Aikenshill House, Aberdeen
This luxuriously converted farmhouse is situated 6 miles north of Aberdeen and within throwing distance of the New Trump International Golf Links. It commands stunning views over rolling sand dunes as well as easy access to some of Scotland’s most beautiful countryside and top visitor attractions. There are four sumptuous and individually-designed en-suite bedrooms, with a beautifully appointed lounge and spacious dining room for guests.
Airds Hotel, Port Appin
This luxury hotel is a converted ferry inn, on the west coast of Scotland near Oban and is set in one of the most stunning locations in the UK. It is one of the AA’s award winning luxury romantic hotels in Scotland and is blessed with fantastic views out towards Loch Linnhe and the mountains beyond. Each of the Aird’s eleven individually styled bedrooms and suites have all recently been redecorated and convey a warm and inviting style of their own. The hotel prides itself on its personal service, luxury and a gourmet dining experience.
The 3 AA rosette awarded restaurant is renowned for its fresh, local seafood and has been recommended in the esteemed Michelin guide of 2014. Located in the pretty hamlet of Port Appin the hotel is easily accessible to Oban and Argyll in general with all its beautiful scenery.
Whether you come for the beautiful views, fantastic Scottish Seafood or romantic setting in luxurious surroundings, you will not be disappointed.
Albany Hotel, St Andrews
The Albany is a small, friendly, informal 3 star hotel. The first in St Andrews to be awarded the prestigious title ‘Townhouse Hotel’ by the Scottish Tourist Board. The quaint old building has a warm personality all of its own. You will love the craftsmanship of the many original features. Built from 1764, the hotel consists of two Georgian terraced houses, both exactly the same layout, built for two brothers by their father, Mr Thomas Low.
Situated on North Street the Albany Hotel is right the heart of the town, within a few minutes’ walk from the Cathedral, University buildings and the Old Course.
The Hotel provides a substantial Scottish or Continental breakfast served in the Garden Restaurant which opens onto a walled garden and patio. It also boasts a cosy lounge with open fire and bar which offers an extensive collection of malt whiskies.
With only 22 rooms (all en-suite), they are able to maintain very high standards in accommodation and service without losing a warm and caring attitude towards their guests.
Apex Hotel - Grassmarket, Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Located on the Grassmarket, Apex Grassmarket Hotel looks directly across to the majestic outline of Edinburgh Castle and down on the rolling roofs of Old Town. It is the perfect base from which to explore Edinburgh’s iconic attractions – the Royal Mile, Edinburgh Castle, and the Scottish National Gallery are just a brief walk away – and an ideal place for rest, relaxation and comfort. Rooms are warm, welcoming, and stocked with superb amenities like complimentary Wi-Fi, luxurious Elemis toiletries and 42-inch LCD TVs.
Ardgowan Hotel, St Andrews
The Ardgowan Hotel is a Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star rated accommodation, centrally located within walking distance of the University of St Andrews and the world famous Old Course.
The Ardgowan was designed by the famous Scottish architect, George Rae, and was built in 1847. Now a family run hotel, The Ardgowan comprises of 36 comfortable en suite bedrooms across the two adjoining Georgian town houses.
Attached to the Hotel is the one AA Rosette Playfair’s Restaurant & Steakhouse which has an excellent reputation for its Scottish inspired menu and top quality, freshly prepared food using local produce.
At No. 9, Dornoch
This luxury, boutique four bedroomed B&B will give the feeling that you are visiting your own country house. Each en-suite room is individually decorated and finished to a high standard with the Donald Room having its own private sitting room. The Snug, with its tasteful decoration and comfortable furnishings will invite you to sit and relax for tea on your arrival or to just gaze out at the famous Dornoch Cathedral. Free WIFI is available throughout the house.
Atlantic Hotel, Portrush, Portrush, Northern Ireland
This hotel has had a name change in the last year but you can still be assured of the same warm, Irish welcome and breath-taking views over the Atlantic Ocean. Situated in the centre of Portrush, the Atlantic is an ideal base for experiencing some of Northern Ireland’s finest golf. Rooms have warm, contemporary touches and amenities like high-speed WiFi and flat-screen televisions and are furnished with your relaxation in mind.
Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh
You will find The Balmoral at Edinburgh’s most prestigious address, No. 1 Princes Street, where the Old Town stops and the New Town begins. The hotel’s majestic clock defines the city’s skyline and since the day they opened in 1902 it has run three minutes fast to ensure you will never miss your train. The Balmoral is a grand railway hotel which offers a combination of classic rooms and exclusive suites. All the rooms have complimentary Wi-Fi, interactive entertainment and many offer stunning views over Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town.
The hotel offers a range of bars and restaurants including, Number One, the hotels Michelin star winning restaurant. Furthermore Palm Court, which serves award winning afternoon teas, is an Edinburgh institution that’s as glittering as its glass dome and Venetian chandelier. The hotel also offers an awarding winning spa which is amongst the best urban day spas in Scotland.
Boath House, Nairn
An immaculately restored Grade-A listed, Georgian mansion situated on Scotland’s north east Moray coast and an excellent base for a golfing trip to the Highlands. It is owned by Don and Wendy Matheson, whose love for this beautiful Regency house saved it from the Historic Scotland’s ‘endangered list’, and it is ably supported by award winning Chef Charlie Lockley.
Each bedroom has its quirks and is unique in size and decor. With the exception of added en-suites, each has retained its original character. The 2 Orangerie rooms, which were the original kitchens, are more contemporary in design and boast impressive vaulted ceilings.
The inviting restaurant offers fine views through the impressive French windows, over the manicured lawns and down to the lake. The menu changes daily to take advantage of local, seasonal produce and many of the dishes served have been sourced from the hotel’s kitchen garden. Three and six course dinner options are available, each with canapés enjoyed beforehand! Dinner here is a must!!
There is also an excellent Spa onsite with a large selection of beauty treatments in stunning tranquil settings.
The combination of beautiful bedrooms, delicious dining and fantastic grounds means you are in for a memorable stay. Ideal for couples who appreciate fine food and drink.
Bridge Inn at Ratho, Edinburgh
This lovely 4-bedroom inn is ideally located close to Edinburgh Airport for your final night. All rooms have been individually designed with a traditional feel but modern touches. Every bedroom has views of the Union Canal and the surrounding countryside, en-suite bathrooms, complimentary Au Lait Scottish Fine Soap products, and Egyptian cotton bed linen. The rooms also have flat screen TV’s, free wi-fi, tea and coffee making facilities and hairdryers. The restaurant always features the ever popular pub favourites, like fresh haddock with hand-cut chips or the tasty pie of the week. You will also find venison, hake, pigeon, salmon and hand-dived scallops alongside their beautiful 35-day hung beef. In season there is also locally-shot game.
Caledonian Waldorf Astoria Hotel, Edinburgh
The Caledonian which has been one of Edinburgh’s most popular hotels for over a hundred years has just undergone a major £24 million redevelopment. Situated at the west end of Princes Street, this former Victorian railway hotel nestles in the shadow of the historic Edinburgh Castle, just two minutes’ walk from the designer stores and fashionable bars of George Street.
Offers 241 elegantly furnished guest rooms and suites, many with spectacular views of historic Edinburgh Castle. The hotel’s exclusive spa ‘the Guerlain’ offers a luxurious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, and a state-of-the-art gym.
It is home to two inspired eateries – The Pompadour by Galvin and Galvin Brasserie de Luxe – from the renowned Michelin-starred chefs Chris and Jeff Galvin. Both offer classic French cuisine in elegant and sophisticated surroundings.
Carnoustie Golf Hotel, Carnoustie, Angus
Opening its doors for business in May 1999, it was built to a very high specification to be ready for the Open in July of that year. It overlooks the great Championship course and is the ideal 4 star refuge for golfers taking on the challenge of Carnoustie, which is one of the country’s top 3 golf courses. Most importantly the hotel possesses a daily allocation of tee times making it more viable to access the course for visiting groups.
The hotel features 85 en-suite bedrooms including 10 suites. The on-site leisure facilities at Club Carnoustie include a sauna, an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, and gym.
Club Carnoustie Golf Hotel also hosts an extensive range of therapeutic treatments. In addition, fine dining is served at the excellent Dalhousie Restaurant, where guests can delight in fresh Scottish produce while admiring the unique, lovely views over the beautiful Championship Course.
