Luxury Scotland is a group of 30 of the finest, luxury hotels in Scotland. Scotland is one of the few places in the world where it is still fun to drive. The North Coast 500 is a perfect example and as you drive around the route you can visit Kinloch Lodge on The Isle of Skye, the ancestral home of Lord Macdonald of Macdonald, but now hotel with a Michelin starred restaurant, The Torridon, built in 1887 as a Highland shooting lodge but now a luxury hotel in 58 acres of parkland, Inver Lodge Hotel, set in one of the last great wildernesses of Europe, Rocpool Reserve and Chez Roux in Inverness city centre where you will find a range of Hip, Chic, Decadent and extra Decadent rooms and Boath House, one of the most perfectly preserved Georgian mansion houses in Scotland with a Michelin starred restaurant
As Clynelish is the only distillery in Sutherland, it is the perfect stop on your North Coast 500 journey, suiting whisky lovers and novices alike. Nestled in the countryside of the tranquil coastal village of Brora sits Clynelish - Sutherland’s only remaining, fully-functioning distillery. Founded in 1821 by the 1st Duke of Sutherland, Clynelish was one of the first purpose built distilleries in Scotland.
Neither black nor an isle, simple and majestic
Unspoilt, dramatic scenery in the far north of Scotland, indeed, on the extreme edge of Europe.
With its seaboard villages, Easter Ross is full of history and romance
Welcome to the hub of the highlands and the start of your adventure
The wild and beautiful county of Sutherland, the perfect place to get away from it all
A land of stunning loch and mountain scenery, magnificent white sandy beaches