Scottish Accommodation 

After an exciting day of touring the beautiful mountains, castles and lochs of Scotland, you’ll want to get cosy and have a good night’s sleep. From stunning hotels to friendly guest houses, Best Scottish Tours ensure all accommodation providers offer a great Scottish welcome. Take a look below at some of our current providers. A warm fàilte awaits.

Included in all accommodation

Ensuite

Family-owned properties

Fresh local produce


  • Royal Hotel
  • Royal Hotel
  • Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel

The Royal Hotel Stornoway is situated just a few steps from the town centre, directly opposite the yacht marina. It was originally built in 1845, the year after the Matheson family purchased Lewis from the Mackenzie Trustees, the successors to the Earls of Seaforth. It’s possible that the Royal was a business enterprise of the Mathesons.  Outside you’re only a short stroll away from a footpath leading into paths and cycle tracks among the several square miles of wooded parklands and golf course that surround Lews Castle.  On the doorstep of the hotel, Stornoway has a wide range of facilities, including an interesting range of independent shops, harbours and the contemporary arts centre, An Lanntair.  Guests love the Royal Hotel for it's locaiton and outlook.

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  • Victoria Square
  • Victoria Square
  • Victoria Square

Victoria Square

Victoria Square

The award winning Victoria Square offers the luxury and service of a boutique hotel, but with the individual touch and warmth of welcome of a cosy bed and breakfast. Located in the shadow of Stirling Castle and within the Georgian and Victorian grandeur of the Kings Park conservation area, the setting could not be better for experiencing the historic heart of Scotland. In 2018 The Orangery Restaurant was opened making use of the beautifully and sympathetically rebuilt period conservatory and fabulous main dining room, offering guests a refined dining evening service. 

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  • Creggans Inn
  • Creggans Inn
  • Creggans Inn

Creggans Inn

Creggans Inn

The ’famous’ Creggans Inn was established in mid 1800’s at Creggans Point, on the east shore of Loch Fyne in Argyll. Previously owned by Sir Fitzroy Maclean and Lady Veronica Maclean, the former diplomat, politician, soldier and author purchased Strachur Estate, including The Creggans Inn, in 1957. . Due to his friendship with James Bond author Ian Flemming and his daring war exploits, Fitzroy is thought to have been an inspiration for the James Bond 007 character.  Archie & Gill MacLellan along with their family will be your hosts at Creggans Inn. Since their purchase of The Creggans Inn in 2008, Archie & Gill have been working hard to build a reputation for great food & drink and warm hospitality here on the shores of Loch Fyne. The Lounge is the perfect place after a days touring to sip a dram and watch the sunset over Loch Fyne.

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  • The Ship Inn
  • The Ship Inn
  • The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

The Ship Inn

Situated on the seafront in Elie, Fife, this charming small Inn is typical of the type of accommodaton in this region famous for its harbour fishing villages. 4 rooms have views out on to the beach and the bar is cosy and inviting. The restuarant is well known for providing excellent, locally sourced fish and seafood as well as using the best of Scottish seasonal ingredients.  A unique stay in a rural coastal location.

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  • Uig Hotel

Uig Hotel

Uig Hotel

With its stunning location sat on the hill above Uig bay, 5 minutes from the ferry port, the hotel and lodge make a perfect base for exploring North Skye before heading off to the Outer Hebrides, the Highlands and beyond.  The Fairy Glen can be found in the hills just behind the hotel while the Quiraing, Kilt Rock and the Old Man of Stor are an easy drive around the peninsula.  The scenery is spectacular and has provided the backdrop for many films including Stardust, Macbeth, Prometheuse and the most recent Spielberg's BFG.  The village of Uig is home to Uig Pottery and the Isle of Skye Brewerey.

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  • Coul House Hotel
  • Coul House Hotel

Coul House Hotel

Coul House Hotel

A jewel in the Northern Highlands, this family owned and run country house hotel has an incredible history. It’s beautiful architecture, extensive grounds and incredible views make it a perfect place to wind down. The restaurant offers a great seasonal menu and it’s interiors have been tastefully designed in a traditional style.

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  • Kintail Lodge
  • Kintail Lodge

Kintail Lodge

Kintail Lodge

This privately owned hotel is situated on the shores of Loch Duich on the road to the Isle of Skye and only 6 miles from Eilean Donan Castle. With beautiful loch views, it’s quality accommodation and outstanding cuisine and will leave you with a memorable experience. All bedrooms have been individually decorated to a high standard with either mountain or loch views. Both restaurant menus are designed around the fresh produce that is sourced in the area, with free range eggs from the local farm!

