This elegant Victorian Perthshire mansion is situated in beautiful countryside, set in 34 acres of secluded woodlands and garden grounds, with its own chapel and house loch. Elegantly re-designed to showcase much of the house’s original heritage, Cromlix has been furnished with specially-sourced Scottish antique furniture.
The rooms are all individually designed and subtly decorated enjoying splendid views over the manicured grounds or tennis courts and surrounding countryside. The hotel boasts a Chez Roux restaurant offering a culinary experience using seasonal locally sourced produce wherever possible. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
The beautifully indulgent Duisdale House Hotel perfectly situated in Sleat on the southernmost tip of Skye, was built in 1865 as a Hunting Lodge, and has been completely transformed into a privately owned chic boutique retreat in recent years.
The hotel is in a class of its own with individually designed bedrooms offered in a range of contemporary styles, some with Four Posters. The award winning restaurant presents the diner with choice before you even see a menu – choose to dine in the fine dining restaurant which sports 2 AA red rosettes, in the less formal Chart Room offering an a la carte menu, the Conservatory with views of the gardens to the Sound of Sleat or in our intimate fireside area. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
Inverlochy is uniquely located amongst the glens, lochs and mountains of the West Highlands of Scotland. Each bedroom has its own individual design and character, along with splendid views of the grounds and surrounding mountains.
Dinner at Inverlochy is an experience to savour in any of the three dining rooms, each decorated with period and elaborate furniture presented as gifts to Inverlochy Castle from the King of Norway.
The restaurant, which offers a unique experience in unrivalled surroundings, has been awarded 3 AA red rosettes and features modern British cuisine. The dress code for gentlemen for dinner in the restaurant is jacket and tie. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
With stunning views overlooking Loch Linnhe and the Morvern Mountains, The Isle of Eriska is ideally located in the heart of West Argyll. Cross over to the Island by its very own bridge and you enter a small oasis where Highland cattle graze, badgers visit nearby and grey seals swim in the surrounding waters.
The contemporary yet comfortable rooms offer the luxury you would expect from a world class 'Five Star' hotel and the Michelin star restaurant delivers a supreme A La Carte together with a comprehensive wine list. Distant Islands form a stunning backdrop to Eriska's Golf Course and guests can enjoy a range of activities including a spot of sailing, shooting, or simply relax in the plush ESPA spa suite. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
Knockendarroch was built in 1880 as one of Pitlochry's finest houses, set in over four acres of gardens. Original features still exist, including the grand entrance porch with stained glass windows and stone columns, and a grand staircase with another enormous stained glass window. Other important features of the design are the intricate cornice work and ceiling roses in the public rooms.
Knockendarroch pride themselves on excellent food, comfortable rooms, wonderful views and friendly service. The Restaurant at Knockendarroch has been awarded 2 AA red rosettes by the AA and the style is relaxed, contemporary fine dining. Pre-dinner drinks and canapés are served in the lounge offering stunning Highland Perthshire views, roaring log fires and a fantastic small batch of Scottish Gins and over 50 Malt Whiskies. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
Prestonfield House exudes opulent individual style that is unrivalled anywhere else in the city. Situated only five minutes from the Royal Mile, Prestonfield is surrounded by twenty acres of gardens and parkland, providing the privacy and seclusion of a country estate.
Prestonfield is a fusion of historic architecture with an extensive collection of art and antiques and décor every bit as rich and colourful as the history of the house itself. Built in 1687 as the grand baroque home of Edinburgh's Lord Provost, Prestonfield is a 'Five Star' hotel with dramatic bedrooms and sumptuous suites. In addition, there is exceptional fine dining at Rhubarb restaurant alongside a collection of stunning private dining rooms, opulent salons and historic public rooms. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
The Skeabost was built in 1870 as a Hunting Lodge and was established as a hotel many years ago. Wonderful sunsets can be seen in the western skies and also on clear dark nights, an array of stars and planets against a velvety backdrop.
The stately Skeabost House Hotel is situated centrally on the Isle of Skye and sits on the edge of Loch Snizort with views out over the sea and to the surrounding crofting townships of Bernisdale and Tote. With it’s own 9 hole, 18 tee, wooded, shore line golf course surrounding the hotel and a fast flowing river flowing close by, the activities of golf and fishing can be enjoyed within the hotel environs. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
Situated where the Old Town stops and the New Town begins, The Balmoral is one of Edinburgh’s most prestigious hotels. Its majestic clock defines the city’s skyline and the individually designed suites have the perfect combination of tradition and modernity, with many having views of Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town. On arrival the kilted doorman will guide you into the hotel.
The Michelin star restaurant Number One offers an outstanding culinary experience featuring modern Scottish cuisine. For a more informal experience, we suggest Hadrian’s Brasserie, serving the very best of regional Scottish produce. A comprehensive range of treatments are available from the award winning Spa. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.
Toravaig is a small, contemporary Hebridean Gem offering an intimate atmosphere, luxurious rooms and delicious, innovative cuisine. The hotel’s peaceful location, with views over the ruins of Knock Castle c.1345 with the Atlantic Waters of the Sound of Sleat in the distance, provides the perfect place to relax and unwind whilst enjoying the Isle of Skye.
All of the nine individually designed en-suite hotel rooms are intimate in character and rich in fabrics and contemporary furnishings. The lounge offers stylish contempory sofas and a crackling log fire - perfect for enjoying fine malts or delicious wines before dinner. The restaurant serves the finest modern cuisine that Skye’s legendary larder can provide, using locally sourced ingredients. Contact us to include this hotel in your Luxury Highland Tour.