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    11 Belford Place in Edinburgh has 2 Double/Twin rooms and 1 Double room and is owned by Lady Sue Kinross who has created tranquil surroundings and gardens which guests can enjoy at their leisure. All bedrooms are tastefully decorated with ample storage and modern en-suite bathrooms. Each room is equipped with a TV, free Wi-Fi internet access, hairdryer, and tea and coffee making facilities, including a mini-fridge. Continental or fully cooked breakfast (which includes Stornoway black pudding, and oven baked croissants). Catering available for specific dietary needs if notified in advance. The location has excellent transport links with easy access to Haymarket station, the airport and Lothian bus routes. There is free on-site car parking and secure luggage storage available.

    A-1 Playfair House is a hostel at 8 Blenheim Place, Royal Terrace, Edinburgh. It is a historic town house built in 1821 in the New Town Preservation area.

    Abbotshill House on the North East Fife/Perthshire border on the edge of Newburgh, is an imposing, period property (circa 1843) offering four-star self-catering, holiday accommodation for up to eight people in four bedrooms. All have a colour television plus video or DVD, drinks cooler, hair dryer and a teasmaid. There are magnificent views over Newburgh, to the Carse of Gowrie, and the Sidlaw Hills beyond.

    Aberdour Hotel, Fife is a family-run Hotel situated in one of Fife's picturesque coastal villages. It specialises in traditional cooking and real ales. In the days before railways and the motor car, it was a staging-post for stage coaches and so has a courtyard and stable block. Although the buildings date back to the 17th century, all the recently refurbished sixteen bedrooms have ensuite facilities.

    Ach na skia Croft provides self catering chalets and a cottage on the rugged and beautiful west coast of the Scottish Highlands at Arisaig. All the properties face towards the sea and have panoramic views towards the islands of Eigg, Rum and the Isle of Skye. Onsite facilities include games and childrens play area, indoor games room, sauna and steam room. The Web site has an extensive section on things to see and do in the area.

    Adelphi Guest House is a family-run Bed and Breakfast in Aberdeen near the city centre. All rooms have Sky TV and tea/coffee making facilities and there is a babysitting/baby listening service available. The owners are happy to advise vistors on getting the most out of your time in Aberdeen and the glorious Highland and Royal Deeside countryside. Scottish Tourist Board 3 Star Award.

    Airds Hotel, Port Appin, Argyll (approximately 20 miles north of Oban and 27 miles south of Fort William) is a family run, luxury 4-star hotel and gourmet restaurant (awarded three Rosettes by the AA and the head chef has won Best Gourmet Menu over £50 at The Scottish Chef Awards 2006). There are special themed weekends and culinary experiences and painting holidays. There are twelve bedrooms, all of which are individually decorated with designer fabrics and wallpapers and flat screen televisions with satellite channels and DVD players are a feature of all bedrooms. See also the review at Great Places to Stay by travel writer Vivien Devlin on the Rampant Scotland site.

    AllanBank Bed and Breakfast in Eyemouth provides 4 star accommodation, offering double/twin/super king/single en-suite accommodation. All rooms at AllanBank are situated on the first floor where the diningroom/lounge is also situated. AllanBank Bed and Breakfast is situated in a conservation area but only a short walk from Eyemouth's bustling harbour, coastal path, town centre. Recommended on tripadvisor.

    Allison House Hotel, Edinburgh is a traditional 3-star, 23 en-suite bedroom budget hotel in Edinburgh in a central location. All bedrooms have been extensively modernised and have private shower/bathrooms as well as TV, telephone, trouser press and complimentary tea and coffee. And all guests enjoy that most valuable commodity in Edinburgh, free off street parking!

    Altassmore Holiday Cottages in Sutherland have a garden, courtyard, parking and barbecue area and each has a small patio and garden furniture. One cottage is adapted for wheelchair access. There are good facilities for golf with a number of courses within easy reach. The area is rich in wildlife and trout fishing can be arranged, subject to availability.

