Hotels in Scottish Highlands

The large and varied upland area of the Scottish Highlands covers the northern half of mainland Scotland. It has beautiful scenery swept over by clouds, rain and sunshine; snow-capped mountains in winter.
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Hotels in Scottish Highlands

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Hotels in Scottish Highlands

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Bridgend Hotel

Bridgend Hotel

Bridgend

On the Inner Hebrides island of Islay, this stone-built hotel – a village landmark where two main roads meet – has welcomed visitors for more than 150 years.
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Cnoc-Na-Faíre

Cnoc-Na-Faíre

ARISAIG

There are ‘gorgeous’ views of the islands of Rum and Skye, and the hills of Morar and Keppoch from Jenny and David Sharpe’s small hotel in an original croft house with Art Deco extension. The well-equipped, plaid-furnished bedrooms have bathrobes, scales, DVD-player
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Loch Leven Hotel & Distillery

Loch Leven Hotel & Distillery

Glencoe

At the foot of mighty Glencoe, a loch-side hotel with magnificent views and a gin distillery in the grounds. Family-run, the historic former ferry inn dates back to the time of Bonnie Prince Charlie, and has homely rooms, a library and games room, a choice of dining options and a well-stocked bar. Four luxury pods are planned.
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Creag Mhor Lodge

Creag Mhor Lodge

Glencoe

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Treetops B&B

Treetops B&B

Fort William

Built in the style of an alpine chalet, the spacious bedrooms in this modern building have glorious views of Ben Nevis. B&B guests start the day with a noteworthy Scottish breakfast. A great base for discovering the area, by foot, kayak or bicycle, the knowledgeable hosts are on hand with helpful tips on places to visit and where to eat nearby. There are excellent transport links to Fort William, 3 miles away.
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Glentower Lower Observatory

Glentower Lower Observatory

Fort William

From the summit of Ben Nevis, gale warnings for ship owners and skippers were once transmitted to this distinctive Victorian building. Today, it is a serene B&B, with spacious bedrooms, many with stunning views of Loch Linnhe and the Ardgour Hills. Scottish breakfasts (porridge with a dash of whisky or lashings of cream; scrambled eggs with local smoked salmon) are served in a light-filled room overlooking tranquil gardens and the loch. A packed lunch may be pre-ordered; for early risers, a packed breakfast. The town is a short walk away.
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Hotels, B&Bs, country houses, inns, restaurants with rooms

The Scottish Highlands embraces the islands of Skye, the Hebrides, the Orkneys and the Shetlands. Outdoor pursuits include climbing (Ben Nevis, near Fort William, is Britain’s highest mountain), fishing, shooting.

Our hotels can offer you the stay you're after - from the remote island of Tobermory to a former hunting lodge and including town and remote settings. There is Scottish dancing and ceilidhs in tourist centres; whisky distilleries galore. Seek the Loch Ness monster at Inverness. Walk or ski in the Cairngorms. Remember the massacre of the Macdonalds by the Campbells in the calm beauty of today’s Glencoe and the slaughter at the Battle of Culloden in 1746. Visit Cawdor Castle of Macbeth fame and Brodie Castle, in a large park near Forres.

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Last updated: September 28, 2022