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This stunning medieval city is the jewel in Scotland’s crown, and ever popular with visitors. Edinburgh Castle sits right in the centre on top of a craggy hill overlooking everything below, with Greyfriars Kirkyard and Mary King’s Close providing plenty more insights into this city’s spooky, creepy history. The Edinburgh arts festival in August is one of the best in the world and not to be missed.
On arrival in Edinburgh/Glasgow Airport, pick up self-drive car and start your journey. You will drive through the area known as the Trossachs in the heart of Scotland. Make a stop at Stirling Castle – Stirling has many reminders of the famous William Wallace, star of the film “Braveheart”. Continue around the scenic Loch Lomond and through the Argyll Forest one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland. Make a stop at Inveraray on the banks of Loch Fyne where you can visit Inveraray which tells the tale of prison life in the 18th & 19th centuries. Continue north to the Oban area for overnight.
The largest of the Hebrides, the Isle of Skye is awe-inspiring and enchanting. Spend lazy afternoons wandering through quaint seaside villages like Broadford, Kyleakin, or the island’s capital Portree. Get in touch with nature on some exhilarating hill walks – look out for the Old Man of Storr and the Quirang, rock formations straight from the pages of a fantasy novel. Neist Point lighthouse, the Fairy Glen, and MacLeod’s Maidens (the highest cliffs in the UK), are also well worth checking out.
After breakfast explore Oban making a visit to McCaigs Tower from where you can see the island of Mull and beyond on a clear day. Departing Oban journey north to Fort William via Appin passing on your way Castle Stuart set on its own island. Fort William nestles at the foot of Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland. Take a trip on the Anoch Mor Gondola and enjoy some magnificent views across to the West and East coasts of Scotland. From Fort William travel northeast through the Great Glen towards Inverness. En-route you will travel along the Caledonian Canal which links Fort William and Inverness and of which Loch Ness forms a part. Travel along the banks of this famous loch keeping an eye open for the famous monster “Nessie”. Overnight in the Inverness area
One of Scotland’s most historic cities, Stirling was at one time the only link to the Highlands and was the battleground for many wars over independence. Its looming castle is one of the premier royal residences from centuries past and once of the best preserved in the country. The Old Bridge and Bannockburn are other highly significant battle sites, while the Old Town Jail and Wallace Monument are also worth checking out.
Welcome to the Haymarket Hotel where a strong family presence and an experienced front of house management team with a combined 70 + years service in the Hotel industry are at your service.
Our aim is to to make sure your stay is comfortable, relaxing and stress free in an inviting, friendly and warm environment, let us look after you in our homely atmosphere leaving you to devote your energies to enjoying all that is best in our wonderful city.
The Haymarket Hotel is spread over 3 grade II Victorian town houses, built in the middle of the 19th century as part of the new town, they were primarily inhabited by wealthy merchants, businessmen and professionals of the day, we have sympathetically converted these historic buildings to offer 40 comfortable well appointed , modern bedrooms, whilst retaining the charm and character of the period.
Our sister Hotel, the Lairg, is situated on the same street , two doors up and offers a further 26 bedrooms also appointed to the highest of standards.
Your stay at The Haymarket Hotel would not be complete without a visit to our bar offering a good range of local beers and a wide selection of malt whisky’s, come in, relax and enjoy our renowned Scottish hospitality.
Originally built around 1882 The Caledonian Hotel is situated in the centre of Oban, located on the waterside next to the harbour, amid spectacular Scottish surroundings. This Oban hotel is an ideal base for exploring the Highlands of Scotland, with the isles and islands of West Scotland within a short ferry ride.
During the Second World War the hotel was used as a base by the Royal Navy, but it has long since been restored to offer all the comfort and luxury you could wish for. Each of the Caledonian’s 59 well appointed bedrooms has a nautical theme, in keeping with the hotel’s seafront location, with many providing stunning views overlooking Oban Bay to the mountains of Mull and Ardgour. Dining is available in Restaurant Caledonian and Top Deck Restaurant and Bar, which provides an intimate candlelit dining experience serving fantastic freshly prepared, locally sourced food. For a more relaxed setting the hotel’s Caledonian Cafe Bar serves a great selection of light snacks and meals throughout the day, with spectacular views of the bay and islands.
Known as the ‘Gateway to the Isles’, scenic views, deserted beaches and fascinating wildlife are found in abundance. There are many walking and running trails, fishing excursions and other outdoor activities to suit all the family. Oban is a great place for family holidays and you will enjoy recalling the memories of your visits for years to to come.
Skeabost Country House Hotel stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort and based only five minutes away from Portree. The Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Scottish Highlands and visiting the many local attractions.
The inviting Country House with stunning views and elegant public areas offers a homely welcome. On check-in why not treat yourself to a lovely home-made afternoon tea while you cosy up in front of the warm open fires?
More than two centuries ago Bonnie Prince Charlie used Culloden House as his lodging and battle headquarters prior to that fateful battle on Culloden Moor.
Today, this handsome Inverness luxury hotel stands in nearly 40 acres where you are free to wander about the woodland and private gardens to enjoy the exceptional peace, tranquility and majesty of the grounds.
Undoubtedly our greatest asset is the staff. Here Highland hospitality has been elevated to its highest art form without being “stuffy” nor too “proper” or reserved. After all you deserve, without compromise, the very best.
When Scottish tennis superstar Andy Murray acquired Cromlix, close to his hometown of Dunblane, it signalled not only a return to his roots but the chance to reinvent the glorious era of grand country house living.
Following extensive refurbishment, the US Open, Olympic and Wimbledon champion has transformed the elegant Victorian Perthshire mansion into a luxury 15-bedroom and Gate Lodge, five-star destination, ahead of the 2014 Ryder Cup, which is being staged a short drive away at Gleneagles
The hotel, which opened in Spring 2014, offers guests the chance to experience the sort of decadent lifestyle once enjoyed by the Lairds of Cromlix, redefined for the 21st century by sumptuous surroundings and impeccable yet discreet service.
Situated in beautiful countryside, just three miles from Dunblane, Cromlix is set in 34 acres of secluded woodlands and garden grounds, with its own chapel and house loch. The hotel boasts a Chez Roux restaurant, offering reasonable priced menus that focus on using seasonal locally sourced produce wherever possible, five suites and ten bedrooms, gate lodge accommodation, reception hall, two drawing rooms, conservatory, dining room, snooker and meeting rooms.
Elegantly re-designed to showcase much of the house’s original heritage, Cromlix has been furnished with specially-sourced Scottish antique furniture.
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