Featured hotels in Scotland

  • Description Ashburn Cottage is set in Sallachy and offers a garden. Guests are welcome to enjoy the free WiFi. The holiday home has a TV.
  • Willowbrae

    Shieldaig

    Description Willowbrae is located in Shieldaig and offers a garden. This holiday home features accommodation with free WiFi. The holiday home comes with a TV. Portree is 35 km from the holiday home.
  • £148

    Average price per night

    Kirtle Cottage, Powfoot
    Description Kirtle Cottage is set in Powfoot. The accommodation is 46 km from Keswick. Carlisle is 29 km from the holiday home, while Dumfries is 18 km from the property.
  • £59

    Average price per night

    Tarrel Lodge, Portmahomack

    Tarrel Lodge

    Portmahomack

    Description Situated in Portmahomack in the Highlands region, Tarrel Lodge features a garden. The accommodation is 43 km from Inverness. The holiday home is fitted with a TV.
  • £248

    Average price per night

    Harbour View, Maidens
    Description Set in Maidens in the Ayrshire region, Harbour View features a garden. The accommodation is 18 km from Ayr. The holiday home is equipped with a TV. Stranraer is 50 km from the holiday home.
  • Description Lochinchard Cottages is located in Kinlochbervie. The holiday home has a TV and 3 bedrooms. The nearest airport is Stornoway Airport, 79 km from the holiday home.

Scotland highlights

Scotland’s whisky heritage
No trip to Scotland would be complete without sampling a “wee dram”. There are 5 whisky-producing regions, where you can take distillery tours.
Legendary Loch Ness
Can you spot the famous Nessie? Legend has it this sea monster skulks beneath the waves of this 20-mile-long lake in the stunning Highlands.
Scotlands historic collection of castles
Scotland’s iconic castles are riddled with history and legends, from haunting cliff-top ruins to striking fortresses.
Edinburgh - capital of culture
The atmospheric capital has both a new and old town. Its sights and host of vibrant festivals draw in millions of visitors each year.
Championship golf courses
Played on Scottish soil for over 6 centuries, Scotland’s golf is world renowned. Enthusiasts will love the numerous historic courses and tournaments.
Serenity in the beautiful Highlands
The Highlands range over 10,000 square miles of sparsely populated terrain. Experience some of the country’s prettiest scenery, highest mountains and tastiest whisky.
Bag a Munro
A Munro is a mountain in Scotland of over 3,000 feet. There are 282 to be scaled, can you complete them all?
Ring in the new year
Hogmanay in Edinburgh is one of the world’s largest New Year’s celebrations with fireworks, live music and renditions of Auld Lang Syne.
Orkney's ancient Maeshowe
Maeshowe’s Neolithic tomb dates back over 5000 years. It was given UNESCO status in 1999.
Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park
Loch Lomond’s bonny banks are surrounded by rugged mountains and forest. The stunning national park covers over 720 square miles.

A Rugged Jewel

With round-top mountains and green hills extending in almost every direction, and stone houses dotted around, Scotland is a jewel of nature forged by ice, winds and seas over thousands of years. But Scotland is much more than beautiful landscapes: it’s the finest malt whiskies in Moray County, the Royal Mile in Edinburgh, the kilts and the bagpipes, the exciting and modern Glasgow, and much more!

The country can be divided into 3 areas. The Highlands and Islands have mountainous landscapes and numerous bodies of fresh water, including Loch Lomond and Loch Ness, as well as little cities like Inverness and numerous islands like the Isle of Skye. Don’t miss the deals on Booking.com if you’re looking for hotels in the Scottish Highlands.

The Central Lowlands are the most densely inhabited area, and with Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen located in this part of Scotland, 5-star hotels are common here.

The Southern Uplands are composed of a range of hills and valleys stretching almost 200 kilometres, home to several hotels with a spa - a relaxed option to enjoy this area.

As some of the more unusual Scotland hotels, castles can be a particularly good option to enjoy a Scotland holiday in royal style.

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