Hotels in Scotland

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.

Part of the Wolsey Lodges, a group of luxurious B&B's. This affordable property is a Georgian home tucked away on a private hill near the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

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.

 Former hunting lodge of Scottish royalty that offers three elegant guest rooms.

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 excellent bet for holiday-time tourists.

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