- Inverlochy Castle Hotel and Gleneagles Hotel are Scotland’s best
- The Balmoral Hotel and Cromlix Hotel are the best hotels if you are in Edinburgh
Scotland is gifted in terms of natural beauty, people and culture but also when it comes to the hotels they have to take care of their guests. here we have prepared a list of Scotland’s luxury hotels to give the best royal experience.
1. Inverlochy Castle Hotel
Inverlochy Castle is a Highland hotel and lies in the foothills of the highest mountain near Fort William in the United Kingdom which once hosted Queen Victoria.
“The monarch spent a week here on a trip to Balmoral, sketching and painting since, as she wrote in her diary, she never saw a lovelier or more romantic spot”.
This luxury is well equipped with bedrooms of striped wallpaper, tartan bedspreads and elegant drapery forming the refuge, awaiting your return from beautiful areas like the mountains of Glencoe, the monument at Glenfinnan and the falls at Glen Nevis
2. Gleneagles Hotel
Gleneagles remains one of the most dreamed-of hotels not only in Scotland but all over the world and what speakers for its popularity are that it opened with its own train station it is popular with twenties travellers. grown-up guests love Gleneagles which is called “Scotland’s playground” with its golf course, zip lines, falconry and clay-pigeon shooting facilities.
The hotel also has the country’s only one with two Michelin stars in its several restaurants. The spa is superb, too, and there’s a handy arcade to shop for everything you need to recreate Gleneagles at home, including, most importantly, the shortbread.
3. The Torridon
the loch-side Torridon is the northernmost five-star hotel in Britain, is a fairy-tale castle with some of the best views in the Highlands, with tens of acres of parklands, canoes to take out on the water and Munros to scale.
Enjoy long days and short nights with a hotel far-north setting and explore the bar with 365 whiskies to set about trying when the nights draw in. one of the most scenic drives in the world near the hotel is the hunting lodge which is just off the North Coast 500 route see it in style as the staff can arrange a vintage Morgan for you to borrow.
4. Old Course Hotel
the Old Course Hotel of Scotland underwent a several-million-pound renovation and is the perfect choice to experience Scottish luxury. The hotel features the golf-famous Swilcan Bridge since named after the iconic golf course, and the Fife coastline adds bonus points for a fun experience. The world’s most difficult par four, the course’s 17th hole, is conveniently located alongside the hotel.
The only one outside of the US, the Kohler Waters Spa, would prep you up for the challenge or work your way through the six eateries and bars, which include seafood and steak at the Road Hole Restaurant, and the handily placed Jigger Inn at the 19th hole.
5. The Balmoral Hotel
the Balmoral is one of Scotland and Edinburgh’s finest addresses, with tartan touches in the rooms, along with Old Town views, bringing the signature Rocco Forte flair to the Scottish capital.
Head for fine dining at Michelin-starred Number One to a prime position on Princes Street, the Brasserie Prince, which mixes Parisian style (polished mirrors, leather banquettes and brass). The elegance continues at afternoon tea, which takes place beneath the domed ceiling and leafy surroundings of the Palm Court every afternoon.
6. Glenapp Castle
Glenapp Castle is a rambling estate in Ayrshire, Scotland, which serves as a great treat to the eyes with its gardens, forests and the neighbouring puffin-inhabited seascapes. With turrets, towers and sandstone battlements all intact, the period details of the Scottish Baronial building’s original style are well, preserved.
Within the woodland-edged grounds, the hotel serves a Victorian glasshouse, tennis court and croquet lawn which are well sufficient to keep the guests entertained. guests can also experience an authentic Scottish getaway through trout fishing on a local loch, salmon fishing on the River Stinchar, or trying spots of deer stalking. The chefs will gladly accompany you on boat trips to cook your catch, and staff can also arrange treatments at the coastal spa and helicopter trips to Hebridean distilleries.
7. Isle of Eriska Hotel
the Isle of Eriska Hotel perfects the art of the country-house hotel with its four-poster beds tended fireplaces and roll-top bathtubs. The hotel was built in 1884 in a way so that the main house overlooks Loch Linnhe and the Morvern Mountains, on its namesake private Isle of Eriska in West Argyll.
Guests in the hotel can enjoy their stay with the well-equipped hot tub-enhanced spa suites in the gardens, traditional bedrooms in the main house, one of the hilltop suites, also with their own hot tubs, or two-bedroom cottages on the grounds. Enjoy a relaxed bistro with a view over the water at dining in a Michelin-starred meals Deck.
8. Glencoe House
Glencoe House is a historic Highland house which was once the home of Lord Strathcona situated amid the volcano-formed valleys and mountains of Glencoe. Glencoe House’s bedroom windows offer beautiful views of The Pap of Glencoe from the comfort of suites.
Almost Hogwarts Express is available for Harry Potter fans with a trip on the train that steams along the Glenfinnan Viaduct., stargazing straight from your hot tub, snowboarding and sledging, skiing, and enjoying the view out to Loch Leven with a dram of delicious whisky ate some unforgettable experiences for guests at Glencoe
9. Monachyle Mhor Hotel
In the list of modern Scotland’s luxury hotels, Monachyle Mhor may be one of the top choices. It provides its guests with a breathtaking backdrop on the banks of a loch and at the base of some mountains. The hotel has its own fish and chip van, bakery and tearoom, along with the sleek contemporary suites in the Courtyard and Farmhouse and it also has a Fifties wagon to stay in for the glamping obsessives.
Unsurprisingly for Scotland, there are regular rowdy knees-ups, including at Hogmanay and Burns Night, and, for the more clean-living among us, cross-country-running events.
10. Cromlix Hotel
Cromlix Hotel-the Victorian mansion in Perthshire was he bought and restored by Andy Murray who fell in love with Cromlix. Guests can enjoy the laird lifestyle in glorious countryside, with woodlands, gardens, a chapel and a loch, in a town within reach of both Glasgow and Edinburgh in Scotland
Presided Michel Roux Junior is a Chez Roux restaurant, presided over by Michel Roux Junior, waiting for you to return and freshen up and enjoy meals after days out fishing for trout in the house loch, exploring the Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle, and, of course, completing a round of golf at one of the nearby dramatic estates.