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Arranged in a separated spot close Livingston only west of Edinburgh, and set in 22 sections of land of wonderful forests, Macdonald Houstoun House is the perfect country hotel and retreat. Once visited by Mary Queen of Scots, the noteworthy structure has the great beauty of a sixteenth-century Tower House. Inside, 73 rooms mix extravagance and character, with an exceptional component room in the Tower. From close social occasions to extravagant festivals, the lodging oozes character ...
Walking through 22 acres of quiet woodland, mature trees give way to the soaring whitewashed front of Macdonald Houstoun House, a historic 16th century tower house made to transport you far from city life. Inside it's all fresh and modern – jump into the cool waters of the 18m pool and clear your mind of the day's baggage, or open the doors to the warming cocoons of the relaxing sauna and steam rooms. Dry yourself off and float towards the treatment rooms to experience Decleor's Aroma massage...
Discover Generations of Family History at House of the Binns The House of the Binns is the historic home of the Dalyells family, among them General Tam Dalyell who raised the Royal Scots Greys here in 1681. Four of the main rooms have important moulded ceilings, some of the earliest examples in Scotland. The collection of furniture mostly dates from the 18th and 19th century, also an excellent collection of family portraits and an interesting collection of porcelain. The Bible, sword a...
18th Century Manse house with easy access to Edinburgh and golf courses with own tennis court.
Whether you visit on business or pleasure, you´ll find it easy to relax at Norton House. On fine days, a stroll in the gardens is a great way to unwind.
With the grand city of Edinburgh and 55 acres of countryside as its neighbours, Norton House boasts one of Hand Picked Hotels’ signature spas.
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Good food and wine is the very essence of Norton House and the Chefs ensure they make use of the finest of Scotland's produce, whatever the season.
Step Back in Time and visit Royal Burgh of Culross Culross Palace was built for Sir George Bruce between 1597 and 1611 and has original interiors with painted woodwork. On display are 17th and 18th century furniture, decorative items and a fine collection of Staffordshire and Scottish pottery. The rooms are small and feature Menel pine panelling, murals and ceiling paintings. Many of the rooms have vaulted ceilings, which were built to support the upper floors. A model 17th century ga...
Explore the Fantatsic Malleny Garden Malleny is renowned for its flamboyant plantings of old fashioned roses arranged with an eye for pleasing colour combinations. A National Collection of 19th century Shrub Roses is housed here. This 3 acre walled garden is dominated by four magnificent clipped yew trees dating from the 17th century. The herbaceous borders are especially good even in late season. Enjoy the vegetable and herb garden, the Victorian greenhouse with its bold display of co...
14th Century Airth Castle Hotel & Spa formally owned by Robert The Bruce is set in secluded parkland in the heart of the Stirlingshire.
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Keavil House Hotel is just a short drive from Edinburgh city centre and provides a gateway to the pretty coastal villages and beaches of Fife.
Westerwood, measures 6,307 yards with a par of 71, designed by Seve Ballesteros and Dave Thomas, offers gorgeous views over the Campsie and Kilsyth Hills and is one of the most talked-about new courses in Scotland. Seve's signature hole is the Waterfall par three 15th, played from an elevated tee to a green nestling inside a 60ft rock face with the waterfall behind it. Some drainage problems are being overcome. Tricky moorland greens. A variety of fantastic holes with no two the same requ...
The inviting four-star DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa and Golf Resort is a peaceful break encompassed by wide open yet not a long way from the brilliant city lights of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling.
Set in an area carpeted with acres of beautiful parkland, the spa at Westerwood Hotel & Golf can't fail to put you at ease. Close to the bright lights of Glasgow city centre, this spa encourages you to shut off the outside world and linger – take your time in the relaxation room before and after your treatment and cosy up among snug loungers and twinkling candles, go for a refreshing dip in the pool and Jacuzzi and contemplate life in the steam and sauna rooms. Add this to an irresistible lis...
Enjoy a camping holiday with a difference at Carr’s Hill - why not stay in one of our Luxury Safari Tents? These beautiful tents offer all the fun and adventure of living in the great outdoors and sleeping under canvas without giving up those home comforts. We are located in the heart of Scotland, midway between Falkirk and Stirling, just a short drive from a whole host of amazing attractions. Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth, Loch Lomond and St Andrews are all within easy driving distance
Carmichael at No 11 Ravelston Dykes is a charming Edwardian detached house in the prestigious Murrayfield area and offers the epitome of family run bed and breakfast accommodation. With four beautifully appointed bedrooms fine home cooked food, complimentary wifi and car parking, within easy walking distance of fabulous pubs restaurants and shops, not to mention unparalleled Scottish hospitality we create a true home away from home for all our guests. A studio flat which sleep 4 also available.