    Altdarroch Farm Cottages Kinlocheil, By Fort William are self-catering cottages set above beautiful Loch Eil on Scotland's famous "Road to the Isles", which runs between Fort William and Mallaig. The three cottages are located within easy reach of the town of Fort William and, in the other direction, Glenfinnan.

    Altnaharra Hotel was originally a drover’s inn with a history dating back to the 17th Century. It has been attracting fishing and shooting enthusiasts from far and wide for over 170 years, earning itself a much-deserved reputation as a first class sporting destination, offering first class fishing on numerous local rivers and lochs. They can can also arrange a variety of stalking and woodcock holidays and days for shooting parties. Their highly acclaimed restaurant, aims to treat guests to the best dining experience with menus that change daily and focus on local produce. All 14 en-suite bedrooms has been uniquely designed and decorated to be in keeping with the traditional highland style of the hotel. There are also self catering cottages and log cabin

    Alyth Hotel in Perthshire is less than 20 miles from Perth and Dundee, between Blairgowrie and Forfar. The hotel is situated in the town square at the centre of Alyth, overlooking the Alyth Burn. Alyth Hotel was formely a coaching Inn incorporating the town's principle coffee house and still has an attractive restaurant. All 12 rooms are en-suite with tea and coffee making facilities and television.

    Anchor Hotel, in the heart of Tarbert, Loch Fyne in one of Argyll's most popular resorts in an idyllic waterside setting at the head of the harbour. The hotel now boasts a new sauna and sunbed. The restaurant has Scottish seafood specialities such as lobster, scallops and langoustines, along with traditional venison, lamb and Scottish beef. The hotel is personally run by resident chef-proprietor Carolyn MacDonald.

    Aonach Mor provides self-catering holiday homes for vacation rental on the shores of Loch Ness within Fort Augustus Abbey. The 2 bedroom apartment (sleeping up to 4 people) has wonderful views across the grounds and to the glorious mountains beyond. The village is just a short stroll from the apartment and has plenty of restaurants, bars and shops available and the Caledonian Canal runs through the village.

    Ardanair is a modern self catering bungalow on the shores of Loch Kanaird, 3 miles from Ullapool. The house has direct access down steps to the pebbled beach and enjoys dramatic views across the bay towards the Isle of Martin and the Summer Isles - and the Web site has a great photo gallery illustrating the surrounding area.

    Ardanaiseig Hotel ten miles from Taynuilt on the shores of Loch Awe in the North West Highlands of Scotland, is more of a private home, open to guests who will appreciate sharing the wonderful hospitality, and lingering magical Celtic atmosphere. In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on Ardanaiseig Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

    Arden Guest House is situated at the West End of Kingussie within reach of the town centre. Surrounded by its own garden with a large car park, the Highland Victoria Vill retains many period features ina tranquil setting. There are five en-suite bedrooms including a family suite consisting of a single bedroom and a large room with a double and single bed, a front facing room with a double and a single bed, a double bedroom, and a twin room, all with shower en-suites. Another front facing room has a king size bed and a large bathroom with a Victorian roll top bath. Facilities include internet access (wireless) throughout the house, ironing & drying facilities and a lock-up for bicycles.

    Ardlui Retreat has a five-star luxury holiday house and three luxury lodges on the banks of Loch Lomond at its northernmost tip in the village of Ardlui. There is private, lochside accommodation to suit parties of all sizes and there are special offers available throughout the year. Alt-Na-Lairag holiday house features four double/twin bedrooms (one en-suite), huge dining kitchen, dining room, spacious sitting room, cinema lounge with plasma TV and satellite, sauna & hot tub and utility room all with modern furniture, fittings and fixtures. Each of the three Loch Lomond Lodges can sleep up to six adults.