Clubhouse Hotel, Nairn
Formerly the Claymore, this cheerful family-owned hotel has received a massive refurbishment in the last few years to create a contemporary and welcoming base from which to explore the Highlands. Bedrooms and public areas are fresh and stylish with bright colours and bold patterns giving them a boutique feel.
The cosy lounge bar is a popular and lively spot where guests and non-residents can sit next to the open fire and enjoy a wee dram or a bite to eat if a meal in the restaurant seems like too much! The restaurant offers an excellent dining selection at an affordable cost and there is also a cracking view over the gardens from the Sun Lounge, where you can enjoy a pre-dinner drink or two!!
The Clubhouse is ideally located in a quiet residential area close to the beach and Nairn Golf Club but it is always a hub of activity and a lively place to stay. It is also just over an hour’s drive north to Dornoch.
Craigellachie Hotel, Speyside
Craigellachie Hotel, Speyside reopened its doors in May 2014 after a major refurbishment which was only fully completed in November with the re-opening of the Quaich Bar, home to one of Scotland’s largest selection of single malt whiskies.
This property offers the rare opportunity to savour the style and elegance of a by-gone era, combined with all the comforts of a first-class hotel.
All the public rooms have been lovingly restored using fine fabrics and high quality period furnishings and all bedrooms have been beautifully refurbished to very high standards, providing a graceful, yet homely ambience for you to relax in.
At the basement level of the hotel you will discover the hotel’s atmospheric restaurant and other bar, the Copper Dog, which offers the best in local produce and where possible supplies are sourced from a 40 mile radius of the hotel. The bar is well stocked with a great range of local whiskies, craft beers and a selection of real Scottish ales from local breweries.
Craigielaw Lodge, Edinburgh
Opened in May 2013, the Lodge at Craigielaw is a fantastic base to enjoy some of East Lothian’s golfing gems! Attached to the clubhouse, the lodge boasts 25 well appointed rooms, 13 of which enjoy views across the course to the River Forth, Gullane Golf Courses and the kingdom of Fife, whilst 12 rooms enjoy the quiet and secluded view across a decorative courtyard.
Culloden House Hotel, Inverness
An award-winning, hugely impressive Grade-A Georgian mansion and arguably the most conscientiously deluxe hotel in the vicinity.
Steeped in history, Culloden House Hotel housed Bonnie Prince Charlie at the time of the Jacobite uprising (1745-46) and provided his battle headquarters before his fateful battle on Culloden Moor. There is much evidence of the house’s history throughout the public areas and the grandiose setting makes you feel like you have travelled back to a bygone era!
The grand accommodation is complemented by the outstanding staff who are renowned for being extremely attentive and welcoming and for going about their duties in a friendly, good humoured fashion.
The house sits in majestic grounds which can be enjoyed by all guests. There is a 4-acre walled garden with fruit trees, wild flower meadows and forest trails. Croquet is set up on the lawn and there’s a new tennis if you fancy being really active!
Culloden House is rated four star with two Rosettes for food & boasts a Silver accolade with Eat Scotland. This property will certainly add an edge to the northern leg of any trip!
D Hotel, Drogheda, Drogheda, Ireland
Located on the banks of the historic River Boyne, this impressive waterfront location includes the Scotch Hall shopping complex and a purpose built pedestrian bridge to the town centre, with its many traditional pubs and restaurants. Rooms are simple, yet contemporary and designed with comfort and relaxation in mind. There is a choice of dining with the trendy Gastropub and De Lacy’s Steak and Seafood Restaurant.
Davenport, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Located in Dublin’s Merrion Square & originally a church dating back to 1863, the Davenport still boasts its magnificent 18 century Italianate facade which adds to the character of this symbolic hotel. Address: 8/10 Merrion St Lower, Dublin 2, Ireland Tel: +353 1 607 3500
Dornoch Castle Hotel, Dornoch
Enjoy a flavour of the Scottish 16th century in this cheery hotel which is brimming with character.
There are 3 different room categories; the modern Garden rooms overlook the pretty walled gardens, whereas Superior and Deluxe rooms are located in the older 15th and 18th century sections of the property and have all been sympathetically refurbished taking into consideration the original layout and atmosphere of the building.
