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Accommodations in Scotland

  • Accommodations in Scotland on your black roads trip trip

Whether a rustic rural, old country estate, traditional villa or castle hotel, accommodation is carefully selected to always reflect the character and charm of the destination you are staying in. Some properties are situated in a stunning setting or have an interesting historical and architectural heritage; whilst others may be chosen for their owner-hosted welcome or excellent food. Character is not a substitute for quality and comfort however and at all of our hotels, you're guaranteed an en-suite, a great night's sleep and delicious food. There are a choice of twin, double or single rooms and while room sizes in older buildings may vary, each room will have its own unique style and character. Below is a selection of some of our special accommodations.

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Comlongon Castle - Scotland

comlong castleComlongon is a restored 15th century, medieval Scottish castle. The stronghold was built in the early 1400s by the Murray family, to guard against approaches from across the border, and it's regarded as one of the most impressive strongholds of its age to survive. Its colourful history makes for an atmospheric stay. The Great Hall is adorned in medieval armour and weaponry and many of the bedrooms have four-poster beds. The award-winning, oak-panelled restaurant prides itself on using local produce, with the menu changing daily; you'll be treated to a sumptuous Scottish banquet.

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Hotel Eilean Iarmain - Scotland

Ellean IarmainThis traditional hotel, in an idyllic setting, with spectacular views across the Sound of Sleat to the Knoydart Hills, retains its old-world charm giving each guest a truly genuine highland welcome from the moment you arrive.

Built-in 1888, Hotel Eilean Iarmain is a 19th century small Country House Hotel, situated in a picturesque bay in the south of Skye. People have been coming here for over a hundred years, drawn by the landscape of this Hebridean Island, its geology, botany, ornithology, history, Gaelic language and culture. Privately owned, the Hotel has retained its old-fashioned character in order to retain its Highland charm and old-world atmosphere. The rooms are decorated in cotton and linen chintzes, with traditional furniture. There are log fires in the sitting room, dining room and bar. Candlelit dinners can be enjoyed in the dining room or conservatory, with views of the lighthouse and the bay

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The Waterside Hotel

WatersideThe Waterside is a privately owned hotel, located on the banks of the River Ness, in the heart of Inverness. This 3-star property has 28 well-appointed rooms, with the upgraded superior rooms offering river views. The conservatory restaurant serves traditional cuisine using locally sourced ingredients, which are freshly prepared each day. The open-plan bar and lounge area have a relaxed atmosphere and are the perfect place to enjoy a pre or post-dinner drink.

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Western Isles Hotel

Western IsleThe Western Isles Hotel is a 26 bedroom hotel beautifully situated in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. The hotel was designed and built specifically as a hotel in 1882 and all rooms are accessed via stairs on 3 floors.

The hotel sits on a hill overlooking Tobermory Bay and being late Victorian means that many of the rooms are spacious with high ceilings and have spectacular views from the public room and many of the bedrooms.

Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere, great food and wine, and an amazing location on the Isle of Mull, overlooking Tobermory Bay.

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Deeside Inn

deesideThe Deeside Inn is an authentic Highland inn situated in the picturesque village of Ballater in the heart of Royal Deeside - a few miles away from Balmorals Castle, the Queen's summer home. The inn itself is welcoming and cozy with open log fires, comfy tweed furnishings and well-appointed comfortable bedrooms. In the Ceilidh bar, they offer over 40 Scottish single malts and also host fantastic traditional music sessions.

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