    Self catering property at Ardnacross, is on a 1200 acre farming estate on North East coast of the the Isle of Mull. There are three separate self catering houses of different sizes - the "Farmhouse" sleeps twelve, the "Square" is for up to six people and there is one bedroom in the "Dairy". The Web site has useful pages on activities in the area and a history of Ardnacross.

    Ardoch Cottage is in the charming village of Gartocharn at the southern end of Loch Lomond and provides award-winning, bed & breakfast accommodation with Four Star Grading from the Scottish Tourist Board. The cottage was originally a toll house on the old military road running between Stirling and Dumbarton Castles and has been restored by the present owners and all three bedrooms have en-suite WC/shower, television and Tea/Coffee making facilities.

    Ardoch Cottage, Orchil Castle, near Braco, Perthshire is a luxury self-catering cottage sleeping 6, in a modern, self-contained wing of this Victorian castle on a beautiful, 35-acre, private estate. There are beautiful views over the Ochil hills and wildlife is abundant, including ospreys which fish on the castle's loch. Nearby is the site of the Ardoch Roman fort and Crieff is not far away.

    Argyll Arms, Bunessan, Isle of Mull, Argyll is right on the waterfront in some of the most beautiful scenery in the world. The hotel lies at the southern point of Mull, close to the Isle of Iona, famous for its beautiful Abbey and links to Saint Columba. The hotel is therefore a particularly ideal place to stay for those wishing to visit Iona.

    Atholl Hotel, Aberdeen is four star hotel in the West End of the Granite City, just minutes from the City Centre. VisitScotland Four Star rating, AA 3 star rating. The hotel offers good facilities, with restaurant, bar and function rooms and High Speed Broadband Internet Access in all 35 bedrooms.

    Atholl Arms Hotel is a small three-star hote in Dunkeld, Perthshire built in 1833, with many original features, some dating back to 1844. There is a private seated garden overlooking the River Tay. Warm and inviting log fires in the lounge and bars and a ull restaurant, bar and an open lounge serving food and drinks all day long and into the evening hours. All 17 rooms are en-suite and tastefully decorated in keeping with the character of this fine Georgian building.

    Auchrannie Country House Hotel, Brodick, Isle of Arran was formerly the home of the Dowager Duchess of Hamilton, widow of the Right Honourable Sir William Alexander Louis Stephen Douglas Hamilton, Twelfth Duke of Hamilton and Earl of Arran. In 1990 an additional 16 bedrooms, leisure facilities, bistro and function suite were added. Scottish Tourist Board "five crown highly commended" (at the time of writing, the only one on the Isle of Arran). There are also traditionally built lodges set within Auchrannie's grounds (Scottish Tourist Board graded "5 Crown deluxe"). Auchrannie lodges are affiliated to Resorts Condominiums International (R.C.I.).

    Averon offers bed and breakfast accommodation in central Edinburgh, 10 minutes walk from the castle and Princes Street. Built in 1770 the Averon Guest House is an example of a Georgian town house and retains much of the original character. Most rooms are en-suite and there is free parking in a car park to the rear of the guest house. There is a walled garden and orchard where guests can relax.

    Aviemore Home - are newly built self-catering cottages which are ideal for families or friends holidaying together. Set next to one another in a quiet cul de sac, they are very well furnished and equipped to a high standard with each house boasting its own hot tub.

    Aviemore House is a 5-star, luxury, new-build house with five bedrooms, all with en suite bathrooms, situated within the Rothiemurchus Estate and just a short walk from the centre of Aviemore in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. The house is positioned at the foot of the Cairngorm Mountains on the Cairngorm Ski Road, making it an ideal base for skiing, snowboarding, walking, golf, fishing and other outdoor activities.

    Avonlea provides bed and breakfast accommodation in the quiet outskirts of Portree, Skye, overlook the hills that surround the chief town on the island. Rooms are spacious and all have ensuite facilities. There is one single room, one twin and one double room available from April to October each year.

