Places to stay in Scotland


Coming on holiday to Scotland or having a short stay away from home. It’s always a task trying to choose a place to stay so these suggestions might be of help. Note that it’s just a guide and no responsibility is held.

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Family holidays by the seaside at Sandcastle Cottage in Crail, Fife. Situated ten miles from St Andrews in the lovely East Neuk of Fife, Crail is perfect for a relaxing family holiday. An excellent base for walking Fife Coastal Path. Holiday cottage sleeps up to 5.


Considered the number one hotel in Moray by TripAdvisor, and the number one in Forres for three years in a row, Cluny Bank Hotel is noted for excellent personal service.

Cowal Peninsula

Situated on the western coast of the beautiful Cowal Peninsula, the village of Kilfinan offers the perfect get away for city dwellers. Standing in one acre of attractive walled gardens, this former manse dates from the early 1800s. It has been recently renovated and furnished to a high standard by the architect owners.


Hundreds of years of history, culture and luxury are combined at Culloden House, with a relaxed atmosphere, wonderful cuisine and excellent service to offer a wonderful holiday experience.


Golf view Stunning AA 4 star seaside hotel overlooking the Moray Firth and close to Inverness.


Enjoy the best of Highland hospitality in an elegant country house. Built in 1910, you will enjoy personal service with comfortable beds and excellent dining with home-grown, home-made and locally sourced food,


At The Rumblie Simon & Fiona welcome you to their Highland Home. Situated in the small village of Laggan, which nestles on the western edge of the Cairngorms National Park. You will enjoy a stay in the heart of the Scottish Highlands


Ards House is a traditional Victorian Villa of a superior design. It has been successfully remodelled and upgraded to the highest standards expected of a 4 gold star-rated establishment.

Rhu near Helensburgh

Overlooking the Firth of Clyde, Rosslea Hall really makes the most of its stunning setting. This beautiful corner of Scotland is a great place to relax and its romantic setting makes Rosslea Hall simply perfect for a fine Scottish wedding.

Near St Andrews Morton of Pitmilly

Self-catering holiday cottages at Kingsbarns, near St Andrews, in Fife. More than just a place to stay there is a heated indoor swimming pool and sauna, a fully equipped gym, games room, putting green, golf practice and football areas plus a two mile long nature / jogging trail.


Family run Three Star Guest House situated in Speyside. Lovely B&B accommodation. All rooms have colour T.V. with DVD and Tea/Coffee making facilities. Included in the price is a Full Scottish Breakfast. You’ll probably not need to buy any lunch.

Tweed Valley– Award winning 4 star country guest house and restaurant in the beautiful Tweed Valley of the Scottish Borders. Enjoy a relaxing break in our beautifully decorated 4-star licensed country house with award winning restaurant . Warm welcome awaits you from Lisa and Steve at Caddon View.

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