Luxurious, relaxed and unlike anywhere you've ever stayed before, the Dunstane Houses form two parts of Edinburgh's newest 5-star luxury boutique hotel
Scottish/Orcadian Dining at the Ba' Bar The Ba' Bar & Lounge specialises in food made with local, seasonal Scottish produce from small suppliers, and hosts relaxed but refined all-day dining, including daily afternoon tea. It offers a wide range of fine wines, craft beers, artisanal spirits and one of the most extensive rare-whisky selections in the city, with more than 70 varieties in its vintage wall cabinet. Special Events Throughout the year The Dunstane Houses has some fantastic...
The Lane Hotel was built in 1871 and was once a grand Victorian house, in 2017 it was transformed into a luxurious boutique hotel with eleven spacious bedrooms. The property is only 2 miles outside the city centre. The house has been passed down through the Kerr family for generations and is located next door to the families famous bar and restaurant, the Canny Man's. The Canny Man's has a quirky feel and is perfect for lunch, dinner or drinks.
Discover the History of The Georgian House The Georgian House is part of Robert Adam´s masterpiece of urban design, in Charlotte Square. It dates from 1796, when those who could afford it began to escape the cramped, squalid conditions of Edinburgh´s Old Town to settle in the fashionable New Town. The first owner was John Lamont, 18th Chief of Clan Lamont, who lived here until 1815. The beautiful collections of china, shining silver, exquisite paintings and furniture all reflect the d...
Offering boutique accommodation in the centre of Edinburgh with Bohemian chic with contemporary comfort. You’ll find warm service and a cool, quirky style.
Opened by one of Edinburgh's top chefs Martin Wishart and named after Sir Walter Scott's discovery of the Scottish crown jewels (AKA the Honours of Scotland), this is the more casual sister brasserie to Wishart's eponymous flagship fine dining restaurant in nearby Leith. Even so, the smart interior of oversized mirrors, black and white tiling, shades of brown and beige wood veneers and dark brown leather chairs is well worth dressing up for, as is the luxurious French food. Meat lovers might...
Visit Scotland's Premier Garden The Royal Botanic Garden, known locally as the `Botanics´, was established way back in 1670 and is Scotland´s premier garden. Tender plants are an important part of the Living Collections and the Glasshouses featuring Britain´s tallest Palm House, is a haven for botanical wonders in ten climate zones. Discover some of the world´s oldest plants in the Orchid & Cycad House.The world´s largest collection of vireya rhododendrons are on display in the Peat a...
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Explore one of Britain's Finest Galleries The National Gallery of Scotland was opened in 1859, and houses Scotland´s greatest collection of European paintings, drawings and prints dating from the early Renaissance to the late 19th century. The collection of over 20000 items includes works by Raphael, Titian, Velazquez, Poussin, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Rubens, Turner and the Impressionists. Also on display is the national collection of Scottish art with works by Ramsay, Raeburn, Wilkie and...
The Witchery hotel is an historic 16th century building located at the gates of Edinburgh Castle. The eight theatrical and decadent suites are perfect for those looking to stay in the most indulgent and magical of settings – the perfect antidote to bland hotels. Lavishly decorated and antique-filled, these suites scream romance with a capital R! The Witchery has developed a world-wide reputation for sensation food in the most indulgent setting. Using the very best of Scotland's produce such a...
Hotel du Vin is well known for its sympathetic creating of hotels in old, characterful buildings and the HdV in Edinburgh is no exception. A former asylum in the middle of Edinburgh's old town, this hotel is all atmospheric exposed brick walls, candlelight and Victorian steel girders and the effect is unique and appealing. Rooms (the quietest ones overlook the courtyard) are slick, chic and bang up to date but still cosy (with discreet touches of tartan to remind you where you are), w...
Explore the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in one of Edinburgh most remarkable buildings Built in the 1880s, the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh is a visual history of Scotland from the 16th century to the present day. This story is told through portraits of the people who shaped it and were connected with it, from royals and rebels and heroes and villains to poets and philosophers, including Mary Queen of Scots, Sir Walter Scott and Robert Burns. Look out for w...
City Retreat Mews is located in a quiet street in New Town, an area popular in Edinburgh for cocktail bars and luxury brand shopping.
Our stunning property offers you comfortable, quiet and spacious accommodation in the heart of Edinburgh City.
Situated in a quiet park of Edinburgh, with large spacious well appointed rooms and direct access into the city within 5-10 minutes.
Wedgwood serves inventive, modern Scottish dishes – inspired by fresh local ingredients. Chef Paul Wedgwood is a big believer in the quality of raw ingredients
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The Sheridan Guest House is a contemporary styled elegant Georgian residence situated between Edinburgh city centre and the vibrant port of Leith.
City Retreat is a three bedroom Georgian house located on a quiet residential street ten minutes from Edinburgh city centre.
Visit one of Scotlands Finest Galleries The Queen´s Gallery, hosts a programme of changing exhibitions from the Royal Collection. Exhibitions in 2006 include: Unfolding Pictures: Fans in the Royal Collection (9 Dec to 29 May 2006). This first exhibition of fans brings together over 80 examples from the early 17th century to the 1930s. Among the highlights are a leather fan said to have belonged to Charles I. Canaletto in Venice (16 June to 7 January 2007). Fourteen luminous paintings f...
