Hotels in Scotland
Food-focused retreat where cookbook author Lady Claire Macdonald runs on-site culinary demonstrations.
Rates include breakfast and a 5-course dinner.
This small, 20-room hotel was built by the Grieg brothers of Inverkeithing in 1873. The hotel is located 40 miles outside of Glasgow and offers easy access to local attractions such as the Aberdour Castle and the Scottish Fisheries Museum.
Small hotel surrounded by four acres of woods and perennial gardens. The restaurant and bar are popular with locals.
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.
A 30-room inn with views of the Ness River.
A 12-room estate on 1,700 acres of landscaped gardens and a nature reserve.
Rising dramatically over North Bridge, the turreted sandstone façade of the Scotsman Hotel was originally built in 1905 to house the baronial offices of the Scotsman newspaper.
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.