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Lochside Hotel – a privately owned hotel with a bustling restaurant and a lounge that has been recognised as one of the great whisky bars of the world. With 12 newly refurbished ensuite bedrooms available all year, the lochside really is the heart of bowmore.
20 Shore Street, Bowmore, Isle of Islay. PA43 7LB
The Orkney Hotel – Welcome and experience a 17th Century hotel where fresh local cuisine meets traditional Orcadian hospitality in the heart of the ancient royal burgh of Kirkwall, Orkney.
40 Victoria Street, Kirkwall, Orkney. KW15 1DN
Stromness Hotel, Orkney – Situated in the very heart of Stromness – overlooking the picturesque harbour of this historic seaport. The comfortable rooms and fine food and drink will make your trip to Orkney a very special one!
15 Victoria Street, Stromness, Orkney. KW16 3AA
Barony Hotel, Orkney – a family run hotel which stands on the shores of the Boardhouse Loch in Birsay. It is surrounded by 3 excellent bird reserves and is close to 4 other trout fishing lochs.
Orkney. KW17 2LS
The Machrie Hotel, Isle of Islay – Luxury Hotel and Golf on Islay. Set in the dunes of Islay, Queen of the Hebrides, The Machrie Hotel & Golf Links enjoys an enviable location, nestled beside seven miles of pristine beach in the Inner Hebrides.
Port Ellen, Isle of Islay, Argyll. PA42 7AN
Ernespie House Hotel, Castle Douglas – Within walking distance of one of the most attractive towns in south Scotland, the hotel makes an ideal base for touring the attractions of Dumfries and Galloway and we welcome walkers and cyclists throughout the year
Ernespie Road, Castle Douglas. DG7 3JG
Brambles Hotel, Inveraray – providing pristine contemporary hotel and self-catering accommodation in the picturesque and friendly Scottish west coast town of Inveraray, which is situated on the banks of the beautiful Loch Fyne.
5 Main Street West, Inveraray. PA32 8TU
Kings Arms Hotel, Lockerbie – Dating from the 17th-century, it is one of the oldest establishments in Lockerbie. This family-run hotel offers attractive bedrooms, free Wi-Fi, parking and 2 bars
29 High Street, Lockerbie, Dumfries & Galloway. DG11 2JL
Argyll Arms Hotel, Isle of Mull – Accommodation, bar and restaurant facilities on the beautiful Isle of Mull. With so much to see and do on the Isle of Mull book your stay with us and enjoy all there is to offer.
Bunessan, Isle of Mull, Argyll. PA67 6DP
Western Isles Hotel, Isle of Mull Welcome to the Western Isles Hotel, Isle of Mull an iconic Victorian building renowned for its atmosphere and world-class sea views. In an age of standardisation and uniformity, The Western Isles stands out as an individual. A grand old lady looking out imperiously from her headland over Tobermory village, harbour and bay to the Sound of Mull and mainland Scotland beyond, as she has done for nearly 150 years. For those seeking a hotel of real character with spacious rooms, world-class views. elegance, comfort, and the best food that our amazing local larder can provide, The Western Isles offers the warmest of welcomes. Spacious and Serene Bedrooms Built in 1882, the Western Isle Hotel has 28 spacious and comfortable rooms that can accommodate 55 people. The largest bedrooms, have wonderful sea views, and named after single malt whiskies. The smaller, harbour and country view rooms are numbered. All are comfortable and well-appointed with en suite facilities. All bedrooms of the Western Isles Hotel feature: En suite bathroom Tea and coffee making facilities Hair-dryer TV Free Wi-Fi * Please note that plans are in place to add a lift to the Hotel to increase accessibility, but […]
Memorial Road, Tobermory PA75 6PR
Imperial Hotel, Castle Douglas Imperial Hotel, Castle Douglas – Located in the quiet market town of Castle Douglas. This former Victorian coaching inn and listed building is a family run establishment that offers a warm and friendly welcome to guests and non-residents alike. The Solway Coast is one of the most beautiful corners of Scotland and is a haven for many outdoor pursuits such as country sports, fishing, cycling, sailing walking and touring. If nature is your thing you won’t be disappointed, Dumfries and Galloway is renowned for its abundance of wildlife all year round. Below is a selection of things to see or do in the area. Restaurant & Bars At the Imperial Hotel residents and visitors can enjoy delicious meals prepared to order using fresh local produce whenever possible, and then enjoy a refreshment in our attractive lounge bar. Alternatively we have two cosy back-to-back public bars and a games room with pool table, two dart boards and a jukebox to help you relax. Lunches served: 12 Noon – 2.00pm – Dinners: 530pm – 8.30pm Coach parties welcome by prior arrangement Good selection of Beers & Malt Whisky Daily Specials Beer Garden Accommodation Here at the Imperial Hotel we offer a […]