Gordon Ramsay no less is a fan of this fine dining restaurant in Edinburgh's trendy docklands area. The recently refurbished dining room is a quiet riot in shades of brown and cream making it one of Scotland's chicest addresses. The eponymous Mr Wishart's cooking is as accomplished and ambitious as you might expect from someone who has trained with some of Europe's best chefs. Precise modern French dishes lean towards classic combinations such as braised shin and short rib of beef with veal s...
Malmaison Edinburgh puts on a show of first-class baronial hospitality in the heart of Scotland's capital. Once a house of ill-repute, this elegant building is home to 100 plush bedrooms and suites that are thankfully a little more luxurious than in its murky heyday. Roll-top baths, super soft beds, en-suites loaded with beautifying lotions and potions, and cool TVs and CD players. Book at table at The Brasserie and tuck into locally inspired dishes washed down with a glass or two fro...
5* Luxury hotel situated in the heart of Stirling offering chic bedrooms, bar, restaurant and modern facilites.
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Dip in the pool, soak in a bubbling spa bath, drift off in the blissful heat of the sauna… The Aqueous spa is a haven in which to escape the stresses and strain
Scottish Baronial castle, located near Peebles, 30 minutes south of Edinburgh, provides relaxing accommodation in 12 beautiful bedrooms.
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STEP INSIDE THE ANCIENT WALLS OF DALHOUSIE CASTLE AND YOU'LL FIND YOURSELF IN A LUXURIOUS HOTEL WITH A FASCINATING PAST. Standing within its own 11-acre parklan
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Discover the secrets of this Beautiful Scottish Mansion Newhailes is a fine late 17th century house with impressive 18th century additions. The house was built in 1686 and bought by Sir David Dalrymple, of the legal and political dynasty. He was responsible for the addition of one of the most important rococo interiors in Scotland. The house contains a fine collection of paintings, portraits and furnishings. The library was built in the early 18th century, and described by Dr Samuel Jo...
Arranged south of Glasgow city in 37 sections of land of untainted wide open, Macdonald Crutherland House was initially worked in 1705 as an estate for Lady Dowager of Torrance Castle, and now offers an energising blend of polished contemporary settlement inside a notable setting. Macdonald Crutherland House includes more than 70 extravagance rooms, a recently assembled and independent Conference Center, in addition to an incredible scope of leisure facilities. Savour a fabulous weeke...
You are quite at your leisure to do as little or as much as you like at Crutherland House, an early 18th century hotel spa brimming with history, not far from the bright lights of Glasgow. Whether you want to go at full pelt and sweat it out in the fitness area, steam room and sauna before slipping under the soft fluffy towels on your treatment couch to experience a dose of hands-on healing, or simply lie back on a comfy lounger and sleep soundly in the relaxation room – the choice is yours. ...
At The Spa at Stobo Castle, the best way to approach physical well-being is through a personal programme tailored to your individual needs. You may wish to detoxify, embark on a new fitness regime or simply relax and be rejuvenated. Working with you to construct a schedule of treatments and exercise, which meets your goals, enabling you to get the maximum benefit from your visit. Whether you are a day visitor or resident, the array of treatment options available will pose the only real quanda...
Explore the Beauty of Nature at Inveresk Lodge Inveresk Lodge, a hillside garden with stone walls and many unusual plants alongside carefully cultivated herbaceous borders, shrubs and old roses. The Edwardian conservatory and aviary are beautifully restored. This is truly a treat for the senses with exotic tree ferns and scented plants, and a soundtrack provided by the lively parakeets and canaries. Below the garden, a woodland walk winds through the ancient trees to the meadow pond, a...
Explore the beauty of Dawyck Botanic Garden Dawyck Botanic Garden benefits from the cooler continental environment in the heart of the Scottish Borders, and from over 300 years of tree planting, truly one of the world´s finest arboreta. Gaze at exotic conifers dating back to 1680, the unique Dawyck beech, and some of the tallest trees in Britain. Find fungi, mosses and lichens in the world´s first-ever Cryptogamic Reserve for non-flowering plants. They also have an Award-winning Visi...
Blythswood Square Apartments are situated in the heart of Glasgow City Centre. The luxury duplex properties sit within a stunning Georgian townhouse, overlookin
In the heart of the Tweed Valley, The Park Hotel has 24 recently refurbished rooms, quirky decor and is known for their delicious, hearty meals.
A cosy, friendly place to stay. The Park Hotel has 24 newly refurbished bedrooms and a weekly changing menu, offering locally sourced, delicious hearty meals.
Sitting in the heart of the Tweed Valley with easy access to the big city in Edinburgh and the surrounding quaint little Borders towns.
