlooks the picturesque Burgh of Forres. Our 15 en-suite individually designed bedrooms offer all the comforts for the modern day traveller.

  • 19th Century

Glen Mhor Hotel

Glen Mhor Hotel, Inverness, Highlands, IV2 4SG.

Perched in the shadow of Inverness Castle and on the banks of the River Ness, Glen Mhor Hotel offers the finest in Scottish hospitality. Within walking distance of Inverness train station.

  • 19th Century