Badcall Bay and Eddrachillies Hotel, near Scourie, Sutherland
Kintail Lodge Hotel on the shore of Loch Duich at Glenshiel
Torridon Hotel, Achnasheen
Viewfield House, Portree, Skye
Find a great choice of Highland hotels and start planning your holiday to Scotland today.
Take a look through the detailed listings to find the perfect hotel in the Highlands to suit your itinerary and budget. If you wish to visit the Highland capital, there are plenty of hotels in Inverness to choose from, or why not explore the great outdoors of the Highlands whilst based in one of the many Fort William hotels available?
Whatever your requirements, the Highlands’ hotels can meet your needs.
Nestled in the curve of Dunnet Bay, within the picturesque fishing village of Castletown, this family-run hotel is perfect for exploring Caithness, offering quality, affordable accommodation with free Wi-Fi and parking.
Welcome to the Ben Nevis Hotel & Leisure Club. Whether you are visiting for business or pleasure, the hotel is ideal for access to Ben Nevis, Lochaber, Glencoe, Skye and the Scottish West Coast, and you can be sure of a warm welcome.
A warm welcome awaits at the Nethybridge Hotel. Situated in the pretty village of Nethy Bridge in the heart of Speyside/Strathspey, it is close to Grantown-on-Spey, Aviemore, Boat of Garten, the Cairngorms, and a short drive from Inverness.
'Ceud Mile Failte' This is the gaelic for one hundred thousand welcomes, which describes the warmth of the welcome that any visitor the the highlands of scotland can expect and no where more so than at The Steadings at The Grouse and Trout.
Welcome to Links House at Royal Dornoch
Links House offers luxury accommodation & fine dining combined with the charm, grace & effortless elegance of the world’s finest small hotels, overlooking the 1st tee at Royal Dornoch Golf Club.
The Newton Hotel and Highland Conference Centre is a beautiful hotel set in 20 acres of mature parkland. Just 7 miles from Inverness Airport and 15 miles from Inverness, the secluded hotel has picturesque views across the Moray Firth.