    Backmarch House is a former Georgian farmhouse built in 1829 which has been renovated to provide quality bed and breakfast accommodation in central Rosyth in Fife (just over the Forth Bridges and not far from Edinburgh. AA and Scottish Tourist Board 4-star rating.

    Balannan Holiday Cottage, Castle Douglas, is set in the heart of the Dumfries and Galloway countryside on a working beef and sheep farm. The cottage is a single storey building, set in it's own spacious garden, and thirty years ago it would have been the home of the farm tractor man. Scottish Tourist Board 3-star.

    Balcarres in Fort William is set in an elevated position in a quiet cul-de-sac. It commands spectacular views over Loch Linnhe and the Morven hills. The owners were born and bred in Fort William and have that essential local knowledge to be able to answer any questions you may have about the area.

    Balbirnie House Hotel, Markinch, Fife is a listed Grade 'A' Georgian country house dating from 1777 in a 416-acre estate and country park landscaped in the style of Capability Brown which includes specimen trees, a collection of rhododendrons, manicured lawns, picturesque flowering borders and trimmed yew hedges. The Scottish Tourist Board has awarded has 5 Crowns Deluxe and the hotel won the 1995 Regional Hotel of the Year award and the 1996 Macallan/Taste of Scotland Hotel of the Year Award.

    Ballachulish Hotel was built in 1640 and is an historic country estate within view of Ben Nevis, close to the Great Glen, and within a stone's throw of Lochs Linnie and Leven. This restored country house offers en suite rooms with Scottish cuisine in a relaxing atmosphere. The house is noted as the site formally occupied by Captain Campbell who was ordered to carry out the massacre in Glencoe. Ballachulish is also famous for the Appin murder, immortalized by Robert Louis Stevenson's "Kidnapped" - Ballachulish House was once home to the Stuarts of Appin.

    Ballater Holiday Cottages on Royal Deeside are close to the centre of the village. There are two cottages - one is a traditional, granite house sleeping up to six people and the other has a comfortable lounge with open fire, a dining kitchen and one double bedroom. Ballater itself is an attractive village with many interesting shops and restaurants, many of which are "By Appointment" to members of the royal family (who live close by at Balmoral Castle).

    Ballathie House in the breathtaking Perthshire countryside near Kinclaven, was previously renowned in its Edwardian heyday as a sporting estate where eminent visitors and royalty were entertained. It was converted to a hotel almost thirty years ago, yet is still essentially a "private" country house. In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on Ballathie House Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

    Ballathie Sportsman's Lodge is situated in the grounds of Ballathie House Hotel and provides purpose built holiday accommodation for the fisherman and field sport enthusiast. The Lodge makes the ideal base for fishing, shooting, stalking, hunting or simply enjoying the races at nearby Scone Palace. The Sportsman's Lodge offers self-contained rooms for single or double/twin accommodation plus a wealth of facilities with the sportsman in mind.

    Ballat Smithy Cottage was created out of an original smithy workshop and is part of a lovely old house built around 1830 by the Duke of Montrose for his Buchanan estates. It is located near Balfron in Stirlingshire on the A811 Stirling to Balloch road and provides self catering accommodation (Scottish Tourist Board four stars) for up to four people in two bedrooms. Ballat Smithy is on the threshold of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park with lovely views of the Campsie Fells and the surrounding fields and woods.

    The Bank has one of the finest views in Anstruther in Fife and is a family run hotel with quality and service in mind. It has eight en-suite guest rooms that can be converted into singles, twins, doubles and we have one family room sleeping two adults and two children in adjoining bedrooms. Large Screen Tv’s, Hospitality Trays, complimentary Shortbread & Mineral Water, Hair Dryers, room Safes & Fridges. Breakfast is included in the price. A large mature gardens is surrounded with substantial stone walls for privacy. The beer garden is open when weather permits and offers a childrens play area. Bar Lunch and Bar Supper menu, or a drink from a large selection of real ales, draught beers, wines and spirits. Front rooms overlook a busy road bur rear-facing rooms much quieter - and better views!

