With an impressive natural larder from which to draw inspiration, Scotland’s hotels and restaurants with rooms have a catalogue of awards amongst them, not to mention the high praise and repeat custom of many a guest.
Here, the Good Hotel Guide shares 10 of the top restaurants with rooms in Scotland…
On the banks of the river Nith in the idyllic countryside of Dumfries & Galloway, Blackaddie House is a four star hotel owned by former Michelin Star Chef Ian McAndrew and his wife Jane.
The 16th century property is already gaining a reputation for excellence, with two AA rosettes of its own, while guests delight in the opulent style of six rooms, a self-contained River Suite and three charming self catering cottages.
Modern Scottish dining is taken to new heights at this Michelin Star hotel and restaurant.
Beautifully designed inside with clean and contemporary finishes featuring splashes of colour to offset an otherwise neutral palette, the restaurant serves seasonal Scottish ingredients, while guests stay in eight beautifully appointed suites.
Ideally located in St Andrew’s, it is close to the area’s famed university as well as the world renowned golf course.
With a reputation for being one of the best dining experiences in Orkney, The Foveran creates award winning cuisine from the surrounding Scottish larder.
Scallops, lobsters, partans and langoustines from the local fishmonger dominate the menu, along with the area’s famed Grimbister Farm Cheese.
Meanwhile, guests are invited to stay in the eight contemporary rooms enjoying sea views across historic Scapa Flow.
No TV, no radio, no wifi and no phone signal – the Moor of Rannoch is a peaceful retreat surrounded by 130km of uninhabited moor.
Total tranquillity is the name of the game, where you drink Scottish gin and whisky, dine on local food, and watch the red deer, pheasants, hen harriers and even golden eagles as they go about their day.
A family run restaurant with rooms in Perthshire, Barley Bree has won many an award for its French fare created from Scottish ingredients.
Highlights include a cocktail bar by an open fire for the chillier months of the year, as well as an outdoor seating area for the summer.
Rooms are contemporary and spacious, and a real favourite is popping in for a superb Sunday lunch.
On the banks of the Union Canal, The Bridge Inn at Ratho is in a conservation area just outside Edinburgh.
The only pub in the village it has a convivial, community atmosphere and is well known for its superb food created from local produce as well as home grown veg and their bred pork.
Guests enjoy sampling Scottish ales and wandering up to one of the four beautifully appointed bedrooms for a peaceful night’s rest.
A multi award-winning restaurant with a Michelin star, four AA rosettes and the Prince Philip medal for services to the catering industry under its belt, 21212 is the brainchild of Paul Kitching and his partner Katie O’Brien, who together have over 60 combined years of Michelin star experience.
Having combined that with four of bedrooms extolling the virtues of relaxed luxury, they have produced a real treat in the form of this bijou hotel.
This red tin roofed restaurant with rooms in the village of Kilberry is the stuff that daydreams are made of.
Deliciously unassuming, it describes itself as the ‘perfect antidote to a busy life’.
Offering wonderful food, an informal setting and a spectacular location by the water, it sits in near isolation on a single-track road between Lochgilphead and Tarbert in Argyll that follows the coast around the Knapdale peninsula overlooking the Inner Hebrides.
Modern Scottish fare is the order of the day at this fine dining establishment.
Given a chic makeover to also offer superb accommodation, Gordon’s is a family run boutique hotel where the food is award winning and the decor is stylish.
Eat, drink and stroll to the coast nearby, it’s all about having a wonderful time.
Just a short distance from Fort William, this four star hotel has a Michelin and AA recommended restaurants well.
Known for its use of local ingredients such as scallops from the Island of Mull and Arisaig prawns and salmon from Wester Ross, the focus is on the natural flavours of the food.
Uncomplicated and wonderfully welcoming, it’s little wonder it’s a favourite of everyone who visits.