Scottish Highlands Hotels
Scottish Highland hotel accommodation is very extensive, whether you wish to be in the heart of a Highland village or town, or prefer the countryside. The Scottish Highlands offer a diverse range of natural beauty which encompasses mountains and hills, moorland and fertile fields, and even pristine beaches or rugged, rocky coastline. This diversity carries over into the hotel offerings, which range from small, family-run hotels all the way to large, luxurious country house retreats. Highland hospitality is legendary, and you can expect a warm welcome along with traditional Scottish charm. Many hotels occupy former castles and great houses, but have been updated and modernised to a very high standard. Scottish Highland hotels are perfect for a short break or a longer stay, a romantic getaway or a sporting weekend.
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Most Scottish Highland hotels offer
bed and breakfast packages, and some offer dinner, bed and breakfast.
Recently, hotel dining in the Scottish Highlands has become de rigueur
by both hotel residents and local patrons. Hotel restaurants often
pride themselves in having superior chefs and gourmet cuisine. Chefs
choose local produce and products which support British farming,
fishing, and the food industry. Traditional Scottish specialties can be
found on most menus, including delicious Scottish salmon, venison,
Angus beef, and lamb. All Scottish Highland hotels pride themselves on
offering a full range of single malt whiskies, as well as a varied wine
amenities like swimming pools, conference facilities, family rooms, spas
and gymnasiums, or even golf courses are often a part of a Scottish
Highland hotel’s draw. Some hotels are pet friendly, and some cater
especially for families with small children. All the hotels strive to
ensure your visit is comfortable and enjoyable—a delight for both
business and pleasure stays.
When you book your Scottish Highland hotel stay, it is
helpful to understand how rooms and packages are offered. For example,
room types will include singles, twins (meaning two twin beds), doubles
(meaning one double bed—usually not a queen or king size, like is often
the case in North America), or family (which generally means a
combination of bedding, perhaps even bunk beds or pull-out sofa beds).
En suite means there is a private bathroom in your room. Be sure to
check whether you are being charged per room per night, or per person
per night. As well, most accommodation seeks to be environmentally
friendly, so you may wish to find out whether towels and linens are
changed daily, or at the request of the guest.
Hotels offer special breaks and package deals,
often including dinner and wine or champagne, and sometimes including
entertainment regularly throughout the year in the Scottish Highlands.
Off-peak rates can be considerably lower than summer season, and it can
be a great time to enjoy a lovely hotel for its extensive hospitality
alone. Many hotels also offer several grades of rooms, so there is
usually something for every budget. Scottish Highland hotels strive to provide a
unique experience for their guests. It is not unusual to find that
someone famous has stayed in a particular room, a hotel was once a
castle, or even that a room is thought to be haunted (as at the Tulloch
Castle Hotel in Dingwall). The Scottish Highlands can even boast the
most remote hotel in all of mainland Britain—the Garvault Hotel in the
flow country of northern Sutherland. Whether you are planning a few nights in Oban
before you head to the Western Isles, looking for Highland culture and
nightlife in Inverness, heading up the Great Glen from Fort William,
experiencing the Cairngorms from Aviemore, catching the ferry to Lewis
and Harris from Ullapool, visiting the cathedral in Dornoch, golfing or
fishing in Brora, touring the north coast of Scotland from Wick or
Thurso, meandering along the Moray Firth coastline from Nairn, or
hitting the Speyside Whisky Trail out of Grantown-on-Spey, there is sure
to be a lovely hotel experience awaiting you in the beautiful Scottish
hotels in the Highland area can be found in our Scottish Highlands
Guide. Feel free to browse the listings below…
As is expected in
an area of such natural beauty, the choice of Scottish Highland
hotel accommodation is impressive. Some are based in towns, others
in outlying villages or nestled in the heart of the Highlands
countryside but all hotels in the Highlands offer their
guests a warm welcome.
Whether you’re seeking small,
family-run hotels or luxurious country house retreats, the Scottish
Highlands is certain to have a hotel to suit you.
pet-friendly, with or without swimming pools, hotels cater for the
needs of every visitor and pride themselves on the hospitality for which
this beautiful region is renowned. Scottish Highland Hotels
offer a wide range of food and accommodation and will make sure your Scottish
Highland Stay if it business or pleasure a relaxing enjoyable stay.
long you stay, there’ll be a hotel that’s right for you, your family
and your wallet!
Many hotels can be found in our Scottish
Highlands Guide, whether it be Oban, Fort William, Aviemore, Inverness,
Ullapool, Thurso, Wick, Dornoch, Grantown on Spey or Nairn, you can be
sure that you will find that perfect hotel to enjoy your stay in the
Scottish Highland Hotels can offer
from the basic facilities to the highest standard and can be found to
suit all budgets and can include swimming pools, restaurants, spas,
gymnasium, golf courses something for everyone when on your break in the