    The Bank Guest House was originally built in 1857 and was a ‘Royal Bank of Scotland’ branch in Hawick. It has now been converted into a commodiously proportioned luxurious home, situated in the heart of the town on the historic High Street, with all local amenities on the door-step. Now a Grade B listed property, where Victorian grandeur merges with modern contemporary design. Spacious bedrooms, loaded with original features are stylishly furnished and equipped with everything needed to make your stay comfortable and memorable. Hospitality trays, comfy beds, gorgeous sofas /seating, audio Eequipment, Ipod docking station, flat screen TV’s, designer toiletries; hair dryers; iron and ironing board.

    Bay Cottage is close to the River Dee and the Solway Firth on Ross Bay, seven miles from Kirkcudbright in Dumfries & Galloway. The shoreline is a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to the plants and animals there. The cottage has three bedrooms and is an integral part of Ross Farm, a 500 acre establishment which has been in the same family for 4 generations since 1842.

    Beachview Holiday Flats are situated in Lossiemouth on the southern coast of The Moray Firth. There are two well equipped flats each with accommodation for eight people in three bedrooms. The flats have a panoramic view taking in the Moray Golf Course, Covesea Lighthouse, West Beach, the Moray Firth and the Golf Clubhouse.

    Bells Brae House is a historic building situated in Edinburgh on the Water of Leith in the peaceful leafy setting of the Dean Village, with its narrow cobbled streets steeped in history. Such tranquillity exists just 5 minutes walk from Princes Street and Edinburgh New Town. The building was originally a 16th Century miller's house built as early as 1597 and was restored in 1948 for the painter Alexander Zyw by the late Sir Basil Spence to incorporate the adjoining Victorian schoolhouse as an artist's studio. It is one of the oldest inhabited domestic buildings in Edinburgh and was recently enhanced by the current owner to offer bed and breakfast in a a combination of period charm and modern luxury. Accommodation consists of one luxurious double bedroom with a super kingsize bed and delightful views from the private balcony over the Water of Leith. Facilities include radio alarm and i-pod dock, Wi-fi, welcome tray with selection of teas, coffee and homemade shortbread, hairdryer, shoe shine and sewing kit and complimentart toiletries plus a residents lounge and garden plus continental or full cooked breakfast.

    Ben Doran Guest House is situated in a traditional Georgian townhouse located in central Edinburgh which has consistently achieved a four star rating by Visit Scotland. All the rooms have been designed and furnished with a high level of care and attention to detail, ranging from smaller rooms for single occupancy to larger deluxe rooms with ensuite. Each offers a mix of original character with modern facilities and has a beautiful hillside or Edinburgh city view. Complimentary tea, chocolate and coffee-making facilities and free Wi-Fi are also available.

    Berkeley is a family owned luxury boutique hotel situated in the heart of Ayr town centre. Originally built as a private residence in 1803, it has been lovingly restored to offer guests individually designed bedrooms, private walled garden surrounded by a terrace and car park facility for resident guests. Aubergine restaurant offers a delicious dining experience and there is an inviting cocktail lounge.

    Beaumont Holiday Homes offers self-catering accommodation at Portree on the Isle of Skye. Two homes are available on the harbour front with views across Portree Bay to Ben Tianavaig and the Island of Raasay beyond.

    Belladrum Estate has self-catering cottages and lodgings in a romantic setting on an 1100 acre family estate near to the Highland capital of Inverness and Loch Ness. As a special attraction for a romantic retreat for honeymoon couples you can get even get married there in the family chapel, Belladrum Temple (candle-lit only - how's that for romance!).

