From chic city hotels to stylish rural retreats, Scotland’s luxury boutique hotels each have something unique to offer.
The Good Hotel Guide
The Highland Games is one of Scotland’s highlights of the summer, attracting thousands of competitors and tens of thousands of spectators each year.
The Queen of the Hebrides, a jewel in Scotland’s crown, the Isle of Islay is home to less than 4000 people and in joyous proportions, eight working whisky distilleries as well.
Heartwarming hospitality in the beautiful hotels of the Isle of Skye, as recommended by the Good Hotel Guide
CONNECTED to Scotland’s northwest coast by bridge, the Isle of Skye holds such natural beauty that it’s almost mystical in its appeal.
DANCE the night away under fireworks and stars in picturesque Scottish villages, take part in a traditional Scottish Ceilidh, or party hard in the city before recovering with a breakfast for luxury loving champions...
FROM snow on the ground to flowing mulled wine, how many hotels do you know that give you a Christmas stocking on Christmas Day?
THE 2019 Good Hotel Guide launched this autumn featuring a record breaking 860 hotels including nine new additions to the Scottish collection.
SEPTEMBER is perhaps the most beautiful time of year for golfers travelling across Scotland and the UK.
REDEFINING what it means to be a B&B, in Scotland a combination of good old-fashioned values, spectacular scenery and contemporary design flair have all come together to being guests some of the most spectacular accommodation.
FROM impressive, castle-style buildings to understated manor houses, country house hotels in Scotland are some of the most beautiful places to stay.