From chic boutiques and country houses to the best five-star hotels, here are Love From Scotland’s favourite luxury hotels in Scotland. They have all been tried and tested by us, so you are guaranteed a truly fabulous place to stay in Scotland.
Saplinbrae Hotel has all the country house hotel touches you’d expect – roaring fires, four poster beds and candle-lit dining,but this is a also a family run hotel with heart. Perfect for exploring the Moray Firth and North East 250.
Check in to the luxury Fairmont St Andrews – with two golf courses, a spa and six restaurants and Scotland’s best Sunday brunch
Surrounded by redwoods, roe deer and rambling paths which lead to you a rather nice country pub – this is a remote rural hideaway really worth discovering. Welcome to Lochanshelloch Cottage on the Cawdor Estate.
Offering up accommodation for fourteen across three self-catering cottages, Newhill Farm is more than a place to just rest your head, with a swimming pool, hot tub(s) and games room – it’s your own mini resort in the Scottish countryside!
The Hideaway Experience – outside arty-cool Dundee in the rolling fields of a working farm four luxury cabins just for couples. Perfect for romantic breaks in Scotland.
With rolling lush green landscapes and views over the sound to Morar, Knoydart and Glenelg, the Sleat Peninsula is one of Skye’s hidden gems. Often bypassed by those arriving on the Skye ferry the peninsula is also one of Skye’s quieter corners – which makes it perfect as a base to explore. The best accommodation in the ‘garden of Skye’? A glamping yurt, of course! We checked into the Skye Yurts for two nights of peace and quiet… well, apart from the chickens! Like camping? You will love Skye Yurts. isle of skye accommodation – glamping at Skye Yurts Skye Yurts offer up…
From a low impact eco treehouse to a luxurious woodshed, here are seven log cabins in Scotland which make a perfect retreat from the world.
For over 30 years the Three Chimneys has led the way as one of Scotland’s best restaurants. We travelled to Skye to check into The House Over By. Truly a Scotland bucket list destination.
If you dream of retreating to a tiny log cabin in the woods, then I have the perfect spot for you. We checked into the Woodsman’s Hut for a blissful few days at the Lazy Duck in the Cairngorms National Park. With an 8-bed hostel, a beautifully quiet 4-pitch campsite and three romantic eco huts, the Lazy Duck is a little piece of off-grid heaven.
Welcome to the Plough at Cow Brow, Cumbria… The drive north to Scotland can be a lengthy one – especially if you are heading for a road trip around the Scottish Highlands – which means a lot of time spent on the M6 with only service station coffee to cheer you up. However, I’ll let you in a secret, just five minutes off the motorway on the way to the pretty village of Kirkby Lonsdale is The Plough Inn Lupton*, the perfect stop halfway to or from Scotland. If you fancy making a night of it (or more, you…
Looking for glamping in Scotland? Let’s check in to Catchpenny Safari Lodges – 8 luxury glamping tents perched out on the coast between Elie and St Monans in the East Neuk of Fife.