Hunterian Art Gallery & The Mackintosh House, Glasgow Part of the University of Glasgow's old and distinguished Hunterian Museum, The Hunterian Art Galle
The Hunterian Museum Scotland's first public museum, which opened its doors in 1807, the Hunterian Museum within Glasgow University is home to a cornucopia
There's lime and vanilla mash, potato fondant and roast garlic crushed potatoes but not a chip in sight at this ironically named Glasgow stalwart. Eat upstairs, downstairs or in between on the mezannine level, but grab if you can a table in the gorgeous courtyard. A plethora of fine Scottish ingredients are used imaginatively in dishes such as Dumfriesshire rabbit, pear and pistachio nut sausage with basil cabbage or Perthshire wood pigeon wrapped in bacon served with a rich game sauce and pe...
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Glasgow is still riding high on the wave on a renaissance in the early 1990s which brought with it a whole range of smart hotels, cool restaurants and great nightlife. Hotel du Vin at One Devonshire Gardens typifies this resurgence in cool, with the city's movers and shakers crowding the bar in the evenings and the rooms packed with guests treating themselves to a bit of affordable luxury. Set in a tree-lined terrace in the vibrant west end of the city, this popular luxury bolthole ha...
CLC Duchally Country Estate is an award-winning hotel and lodge resort, located at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, in the heart of the magnificent Perthshire countryside.
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CLC Duchally Country Estate is an award-winning hotel and lodge resort, located at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, in the heart of the magnificent Perthshire countryside.
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Get the most out of your stay at CLC Duchally Country Estate. Morning laps or relaxation with the family in the heated indoor swimming pool, the leisure centre is a great place to enjoy and unwind. Come for a dip in the Jacuzzi, retreat to the sauna and extend your relaxation in the spa with a massage by Brenda.
Discover the Beauty of Pollok House Pollok House is set in the grounds of Pollok Park, home to the Maxwell family for over 600 years. The present house, (c.1750) replaced three earlier structures and was extended in 1890. The house contains an internationally important collection of paintings, which includes works by Blake, El Greco and Murillo. Also displays of silver, period ceramics and furnishings that were collected by Sir William Maxwell. It is the home to the world famous Burrel...
Bagend is a delightful Hobbit House built into the hill side from stone. Sitting in its own little shire it has amazing views of rolling hillside. Inside you will find a cosy wood burning stove.
Find Inspiration at Greenbank Gardens Greenbank walled garden has 30 different areas to see, demonstrating different techniques and colour combinations for the amateur gardener. Plants are well labelled and are in good condition. A former hard tennis court has been used to display ideas for disabled or infirm gardeners including raised beds and a water feature at waist height. There is also wheelchair access to the glasshouse and potting shed. Spring bulbs and shrubs fill the woodlan...
The Summer Howf is hidden away in the heart of the garden at Craighead. Surrounded by trees, animals and wildlife. With its quirky sleeping bay and star gazing window, cosy log burning stove, fire pit and eating area it offers a delightful getaway.
Set in the shire at Craighead, built from natural stone and wood, the Burrow is a traditional Hobbit House like no other to be found in Britain.
Magnificently constructed Tree House in an ancient ash tree.
The Wee Howf sits on the side of the lochan in the grounds of Craighead. Surrounded by nothing but water, garden and wildlife it is the ideal spot to get away from it all. Lit by candles and lanterns, off grid with nothing to disturb you except for the sound of the birds. Sit by the fire pit and night and watch over the water, star gaze out side or from the comfort of your bed through the star gazing window.
Dating back to the 1300s, the house at Kailzie has passed through many an aristocratic hand but it wasn't until 1962 when present owner Lady Buchan-Hepburn got to grips with the wilderness that surrounds it that the present garden you see today emerged. The garden stands at 700 feet above sea level on the south bank of the River Tweed where winters are harsh and the subsequent clever planting is mostly hardy. The Walled Garden, built in 1811, now has hardy shrub beds and old fashioned roses f...
Alexander House, 1 hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow, sleeps 21-25 in 9 or 11 bedrooms. Perfect for weddings, with 26ft wedding yurt available too.
Alexander House is the perfect glamping retreat from the hustle and bustle of work and your daily life. Unplug the laptop and switch off your phone and relax wi
Gleneages is not just for golfers, it's for gourmets too. Named after its chef (the most highly lauded in Scotland), Andrew Fairlie is probably the finest dining experience available north of the boarder. A recent refurbishment has transformed a rather grand dining room into an altogether more intimate restaurant with acres of leaf patterned beige fabric banquettes and seats. An oil painting of the chef watches over you as you tuck into the “menu degustation” that begins with Ballottine of F...
James Braid fashioned the Gleneagles Hotel King's course that opened in 1919 set in the splendour of the Perthshire hills in Scotland. It has matured into one of the best moorland lay-outs in Scotland with majestic views of the Ochil Hills, Ben Vorlich and the Trossachs. The holes blend perfectly into the landscape, the springy fairways wind through heather and gorse. Mature pines, silver birch and rowan provide natural amphitheatres on several holes. One great hole follows another through ro...
