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Where to stay in Scotland

From the Highland’s to the Hebridean islands, here are the best places to stay in Scotland

Inver restaurant and bothies, Argyll

On the beautiful banks of Loch Fyne is Inver, one of Scotland’s best restaurants. Book in to Inver’s bothies for an evening of sustainable fine dining.

Eastside Cottages, Edinburgh

Eastside Cottages are five luxurious self-catering Edinburgh holiday cottages, perfectly located for exploring the Pentland Hills and Edinburgh.

The Queen’s Hut, Aboyne

Sitting on its own tree-lined loch, the Queen’s Hut is a luxury log cabin overlooking the Cairngorm Mountains near the pretty town of Aboyne

Whitekirk Hill Lodges, East Lothian

Welcome to Whitekirk Hill Lodges with hot tubs, East Lothian. Perfect for romance and dog friendly. Let’s check in for a luxury cabin stay.

Brucefield Estate, Clackmannanshire

Stay at the 1000 acre Brucefield Estate, home to luxury Scandi-style eco cabins and explore Clackmannanshire, one of Scotland’s hidden gems.

Culbin Edge, Moray Speyside

Welcome to Culbin Edge, a luxurious and stylish dog-friendly cabin in Scotland perfectly located to explore Moray Speyside.

The Boathouses, Loch Tay

Welcome to the Loch Tay Boathouses, romantic accommodation on the banks of a loch deep in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland.

The Batbox, Lochinver

With turquoise seas, white sandy beaches and dramatic, otherworldly mountains Assynt is one of Scotland’s most stunning regions. Let’s check in to an off-grid lux cabin in Scotland to explore Assynt. Welcome to the Batbox.

Portavadie Hotel & Spa, Loch Fyne

On the banks of beautiful Loch Fyne on Scotland’s remote Cowal Peninsula sits Portavadie, a marina resort with a quite unbelievable view.

The Fairmont, St Andrews

Check in to the luxury Fairmont St Andrews – with two golf courses, a spa and six restaurants and Scotland’s best Sunday brunch

The Hideaway Experience, Dundee

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.

The Three Chimneys, Isle of Skye

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.

Woodman’s Hut, Lazy Duck

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.

Balsporran B&B, The Cairngorms

Stay in a luxury B&B with real heart (and Dalwhinnie whisky!) deep in the Drumochter Pass in the Cairngorm National Park.

The Torridon Hotel, Wester Ross

On Scotland’s west coast, underneath imposing mountains, is the Torridon Hotel – a luxury hotel in the most dramatic of locations.