    The Belhaven Hotel in Glasgow is a lovingly restored Victorian Townhouse, situated on the edge of the City Centre in the heart of the cosmopolitan West End. It has 16 well appointed rooms, with ensuite, TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities in all rooms. There is also a stylish and intimate lounge bar serving drinks and light food. Overlooking Great Western Road and the Botanic Gardens, it is minutes from the BBC, Glasgow University, the world famous Glasgow Art Galleries and still only 5 minutes to the City Centre.

    Ben Loyal Hotel in Tongue, Sutherland, is an AA and RAC 2 star hotel and has been awarded 3 stars by the Scottish Tourist Board. The restuarant also has awards from the AA and RAC and is 'Ashley Courtney Highly Commended'. There are 11 en-suite bedrooms and the hotel is a good base for fishing, stalking, climbing, birdwatching, hill walking and just pottering around the area.

    As its name implies, Ben Nevis View bed and breakfast has plenty of views of Britain's highest mountain, as it is located at Corpach, on the outskirts of Fort William. It is also adjacent to the Caledonian Canal and during the season a steam train passes nearby, twice a day, as an added novelty.

    Black Clauchrie House is a historic arts & crafts mansion set in an extremely quiet and beautiful location in the Scottish Borders. It provides a large holiday home and holiday cottages on a 14 acre private estate, sleeping up to 22 guests with exclusive use. Facilities are self catering - or with a cook and a ballroom - thus offering a unique setting for small weddings, house parties, memorable celebrations. There is also a games room for family holidays. Set adjacent to the Galloway Forest Park Black Clauchrie is an ideal centre for walking, hiking and exploring the dramatic scenery and coastline of Dumfries and Galloway. Safe and easy online bookings available.

    Blackyett Mains in Gretna Green is tucked away down a secluded road in its own grounds of fifteen acres. A beautiful barn conversion has been transformed into a stylish bed and breakfast accommodation only five miles from Gretna Green Individually designed rooms offer king size beds with luxurious bedding, television and hospitality trays. The network of quiet roads, cycle routes and the 7stanes means this is an ideal base for cyclists, mountain bikers and walkers.

    Bluefolds Holiday Cottages, Glenlivet are three modern self catering cottages in restored farm building on the hillside facing the Glenlivet distillery on the "Malt Whisky Trail" with views of the Cairngorm mountains.

    BlueSky Youth Hostel is located in the Charing Cross area of Central Glasgow and is a 10-15 minute walk from Queen Street and Central Rail Stations. This low-cost hostel is great for backpackers and tourists. 18 and over only. There is free breakfast, television and e-mail at budget prices.

    Boath House Hotel in Nairn, near Inverness has a covetted Michelin Star and 4AA rosettes, which puts it firmly in the top four restaurants in Scotland and one of the most notable in Britain. And in 2010 it received the AA’s award of ‘Scottish Hotel of the Year’. See also the review at Great Places to Stay

    The Bonham Hotel is an award-winning establishment Edinburgh. It has picked up a string of prestigious awards since it opened in 1998, in a quiet area near the centre of the city. In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on The Bonham Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

    Bonsyde House Hotel is located in Linlithgow, close to the famous Linlithgow Palace. It is a privately run hotel, with good food in a conservatory restaurant using top quality fresh Scottish ingredients, including game, lamb, beef, and seafood, for which Scotland is justly famous.

    Boreland Farm, in the rolling countryside of Dumfriesshire, between Dunscore and Moniaive on a tiny road overlooking the river Cairn, offers traditional bed and breakfast accomodation ata family run, 19th century farmhouse, in 365 acres of pasture. The land is managed to strict organic standards and there is fishing on the river Cairn for both salmon and trout (when in season).

    Borvemor Blackhouse, Isle of Harris offers self-catering in the first traditional "Blackhouse" to be built for over a century, using stone, wood and thatch. Borvemor Blackhouse does have running water, electricity and excellent plumbing! The walls are lined with pine throughout. The "Tigh Dubh" is surrounded by machair, croft and sea with the beach just a few minutes walk away.