The Queen's course, like the King's designed by James Braid, opened in 1917. It passes through high ridges on the north and west sides of the estate with ditches as water hazards and measures less than 6,000 yards, par 68, from the medal tees. But it remains an enjoyable challenge in a beautiful setting where deer appear from the woods and the holes dart between moorland and woodland to greens set in pretty glades. The first nine of 3,192 yards into the prevailing South Westerly breeze can ...
The PGA Centenary Course is a modern classic, combining the best of both the Queen's and King's, created in 1993 by Jack Nicklaus, with five different tees at each hole, the championship markers spanning the 7,088 yards that will be used for the 2014 Ryder Cup. American-style, formerly known as the Monarch's, with some long walks between greens and tees, it's a big stadium course, the longest inland course in Scotland with huge undulating greens, bold bunkering and several risk and reward hol...
Set by the River Tweed, in the peaceful countryside, the 4-star Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf and Spa flaunt amazing views of the Border Hills, an 18-hole golf course, an honor winning restaurant and a spa. The bedrooms at Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa all have blackout curtains for a good night's sleep. Guests can also enjoy views of the hills or the golf course as well as many facilities including tea and coffee. Renwick's Restaurant at Macdonald Cardrona Hotel, Golf & Spa o...
It might only lie 20 miles from the hustle of Edinburgh, but the Cardona Hotel Spa feels like another world altogether. Breathe in the fresh air and run free in the open countryside where optimum wellness comes with unforgettable views. Set in 200 acres of private grounds, the spa exploits its beautiful rural location to the max with panoramic vistas of the rolling hills of the Scottish borders – notable especially when you take your morning swim in the tranquil glass-fronted 18-metre pool. T...
4 AA Star listed Georgian country house situated in 400 acres in the heart of Fife with 2 restaurants, therapy treatments and golf course.
A family run B&B offering a warm welcome and exceptional accommodation in an historic setting. 3 spacious and very comfortable rooms.
Explore the Stunning Grounds at Falkland Palace and Gardens Falkland Palace & Garden was designed and cultivated by Percy Cane between 1947 and 1952. There are attractive parterres, herbaceous borders, lush green lawns and many unusual bold shrubs, an orchard and huge quantities of delphiniums in June, as well as a small herb garden in the Jacobean style.
Step Back in Time at Falkland Palace and Gardens The Royal Palace of Falkland, the country residence of Stuart kings and queens, was built between 1450 and 1541. Part of the palace was burned down by Cromwell´s troops in 1654. The palace contains fine portraits of the Stuart monarchs and two sets of 17th century tapestry hangings and some rooms have been renovated to depict what life was like for the Stuarts. The Chapel Royal dates from 1633 and the Royal Tennis Court is the oldest i...
A lovely house built in 1807, with walled garden and outstanding views. Previously home to Princess Diana's mother sleeps 12 adults and 2 children
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Traquair is Scotland's oldest inhabited House dating from 1107, and lived in by the Stuart family since 1491. Originally a Royal hunting lodge, with strong Jacobean and Catholic history, there is much to see within its walls. The House also has extensive informal gardens, with the largest hedged maze in Scotland, and it's own Traquair House Brewery.
Traquair House has three spacious double bedrooms, the Pink Room, the Blue Room and the White Room. All are furnished with antique furniture, canopied beds, private bathrooms and central heating, all available on a 'bed and breakfast' basis. All bedrooms have wifi and have been given a four star rating with VisitScotland. Take a look at the B&B Gallery for further images. The Lower Drawing Room is available to all guests staying in the house during the evening, when the house has been c...
A magnificent Edwardian manor overlooking the picturesque Tweed Valley — home to an intimate 2 AA Rosettes restaurant, gardens & six unique bedrooms.
Nestled at the bottom of a secluded driveway, Letham House is located just outside the small market town of Haddington in East Lothian. This beautiful area is just a short drive from Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh. With extensive grounds and gardens, this beautiful 17th Century mansion is an oasis of tranquillity and privacy where your every need is catered for by Barbara and Chris Sharman.
Golf on this former Open Qualifying course has been played dating back to 1846 on parts of these links with the current configuration coming into being in 1909 with input from Tom Morris. Leven Links is steeped in history not least because it is the archetypal links course. With its fine bents and fescues, its humps, bumps, hollows and ‘wispy' rough it could be well used as the very definition of a true links. As such it is to be savoured by all who play here. Leven also has the distinc...
Templar Cottage is an East Lothian holiday home with four-star self-catering facilities, located a convenient drive away from Edinburgh, while being set in scen
19th Century award winning B&B situated in Crieff. Close to Perth, Stirling, Highlands, whiskey trails and golf.
Located in the heart of Perthshire, Action Glen is Scotland's premier adventure centre. From Aloft! tree top adventures to the new adventure park. Family fun!