The property is home to a lively, friendly bar which is surrounded by atmospheric stone walls, and where you can settle in front of the 11 ft fireplace for a wee dram or an informal meal. For something more formal, there is also the award-winning Garden Restaurant which is popular with visitors and locals alike.
This 4 star hotel is ideally located on the High Street in Dornoch and is within close proximity to Royal Dornoch Golf Club.
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London – Hyde Park, London, England
Located opposite Hyde Park and Kensington Gardens, just a two-minute walk from Queensway or Bayswater tube stations, this friendly Hyde Park hotel offers proximity to popular London attractions including the West End theatre district and Madame Tussauds. Enjoy fantastic shopping opportunities at nearby Oxford Street or hire a pedalo at the Serpentine boating lake in Hyde Park.
Feel a warm welcome and enjoy a freshly baked chocolate chip cookie upon arrival. Make yourself at home in a comfortable guest room with a fantastic range of amenities including a 40-inch TV, Nespresso coffee machine, laptop safe and iPod docking station. Stay connected with complimentary WiFi, available in all guest rooms as well as public areas. Deluxe rooms have private balconies and outside seating for stunning Kensington Garden views.
Enjoy delicious, locally sourced meals and a vibrant selection of drinks at the on-site Urban Meadow Café & Bar. The café features a heated outdoor terrace, perfect for a relaxed alfresco dining.
East Haugh House Hotel, Pitlochry, Perthshire
Built originally as part of the Atholl Estate some 350 years ago, East Haugh House is a beautiful, turreted stone house situated off the old A9 road with beautiful woodland walks and easy access to Pitlochry. The 4 star hotel has its own fishing beat on the river Tay enabling guests to book a day’s salmon fishing and catch that fish of a life time!!
With 13 individually designed bedrooms, including three deluxe four-poster rooms (one with its own fireplace) and whirlpool bathrooms, along with two self-catering cottages, East Haugh House is hailed as one of Scotland’s “hidden gems” with the “best food in the area.”
The hotel has won a number of awards including Fishing Hotel of the Year for ten of the last eleven years and laterooms.com Best Customer Service Award 2011. Moreover the hotel’s excellent restaurant managed by Neil McGowan has received a number of plaudits for the high quality of its food and service.
Situated in Pitlochry which is delightful Victorian town surrounded by idyllic scenery, the hotel is the ideal location to explore the Perthshire Highlands.
Ellisland House, Ayr
Ellisland House Hotel is a beautiful house dating back to the early 1900s. Surrounded by mature trees and immaculate grounds, it is situated on Ayr’s Racecourse Road and is within minutes of the town centre, the famous Ayr seafront, esplanade and many tourist attractions such as the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and Burns’ Cottage.
The hotel has nine double bedrooms all with luxury bathrooms, including two suites and a spacious family room. The stylish restaurant, with its own comfortable coffee lounge, is elegantly decorated but with a contemporary twist. The lounge and restaurant offer morning coffee with cakes and scones, lunches and dinner.
Fairmont St Andrews Golf Resort and Spa, St Andrews
The 520 acre five star Fairmont St Andrews resort encapsulates luxury, elegance and truly breathtaking surroundings in the ‘Home of Golf’. Located two miles along the coastal road from St Andrews, it offers outstanding coastal views overlooking St Andrews and the North Sea. The resort prides itself with an array of fabulous facilities including two championship Golf Courses, The Kittocks and The Torrance, excellent dining experiences for every palette, ranging from the new Italian eatery La Cucina to The Clubhouse serving the freshest of Steak and Seafood. All of the 209 luxury guestrooms are spacious and well-proportioned with thoughtful Scottish touches. The sumptuous Signature Spa offers a range of treatments including locally-themed massages, facial and relaxation therapies using exclusive Aromatherapy Associates products in 12 chic treatment rooms. The spacious swimming pool, sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi and relaxation room complete the experience, helping you to relax and unwind.
Located along a fantastic stretch of golfing terrain the hotel is within minutes from Kingsbarns and all of St Andrews fantastic courses.
The hotel was awarded European Golf Resort of the Year in 2012 by IAGTO and Golf Resort of the Year in 2011.
