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.
Situated on the site of the Battle of Bannockburn next to the Bannockburn Heritage Centre, on the outskirts of the historic city of Stirling, the King Robert is a friendly and excellent value family hotel.
Altachorvie Island Retreat enjoys a secluded, elevated position in Lamlash on the Isle of Arran. We’re less than 10 minutes drive from the ferry terminal at Brodick. Completely private at the top of our own wooded drive we have a spectacular sea view
The Best Western Kings Manor Hotel in Edinburgh is a family owned and managed hotel in Edinburgh's eastern suburbs, around 10-15 minutes from the city centre itself yet only 10 minutes walk from Portobello beach.
Welcome to the Isle of Barra Beach Hotel - Most Westerly Hotel & Pub in Britain. Unwind and enjoy the uniquely wonderful atmosphere of our idylically remote rocky island, 60 miles from mainland Scotland.
The 17th century King's Arms Hotel is believed to be one of the oldest establishments in Lockerbie and can boast Bonnie Prince Charlie, Sir Walter Scott and perhaps Robert Burns amongst its previous guests.