Where to Stay in Scotland
A selection of my favourite hotels, cottages and glamping in Scotland.
On Scotland’s west coast, underneath imposing mountains, is the Torridon Hotel – a luxury hotel in the most dramatic of locations.
Famous for golf and Scotland’s oldest university and surrounded by countryside, discover all the things to do in St Andrews and the East Neuk of Fife.
In an ancient Caledonian forest, beside two of Scotland’s most beautiful glens, are the luxurious log cabins of Eagle Brae.
Stay in a fabulous suite beside your own private lochside beach at the Lodge on Loch Lomond Hotel.
Located on the edge of the Lammermuir Hills in East Lothian, Blinkbonny Wood campsite might be no frills but it is as blissful as you can get.
There can’t be many hotels in Scotland with a better view than the Loch Melfort Hotel on the west coast of Scotland. With fine food, this is a country house by the sea well worth seeking out.
What makes the best campsite in Scotland? In Greenhillock Glamping near Forfar in Angus, I may have a contender for you.
Have you been to Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire? We were recently invited by Mains of Taymouth for the weekend to discover what you can get up to, on and around the loch. Let’s go on a Loch Tay adventure!
Fancy learning to cook? Why not escape to the Scottish countryside for a cookery class at the luxurious Ballintaggart Farm in Highland Perthshire.
Celebrating the best of Scotland at the lovely Glenuig Inn on the Sound of Arisaig on the west coast of Scotland. An exemplar green inn with fantastic food.
In need of some r&r? Me too! I have just the place to do it. Let me introduce you to Loch Tay and your new dream home, deep in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland.
Explore Ardgour with a stay at the gorgeous Cuil Moss Cottage on a Scottish highland estate.
A visit to Ruberslaw Wild Woods, a Scottish Borders campsite.
The lovely Comrie Croft campsite is located in beautiful Perthshire countryside. Explore the area with my 5 favourite things to do in the Breadlebane.