Glasgow + The South
Hotels in Glasgow + The South
The Scottish invented golf, and with Turnberry’s opening in 1906 they pioneered the golf resort as well.
Deep within hill country, the elegant castle raws culinary enthusiasts thanks to its traditional restaurant, where chef Paul Gibson serves locally sourced dishes such as Galloway spring lamb stuffed with fresh spinach and garlic.
Whether you dream of charming Welsh cottages with views of majestic Mount Snowdon, remote lodges overlooking a shimmering Scottish loch, or enchanting castles just outside of London, this fairy godmother of rental companies can easily turn your dream house into a reality.
Small hotel surrounded by four acres of woods and perennial gardens. The restaurant and bar are popular with locals.
Contemporary resort with spacious rooms and a top-notch spa, set above the North Sea; the only hotel on the revered 600-year-old Old Course at St. Andrews.
A 19th-century stone mansion with a new spa. Book the Cashmere Suite for the ultimate in cocooning: bedroom walls lined with claret-colored Holland and Sherry cashmere and a soaking tub carved from limestone.
Shell Shock, a modern izakaya (Japanese tavern), combines the talents of James Beard Award-winning chef Nobuo Fukuda and native restaurateur Peter Kasperski. Expect Asian dishes, like katsu burgers and tempura squash blossoms.