Luxury Scotland is a group of 30 of the finest, luxury hotels in Scotland.
The collection includes five of the world’s leading golf venues – The Gleneagles Hotel, Old Course Golf Resort and Spa at St Andrews, Cameron House on Loch Lomond, Macleod House and Lodge and Trump Turnberry.
Inverlochy Castle was recently voted as the best hotel in Europe was recently voted as the best hotel in Europe and we can also offer city centre properties, delightful country house hotels, Hebridean Princess – the only cruise ship to hold the Royal Warrant and Belmond Royal Scotsman – the ultimate luxury train. At Glencoe House you can enjoy private dining in the comfort of your own suite and at Knockinaam Lodge, the house mentioned in John Buchan’s book 39 Steps, you can have a nocturnal wildlife tour or go stargazing with an expert ranger. Our restaurants have been awarded no less than six Michelin stars and to our chefs, provenance is key.
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 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. At all of these fine hotels you will find ample parking. Elsewhere in Scotland you will experience spectacular scenery and relatively quiet roads where you will see more sheep than you do people
Scotland’s cities are vibrant with museums, art galleries and cafe culture as well as offering retail therapy to satisfy every whim. Edinburgh is host to The Military Tattoo and the largest arts festival in the world. There are many other smaller festivals and Highland Games.
As you explore our beautiful countryside, you are never far from a golf course or a distillery, so come and enjoy this, the best small country in the world! For further details, go to: