Balgeddie House is a historic mansion right outside of Glenrothes, in the centre of Fife. It was initially built at the end of the 19th century and has now been turned into a charming hotel that offers comfortable accommodation and relaxing surroundings. Ideal for couples, families as well as solo travellers, this hotel provides 30 elegantly appointed rooms, 2 lavish suites, conference and meeting venues, as well as a private garden that will make every guest feel at home.
Located in central Fife, Balgeddie House was originally built at the late 19th century. After having undergone various renovations and extensions at the beginning of the 20th century, the mansion was opened as a hotel. Surrounded by its own lush gardens and offering a tranquil environment for guests to stay, this historic hotel is certain to transport guests back in time and make them all feel like true royalty.
A historic mansion dating back to the end of the 19th century is nothing short of ideal to spend the most romantic and idyllic honeymoon getaway. The hotel features a Honeymoon Suite, which is spacious and features a king-size bed, a marble bathroom with a separate shower, a large bay window with stunning views over the private garden, a comfortable sitting area and warm colours that will make every couple relax and instantly feel at home.
Ideally located, close to the International Center and 3 minutes walk to the seafront the property features 53 modern rooms and different leisure facilities.
Dogs are allowed for an extra cost of GBP 10 per dog, per night.
Located in Portobello, in close proximity to the beach, Best Western Kings Manor is a hotel ideal for all kinds of travellers who seek a relaxing retreat in Edinburgh, away from the hustle and bustle of its centre. The hotel features 95 comfortable and well-appointed rooms where smoking is strictly prohibited, as well as some Club Rooms for those guests who want a little extra luxury and comfort. Guests can also enjoy the spa facilities offered at the hotel, as well as the excellent restaurant and explore the magical city of Edinburgh at their own leisure.
Initially built in 1840 as a private family house, the building came to the possession of the Anglican church in the 1870s. The Anglican nuns used to reside in it and they also built a chapel in the centre of the property. The mission of the Anglican nuns was to care for young women who were in need, and those women gave back to the convent by building a small laundry business. The building was used as a convent for about 50 years before being sold to another owner and turned into a hotel.
The history of this building began in 1840 when it was first constructed in order to be a private family home. However, during the 1870s, the building came to be owned by the Anglican church and was turned into a convent where nuns and young women in need were residing. Its life as a convent lasted for only 50 years, as it was purchased by a family in the 1950s and turned into "The Milton Hotel". The hotel changed hands one more time until it was bought by its current owners in 1976 and was turned into the hotel that it is today.
Best Western Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa has been operating as a hotel since 1890, when it initially opened in order to accommodate all the new tourists that came in the area because of the construction of the railway. Steeped in history, this hotel boasts luxurious and absolutely comfortable rooms, ideal for families, couples and single travellers alike. An invigorating spa and wellness club is available as well, offering guests countless moments of relaxation and rejuvenation in this breathtaking environment.
Inverness Palace Hotel & Spa was originally built in 1870 where a much older mansion used to stand. Designed by a famous Scottish architect, the palace was first opened as a hotel in 1890. Its Baronial-style architecture, its two conical-shaped towers and its majestic entrance that resembles that of Fyvie Castle, quickly made it one of the most distinguished hotels in the area, especially after the tourism expanded after the construction of the railway. During WWI, the hotel was used by the Navy. It has been owned by its current owner since the 1970s and is still one of the most impressive historic hotels in the area.
Spend precious moments of relaxation and rejuvenation in the hotel's Leisure Club & Spa. Boasting a 50 foot swimming pool, a steam room, sauna, as well as a well-equipped fitness suite, the hotel's spa facilities are made to satisfy every guest's whims and desires.