Hotels in Scotland

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Shell Shock, a modern izakaya (Japanese tavern), combines the talents of James Beard Award-winning chef Nobuo Fukuda and native restaurateur Peter... Read More

Deep within hill country, the elegant castle raws culinary enthusiasts thanks to its traditional restaurant, where chef Paul Gibson serves locally... Read More

Whether you dream of charming Welsh cottages with views of majestic Mount Snowdon, remote lodges overlooking a shimmering Scottish loch, or enchanting... Read More

An eight-room Regency mansion where Slow Food chef Charles Lockley creates six-course Scottish dinners. Read More

Stay at the slate-roofed, 11-room property with a delicious rustic restaurant. Read More

1903 center-city hotel built on top of a 19th-century red-sandstone railway station, a 10-minute walk from Edinburgh Castle. The opulent hotel is an e... Read More

Set on the banks of Loch Lomond—23 miles of glassy, deep loch between the Scotland Central Lowlands and the Highland peaks—this 18th-century... Read More

Three miles southeast of Edinburgh, the 13th-century castle is ideal for history buffs: 15 of the 36 rooms are named after famous guests, such as... Read More

A 12-room estate on 1,700 acres of landscaped gardens and a nature reserve. Read More

A 30-room inn with views of the Ness River. Read More

The colorful Rosita Missoni brings a wild palette (fuchsia and turquoise walls; patterned bed throws) to the Royal Mile. Read More

Built as a private estate in 1863 and converted into a hotel a century later, this turreted Highland castle at the base of Ben Nevis mountain has... Read More

Small hotel surrounded by four acres of woods and perennial gardens. The restaurant and bar are popular with locals. Read More

Food-focused retreat where cookbook author Lady Claire Macdonald runs on-site culinary demonstrations. ... Read More

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