Fairways of St Andrews, St Andrews
Just steps from the 18th hole of the Old Course, Fairways has an envious position being ‘the’ Closest Guest accommodation to the Old Course but it also has St Andrews best restaurants and bars on its doorstep. It occupies a victorian building which has been renovated to a modern, boutique style with a contemporary spirit. Rich textures have been mixed with calming colours to create guest rooms which are truly stylish without compromising comfort.
These chic rooms blend seamlessly with attention to detail that ensures guests enjoy the highest standards.
Fairways only has 3 guest rooms so it has a more intimate and relaxed feel which feels more like a private residence rather than a guesthouse or b&b which accommodate larger numbers of guests and can tend to be a little impersonal.
Fionn Lodge, Dornoch
Your hosts Gordon and Hilary Sutherland extend a warm welcome to their lovely boutique B&B which has recently opened next to the prestigious Royal Dornoch Golf Club. The only B&B in Dornoch with an official 5 star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board, Fionn Lodge offers high quality service in contemporary surroundings. Rooms are light and airy and finished to an exceptional standard.
Fraser Suites, Edinburgh, Edinburgh
Located just off the Royal Mile and within a 130 year-old building which used to house the Edinburgh City Council, the Fraser Suites offer fully-serviced, luxurious one-bedroom apartments which are contemporary whilst elegant and grandly finished. The building has a sand stone Victorian facade which has been restored, adding to the sophisticated feel of this property. Each apartment has a fully furnished bedroom with ensuite bathroom, well-equipped kitchenete, comprehensive home entertainment system, complimentary wi-fi access in additional to several other luxuries.
George Hotel, Inveraray, Argyll
The present George Hotel, Inveraray, was originally two private houses completed in 1770. It is now a charming hotel with 17 bedrooms which have over the last 6 years all been sensitively and carefully restored in keeping with the history and architecture of the building. The 6 master bedrooms are all large and elegantly furnished with antiques, oil portraits and paintings. Some have polished wooden floors below and wooden beams above. Most have big luxurious bathrooms several having full-length Victorian roll top baths, double jacuzzis or fireplace.
The George has always had an enviable reputation for ambience, friendliness and its cuisine. With its original solid stone flagstone floors and four roaring log and peat fires, the George is a lively haunt for both local characters and visitors alike serving tasty locally sourced wide choice of real ales, 100 malt whiskies and an extensive wine list.
Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Perthshire
Host of the 2014 Ryder Cup the Gleneagles Hotel offers a luxury ‘French chateau’ experience amid gently rolling hills in the heart of Scotland. Established in 1924, the hotel was soon acclaimed ‘the palace in the glens’ and continues to attract those in search of rest, relaxation and exhilaration.
The resort has three golf courses, namely the Kings, Queens and PGA Centenary Course, host of the 2014 Ryder Cup, as well an academy course and extensive practice facilities. Furthermore the hotel has a range of fantastic facilities including a luxury spa, world class shooting facilities, and an equestrian school to name but a few.
The hotel has a number of dining options with the Strathearn and Andrew Fairlie being perhaps the most well-known. The Strathearn, is a classic restaurant focusing on fine dining using the best local produce to create a menu inspired by the flavours of France and Scotland and has two Rosette’s to its name. Andrew Fairlie offers an exclusive dining experience, boasting two Michelin stars, earned through Andrew’s inspiring culinary skills.
Glenelg Inn, Glenelg, Kyle of Lochalsh
Glenelg Inn is a truly unique venue located in an area of awe-inspiring beauty where you can enjoy uninterrupted views over the Sound of Sleat and on to the mystical Isle of Skye. On your arrival at this cosy, Highland inn, you can look forward to exceptional hospitality, coupled with fine food and lively entertainment.
Bedrooms are traditionally and tastefully furnished and the bar is oozing with character and local charm. It is a great place to meet the natives and frequent spontaneous musical sessions with the fiddle tend to arise.
The journey there is a joy in itself passing through totally unspoilt territory, surrounded by wildlife and spots of interest, in the land where Gavin Maxwell wrote his classic novel, Ring of Bright Water. Skye is only a short ferry ride from the hotel and Glenelg is actually home to the original Skye ferry which still operates today across the Kylerhea narrows.