Pack the kids! Pack the dog! And arrive at your home away from home, with a few luxury touches. Crieff Hydro's self-catering lodges and cottages are bliss.
For a Scottish staycation, a weekend away, self-catering or family holidays just an hour from Glasgow or Edinburgh, you'll find Crieff Hydro offers it all.
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Close to St Andrews, the ‘Home of Golf', Lundin Golf Club is renowned for the quality of its course. With a history dating back to 1868, the original Tom Morris course was redesigned in 1909, by Open Champion, James Braid.
Conveniently located in the historic Perthshire market town of Crieff offering honest hospitality in a wonderful place where you can really unwind.
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Hartleap, an idyllic 150 year old cottage nestling in the Scottish Border hills, where you can enjoy an exclusive tranquil, rural retreat.
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Visit one of Scotland's most Beautiful Gardens This attractive Branklyn 2 acre garden, a haven of peace within walking distance of Perth, was developed in the early 1900s by John and Dorothy Renton with the help of seed collections from plant hunters such as Forest, Ludlow and Sheriff. Gardeners and botanists from all over the world come to this delightful rock garden and its outstanding collection of cool-climate plants, particularly dwarf rhododendrons, alpines, blue poppies, lilies ...
Ardoch Cottage is a 4 star B&B located in Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park , ideally situated being just 30 mins drive from Glasgow International Airport .
Ian & Jane bought Blackaddie in 2007 they have completely refurbished it into a fantastic 4-star restaurant with rooms offering some of the finest food and rooms around. Check Tripadvisor for the stunning reviews. Also testified by the wealth of awards they have won over the years Such as Scottish Chef of the Year 2016
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Whether you are keen to see how the jet set went about their business supersonically or prefer getting to grips with the finer mechanisms of an RAF Nimrod, the National Museum of Flight based at historic East Fortune Airfield, sates all your aerial needs. Climb on board Concorde's Alpha Alpha to see what it was like to live the high life at 30,000 feet. This museum sets about telling the story of the history of flight and there is loads to see - the site has more than 50 complete aircraf...
Whether you are a golfer looking to be spoilt for choice, a foodie who knows a great menu when they see one or a spa lover keen to escape the everyday stresses of life, the Marine Hotel and Spa in North Berwick should tick all the boxes. Set on the scenic east coast of Scotland, this handsome 19th-century Victorian grand dame is surrounded by lush green links, has a destination restaurant, John Paul at the Marine (2012 hotel chef of the year) which overlooks the West Links and is set besi...
A dip in the pool at the spa at Macdonald Hotel in North Berwick is worth the trip itself. With long views over the surrounding quintessential Scottish terrain towards the country's East Coast, the cool, tranquil waters provide a scenic spot to take in your beautiful location and feel your cares drift away. Feel your body sigh thanks to a relaxing massage courtesy of spa experts Elemis or Hot Lava Shell while Carita offers plenty of luscious targeted skin and body care treats to please the ke...
Thirlestane Castle is one of the oldest and finest inhabited castles in Scotland. The 16th-century building with its distinctive rose-pink stone and fairy tale
Experience a Wonderful Day out at Hill of Tarvit Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland's finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture, Chinese porcelain and superb paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn, Allan Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists. Sir Robert Lorimer designed the Hill of Tarvit gardens in 1906, with formal lawns, yew hedging, flowering borders of perennials, annuals and heathers, and a sunken rose garden. The walled garden to the north con...
Experience a Wonderful Day out at Hill of Tarvit Hill of Tarvit is one of Scotland's finest Edwardian mansionhouses, replete with a splendid collection of antiques, furniture, Chinese porcelain and superb paintings by Sir Henry Raeburn, Allan Ramsay and eminent Dutch artists. Sir Robert Lorimer designed the Hill of Tarvit gardens in 1906, with formal lawns, yew hedging, flowering borders of perennials, annuals and heathers, and a sunken rose garden. The walled garden to the north con...
Loch Lomond Waterfront Luxury Lodges are on the banks of East Loch Lomond with private grounds and hot tubs. Each lodge has two en-suite bedrooms.
We are a small team based in Elie with lots of holiday let experience, particularly in the large Edinburgh market. As St Andrews locals, we are now striving to create a fresh new holiday let management service which we believe Elie and the East Neuk is desperately lacking, particularly with the advent of home-sharing sites like Airbnb and Booking opening up new possibilities. We believe we can create a technology-led platform that allows owners to maximise their income and explore opportunities.
Ian & Jane bought Blackaddie in 2007 they have completely refurbished it into a fantastic 4 star restaurant with rooms offering some of the finest food around. Check Tripadvisor for the stunning reviews. Also testified by the wealth of awards they have won over the years Such as Scottish Chef of the Year 2016
Macdonald Forest Hills Hotel and Spa has had a full update in 2017, overhauling our rooms and open spaces to make the ideal country retreat. On the off chance that you like to kick back and unwind, loosen up by the pool or appreciate an alleviating spa treatment. In the event that you are quick to fill your lungs with the freshest of air, get out on the town and investigate with a farmland walk, a swing in the trees at Go-Ape or rent a bicycle and get off road. Whatever the weather we...
