Arguably the most dramatic corner of the British Isles, Scotland is a captivating, almost fantasy land of rich history, fascinating cultural heritage and truly breathtaking wildernesses. With some of the most beautiful scenery anywhere in the world (and two of Britain's most revered National Parks), Scotland is home to snowcapped mountains, ancient forests, vast lakes, remote islands and stunning, windswept coasts. But Scotland offers much more than its natural wonders. Glasgow and Edinburgh are two of Europe's most dynamic cities and for a country of its size, the country has produced a staggering number of world-leading cultural figures, including Adam Smith, Alexander Fleming, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Robert Burns. There is truly something for everyone in Scotland; it is an utterly remarkable country in all respects, where perhaps the only disappointment can be is its weather!
Hotels In Scotland
The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh
First opened in 1902 and widely regarded to be one of Scotland's best hotels, The Balmoral Hotel is a sumptuous combination of elegance and style with an excellent, Michelin star restaurant, located on Princes Street in the very heart of the city. Book The Balmoral in Edinburgh!
Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond
Located on the banks of the stunning Loch Lomond and surrounded by breathtaking natural beauty, the Cameron House Hotel is a beautifully presented, luxury property with sensational leisure & spa facilities and a 27-hole golf. Book the Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond!
Gleneagles Hotel, nr Perth
Gleneagles Hotel lie within 850 acres of stunning countryside, offering 5* accommodation, a Michelin star restaurant, stunning leisure facilities and the world-renowned Championship golf courses for which the hotel is so famous. Book Gleneagles Hotel!
Grand Central Hotel, Glasgow
Occupying a landmark building in the centre of Glasgow, the Grand Central Hotel is an award-winning, newly renovated 4* property with excellent bedrooms and conference facilties, perfectly suited to both business and leisure guests. Book the Grand Central Hotel!
Inverlochy Castle, Fort William
Surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Highlands at the foot of Ben Nevis, the Inverlochy Castle is one of Scotland's finest hotels; a stunning, luxury property near Fort William. Book the Inverlochy Castle!
Things To Do In Scotland
Scotland's capital city, Edinburgh, is one of Europe's most beautiful cities. A captivating history combines with stunning architecture and world famous festivals, to make a memorable first stop on a trip to Scotland. Learn more about Edinburgh...
One of Britain's greatest destinations, Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city with a fascinating culture, an incredible art scene, a world class array of museums & galleries and perhaps the best shopping experience in the UK outside of London. Learn more about Glasgow...
Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places in the world, people have travelled to the Highlands for centuries to experience the breathtaking beauty of the Caingorms National Park and the intriguing mystery of Loch Ness! Equally enthralling though, are the wonderful people of Scotland, who make this remote region feel like a welcoming home away from home. Learn more about the Sottish Highlands...
Travel to Scotland
Scotland shares a border with England as part of the United Kingdom and there are a number of convenient ways to begin your journey through this fascinating country.
By air - Scotland is home to two of Britain's busiest airports, namely Edinburgh Airport (EDI) and Glasgow Airport (GLA). Both are serviced by major international airlines, though some visitors may find connecting flights from London Heathrow Airport (LHR) a more convenient option.
By rail - Travel by rail is very straightforward. Both Waverley Station in Edinburgh and Grand Central Station in Glasgow have frequent connections with London King's Cross and London Euston, as well as a number of other major British rail hubs.
By car - Scotland enjoys excellent motorway links with England, including the M6, which travels from Birmingham to the Scottish Border, before becoming the A74 (M) and M74, offering direct travel to Glasgow.