    Bouverie Bed & Breakfast in the centre of Edinburgh provides a useful street map and also links to a set of Photographs of Edinburgh.

    Bracadale Bed and Breakfast is near Loch Ness on the road that heads to the Isle of Skye, on the edge of the village of Invermoriston. It has a twin, or double room with en-suite facilites and a family room with double bed and bunk beds and private facilities. Both rooms are equipped with a television, fridge, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities. There is a large comfortable guest lounge equiped with satellite television, a DVD/CD player, a selection of books and games and an open fire, should this be necessary. WiFi computer connection available. Guests have their own garden area and access to the river. Continental or full cooked breakfast. Parking on site.

    Bradyston Farmhouse near Dunkeld in Perthshire is set in a garden a hundred yards from a little-used estate road, so it is quiet and peaceful. There's woodland on one side and fields on the other and distant views to the southern edge of the Grampian Mountains. There are two twin rooms, one with ensuite shower and the other with private bath. Parking on site, residents lounge, full cooked breakfast.

    Brae House Bed & Breakfast is a detached, modern villa on the western edge of the picturesque town of Aberfeldy in the heart of Perthshire, a short walk from a wide choice of shops, galleries, cafes and restaurants. The property is set in an elevated position, with panoramic views over the River Tay and the mountains beyond. There are two guest rooms on the first floor which are light and spacious, with en-suite shower and bathroom facilities and toiletries. Both bedrooms have luxurious, comfortable, super king-size beds, becoming singles if required. There are flat screen LCD televisions with integrated DVD players and clock radios with i-Pod docks, wifi, hair dryers, mineral water, tea and coffee facilities. There is a garden, resdidents lounge and full cooked brteakfast served in a light and airy morning room or outside on the decking in good weather.

    Braighebhaile is a traditional stone built croft house in the quiet crofting township of Suledale onn the Isle of Skye. It is available all year round for self catering holiday lets. Situated between Portree and Dunvegan, the cottage is an ideal base for exploring the beautiful Isle of Skye.

    Braigh Uige bed and breakfast, Uig, Isle of Skye is personally run by owners who have lived on Skye all their lives. Open April to September, the house has fine views overlooking Uig Bay, and has three times won a Talisker Quality Award for high quality service and customer care. It is the only accommodation in Uig to be granted the Scottish Tourist Board's Four Star grading. Uig is the Ferry Port for the Western Isles, and so is a convenient place to stay overnight for people travelling over the sea from Skye.

    Bridge House is a guest house in the picturesque country village of Hawick. The property dates back to 1760 a time when Hawick was a resting point for travelers between Edinburgh and London and was originally a stable block for the Old Tower Hotel. Now a Bed and Breakfast and a café, Bridge House is centrally located with a café and next to an excellent Italian Restaurant. Accommodation consists of ten guest rooms arranged as twin and double rooms, as well as one family room that can sleep up to five people. All rooms are ensuite and come equipped with tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV.

    Brook Queensferry Hotel in North Queensferry, Fife, has panoramic views across the Firth of Forth and the Forth Rail Bridge. It has 77 spacious rooms with free Wi-Fi and a modern bar. There is ample free parking on site. The modern en suite rooms at Brook Queensferry Hotel feature satellite TV and tea/coffee facilities. North Shore Restaurant serves a menu of both international and traditional dishes, using fresh, local produce. Edinburgh Airport is only 9 miles away.

    Brora Links View Apartment provides luxurious holiday rental accommodation Sutherland in the beautiful and remote Northern Highlands of Scotland. All main rooms have wonderful views across the garden to the famous James Braid designed golf course with magnificent coastal and highland views. There is easy access to the safe sandy beach beyond the golf course and the village centre where shops and restaurants are a short walk away. The apartment sleeps 4, in two twin bedded bedrooms, one with en-suite facilities. Separate bath/shower room.

