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Plate of scampi and salad
Scottish Borders' lamb, the Cobbles Inn
Enjoy freshly caught seafood served in local restaurants
Summer food platter at The Old Inn, Gairloch
The Ship Inn, Elie, Fife
Many pubs, inns and restaurants across Scotland offer excellent hospitality together with bed and breakfast (B&B) accommodation.
Offering a more personal service than hotels, inns and restaurants with rooms are a great way to meet friendly locals who will give you tips on how to get off the beaten track and see the real Scotland.
Whether you’re on a city break or soaking up the best of Scotland’s great outdoors, staying in a welcoming inn means you enjoy the convenience of having a restaurant serving delicious Scottish cuisine, before retiring to your room on the premises.
Browse detailed listings of quality inns and restaurants with rooms in Scotland.
Situated close to Loch Ness, home of the Loch Ness Brewery and one of the finest real ale establishments in the Highlands. 2012 CAMRA Highland Pub of the Year. Dog Friendly, en-suite accommodation and fine food available every day.
Welcome to Clydesdale Hotel
If you prefer a smaller Hotel with a warm welcoming family atmosphere
then Clydesdale Hotel is the place for you.
We pride ourselves on our hospitality, good food , comfort and cleanliness.
WINTER OFFER December 2013 (ex 24-31st) February, March 2014 - £80.00 per person per night for dinner bed and breakfast - all rooms - call direct
Discover the grandeur of Skye's West Coast when you rest awhile at Ullinish Country Lodge
Nestling in the very heart of Glencoe, amongst the spectacular and majestic mountains of the Scottish Highlands, Clachaig Inn has been a source of accommodation and hospitality for travellers for over three hundred years.
The Inn on The Mile located on The Royal Mile in the heart of the city centre, offers an alternative boutique and luxury hotel experience in one of Edinburgh's most prestigious historic landmarks. Built in 1923 as the British Linen Bank.