There is no GHG selected hotel within this 20 mile radius, these hotels are nearby
In a ‘beautiful’ setting, Jan and Adam Moore’s dog-friendly country hotel in an 18th-century sporting lodge looks out over the hills and is surrounded by trees.
It feels a bit like finding platform 9¾ but trust us: buzz an intercom to enter a grand, buff-stone railway office block by Glasgow Central, ride the lift to the penthouse and step into a cool city hotel.
Built in 1896 as a halfway hostel for female prisoners, this fine baronial house, opposite the Necropolis, is now a comfortable B&B.
In a conservation town, behind an 1850s Gothic Revival exterior, this is a welcoming, traditional B&B with imaginative, modern cooking in the Limetree restaurant.
A tree-lined drive leads to this splendid Victorian Scottish baronial pile and luxury hotel in landscaped grounds, where dinner can be a grand occasion or a more informal affair.
Last updated: May 06, 2019