Each unique room at the Scotsman Hotel has individual features, including a marble-tiled en suite bathroom and corner window bays with breathtaking views of the city.
Originally built in 1905, this imperial building was intended to control the Edinburgh skyline and features amazing views of the city´s famous landmarks.
Elegant and luxurious accommodation is combined with the historic atmosphere of the city of Edinburgh and create the perfect getaway for your honeymoon.
The hotel offers the luxurious Cachmere Honeymoon Suite, equipped with Razul Spa and sunken jacuzzi, providing the most relaxing and luxurious time to all newlywed couples who stay here.
Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is a supurb 4 star baronial hotel crafted in red sandstone and set in wonderfully landscaped gardens in the shaded suburb of Pollokshields in Glasgow’s Southside.
At the Sherbrooke, they have combined modern efficiency with traditional grace, prestige with convenience.
Sherbrooke Castle was built in 1896 by a well-known contractor of the time, John Morrison, who wanted to create a baronial mansion for himself. Built in impressive red sandstone just outside Glasgow, Sherbrooke Castle boasts many of the architectural and stylistic characteristics of the late Victorian period. It became a hotel just before WWII broke out, during which it was used by the Royal Navy as a training ground for its officers. In 1945, it became a hotel again, offering lavish accommodation and excellent services to all its guests.
A Victorian-style historic boutique hotel located in the very heart of Scotland's capital city, Kildonan Lodge Hotel offers unique and comfortable accommodation to all guests. Surrounded by a lush garden, and yet in close proximity to Edinburgh's centre, this hotel offers rooms which blend the Victorian style with modern amenities and are distinct from one another, so as to make every guest's experience unique. Ideal for couples in their romantic getaway or families seeking adventure in an idyllic location, this hotel will make your stay unforgettable.
This stylish 4-star Victorian hotel features a variety of luxurious and absolutely elegant rooms, each one of which is distinctly decorated in different colours from the rest. Although a Victorian theme runs through every room of the hotel, each room is still unique and individual, offering a different interpretation of the era, along with some modern elements and amenities. All rooms feature a private bathroom, while some rooms have a four-poster bed for extra romance and comfort.
Originally built in 1874, this Victorian estate belonged to a wealthy Scottish businessman. The estate has been purchased by Maggie and Bruce Urquhart, who have owned it for about 22 years now. After long and time-consuming restorations, the estate was opened as a 4-star boutique hotel, retaining as much of its Victorian grandeur and opulence as possible, in order to offer a unique accommodation experience to all guests.
The property spreads on 10 acres of land located in the Scotland Highlands, Glencoe Glen. The Victorian style Glencoe House has 4 floors, 7 rooms and a huge private garden. It has been renovated in 2013.
The ornate ceiling, spacious sitting rooms, satin bedding, original Victorian style fireplace and impressive views over the window create a pleasant and unique atmosphere.
Rooms are traditionally furnished, with Egyptian cotton bedding and picturesque views of the mountains and lakes.
A luxury boutique hotel, located in the heart of the city featuring 12 modern rooms and a luxury apartment.
This charming boutique hotel offers uniquely decorated rooms and junior suites, each one of which is ideal for the most romantic and special honeymoon vacation. If you opt for a castle view room, both you and your significant other will certainly experience the most royal honeymoon.
Spread on over 30 acres of impressively decorated land, the property is approached by a tree lined car drive. The 4-star Balmule House follows the high standards for a luxury accommodation and for 4 years it has been renovated.
Extremely beautiful hotel in classical style with magnificent decorations, high ceilings, beautiful furniture and amazing views over the countryside.
14th century tower existed in the place of the Balmule House which had been expanded and rebuilt for the years to come.
Initially belonging to the Earl of Orkney, the Glenapp Estate was acquired by James Hunter at around 1870, who hired the renowned Edinburgh architect David Bryce to redesign the castle. Thus, the castle was decorated in the Scottish Baronial style, elegantly combining elements of the Gothic and Renaissance design to create the grandeur and fairytale appearance it has until today. Surrounded by lush landscaped gardens, boasting turrets and towers and an unrivaled atmosphere that transports guests back in time, this castle hotel is one of the most lavish Scottish destinations.
Dogs are more than welcome to join their owners while they stay at Glenapp Castle. There is no extra charge for dogs, but they are allowed only in specific rooms of the hotel. Dogs Stay Free
Luxurious and modern, each of the 9 unique boutique rooms offers a different accommodation experience to every staying guest. Tastefully decorated and elegantly appointed, ideal for relaxing retreats as well as business trips, the rooms of The Inn on the Mile will certainly make your stay unforgettable for a long time to come.
Located in a city that is steeped in history, the idea for the building in which The Inn on the Mile is now housed first started being formulated in the 19th century, but the very first rooms were initially built in 1923. The building was sold and changed owners before being turned into the boutique hotel that it is today, but it still manages to preserve its original historical features, providing guests with the most unique accommodation experience.
Why stay anywhere else when you can find all you need under one roof? Spend your day in the stunning Tweed Valley, then rest with a refreshing drink in front of an amazing fire and dine in an award winning restaurant.
Mixing luxurious award winning accommodation with delicious food in a romantic setting, a warm welcome awaits you from Steve and Lisa in their home Caddon View.
Positioned in its own grounds the hotel is an elegantly decorated Victorian house built in the 1850's.
Dogs are allowed to stay at the hotel for free. Only one dog is permitted per room.
Elegance and quality over quantity are the words that best describe this 5-star hotel and its services. Guests will be met with the absolute luxury as they are treated like royalty in this magnificent boutique hotel.
The hotel "Witchery by the Castle" is located at the top of Edinburgh's historic Royal Mile. It has developed a world-wide reputation for its excellent dining experience, showcasing the best of Scotland's produce in the most charming of settings.
The Witchery by the Castle is as whimsical and magical as its own name suggests. Nestled amidst the historic streets of Edinburgh's Old Town, the hotel features 9 unique and theatrical suites, each one distinctively decorated and appointed with the most lavish antique furniture. From lush velvet materials to opulent and romantic interiors, this boutique hotel will make your stay as unique and memorable as possible.
The Witchery was established by James Thomson, one of the most famous restaurant owners in Scotland, at a historic building at the gates of Edinburgh Castle. It takes its name from the hundreds of women burned at the stake as witches on Castlehill during the 16th and 17th centuries. The Witchery occupies a substantial 16th century building, Boswell’s Court, named after a former resident, James Boswell. With its antique-filled suites secreted within dreamy 16th-century building, guests are swept into an opulent, Gothic fantasy.