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Our Scotland hotels offer a truly unique experience rich in national heritage, enthralling culture and much, much more! Discover the Scottish blend of romantic glens, cosmopolitan cities and secluded islands, as well as exploring medieval castles, historic ruins and fascinating museums.
With the chance to visit Glasgow’s vibrant art scene, sample the famous Malt Whisky and relax in the tranquil highlands – Scotland is a truly wonderful destination for a short break any time of the year.
- A vibrant city and the cultural hub of Scotland, Edinburgh boasts an abundance of sights and attractions just waiting to be discovered. Visit Edinburgh Castle, hike up Arthurs Seat, shop ‘til you drop on Princes Street or for regal day out head to the spectacular Holyrood Palace.
- Set sail to one of the Scottish Isles for a tranquil retreat with beautifully secluded surroundings. From the famous Isle of Skye and its impressive Cuillin mountain range, to the stunning coastline on the Isle of Mull – these iconic islands are not to be missed.
- Discover Scotland’s favourite seaside destination in Ayr, or why not try your luck at the famous Ayr Racecourse. If maritime attractions are more your thing, Dundee’s HMS Unicorn and RRS Discovery are the place for you.
- For picturesque landscapes and rolling hills, The Scottish Highlands and its towering mountains are the obvious choice.
- Find an impressive port and an old distillery in Oban on the North West, or head to Dumfries and Galloway for historic battlefields and captivating medieval castles.
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Whatever brings you to Scotland’s ‘Granite City’; be it the rich history or impressive visitor attractions, our Aberdeen hotels will ensure a short break to remember. Aberdeen’s history trail offers rich heritage at the Aberdeen Maritime Museum, gothic architecture of the Marischal College and fine art for free at the Aberdeen Art Gallery. After a busy day sightseeing, relax and unwind in one of our many hotels in Aberdeen; plus get your visit off to a relaxing start by booking your rail travel with us too. We have a variety of Aberdeen hotels for you to choose from, ranging from convenient and modern city centre Aberdeen hotels to romantic and traditional retreats in the surrounding area. Our city centre hotels in Aberdeen are perfect for exploring Union Street’s 800 stores, sampling delicious cuisine in Aberdeen’s quality restaurants or catching live acts at The Lemon Tree Cafe Bar. Or head further afield and discover the Cairngorms National Park, tranquil lochs, stunning glens and unique mountain landscape, plus visit the nearby beach on Aberdeen’s rugged coastline or enjoy a round of golf on one of the many local courses. Whatever you want to do and wherever you want to be, you will be spoilt for choice when booking hotels in Aberdeen with us.
Located in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore offers spectacular scenery, fantastic outdoor activities, great visitor attractions and an excellent range of Aviemore hotels. There are also great shopping opportunities and an excellent selection of places to eat, drink and relax. Close to many of our hotels in Aviemore you will find plenty of things to see and do. Visit Aviemore Kart Raceway, Strathspey Steam Railway, the Highland Wildlife Park, and the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre. Experience the Cairngorm Brewery tours, take a trip on the Cairngorm Mountain Railway or enjoy a unique and exhilarating Sleddog trip. Whatever you want to do and wherever you want to be, you will be spoilt for choice when booking hotels in Aviemore with us. Located at the foot of the Cairngorm Mountains, many of our hotels in Aviemore provide the perfect base for exploring the great outdoors or enjoying the fabulous range of facilities on offer inside the hotels. We have a great range of Aviemore hotels to suit all budgets and needs, whether you’re looking for a fun-filled family holiday or a relaxing short getaway. Many of our Aviemore hotels feature great leisure facilities, spas, golf courses and superb restaurants so you can make the most of your break away.
Booking a hotel in Ayr will set you in the heart of one of Scotland’s most popular seaside resorts, surrounded by spectacular scenery, ancient castles and a wealth of visitor attractions. Sports fans will feel right at home, with plenty of high quality golf courses close by at Belleisle, Seafield and Dalmilling, as well as opportunities to try your luck at the famous Ayr Racecourse.