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  • Clan MacDuff
  • Clan MacDuff
  • Clan MacDuff
  • Clan MacDuff

Clan MacDuff

Clan MacDuff

We are an independent 4-star family run hotel 2 miles south of Fort William, overlooking the picturesque Loch Linnhe. With our comfortable accommodation and our Restaurant offering evening meals using quality Scottish produce, along with our Lounge bar offering over 50 Malt whisky's, 40 Scottish Gins, plus Scottish and local beers for you to enjoy.  Our personal approach from our friendly team will ensure your stay here in the highlands is a memorable one.

We hope to welcome you to the Clan MacDuff Hotel soon.

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  • Balmacara Mains Guesthouse
  • Balmacara Mains Guesthouse

Balmacara Mains Guesthouse

Balmacara Mains Guesthouse

This family run Guest House is located in an enviable position overlooking the Isle of Skye. The contemporary, stylish accommodation is situated on the shores of Lochalsh making the views unmissable. The breakfast area is a great place to enjoy the ever changing vista across to Skye. The guesthouse is a great base to explore the surrounding area.

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  • The Storehouse Kirkwall
  • The Storehouse Kirkwall
  • The Storehouse Kirkwall

The Storehouse Kirkwall

The Storehouse Kirkwall

Built in around 1880 as a herring and pork curing store the Storehouse is a grade B Listed Building situated just off Kirkwalls historic stone paved shopping street and very close to St Magnus Cathedral . In its lifetime, the 19th Century building was used as a herring and pork curing station and then it was owned by the Leonard family and was a print works with stationery, toys and china storage (original signage and items form this time can be seen around the building). In recent years it mainly lay in a state of neglect until Judith Glue and David Spence bought it in 2011.The building has been renovated to a very high standard, with unique and original details throughout (look for the original wooden posts and huge beams are from sail masted ships- possibly wrecks). The restaurant serves local Orkney produce which is made in an open kitchen with a menu that also reflects the nature and history of this fantastic building.

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  • Kylesku Hotel
  • Kylesku Hotel

Kylesku Hotel

Kylesku Hotel

Kylesku Hotel is a boutique hotel and restaurant in the northwest Scottish Highlands, specialising in ultra-local seafood, meats and produce. It is one of the oldest family-run independent hotels in Scotland. It dates back to at least 1883 and is a former coaching inn and much-loved stopover for generations of Highland travellers. Like many an old hotel, Kylesku Hotel has a colourful history, with famous past visitors including the notorious Red Army Faction members, Andreas Baader and Ulrike Meinhof. Mysteriously, they appear to have signed the visitors’ book while they were on the run from the German secret service.

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  • Harris Hotel
  • Harris Hotel

Harris Hotel

Harris Hotel

This well-established hotel, has been family owned and run for over 100 years.  It offers traditional island hospitality, superb food and a relaxing atmosphere. Rooms are a mixture of contemporary and traditional styles and the restaurant offers traditional food with contemporary flair. After a memorable day sightseeing you can try a malt whisky from a bar that stocks the largest selection in the Outer Hebrides!

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  • Pennygate Lodge
  • Pennygate Lodge

Pennygate Lodge

Pennygate Lodge

Pennygate Lodge, first build in 1831, is a handsome former Georgian Manse situated in Craignure, on the Isle of Mull. Lovingly restored by Fiona and Tony, the owners, Pennygate Lodge stands proudly amongst extensive lawn areas and gardens, with a wonderful view over Craignure Bay. The rooms contain beautiful décor and have been designed with the ultimate level of comfort and relaxation in mind. Dinner at Pennygate Lodge is a real treat, with a chance to taste the Isle of Mull's finest produce. A spectacular setting for your stay on Mull.

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  • Dunkeld House Hotel
  • Dunkeld House Hotel
  • Dunkeld House Hotel

Dunkeld House Hotel

Dunkeld House Hotel

Dunkeld House Hotel, nestled in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland, is a luxurious country house hotel that offers a serene escape from the hustel and bustle of city life. Set on 280 acres of well-maintained and natural woodland the hotel overlooks the wide and fast-flowing River Tay, renowned for its famous salmon fishing.  Whether you seek a romantic weekend getaway or and advenutre-filled short break, Dunkeld House Hotel caters to your desires.

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