Download our A to Z of Winter in Scotland guide now for attractions, events, activities and more!
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.
Welcome to Trigony House Hotel, one of the most relaxed and friendly country house hotels, ideally situated for exploring the Solway coast & the southern uplands,relax and unwind in-front of open fires and enjoy the awad winning rustic cuisine
Reviewed by the Daily Telegraph in 2012 as one of the top four B&Bs for foodies on Skye, Coruisk House has two en-suite rooms exquisitely furnished with sheepskin rugs, comfortable beds, fine linen, duck down duvets and Arran Aromatics toiletries
Located at the gateway to Glencoe amidst the stunning scenery of the Scottish Highlands the Bridge of Orchy Hotel offers a relaxing, rural location to escape from it all. The hotel is in an ideal location for exploring and touring the surrounding are
Privately owned country hotel with 19 en suite bedrooms in the village of St Boswells near Melrose. A four star Inn with a few awards up its sleeve. Scottish Inn of the Year 2011, Local Bar Food Gold Medal 2012, Golf & Sporting Breaks 2012
The New Inn is a traditional and welcoming historic inn set in the heart of the village in a beautiful yet hidden part of Aberdeenshire, providing excellent eating, drinking, lodgings and gatherings for visitors and our local community.