Whilst staying in one of our fantastic hotels in Ayr, be sure to take a trip to one of the area’s most popular attractions and sights.
- Surrounded by wild seas, lush greenery and secrets gardens, Culzean Castle and Country Park is the perfect place for a day out in Ayr. A vision of spectacular turrets and 16th Century architecture, this must-see Scottish castle stands proudly on the dramatic clifftops overlooking the Firth of Clyde.
- The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is a fascinating museum dedicated to the famous Scottish bard. Visit the iconic Burns cottage where the poet was born, see the amazing landmarks where his work was set, and explore the beautiful gardens complete with an elegant monument created in his honour.
- Ayr Racecourse is renowned for its superb horse racing events with most of Scotland’s prestigious races, including the Scottish Grand National and the Ayr Gold Cup taking place here.
With an array of intriguing towns and villages and surrounding by the beautiful rolling hills of Scotland, the Clyde Valley has it all. Walk along the banks of the River Clyde, visit the magnificent Clyde Waterfall or relax in the heritage village of New Lanark. With just a short journey to the sights and attractions of Glasgow and Edinburgh, the Clyde Valley is an excellent base for exploring the wonders of Scotland.
Take a relaxing break in Scotland by choosing one of our fantastic hotels in Dumfries and Galloway. With rolling moorland at Criffel hill, majestic woodland at the Forest of Ae and picturesque coastal resorts such as Hestan Island, this enchanting region is an idyllic destination for a short break in Scotland.
Boasting medieval castles, historic battlefields and fascinating ruins, booking a Dumfries hotel offers visitors the chance to see a variety of popular Scottish attractions.
- Discover the many extraordinary castles still standing in the Dumfries and Galloway region, including the triangular moated Caerlaverock Castle, the majestic Drumlanrig Castle and the 14th century Threave Castle situated on an island in the River Dee.
- As the largest in the region, Dumfries Museum is a must when visiting the area. With its impressive collection of local artefacts relating to the pre-historic era, this is one Scottish museum you won’t regret visiting.
- Founded in 1275, Scotland’s Sweetheart Abbey was established in honour of Lady Dervorgilla of Galloway’s husband, John Balliol. The abbey now stands as a remarkably complete ruin promising a fascinating look at Scotland’s past.
As Scotland’s fourth largest city, hotels in Dundee make a brilliant choice for taking a short break in Scotland. As well as retaining much of its sea faring and industrial heritage, the city offers a modern city escape with plenty of opportunities for a spot of retail therapy too.
The HMS Unicorn and RRS Discovery also offer visitors a chance to experience two magnificent Scottish maritime attractions on the shores of the River Tay and Dundee’s picturesque Victoria Dock.
The surrounding area of Dundee also provides a fantastic selection of hotels in Angus, complete with breath-taking scenery, tranquil coastal retreats and the chance to see some of the county’s best-loved sights and attractions.
- Discover an abundance of historic castles, abbeys and religious houses including Glamis Castle, Arbroath Abbey and Brechin Cathedral.
- A visit to Carnoustie is perfect for golfers and sports enthusiasts alike. A renowned championship golf course, Carnoustie Golf Links is steeped in history, heritage and sporting traditions.
- Established in the 18th century, the House of Dun is a beautiful Georgian building surrounded by beautiful gardens and woodlands – a truly elegant attraction for a day out in Angus.
- Step back in time to rural life in Scotland at the Angus Folk Museum. Complete with fascinating objects and charming cottages, you can discover what life in the Angus countryside was like 200 years ago.
Discover all the capital city of Scotland has to offer with our amazing Edinburgh hotels. From the beautiful Lothian countryside to the cosmopolitan historic centre – Edinburgh has it all.
Whether you‘re flying from Edinburgh and require an airport hotel, looking to explore the city’s many wonderful attractions, or heading to the rolling hills, towns and villages of The Lothians, a short break in this vibrant and diverse city is a guaranteed hit.