35 King Street, Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway. DG7 1AA
Islay House Hotel Islay House Hotel – One of Scotland’s grandest and most historic country house hotels. Located at the centre of the Queen of the Hebrides, Islay: the Whisky Isle. Set in 28 acres of Policy gardens and protected woodland overlooking Loch Indaal. Islay House possesses one of the most naturally beautiful locations in the United Kingdom. From the stunning views across the ornate lawns out to the sea loch to the scenic Bridgend Woods surrounding the House, Islay House offers everything that could be asked of a trip to Scotland. With nine globally renowned whisky distilleries, Scotland’s best kept golfing secret (The Machrie), some of the best sailing, fishing, shooting and stalking in Britain, as well as a multitude of breath-taking walks all a stone’s throw away, there is plenty to suit every taste on Islay. Whether you are looking for a peaceful retreat or to enjoy our famous whisky, Islay House provides a luxurious sanctuary from which you can explore the Isle. Our own Community Garden provides a wealth of island, home grown produce for our kitchen to provide a menu for residents and non residents alike. Our menus take advantage of the local catch before it […]
Bridgend, Isle of Islay. PA44 7PA
Lynnfield Hotel, Orkney Lynnfield Hotel, Orkney – A small country-house hotel, looking northwards over Orkney’s capital, to Kirkwall Bay and the north isles beyond. Offering beautifully furnished accommodation, with each room being unique and carefully decorated. Renowned for the exceptional food which is presented from the restaurant, perfect for a romantic meal whilst looking over the Orkney countryside. The accommodation at The Lynnfield hotel consists of ten, fully fitted bedrooms and suites, meaning we can give individual attention to all our guests. On the other hand, if you want to be left in peace during your stay, that is in plentiful supply here. All of the hotels bedrooms are spacious and tastefully decorated, furnished with antique beds and complemented by very modern en-suites. You won’t find better accommodation throughout Kirkwall, or indeed the whole of Orkney. The wood-panelled lounge provides the ideal space within the hotel to relax. If the peat fire and comfy sofas aren’t relaxing enough, choose a soothing dram from our extensive range of malt whiskies – over 360 at last count, including many rare expressions of Highland Park, Britain’s most northerly distillery, and our closest neighbour. Restaurant The restaurant offers fine views over Kirkwall, but more importantly […]
Holm Road, St Ola, Kirkwall, Orkney. KW15 1SU
Dumfries Arms Hotel, Cumnock Dumfries Arms Hotel, Cumnock – a contemporary, stylish boutique hotel that has a rich 300 year history behind it. Situated in the ancient burgh of Cumnock the hotel has played host to many colourful characters over the years. These include Scotland’s national bard, Robert Burns who spent many a night at the old hotel bar, entertaining the locals. Sir Walter Scott, the poet and novelist who frequented the hotel in times gone by was quoted to say ‘Old Cumnock, where the beds are as hard as planks, sir’. How times have changed. The old hotel has undergone a complete transformation and now boasts one of Ayrshire’s largest and most stylish wedding venues along with 26 elegant bedrooms. Along with the popular restaurant and a relaxed lounge bar with our private dining room for those special occasions. Whatever your reason, come and say hello. Dining The main restaurant and lounge bar are situated in the traditional part of the hotel and both have been given a stylish makeover to reflect the rest of the premises. The restaurant has space for over 80 customers and offers a mixture of booth seating along with more traditional fixed seating. Enjoy a […]
54 Glaisnock Street, Cumnock, Ayrshire. KA18 1BY
Pierowall Hotel, Orkney – Enjoy the atmosphere of a family friendly hotel right in the heart of Pierowall, between the Heritage Centre and Art Gallery.
