The restaurant at the Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Relax and unwind in comfortable accommodation in Aberdeen City and Shire
The town of Ullapool and Loch Broom
Scotland offers a wide choice of hotels which will suit your budget and itinerary whether you’re looking to book a luxury retreat, a city centre crash pad or a traditional family-run establishment.
Scotland's cities have a huge range of hotels on offer at all standards and prices. For those looking for a romantic retreat, there are also luxurious country estates where you can relax and enjoy elegant accommodation, award-winning restaurants, indulgent spas and the peace and tranquillity of Scotland’s great outdoors.
For groups, there's a Scottish hotel to suit every purpose - maybe you're looking for overnight accommodation for a staff party or for a hen or stag night or maybe you're after a family-friendly hotel close to local attractions. Whatever your requirements, Scotland has a hotel to fit your needs and to offer you a warm Scottish welcome.
The Hawick Mansfield House Hotel offers luxury en-suite accommodation, fine food, weddings, functions, event management, and much more in approximately ten acres of established grounds on the outskirts of Hawick.
The Templehall Hotel is a family run village inn beautifully located in the tranquil countryside of the Scottish Borders.
Good food and drink, comfortable accommodation and the owners' personal hospitality are offered to provide an enjoyable stay.
Picture a country house hotel with a romantic Jacobite past, situated on a hillside above the dramatic Atlantic sea with magnificent views, log fires, cosy lounges and delightful bedrooms. Your welcome dram awaits...
The recently refurbished Queensferry Hotel is set in spectacular surroundings with unrivalled views of the river Forth, Forth bridge & Forth Road bridge. Located 9 miles from Edinburgh with fantastic road and rail links into the city.
The best placed accommodation in the city? A lustily-thrown rock might reach two cinemas, two theatres, Edinburgh’s principal concert hall, and the grave of Thomas de Quincey, author of the classic Confessions of an English Opium Eater.