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Scotland is a country that’s fiercely proud of its heritage, history, natural beauty and rich culture. Rightly so. Breathtakingly beautiful, beguiling and exciting, Scotland offers us the Highlands, legendary lochs, lush forests, isolated isles of Shetland and the Hebrides and prestigious cities alongside intriguing local cuisines, customs and dialects. To get the most out of your trip to this incredible place, be sure to stay in one – or two - of our hotels in Scotland. 

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Second to none for shopping, underground music, architecture, museums, and with a gritty industrial legacy, Glasgow isn’t just one of Scotland’s top cities - it’s one of the UK’s best. 


Scotland’s capital boasts an array of fascinating and important historic attractions. It’s also famous for its many festivals such as Edinburgh International, Edinburgh Fringe and the Military Tattoo. 

Inverness and Loch Ness

The only city in the Highlands, Inverness is petite, picturesque and the place to stay if you want to visit Loch Ness and uncover the mysteries of Nessie. 

St Andrews

As the home of St Andrews University and the Royal and Ancient Golf Club, this medieval town on the east coast of Scotland has some very prestigious, world-class associations. 

Loch Lomond and The Trossachs

Over 720 square miles of staggeringly beautiful lochs, mountains, glens and forest are waiting to be explored in this national park. It’s conveniently close to Glasgow, too. 

The Highlands

The Highlands are Scottish natural beauty at its best (and that’s really saying something). Expect stunning landscapes, lochs, wonderful wildlife, ancient monuments, pretty villages and a wealth of adventurous outdoor activities. You might even see the Northern Lights. 

Cairngorm National Park

For hillwalking, unspoilt forests, spectacular flora and fauna and rare wildlife, put Britain’s biggest national park on your ‘to do’ list. Here, you’ll find four out of five of the UK’s highest peaks.