10 Best Hotels In Scotland

Part of the United Kingdom, Scotland is a great place to go for those looking for a classy destination. Whisky,, culture and nature are three main characteristics moving tourists to discover its land. In this list, you will see the 10 best hotels in Scotland showcasing distinctive places and amazing way to stay while your visit in the country. After reading this list, you just need to book your flight with www.flyusanywhere.com and wait for your time to discover Scotland. Don’t forget to tag your pictures with #flyustoscotland as we would love to see your pictures.

 

Knockendarroch Hotel & Restaurant, Pitlochry

Our number one in the 10 best hotels in Scotland list goes to a favourite among travelers on Trip Advisor website. The hotel is the first place in three categories: best service, most romantic and best small hotel in Scotland, in 2017. And this tells us something: travelers have good taste.10 Best Hotels In Scotland

This hotel in Pitlochry, approximately 110 kilometers from Edinburgh, is here to prove that luxury can be combined with countryside. Its contemporary design still keeps the comfort expected from a country house, offering a small and cozy atmosphere in its 14 rooms, lounge and restaurant.

Entering the lounge, you already fell welcome, as resembles a family house with fireplaces and comfortable sofas, while a full menu of whisky, wine and beers are ready to be served before dinner. Pitlochry landscape don’t stay behind and provides nature views of Highland Perthshire for it guests. Four room types are available: classic, balcony, premier and suites, starting from £145, but the hotel also offers last minute deals and it is recommended to check their website constantly.

Knockendarroch Hotel does not offer family rooms and only children over 10 years old are accepted in the hotel. It will be hard to leave the structure Knockendarroch offers, but just in case they have selected a variety of things to do in the area.

Knockerndarroch Hotel: Higher Oakfield, Pitlochry, Perthshire, PH6 5HT

 

 

The Raeburn, Edinburgh

Built 1832 as a Georgian family house, the Raeburn has now become a boutique hotel. Located 15 minutes from city center, more precisely in Stockbridge neighborhood, this small 10-bedroom place is a luxurious option while visiting Edinburgh. In 2016, the hotel won the “Boutique Hotel of the Year” from Scottish Hotel Awards and travelers have also had a positive experience during their stay.

Every detail counts on the Raeburn, in the room you will find Egyptian cotton beds, marble finished showers, espresso machines while local products are used on the bar. The place has a terrace which along with the building provides a traditional landscape; a restaurant and library are among the places where guests can spend a leisure time.

A brasserie with British dishes is the concept of the restaurant, offering traditional food cooked in 100% Scottish style, on the Josper, a machine with charcoal grill and oven in one place, keeping natural flavours inside the food. It is not a mystery that meats benefit from this style and sirloins, rib eyes and barnsley chop (lamb meat) are served right on the spot. This is definitely one of the best hotels in Scotland, without a doubt.

You can enjoy a night at the Raeburn starting from £115, a fair price for this luxury option in Edinburgh.

The Raeburn: 112 Raeburn Place, Stockbridge, Scotland EH4 1HG

 

 

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel, Strontian

Kilcamb is an option to relax in the combination of cozy hotel and landscape, it sure to provide peaceful moments. Surrounding the building, a 22 acres loch is set with mountains around it where deer, otters and eagles call the area their home. The 11 bedrooms available bring the home feeling to guests, but elevate their stay with a friendly service.

Cuisine, as example, is a serious subject for Kilcamb and as consequence, their seafood chef was recommended by Michelin Guide in 2016/2017. The seafood restaurant specializes in local Scottish produce, while Driftwood Brasserie has a more informal atmosphere, maintaining the food level elevated.

Another sample of the impeccable service is about welcoming everyone from your family, including your pet, providing additional extras such as toys and dog sitting for your beloved animal. If you feel discovering the area, the hotel lists the best activities to do while visiting Kilcamb.

It is a small piece of paradise for those looking for a relaxing time off and, their motto “Nothing similar is quite so special” speaks for itself as the hotel have a reputation for great service and stunning location.

Kilcamb Lodge Hotel: Strontian, Argyll, Highlands of Scotland PH36 4HY

 

 

Glenapp Castle, Ayrshire                              

Twenty individually designed bedrooms are waiting for you in this castle. Their names already gives a hint about their best quality: master suites, junior suites, grand sea view, grand garden view, garden view and master sea view. They are spread throughout three floors, accessible by a lift.

Cuisine is another high aspect of staying in Glenapp Castle as fine dining is their specialty, offering menus for dinner, lunch and afternoon tea with local products. An extra tip here to go deeper into this little place on the southwestern part of Scotland, is to try the “Taste of Glenapp” three-course menu.

If you want to explore the area, there is plenty of things to do to keep you busy. Some traditional sports as golf, shooting and fishing or hiking are among some examples on activities to do. In case you feel staying inside the castle, they also offer things to do in their facilities.

Enjoy your next holiday away from the buzz, relaxing in a countryside with luxury. You are sure to be amazed.

Glenapp Castle: Ballantrae, Ayrshire, Scotland KA26 0NZ

 

 

Blythswood Square, Glasgow

Found in early 1800’s, this imposing hotel is located near the city center of Glasgow, being considered one of the most luxurious in the city. They offer three types of rooms: guest, superior, deluxe and suites, all keeping a modern stylish design.

Before entering the hotel, take a look at the beautiful building which occupies part of the Blythswood Square, which as noted gave the name to the hotel. So, expect the tranquility of the square when staying there.