- With a lively cultural scene including an array of international festivals, plus a choice of fascinating historic attractions and a vibrant shopping scene on Princes Street – Edinburgh city centre has plenty to keep you entertained on a short break. Pay a visit Edinburgh Castle or Holyrood Palace for a historic day out, or if you’re feeling adventurous climb to the top of Arthur’s Seat for spectacular views across the city.
- Explore the tranquil countryside of The Lothians – the ideal place for a gentle stroll or a hiking challenge along the Pentland Hills. Rich with ancient castles and century-old battle grounds, The Lothians also boast miles of golden beaches along the coast and abundance of fantastic golf courses.
- Edinburgh Airport is located only 8 miles west of the city with flights to over 85 destinations worldwide making it a popular choice for European short breaks. Take the stress out of flying by choosing one of our handy and convenient Edinburgh airport hotels.
Surrounded by picturesque landscapes, unspoilt coastlines, famous landmarks and an array of popular visitor attractions, our hotels in Fife are the ideal choice for a short break in Scotland. From the ancient towns of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy to charming St Andrews and the quaint fishing villages of East Neuk, this historic county has it all.
Booking one of our Fife hotels offers you the chance to discover some of Scotland’s most amazing sights and attractions.
- A library, museum, art gallery and visitor centre in one; Kirkcaldy Museum and Art Gallery showcases a stunning collection of ‘moments in time’ from the surrounding area.
- Once a Scottish Royal Palace, Dunfermline Abbey and Palace boasts a fascinating past stretching way back to the 11th century. Today it stands as an important and impressive ruin in Fife.
- St Andrews – The Home of Golf, and also the home of a spectacular castle and Cathedral, is a picturesque coastal town steeped with Scottish history, heritage and culture. Wander along the cobbled streets, explore the wonderful West Sands or try your hand at a game of golf to discover why this charming Scottish town attracts so many guests from across the globe each year.
Glasgow is a vibrant city offering a rich art scene with over 200 art organisations, stunning architecture, chic boutiques and an array of stylish Glasgow hotels. Explore the impressive works of Charles Rennie Mackintosh whose style adorns much of the architecture throughout the city, as well as some of the best shopping in the UK and the most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland. Make sure your visit is action packed by combining one of our hotels in Glasgow with return rail or tickets to top attractions. A world class cultural scene can be found close to most of our hotels in Glasgow and there is no shortage of great places to eat and drink. But don’t forget that our wide choice of Glasgow hotels feature elegant restaurants and bars too, and offer all the facilities you need to ensure an enjoyable and relaxing stay. We offer a wide selection of hotels in Glasgow to suit a range of needs, from luxurious 5 star properties through to mid priced and budget options. Many of our Glasgow hotels are located in the heart of this cosmopolitan city, and provide an ideal base for exploring the area. Visit the great museums and galleries in the city centre, many of which are free. Alternatively venture further afield and enjoy the magnificent scenery with the beautiful Clyde Valley hills, breathtaking views of East Dunbartonshire and many historic towns and villages that surround Glasgow.
Book one of our Grampian hotels for a magnificent short break in Scotland’s world-renowned stunning highlands. From castles, whiskey and golf in Aberdeen to endless rolling hills, forests and woodlands across Aberdeenshire, you’ll have plenty to keep you entertained in the Grampian region.
- Head to CairnGorms National Park and take in the amazing wild landscapes or try your hand at a range of outdoor activities from gentle strolls and hiking to skiing and snowboarding down CairnGorm Mountain.
- Proudly renowned as Castle Country, Aberdeenshire is home to more than 300 amazing Scottish castles. Visit the gloomy ancient ruins of Dunnottar Castle in Stonehaven, the fairy-tale inspired Craigievar Castle in Alford, or the romantic Balmoral Castle where Queen Victoria stayed with her beloved Prince Albert.
- Boasted a breath-taking rugged coastline, the Grampian region is perfect for a seaside break anytime of the year. Enjoy the picturesque shores of Balmedie, marvel at the sweeping sands of Cruden Bay or take a snap of the fascinating lighthouse at Rattray Head.
