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Luxury, 4 Star and 5 Star Hotels with Rafting/Canoeing/Kayaking/Rowing/Punting in Highlands & Islands of Scotland

The Highlands and Islands present a back cloth of awesome mountains and majestic coastal scenery. The perfect example of this is Fort William, an excellent site for exploring Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Britain at 4406 feet with its name meaning ‘cloudy mountain’. The Scottish Islands are characterised by long sandy beaches, unpredictable weather, plentiful wildlife and scenery can offer either a peaceful holiday or an action packed adventure. Included below are 4 star, 5 star and luxury Rafting/Canoeing/Kayaking/Rowing/Punting Hotels in the UK, such as Kilcamb Lodge Hotel.
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in Highlands & Islands of Scotland
If cosy, fireside Scottish country house living is your idea of holiday bliss, you may wish to make a booking at Kilcamb Lodge. Make the ferry crossing to Ardnamurchan, an unspoilt Highland idyll on the most western peninsula of Britain, to reach this utterly welcoming house with its cosy lounge with open fire, plump sofas and magnificent views. The hotel stands on the shores of Loch Sunart on the edge of the village of Strontian and makes a great base for exploring the islands of Mull, E...
in Highlands & Islands of Scotland
Forss House Hotel is a beautiful 19th century country house hotel located in the North Highlands nestled amid 20 acres of woodlands and nearby waterfall next to
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in Highlands & Islands of Scotland
In the beautiful small village of Port Appin, near Oban, is The Airds Hotel, a luxury boutique hotel situated on the west coast of Scotland with stunning views across Loch Linnhe to the Morvern mountains and beyond.
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in Highlands & Islands of Scotland
The Scottish baronial style Loch Ness Lodge, with its sweeping lawns and gob-smackingly gorgeous views directly over the water, makes for a rather dreamy holiday stay.
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Glenfinnan House Hotel is located across the bay from the NT monument to Prince Charles Edward Stuart and just a 10 min walk from the famous Glenfinnan viaduct railway bridge. This fine stone mansion dating back to 1755 has traditional log fires, atmospheric paintings and a welcoming bar. Bedrooms are individually furnished some with four-posters, spa baths and fantastic views across the loch or garden, no TVs or phones here to aid complete relaxation. The award-winning chef creates speci...
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in Lowlands
Understated luxury in the heart of Highland Perthshire. Stunning views over Pitlochry and the hills beyond. Comfortable lounges, log fires and great food
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