Pierowall, Orkney. KW17 2BZ
Britannia Aberdeen Hotel Britannia Aberdeen Hotel – Set in a bustling city, which offers a touch of culture and full of grand architecture. The perfect choice for an affordable hotel in Aberdeen. A modern hotel and has everything you’ll need to make your stay comfortable and enjoyable. The hotel has a fantastic restaurant, which serves a delicious full English breakfast each morning. Dinner is also available in the evenings with a wide variety of dishes to choose from. There is an on-site bar, serving hot and cold beverages in a friendly atmosphere, which is open till late. The hotel offers non-smoking bedrooms, which are tastefully decorated and have an en-suite bathroom, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. There is free parking, free Wi-Fi in public areas and the hotel also has a 24-hour reception. Hotel Information Check in and Check-out Check-in 2pm; check-out 11am; 24 hour reception Car Parking 250 free parking spaces. Disabled parking available. No restrictions Wi-Fi Free in public areas; available in every room, 2 x 20 minute complimentary sessions per day, unlimited access £7 per 24 hours per device Meal times Breakfast: Monday – Friday – 6:30am – 9.00am Saturday & Sunday – 7:30am-10.00am Dinner […]
Malcolm Road, Aberdeen. AB21 9LN
Corrie Hotel, Arran Corrie Hotel, Arran – A family friendly hotel on Isle of Arran and situated in the beautiful village of Corrie. Six miles from the ferry Terminal in Brodick, making it an ideal walking or cycling break away. The hotel’s owners Anne and Danny took over in 2014 and made sure to retain the Hotel’s warm friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Corrie hotel now boasts a tastefully refurbished lounge bar and dining area and a popular public bar. The hotel is also dog friendly. A wonderful beer Garden right on the doorstep on the shoreline with fantastic views across the the Ayrshire coast where you can enjoy a pint and a bar meal. Boasting a variety of rooms with a range of accommodation options including a family room and a bunk room, if you are on a hill walking trip or looking for accommodation for a large group or large family, then of all the hotels on the Isle of Arran, Corrie Hotel is the perfect place for you to stay. Corrie Hotel is ideal accommodation for Geology student groups. Most of the rooms have stunning sea views from which you can sometimes see Seals basking on the rocks and […]
Shore Road, Isle of Arran. KA27 8JB
Kildonan Hotel, Arran Kildonan Hotel, Arran – Unwind and forget your troubles at a small, family run hotel. Perched on the southern-most tip of Arran with panoramic views to die for. The hotel is located right on the seafront, the beach literally stone’s throw away. Overlooking the Firth of Clyde the hotel is right in the middle of a unique eco-system with a plethora of wildlife. You can see seals basking daily on the rock jetties off-shore, otters feeding and playing on the rocks and gannets diving non-stop through the day. If you are fortunate enough, occasionally you can see basking sharks and dolphins visiting in the summer months. Along with an array of birds-of-prey including eagles, peregrines, buzzards and more… Pladda Island sits directly across the sound with its recognisable lighthouse and ever changing silhouette playing host to a large colony of seagulls and gannets. The interior is fully refurbished, still maintaining some the quaint characteristics of old. The tasteful addition of extended bistro and lounge area with floor to ceiling windows allow residents and diners to gaze for miles over a cup of tea, breakfast or an evening meal. Dining The kitchen offers something for everyone; being this […]
Kildonan, Isle of Arran. KA27 8SE
The George Hotel, Inveraray The George Hotel, Inveraray – Owned and managed by the Clark family since 1860. Generation seven now resides in the hotel. The present owner, Donald Clark, has carefully and sensitively restored and enhanced the bedrooms, restaurants and bars to create a unique atmosphere. Restaurants and Bars The George has always had an enviable reputation for ambience, friendliness and its cuisine. With its original solid stone flagstoned floors and four roaring log and peat fires, the George is a lively haunt for both local characters and visitors alike with a wide choice of real ales, 100 malt whiskies and an extensive wine list. It deservedly earns its place in the good pub guide and the good beer guide. The emphasis on the menu is using the very best of local quality, well hung West Highland beef and lamb. Seafood and fish bought from the local fishing port of Tarbert and the famous Loch Fyne salmon. These ingredients are used imaginatively and simply to produce well cooked meals at a fair and reasonable price. Food is served all day from 12 noon to 9pm. Bedrooms The George Hotel has 17 bedrooms and have all been sensitively re-styled in […]
Main St East, Inveraray, Argyll. PA32 8TT.
The Galley of Lorne Inn, Ardfern The Galley of Lorne Inn, Ardfern – Family owned and run, The Galley of Lorne Inn is one of the highest rated Inns on Tripadvisor for the Argyll area. Located just 2 hours drive from Scotland’s central belt, base yourself here for a romantic break, an adventure holiday or just a relaxing escape from life’s everyday hustle and bustle. Family Owned & Run 17th Century Drovers Inn 7 Cosy Bedrooms Panoramic Loch View Restaurant Cosy Lounge Bar Traditional Village Pub Beer Garden & Sundeck Children Welcome Disabled Friendly Pet Friendly Free WiFi Stunning scenery Friendly and welcoming staff Relaxing and Professional Cosy Rooms 7 well appointed and comfortable bedrooms make the perfect retreat to relax and unwind in. Head to bed after a wonderful day’s adventure and a delicious meal and lay your head down for a fantastic night’s sleep Dining The only thing more stunning that the wonderful food & drink we offer is the view from our Lochview Restaurant! Panoramic floor to ceiling windows allow a wall of light with uninterrupted views over Loch Craignish Food & Drink Fresh local seafood delivered within hours of being caught, Argyll beef, venison and lamb. […]
Ardfern, Argyll. PA31 8QN