Hotels in Highlands and Islands, Scotland.
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Hotels in Highlands and Islands, Scotland.



Eilean Donan Castle

The next step of journey could take you to Aviemore, premier winter sport resort, one of five in Scotland, and then Inverness, the Highland capital. The most Northern city in Britain, Inverness has also enjoyed its fair share of historic moments through the ages, none more important to Scotland as the Battle of Culloden, which celebrated its 250th anniversary in 1996. This is one of the most beautiful areas of Scotland with the snow capped Cairngorm Mountains (the highest in Britain), Loch Ness with its mysterious Monster ‘Nessie’, and perhaps surprisingly some fine sandy beaches.

The most remarkable geological feature is the Great Glen, a vast rift valley which splits Scotland in two: its three deep lochs are connected by the Caledonian Canal. The grouse on the heather covered moor and the red deer on the forested hillside provide game for the sportsman The landscape is littered with relics of Iron Age forts and Bronze Age burial grounds such as the impressive stone cairns at Clava, ringed with a group of standing stones, Inverness also offers the same access to the Isle of Skye that the dejected Bonnie Prince Charlie chose in the aftermath of defeat.

To the north the moors and hills of Ross-shire and Sutherland, to the west, Loch Ness with its famous inhabitant. Continue down the Caledonian Canal to Fort William and Britain’s highest mountain Ben Nevis. The Region of Fort William and Lochaber must rank as one of the most sparsely populated areas in Britain and is blessed with spectacular scenery, a joy at any time of year.

Hotels in Highlands and Islands


Aberlour
Ben Aigen Hotel
Ardgay
Dunroamin Hotel
Aviemore
Aviemore Highland Resort
Aviemore Youth Hostel
Macdonald Four Seasons Hotel
Ballachulish
Ballachulish Hotel
Isles of Glencoe Hotel & Leisure Centre
Ballater
Deeside Hotel
Beauly
Caledonian Hotel
Broadford
Dunollie Hotel
Brora
Royal Marine Hotel
by Beauly
Mullardoch House Hotel
Caithness
Castle Arms Hotel
Campbeltown
White Hart hotel
Carrbridge
Dalrachney Lodge Hotel and Restaurant
Craignure
Isle Of Mull Hotel
Cromarty
Royal Hotel Cromarty
Dalwhinnie
Inn at Loch Ericht
Dingwall
Tulloch Castle Hotel
Dornoch
Dornoch Castle Hotel
Swallow Royal Golf Hotel
Dounby
Smithfield Hotel
Drumnadrochit
Drumnadrochit Hotel
Drumnadrochit, Inverness-shire
Polmaily House Hotel
Dundee
Craigtay Hotel
Dunkeld
Pend
Dunoon
St Ives Hotel
Durness
Mackays Rooms and Restaurant
Elgin
B&B Willowbank
Fort Augustus
Abbey Cottage Bed and Breakfast
Fort William
Inverlochy Castle
Inverlochy Castle
Ben Nevis Hotel & Leisure Club
Kismet Villa
Lodge On The Loch Hotel
Moorings Hotel
Onich Hotel
Fort William-Onich
Minotel Allt-nan-Ros
Grantown-on-Spey
Muckrach Lodge Hotel & Restaurant
The Eden House (luxury & organic B&B)
Helmsdale, Sutherland
Bridge Hotel
Inveraray
Argyll (Best Western)
Loch Fyne Hotel & Leisure Club
Invergarry
Glengarry Castle Hotel
Inverness
Achilty Hotel
Columba
Craigdarroch House Hotel
Craigdarroch Lodge Hotel
Drumossie Hotel
Dunain Park Hotel
Dunain Park Hotel
Glen Druidh House Hotel
Glen Mhor Hotel & Restaurant
Glenurquhart House Hotel
Inverness Marriott
Lodge - Daviot Mains

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