Glengorm Castle, Isle of Mull
You can expect an exceptionally warm welcome at this castle, which is situated in the Glengorm Estate on the Isle of Mull, an area which stands apart from the surrounding Western Isles-already known for their dramatic scenery, due to its tranquillity and sheer natural beauty.
Built in 1860 the B & B which remains a family home sits at the headland of Glengorm’s vast area of coastline, forestry, lochs and hills. The hotel is the ideal rural retreat with five traditional rooms with open fires. Glengorm also offers self-catering accommodation with one flat within the Castle itself, one in the coffee shop and a further 6 cottages on the estate. The B & B also offer complementary whisky in the library!!!
Golf View Hotel, Nairn
This 4 star hotel has a lovely location on the shores of the Moray Firth, with gardens sweeping down to Nairn beach and views out to the Black Isle. As as its name suggests, it is also only a short stroll from Nairn Golf Club.
It boasts impressive leisure facilities including swimming pool, gym, sauna, tennis courts and Sonas Spa. Much of the hotel has recently been refurbished and you will find a traditional, comfortable interior offering a warm, Highland welcome.
There is a selection of dining options within the hotel. The Fairways Restaurant offers a finer dining experience and has just been awarded AA Rosette status. Alternatively, the Links Brasserie offers a more informal meal where you can enjoy the views of the coastline and beyond.
Inverness is only a short drive away, as is Culloden battlefield and Cawdor Castle.
Greenlawns B&B, Nairn
A warm, traditional Highland welcome awaits you from your hosts Sheelagh and Dave as soon as you enter this imposing, Victorian property in the West end of Nairn, close to the beach, town and golf courses. Rooms are bright and spacious with large bathrooms, the level of service is great and the Scottish breakfasts are also delicious.
Greyfriars Hotel, St Andrews
The Greyfriars Hotel is located in the heart of St Andrews and less than a five minute walk from the Old Course. The hotel offers 20 well equipped, spacious bedrooms all with en suite facilities. All rooms are well equipped with air conditioning/ tea & coffee making facilities/ direct dial telephones/ room safe/ hairdryer/ ironing board & iron. The hotel also contains a popular restaurant and bar, which offers an extensive range of bottled and draught beers as well as a comprehensive collection of Malt Whiskies. It is popular with visitors and locals alike and brimming with local character and charm.
Built in 1901 as an elegant holiday home for a dedicated golfer, Greywalls is an elegant Scottish Country House uniquely situated on the edge of the Muirfield championship course. As well as overlooking the famous 9th and 18th greens, the hotel also has stunning views across East Lothian and the Firth of Forth.
The hotel’s walled gardens contain a hard and grass tennis court, croquet lawn and putting green as well as borders filled with herbaceous plants. The hotels Chez Roux restaurant which is split into four separate rooms, including a Whiskey and Sun room, was awarded Scottish restaurant of the year in 2011. Furthermore the library is like an old fashioned London club and this delightful hotel has the service to match.
Highgrove House, Troon
Built by a sea captain in the 1920’s, the house has been traditionally restored to a lovely nine-guestroom hotel. Each of the charmingly quaint bedrooms is en-suite, individually decorated and provides every facility for guests to relax and enjoy their stay. You can enjoy stunning views from its spectacular hilltop position, spanning miles of coastline across the Firth of Clyde to the sensational beauty of the Isle of Arran.
The hotel is ideally located for golfers, with the Troon Championship Course and Prestwick Golf Club, the home of the first Open Championship, are located only minutes away. Their stylish restaurant which specializes in seafood and steak offers panoramic views over the Ayrshire coast.
A fantastic example of Georgian architecture Hillhouse, originally built in 1780, has been recently refurbished to an extremely high standard. The refurbishment has retained the classic Georgian features and decor whilst also discretely including all the modern day technology and comforts from under-floor heating to sate of the art audio-visual systems that you might not expect from a house of this era.
Hillhouse is always let exclusively to private groups and is perfect for a large party looking for luxurious accommodation in which to stay in elegance and privacy. Hillhouse has stunning reception rooms and 10 large and luxurious double or twin bedrooms. The house can accommodate groups of between 6 and 20 guests in the highest standards of comfort. Hillhouse is one of only 8 houses to have been awarded a prestigious 5 star award by Visit Scotland in its Exclusive Use category. They also offer a range of Health and Beauty treatments in their own treatment room to compliment your stay.