Award winning independent hotel located in Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park with stunning views across Loch Earn. All day dining in Seasons View.
Sir Walter Scott’s imagination and creativity extended beyond the walls of his house into the outdoors and the creation of beautiful formal Regency gardens
Abbotsford is the extraordinary home of Sir Walter Scott, the 19th century poet and novelist who changed how the world saw Scotland and Scotland saw itself
Amonst the rolling hills of the Scottish Borders, the Hope Scott Wing is the perfect group accommodation for up to 16 guests on a self-catering basis.
Situated in a peaceful rural setting on the edge of the charming town of Moffat, Hartfell House & The Limetree Restaurant is the perfect choice for bed and breakfast accommodation. It overlooks the surrounding hills, yet is only a few minutes walk from the attractive town centre.
Fauhope Country House is located in the heart of the Scottish Borders in a secluded location - one that has inspired writers, artists, poets and musicians. The house has been been lovingly renovated and now provides an elegant and inviting place to enjoy. The guest rooms are spacious and have en-suite facilities. All have been individually furnished with comfort and luxury in mind. Your hosts are happy to advise on local facilities, restaurants etc. Full Scottish Breakfast is served. Take ti...
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Explore the Beautiful Gardens of Kellie Castle Take a stroll round Kellie Castle & Garden, the magical Arts & Crafts garden and enjoy the scent of old roses and the beautiful herbaceous borders. The 1 acre walled garden is set out in the 17th century manner with strong lines and dense planting, creating a sense of space. See clipped box, rose-covered trellis and enjoy woodland or meadow walks. The orchard has wall-trained fruit trees and an organically maintained vegetable garden. Loo...
Explore the Beautiful Kellie Castle and Gardens The first records of Kellie Castle date back to the 12th century, and it was restored by James Lorimer in the late 19th century. It is a very fine example of Scottish domestic architecture with its gables, towers and chimneys. Among the contents are magnificent plaster ceilings, painted panelling and furniture designed by Sir Robert Lorimer, son of James Lorimer. In 1948 the castle was purchased by the sculptor Hew Lorimer, Sir Robert´s ...
Experience the tranquillity of Harmony Garden Harmony Garden is surrounded by walls and screened by trees, offering a unique sense of peace and tranquillity. Stroll across the lush green lawns and admire the herbaceous and mixed borders, the vegetable and fruit areas, and, in spring, the rich display of bulbs. The views across Melrose Abbey and Eildon Hills are magnificent.
Explore the art of Dried Flower Arranging at Priorwood Garden Priorwood Garden is a specialist centre for the craft of dried flower arranging. Most of the flowers are grown for this purpose and the colourful selection brings variety to the arrangements made here. You can also learn more about this fascinating craft as there is ongoing drying most of the time. Otherwise you can simply enjoy the blossoms, especially in spring, or pause for a summer picnic within sight of the ruins of Mel...
Hollyburn House bed and breakfast is situated on the Main Street in the rural Perthshire village of Bankfoot. Situated just off the main Perth to Inverness A9 road, offering the peaceful setting of a village and the convenience of easy road access to the rest of Scotland. Hollyburn House opened in May 2011 after extensive renovations, enabling us to offer our guests a truly Scottish welcome. Our guests comfort is our main aim and we have endeavoured to create a luxurious yet homely atmosphere.
The oldest and most iconic golf course in the world. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised across the globe, yet the greatest feature of the Old Course is that despite its grand status it remains a public golf course, open to all.
Ever since Mary Queen of Scots scandalized a nation by playing golf here when she should have been mourning her husband, St Andrews has been a Scottish location that gets plenty of attention. The Macdonalds Rusack Hotel sits smack bang in the heart of this lovely seaside town (these days more famous for being the setting of the courtship between the Duchess of Cambridge and the current king-in-waiting) and just a toss of a golf ball away from the celebrated Old Course's 18th hole but thi...
Hotel Du Vin St. Andrews has a French-style bistro serving home-cooked food prepared with seasonal and local produce. Visitors can unwind with a glass of wine in the bar or lounge as the hotel offers a noteworthy wine list picked by the in-house sommelier. Renovated in April 2014, the Hotel Du Vin, St Andrews is located on The Scores and alongside the Old Course Golf Course. This boutique hotel highlights dazzling perspectives over St Andrews Bay and is well-situated for the shoreline and...
The Meikleour Arms is a unique small country hotel in Perthshire, at the heart of the conservation village of Meikleour only a short distance away from Perth, Scone Palace and Dunkeld. We have 11 spacious bedrooms and 5 stylish hotel cottages. The award winning restaurant is proud of its Franco-Scottish heritage and serves superb country food incorporating local produce from the estate. Do contact us in advance if you are planning to come with a dog as we only allow dogs in some of our bedrooms.