This modern city in the Highlands of Scotland offers spectacular scenery, great shopping, fantastic pubs and restaurants, beautiful parks, a castle and an array of Inverness Hotels. Inverness lies in an enviable location at the top of the Great Glen, close to Loch Ness and its famous monster! Get your Inverness short break off to a relaxing start by booking hotels in Inverness and rail travel with us too. We offer a great range of Inverness hotels that provide a fantastic base for exploring the area. Our Inverness hotels range from convenient and modern city centre hotels to romantic and picturesque retreats in the surrounding Highlands. Our city centre hotels in Inverness are perfect for exploring the nearby shops in Eastgate II or the Victorian Market in the Old Town. You could also take in a show at Eden Court Theatre, admire Inverness Castle and St Andrew’s Cathedral, visit the Culloden Battlefield or take a boat trip to the Moray Firth and hopefully catch a glimpse of some bottlenose dolphins. Whatever you want to do and wherever you want to be, you will be spoilt for choice when booking hotels in Inverness with us.
Nestled in the glorious beauty of one of the largest National Parks in Scotland, Loch Lomond is the largest expanse of inland water in Britain and we’ve got an excellent choice of Loch Lomond hotels to pick from when visiting this sublime location. The eastern shore is dominated by the towering Ben Lomond, the most climbed mountain in Scotland and a popular destination for walkers and visitors staying in our hotels in Loch Lomond. To explore the beauty of the loch from a range of vistas when staying in one of our Loch Lomond hotels, be sure to discover the quaint towns dotted around the waters edge including Drymen, home to The Clachan pub which claims to be the oldest pub in Scotland. Our hotels in Loch Lomond are the perfect base for enjoying the fantastic range of leisure activities the loch has to offer. From wind-surfing to jet-skiing, water sports are extremely popular and our Loch Lomond hotels are the perfect retreat after a tiring day out on the water. The loch is also home to the Loch Lomond Golf Club, situated on the south western shore, which has previously hosted the international Scottish Open. Whether exploring on water or on land, our range of hotels in Loch Lomond are perfect for discovering this breathtaking terrain.
Whether you’re looking for Oban hotels or Fort William hotels, discover the stunning north-west coast of Scotland on a short break with SuperBreak. Visit Oban’s port – the largest in the area, explore the dramatic shores of Loch Linnhe at Fort William, or experience the vast wilderness and towering mountains in the Scottish Highlands.
- McCaig’s Tower is a must-visit amphitheatre in the town of Oban. After making the climb to this iconic landmark, you’ll be greeted with remarkable views across the bay and Atlantic Islands.
- At the historic Oban Distillery you can witness first-hand the traditional craftsmanship of whisky production used in this charming coastal town since 1794. Finish the tour with drams of the Oban 14 year old West Highland Malt.
- As the highest mountain in the British Isles, Ben Nevis attracts more 200,000 visitors each year with many hoping to walk, hike or even climb some or all of the famous ascent. Standing 1,344 metres above sea level, you’re guaranteed spectacular views of the beautiful Scottish Highlands no matter which route you take.
Once the capital of Scotland, Perth is now a vibrant cosmopolitan city full of rich historic tales stretching back over 800 years. With our hotels in Perth, you can easily explore all this city has to offer whilst taking in its bustling atmosphere and extraordinary past.
Enjoy a relaxing break by staying in one of our comfortable Perth hotels, perfect for discovering all of the city’s wonderful sights and attractions.
- With so much to see and do, there’s no wonder Scone Palace is one of Perth’s most popular attractions! See the Stone of Destiny where many of Scotland’s kings were crowned, or take a tour to discover the Palace’s unique collection of historic artefacts.
- Over the year’s Huntingtower Castle has played host to some very famous visitors including Mary Queen of Scots, as well as being the setting for various dramatic events. It’s also home to Scotland’s oldest surviving painted ceilings.
