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Orkney Islands

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6.1 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Pleas note that our minimum stay is now 2 nights. Dating back to 1626, this former home to the Lairds of Graemeshall now offers luxurious bed and breakfast accommodation in an idyllic setting in the beautiful Orkney Islands.
31 Results Slightly Further Afield
in Highland
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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88.0 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Overlooking the 18th green of Moray Golf Cub's Championship Old Course, Covesea Bay and the Moray Firth to the hills of Sutherland and beyond, this unique 150 year old Lodge was the original Clubhouse for MorayGC when it was founded in 1889 and is an ideal base for business, for pleasure, anytime. RAF Lossie and Gordonstoun School are here, as are many activities including the malt whisky trail, walking, diving, surfing, fishing, sailing, skiing (Aviemore is just an hour away) etc.
88.1 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
FREE BREAKFAST IF YOU BOOK DIRECTLY WITH US! COVID19 Open to Key workers only - Call us on 07866 313830 or email [email protected] Lossiemouth House is a 4-star Bed and Breakfast with en-suite bedrooms, situated in the north-east of Scotland in the coastal town of Lossiemouth. Alison and Hugh are happy to extend a warm welcome to you in this 240-year-old former dower house. Set in mature picturesque walled gardens, within a walking distance from the beach and golf course,
99.5 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Blervie House is a historic Scottish Country House combining the best of a bygone era with best of today’s modern day conveniences. Blervie House sits in extensive private grounds surrounded by woodland in the middle of Malt Whisky Country. Guests staying at Blervie House have many delightful rooms from which to relax and enjoy the superb garden and distant views of the Moray Firth and the Black Isle after they have been touring the many attractions in the area.
101.3 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
A very warm welcome awaits, we hope you'll visit our small hotel and bistro in the near future. The Fife Arms Hotel is an 18th century staging inn standing on the Square in Turriff, ideally situated for golfing, fishing, castle viewing, coastal and hill walks. In easy reach of Aberdeen (30 minutes drive), Elgin (45 minutes) and Inverness (105 minutes) with all their attractions.
102.3 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Tali Ayer, a traditional stone built country house centrally located in Nairn offers comfy and relaxing accommodation. This Victorian house with many period features has large bedrooms and modern ensuites. Bedroom furniture of oak or mahogany with beds from Super King-size to single. Modern ensuites have showers and some also include baths. Large secluded garden offers private parking and tranquility. Short walk from all amenities, beach, golf courses, bus & rail stations and premier restaurant
106.5 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Set in the heart of Speyside, The two Milking Sheds, modern one-bed cottages in Dufftown provides an ideal base to explore our stunning and remote surroundings from the convenience of a central town location. Take in the Malt Whisky or Castle Trail, enjoy historic walks, go mountain biking even skiing. Or why not just enjoy this cosy cottage, relaxing and its modern amenities of free reliable WiFi and Smart TV. Two secure enclosed garden area and BBQ, there really is something for everyone!
113.2 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Inverness Luxury Glamping is a family run, all season glamping experience situated in a peaceful rural area yet close enough to all transport routes, NC 500, Culloden, Nessie and useful amenities. The B9006 rude to Culloden Battlefield passes by our site. Our brilliant pods are suitable for glamping at any time of year. They really are your 'dome away from home'. David, Maggie, and family assure you an immaculate glamping opportunity and a warm Highland welcome.
114.0 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Sealladh Sona, beautiful little cottage on the banks of the Caledonian Canal offering Bed and Breakfast accommodation with 3 double en-suite rooms. Perfect peaceful location only a short walk from the centre of town. Great base to explore Inverness and the Highlands with good access to Loch Ness.
116.2 miles from the centre of Orkney Islands
Conveniently located only 2 miles from Inverness City Centre and set within 1 hectare of stunning peaceful grounds directly on the North Coast 500 route. Drumdevan has been renovated to high standards in 2017. All rooms are XL luxury en-suite with FREE parking, wifi and XL TV's. Highly rated on Trip Advisor, winner of "BOOKING.COM GUEST REVIEW AWARDS" 2016 AND 2017. Drumdevan is a top pick and loved by many guests. BRAND NEW RESTAURANT "The Three Witches" is only 2 mins drive.
in Highlands, Scotland
Offering a choice of luxury accommodation with spa in a coastal setting in the Scottish Highlands.
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in Highland
With views across the Dornoch Firth, Tain's setting is dramatic with the estuary on one side and the mountains of Easter Ross on the other. John Sutherland revised the layout, but there are still 11 of Old Tom Morris's greens in use on the 6,404 yard lay-out. It's a links course with heather and gorse while the Aldie Burn meanders through the course, starting at the 391 yard par four second. The par four 11th (Alps) has blind approach shot over two dunes to a hidden green and then there are s...
in Aberdeenshire
Scotland's Moray Firth teems with life and it's all on show at this fascinating aquarium! Discover hundreds of local sea creatures in exciting displays, including the unique kelp reef exhibit. Watch divers feed the fish and get hands on with seashore animals at the touch pools. Enjoy daily feeding shows, kids' quizzes, a gift shop and all day tickets.
