Five star Marr Hall is recognised as one of Scotland’s top five star golf & spa resorts and magnificent views of the Kilpatrick Hills. Only twenty minutes from the centre of Glasgow. There is also an 18-hole championship golf course.
Drimsynie House Hotel, Cairndow, Argyll, PA24 8AD.
The Drimsynie House Hotel sits in an elevated position overlooking its own golf course and Loch Goil, a fjord type sea loch. Set in the Loch Lomond National Park, just an hour from Glasgow, the hotel boasts an excellent leisure centre and swimming pool.
Cromlix House Hotel, Cromlix, Stirling, Perthshire, FK15 9JT.
Located in a stunning 2000 acre estate, this is a characterful, ornately decorated property in the style of a luxurious shooting lodge. Activities on offer include fishing and clay shooting and the delightful onsite chapel is a unique wedding setting.
Set in 360-acres of grounds, Gleddoch House has an 18-hole Championship Golf Course. It also boasts a spa, sauna, steam room and gym. The Crannog Restaurant serves the best Scottish produce and has wonderful views.
Few hotels in the Western Highlands have such long and distinguished history as the Inveraray Inn. Designed in 1750 by the famous builder John Adam, the Inveraray Inn sits on the banks of Loch Fyne, just a short stroll from Inveraray Castle.
A privately owned, luxury four star country house hotel, historic Knipoch nestles beside Loch Feochan just six miles from Oban. There is an emphasis on good food and drink, and all rooms are en-suite with lovely views.
Set high in the Lowther Hills, guests at the Hopetoun Arms are welcome to try a round, or even two, at the highest golf course in Scotland located just behind the hotel. Originally built as a Victorian hunting lodge, the hotel has a restaurant and cosy bar.
Boasting spectacular views over Oban Bay, this Victorian hotel stands on the Esplanade, less than a mile from the town centre. The hotel’s elegant restaurant serves the best local produce, including Argyll Angus Beef and Oban landed seafood.
Sitting on the edge of a loch, this historic Highland hotel is designed for rest and relaxation. Many bedrooms offer a lochside view, and there is a lovely bar & bistro. The roaring log fires make a winter visit especially cosy.
The four star Fairfield House Hotel retains much of its unique character, whilst also offering modern luxuries such as a swimming pool, sauna and steam room. The hotel’s restaurant was voted “Best Informal Dining Restaurant in Scotland” in 2006.