Our hotels in Pitlochry make an excellent base for visiting the stunning Scottish landscape. Popular with walkers, this Victorian town is nestled in the heart of Scotland, and is surrounded by rugged countryside and mountains including Ben Vrackie and Schiehallion. All of our Pitlochry hotels provide easy access to the magnificent outdoors and modern attractions too. The Pitlochry Damn and Salmon Ladder is one of Scotland’s top attractions. A popular destination for visitors staying in our hotels in Pitlochry, this hydro-electric damn was designed to create the Loch Faskally and to allow local salmon to continue their journey upstream along the River Tummel. A major cultural attraction for those staying in our Pitlochry hotels is the Pitlochry Festival Theatre, which is unique in offering visitors a different show each night of the week. Our hotels in Pitlochry also provide easy access to the nearby village of Blair Atholl, which is home to the Atholl Country Life Museum and the striking white-clad Blair Castle. The castle gardens are magnificent and feature a walled garden, a wooded grove and a red deer park. Whichever of our Pitlochry hotels you choose this charming Victorian town is an excellent location for your Scottish escape.
Brimming with fascinating heritage, picturesque landscapes and plenty of outdoor activities, our Scottish Borders hotels offer visitors the perfect short break experience.
Discover rolling mountains, historic castles and traditional museums, as well as taking the time to walk, cycle or hike your way round the sights.
- Visit the magnificent Melrose Abbey and explore these famous Scottish ruins. Marvel at the extravagant beautiful masonry and discover the place where Robert the Bruce’s heart is thought to be buried.
- For the active minded, hop on your bicycle and head to Glentress Forest. Described as mountain biking mecca, you’ll find this adventurous destination in the heart of the striking Tweed Valley.
- Wildlife enthusiasts can admire and explore the wonderful array of woodland trails and hidden coastal reserves on offer in the Scottish Borders, from Cragbank Woods to St Abb’s Head.
For awe-inspiring scenery, captivating history and a unique island experience, choose one of our Scottish Island hotels. Renowned for their delectably fresh seafood, amazing outdoor activities and selection of fascinating museums, castles and monuments, the Scottish Isles are a must-visit destination in Scotland.
Discover the beautiful area of Argyll and the surrounding Isles for whole host of incredible things to see and do.
- A true natural beauty of Scotland, the Isle of Skye boasts an abundance of wildlife, history and plenty of outdoor activities to keep you entertained on a short break. Attracting thousands of hillwalkers looking to tackle the impressive Cuillin mountain range, this highland beauty with its many lochs, fields of heather and picturesque peaks is perfect for adventurous escape.
- As the largest of the Argyll Isles, the Isle of Mull offers guests more than 300 miles of coastline to discover. Head to the town of Tobermory to see the iconic colourful buildings along the waterfront – well known for its part in the children’s TV show Balamory.
- For a destination where you can relax and unwind, the Isle of Arran is the perfect choice. Home to rolling hills, mountainous lands and sandy bays, this Scottish Isle is a guaranteed hit and the most easily accessible of them all.
Book one of our Stirling, Falkirk and Dunblane hotels and discover an eclectic mix of Scottish culture, heritage and history.
From Scotland’s youngest city, Stirling and its old town feel, to Falkirk and its 15th century Blackness Castle, and not forgetting the hometown of Scottish professional tennis player, Andy Murray – all three destinations offer a variety of things to see and do.
- With a large fortress and medieval old-town, Stirling offers visitors a unique and fascinating city break in Scotland. Head to Stirling Castle for panoramic views of the River Forth and the National Wallace Monument, as well as Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
- Set between Edinburgh and Glasgow, the town of Falkirk is bustling with both historic tales and an engineering masterpiece. Visit the giant Falkirk Wheel standing at 115ft tall, see the 2nd century Roman Antonine Wall, or visit the impressive Callendar House to see how the Victorians of Scotland lived.
- A small and picturesque town north of Stirling, Dunblane is charming destination boasting a magnificent 13th century gothic Cathedral, the oldest library in Scotland complete with more than 4000 books, and of course, Andy Murrays Gold Post Box.
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