Hotel du Vin, Edinburgh
Formally an asylum, this boutique hotel lies just off the bustling Royal Mile, nestled between the iconic castle and Holyrood Palace. Its 47 timelessly furnished rooms and stunning suites feature monsoon showers, luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets, plasma TV’s, DVD’s and air conditioning.
The hotel features the trademark Hotel du Vin Bistro with a mezzanine bar serving the finest classic European cuisine from the kitchen, alfresco and private dining, cigar shack, whisky snug and intriguing La Roche tasting room where you can be taken on a pilgrimage around the world’s finest vineyards by the Head Sommelier without having to leave the room! The hotel is bustling with character, as is the al fresco dining in the courtyard, courtesy of the trademark French bistro.
Hotel du Vin Glasgow at One Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow
This iconic Glasgow hotel is set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in the fashionable West End and only 30 minutes from Loch Lomond. Hotel du Vin Glasgow at One Devonshire Gardens is a luxury boutique hotel with that little bit more. The most famous of Glasgow’s hotels has an enviable reputation for service and style, with 49 stunning bedrooms and suites, bistro, bar, cigar shack and whisky room. The atmospheric bistro serves classic and modern cuisine made with local ingredients, including meat from the Queen’s own supplier. Furthermore the cosy bar and wine snug offers a choice of over 300 whiskies and 600 wine snugs. Centrally located this hotel is ideal for visiting all of Glasgow’s main attractions.
Hotel du Vin, St Andrews, St Andrews
Two minutes walk from the first tee of the Old Course, this stylish boutique hotel re-opened in Spring 2014, after a massive refurbishment from the prestigious Hotel du Vin Group. Originally an impressive family home, it enjoys panoramic views of the sea and its central location ensures you can reach most parts of the town by walking.
With only 22 bedrooms the hotel can offer a highly personalised service. The heart of the hotel will be the bistro, serving signature French bistro dishes with a home cooked style using seasonal, local produce and a Scottish twist. Attached to the hotel is Ma Bells an informal bar frequented by students, golfers and tourists alike. Furthermore the Hotel has its own bar which offers an extensive and eclectic wine list.
House of Turin, Forfar
A luxurious, five star, exclusive use country mansion in the heart of Scotland, sitting in
twenty acres of sweeping lawns with a majestic view of the rolling Scottish countryside. Built in 1659, the house is steeped in history and relocated stone by stone from the loch side in 1907 to its current site. The house offers 10 beautifully appointed bedrooms with views of the gardens and beyond to the Angus Glens.
Inn at Lathones, Near St Andrews, Fife
Situated 5 miles from St Andrews and a convenient base for a trip to St Andrews and the surrounding area, the Inn at Lathones offers a comfortable and inviting base for your trip to Fife. Located within a 17th Century building which has served as an Inn for over 400 years it is now a four star rated hotel offering twenty one high quality contemporary bedrooms, including two suites and 6 luxury bedrooms. A new block was built recently which has been designed on the style of an old forge, hence the name “The Old Forge”. These rooms are extremely spacious and have many extras to help make your stay more comfortable. The owner Nick White has developed a restaurant of national reputation, which combines an exceptional standard with informal surroundings and has consequently won and retained many awards for its cuisine over the years.
Inverlochy Castle, Fort William
Scotland’s flagship Highland deluxe hotel (A member of the exclusive Relais et Chateux group), uniquely located amongst the glens, lochs and mountains of this truly breathtaking area. There are acres of rhododendrons and rainbow trout in the loch which is overlooked by some impressive hills.
Each of the 17 bedrooms has their own individual design and character all with splendid views of the grounds and surrounding countryside. The rooms are huge and colourful and facilities include 30 inch Phillips mirror televisions, personal safe, cd player, radio, iron/ironing board. DVD player and video player, personal laptop computer with internet access, as well as Play station II available upon request.
There are 3 dining rooms, each decorated with elaborate period furniture which was presented to Inverlochy as a gift from the King of Norway! The 3AA rosette restaurant’s menu offers modern British cuisine and it is a rather fancy affair with gentlemen expected to wear jacket and tie for dinner.
Inverlochy really is the epitome of grandeur and excellence.