Furnished & decorated to the highest standards by owners David & Susan Watson, first class service and a warm welcome awaits at the Balcary House Hotel. This lovingly restored Victorian mansion is set in 3 acres of private mature grounds on the south side of Hawick is a charming and comfortable country house retreat originally built as a villa for a former local mill owner. Its elevated position provides commanding views & is the ideal base for discovering the beauty of the Scottish Borders.
Malmaison Dundee, the newest addition to the thriving Malmaison group. With opulent bedrooms and suites and of course the signature Brasserie, this beautifully designed hotel was well worth the wait. Just a mere 10 mins drive from the airport or less to the rail station, this stylish hotel offers an enviable location for both business and leisure guests. For a spot of people watching why not relax in the Malbar where lattes and croissants are served during the day and champagne and co...
Trigony House Hotel is a luxury, relaxed dog-friendly country house hotel set in 4 acres of mature garden & woodland with a reputation for excellent food
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Trigony Garden Spa is a unique exclusive use micro spa offering a range of holistic and 100% organic treatments in the seclusion and privacy of the spa garden at Trigony House Hotel. Guests can totally relax and unwind in the Swedish wood-fired hot tub and Finnish sauna cabin, both with wonderful countryside views.
Our award winning hotel restaurant caters for those who wish to book a table in our restaurant and also guests of the hotel. In 2015 for the fifth year running Trigony House Hotel were awarded gold medals for our rustic cuisine at the Scottish Hotel Awards, as well as winning “Best Restaurant in South West Scotland” and “Best Breakfast in South-West Scotland”, which is truly something to be experienced. Our award winning rustic cuisine and informal dining complemented by a range of fine wi...
Scotscraig Golf Club is the 13th oldest golf club in the world. It was established in 1817, and has been an Open Qualifier venue six times, most recently in 2010. With a mix of heathland and links holes, and superb hospitality, this is a memorable course that wins admirers easily.
Rosebank House is a magnificent Georgian house, located in the centre of Scotland, with a four star VisitScotland rating and open all year. The house is available for groups of up to 12 people with all bedrooms ensuite, a sitting room, a dining room with a table seating 12 plus and a large kitchen with dining table. It is the perfect base to fish, golf, walk, or explore the mountains, wildlife and historic buildings of Perthshire and Scotland. The Cateran Trail starts and ends in Blairgowrie.
The Steading is one of those special places to create a memorable holiday with family and friends. Located in the heart of Highland Perthshire.
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Monifieth Medal is the major of the two courses - the lesser is the 5,100 yard Ashludie, while 6,650 yard Medal course is used as an Open Championship qualifying venue. It is the most westerly of three renowned links on the Angus coastline, the others being Panmure and Carnoustie. The course is built over undulating links with ridge dunes covered in gorse covered and, unusually, for a links course many holes also have tree lined fairways. A tough test, it has a railway line running on one sid...
A comfortable house and a traditional sporting estate of 7,000 acres of hill and river to explore. Sleeps 8-16 (including annex).
South Chesthill Estate enjoys over 6 miles of single and double bank fishing and 32 pools on the River Lyon, one of the major Tay tributaries, which is a beautiful and varied river. Chesthill House can be booked to include salmon fishing and trout fishing and Gardener's Cottage can include trout fishing (both properties are listed on Britain's Finest).
A delightful stone cottage set in open countryside in Glen Lyon, one of Scotlands most beautiful glens. Sleeps 4.
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Tigh Na Leigh is a small guest house that is big on hospitality, great food and quality service. With only 6 luxurious bedrooms in the main house, we are able to give our guests every personal attention. Enjoy locally sourced or home grown produce, cooked with imagination, either at breakfast time or in the evening. Relax by the log fire in the main lounge, enjoying one of our many whiskies or gins
Arguably the toughest links course in Britain. The Open Championship has been held here on 7 occasions, most recently in 2007. The present golf course was fashioned in 1850 by Alan Robertson of St Andrews. Gorse, broom, open ditches, pot bunkers on almost every fairway and tricky, speedy greens ruin cards and handicaps. The Barry Burn is an additional hazard over the final three holes. In the wind it is a monster off the back tees. The complementary Burnside and Buddon courses that weave arou...
Winner of the best attraction award for the UK 2015. Enjoy the history and spectacle of Glamis Castle. Take a guided tour with one of the expert guides and soak up the atmosphere of a thousand years of history. The tours run regularly throughout the day and run on until 4:30pm. Take a stroll through our gardens maintained by the wonderful gardening team. The Walled Garden and Italian Garden are serene and beautiful and the walks along the river are very peaceful. Browse in the Gift...
Glamis Castle Gardens and Grounds provide a wealth of nature and beauty. Explore the Italian Garden, Walled Garden, Pinetum, Macbeth Trail and the Nature Trail.
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