Due to its location in one of the most famous cities of Scotland, the hotel holds events and is available for hosting weddings and meetings, providing an upscale service for anyone of them. If visiting in December, you will notice the hotel offers themed events where Christmas is celebrated.

A spa and gym are available for guests from Monday-Friday, 7am to 10pm and Saturday-Sunday, 7am-9pm. This should be your option if looking for a high-quality hotel while discovering Glasgow, you will be well treated after a day sightseeing in the largest city in Scotland.

Blythswood Square:  11 Blythswood Square, Glasgow G2 4AD

 

 

Inverlochy Castle Hotel, Fort William

 

Inverlochy Castle Hotel transform a dream of staying in a castle into reality with all expectations achieved. The building showcases the 19th century style while inside each one of the 17 bedrooms have individual design, but both have one thing in common: the luxurious concept. Additionally, the hotel offers the Gate Lodge accommodation which can be considered your little home in the Highlands.

A 3-minute walking from the castle itself, this option provides double and a single bedroom; bathroom; a shower room and a living room, all to yourself. Guaranteeing a more private stay for travelers who are looking for a more intimate way of spending the holiday.

Back to the design, it is recommended to pay close attention to the dining rooms as they were decorated with gifts from the King of Norway.

The coziness presented in the concept continues into the food with father and son as chefs of the “Albert and Michel Roux Jr at Inverlochy Castle” presenting British food with a French twist.

Inverlochy Castle Hotel: Torlundy, Fort William PH33 6SN

 

 

Ballintaggart Farm, Grandtully

We couldn’t describe Ballintaggart Farm better than with a story. Once upon a time, Chris and Rachel lived happily hosting the first Edinburgh’s first supper club. Their success was notorious and, in 2014 Chris decided to go deeper into the cuisine knowledge, getting a diploma in food and wine in London.

It was in 2016 when they decided to go to the countryside and open Ballintaggart Farm, combining food and lodge in the same place. It is a fact that food is a big deal in the farm, offering mostly local products enhancing Scottish flavours in its meals.

Events about food are also available in the house such as cooking classes, private dining and some special feasts. Regarding the rooms, the farm offers an exclusive two bedrooms away from the farm itself.  Both options have a view and complimentary services from the hotel, like wi-fi, TV and hairdryer, just to name a few.

Every detail thought to bring the best idea of a luxurious bed and breakfast for their guests. If you are looking for a quality holiday in a quiet, yet comfortable place this is the right destination to go. Ballintaggart Farm will make the best getaway for a time off from your daily routine, bringing back the calmness of the backcountry.

Ballintaggart Farm: Grandtully, Perthshire PH9 0PX

 

 

The Loch Lomond Guesthouse and Lodges, Arden

The lodge option offers fully equipped accommodation including room, kitchen and bathroom are ideal for those who miss their home when away from your own, ideal for families or groups who desire a personal stay. Guesthouse is a bed and breakfast option without losing the fancy service.

This is an option for those looking for a quick gateway, as the location on Loch Lomond is approximately 20 minutes driving from Glasgow. The Loch Lomond Guesthouse and Lodges offer a private and also exclusive way to enjoy the best of a lake landscape in high standards quality.

After spending a day exploring the Loch Lomond shores or hiking Ben Lomond, you will find your lodge or guesthouse just waiting for you with all benefits as your little paradise with TV, comfortable beds, hairdryer and toiletries.

You will be surprised how simple life can be while staying in there, as you just have to decide which room to sleep in: guesthouse or lodges and chances are high you will be back for the other accommodation on a further trip.

The Loch Lomond Guesthouse and Lodges: Loch Lomond Castle Estates, Arden, Scotland, UK G83 8RB

 

 

One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow

One Devonshire Gardens is the hotel of Hotel Du Vin & Bistro company in Glasgow. The company has 17 locations across UK and keeps the level high for the quality of its places. While a boutique hotel you will be able to find great deals on its page offering, per example, discounts mostly during week days.

This luxurious hotel is dated from 1886 and has kept the traditional Victorian style during the renovations to convert from a tree-lined Victorian terrace into a hotel. All upscale details are also encountered in the 49 bedrooms available in this address on West end of Glasgow.

Its quality continues through dining offering three meals a day and a special lunch during Sunday, all provided in 3AA Rosette quality bistro. If you want to give yourself a treat or host a special event in Glasgow, here is a great option for you.

In case you are planning a getaway during Christmas time, One Devonshire Gardens gets you covered offering seasonal menus on the special dates.

One Devonshire Gardens: 1 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow G12 0UX

 

 

Edinburgh Castle View, Edinburgh

Elected one of the top hotels in Edinburgh by The Telegraph and a 3-star Guest House in Edinburgh by VisitScotland, this hotel has all you are looking for when visiting the city.

Located within walking distance from Princes Street and bus stops, it still offers the upscale and comfort you are looking for during a holiday.

This bed and breakfast offers 19 bedrooms where you will be able to choose between double, single, small family, family and single rooms. For guests travelling with little ones the small family rooms features a double and single bed and, the family rooms offer two double beds and a single one.

Booking direct on their website you are able to check the best prices available for each room and, it is simple as adding your choices to a shopping cart in which you can also add some extras like bottle of wine, chocolates or flowers to celebrate a special occasion.

Castle View Guest: 30 Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 3HT

 

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