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in Aberdeenshire
Duff House was planned by James Braid in 1910 before Alister Mackenzie redesigned it in 1923. It is a flat, beautifully manicured parkland course with little rough and big two-tiered greens. The emphasis is placed on natural beauty rather than artificial features. There are no steep hills on the undulating fairways and few blind approach shots. There is always an alternative route for those not wishing to take risks over long carries. Two feature holes are the seventh, a 460-yard par four al...
in Moray
Knockomie Inn, a romantic looking 19th century villa, sits in an enviable spot – The world's only Malt Whisky Trail, Hills, rivers and
in Moray
Explore Brodie Castle's stunning Grounds A visit to Brodie Castle's stunning grounds is a must for any garden lovers. In spring, the grounds are carpeted with a unique and famous collection of daffodils, many cultivated at the turn of the 19th century. The National Trust for Scotland is working to identify, propagate and distribute them more widely. Explore the sheltered woodland walks with the abundant rhododendrons and stroll by the pond where you can observe the estate´s varied wild...
in Moray
Explore the Beautiful Brodie Castle Brodie Castle sits majestically amid scenic grounds (in spring, the daffodils are just lovely here) in Forres, Moray. This 16th century Z-plan tower house was the home of the Brodie family, who were prominent in clan battles in the 15th and 16th centuries, until the late 20th century. Inside, its elegant rooms are stuffed to the gills with amazing fine French furniture, English, continental and Chinese porcelain and fabulous artwork including piec...
in Aberdeenshire
Ideal for family gatherings or large groups of friends holidaying together, elegant and grandiose Cortes House in Fraserburgh is a very special way to take a br
in Scotland
Near Inverness Airport-The hotel is privileged with traditional settings amidst the scenic splendour of the highlands and one of the sunniest spots in Scotland.
in Moray
Logie House Garden has been open to the public since 1993; an interesting woodland garden with distinct areas of different conditions allow for a wide variety of planting. Rare and unusual shrubs, trees and perennials abound and many are for sale in the nearby Farm & Garden Shop at Logie Steading.
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in Highland
Assynt House is a beautiful Georgian mansion, lovingly restored to provide modern luxury. This 5 Star exclusive use venue has seven bedrooms, all en-suite.
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in Moray
Cardhu Country House is an exclusive rural retreat on the Speyside Whisky Trail offering luxury bed and breakfast accommodation.
in Highland
'Redefined luxury Holiday cottage homes in the Highlands best kept secret'. Breathe in the fresh air. Soak up the Scottish sun. Relish the peace and quiet.
in Moray
5-Star self-catering in 18th-century mill conversion in a spectacular Speyside/Cairngorms location next to River Spey. Sleeps 6-8. Dogs by arrangement
in Aberdeenshire
Explore the Stunning Grounds at Fyvie Castle Fyvie Castle was once a royal stronghold, one of a chain of fortresses throughout medieval Scotland. The five towers are traditionally associated with the five successive families that lived there. The oldest part dates from the 13th century, and an air of mystery is created by the ghosts and legends associated with it. A rich portrait collection includes works by Batoni, Raeburn, Romney, Gainsborough, Opie and Hoppner. Also a fine collection...
in Aberdeenshire
Visit one of Scotland's most Beautiful Castle Fyvie Castle was once a royal stronghold, one of a chain of fortresses throughout medieval Scotland. The five towers are traditionally associated with the five successive families that lived there. The oldest part dates from the 13th century, and an air of mystery is created by the ghosts and legends associated with it. A rich portrait collection includes works by Batoni, Raeburn, Romney, Gainsborough, Opie and Hoppner. Also a fine coll...
in Scotland
The 19th century Glen Mhor Hotel in Inverness, is on the banks of the River Ness in the shadow of Inverness Castle.
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in Highland
Contrast Brasserie is one of the finest restaurants in Inverness, with a reputation built on quality, value and fresh local produce. The restaurant enjoys a riverside setting, and there is free parking. Booking is recommended, as Contrast is very popular with both locals and visitors.
in Highland
Susannah and Stuart Macpherson are proud to call themselves the owners of this distinguished nineteenth-century house with its unusual octagonal dining room where Queen Victoria attended a Highland gathering in 1881. The hotel is set in eight acres of mature woodlands with splendid views of the Strathconon Mountains from many of the bedrooms. Coul House is an ideal place for walking the banks of the Blackwater River or for biking through the Achilty forest. Rogie Waterfalls, where salmon lea...
Reviews: (7)
in Highland
The New Drumossie Hotel, a short distance from Inverness, is a forty-four bedroom hotel with an award-winning restaurant, that welcomes business conferences and offers guests access to a number of stunning Highland locations. A number of famous golf courses and whiskey distilleries are nearby, when not enjoying the en-suite bedrooms with satellite TV access, with many updated to be suitable for disabled guests. New Drumossie Hotel's restaurant has been awarded two AA rosettes for serv...
in Highland
The trees on the grounds of Ness Walk have given name to their luxurious rooms and suites- Cedar, Laurel, Rowan and Wellingtonia. They have designed their Inver
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