    The Bruntsfield Hotel is a 73 bedroom townhouse style hotel in Bruntsfield Place, Edinburgh, with well appointed, individual bedrooms and an AA Rosetted and Taste of Scotland recommended restaurant. The hotel offers comfortable, spacious accommodation overlooking Bruntsfield Links, close to the city centre. Although independently owned and operated, it is a member of the global Best Western Hotels organisation.

    The Buchanan Arms Hotel and Leisure Club is in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. The former coaching inn stands in the heart of the picturesque conservation village of Drymen. However, in addition to history and character, it also has modern leisure facilities which include a swimming pool, sauna, steam room, jacuzzi, squash courts, beauty salon and gymnasium.

    Budget Backpackers and youth hostel is located near Edinburgh City Centre providing very low cost but modern accommodation in either dormitory style or double rooms. There are fully equipped self catering kitchens, TV room and free hot showers.

    Burnside and Mill Lodges are four miles from the seaside town of Nairn and 16 miles from Inverness. Each lodge can accommodate up to six people. Trout fishing is available a few hundred yards from the Lodges at Robbie's Trout Fishery.

    Cairngorm Hotel is an independent hotel in Aviemore. All bedrooms are en-suite, offering colour television, direct-dial telephone and hospitality tray. All rooms are comfortably furnished and decorated, whilst most have stunning views across the Spey Valley to the Cairngorm Mountains or to the great rock of Craigellachie.

    Cairn House near Annan in Dumfries and Galloway was the Victorian servants’ wing of magnificent Kinmount House/Castle. There are eight holiday cottages clustered round a courtyard. They enjoy shared use of an indoor heated swimming pool,with full changing facilities, and its building also houses a sauna, sunbed, cardio gym and games room with pool table. The cottages themselves have been luxuriously appointed - the master bedrooms have four-poster beds. The buildings are set in three acres of glorious garden grounds, a lake in front of the housetrees with plenty of space for relaxation and an equipped play space for children.

    Doris Crook bed and breakfast is a Victorian house in the Grange Conservation area on the south side of Edinburgh, close to major bus routes but also close walking ditance of Holyrood park and only 20 minutes walk to Princes Street. The house was built in 1864 and still retains many original Victorian features. This four-star bed and breakfast location has two rooms (one double/twin with ensuite shower and bathroom and one single with private bathroom and shower). Facilities include twin or king size beds, free secure off-street parking, free Wireless Internet Access, tea and coffee, hair dryer, TV, access to garden.

    The Lodge at Carfraemill near Lauder in the Scottish Borders is personally run by its owner. It has ten bedrooms, restaurants and traditional standards of service and "home from home" atmosphere. The Lodge has been awarded four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.

    Caiplie House in Crail, in the East Neuk of Fife, is a large Victorian House with seven bedrooms, a lounge for residents and a bright dining room which can provide traditional and contemporary dishes. And guests can make the most of their licence and enjoy a gin and tonic before dinner, a good bottle of wine or relax with a malt in the lounge!

    Caithness Holidays - Silver Darlings Development in the scenic harbour area of Wick was originally a fish curing yard. It has been extensively modernised into a number of luxury townhouse apartments around a courtyard. Each sleeps up to eight people over two levels, and have been lovingly restored, blending contemporary design with respect for the distinguished heritage of the location. The Silver Darlings offer first rate accommodation within a modern environment.

    The Caledonian Club is a private members' Club situated in the heart of Belgravia just five minutes away from Hyde Park Corner and Victoria Station in London. This "little part of London that is forever Scotland" not only has 37 bedrooms for the weary traveller, but also dining rooms, meeting rooms and lounge. There is a busy calendar of events including, of course, Burns Suppers and St. Andrew's Day festivities and the premises are licenced to hold weddings. Members benefit from reciprocal arrangements with a network of prestigious clubs worldwide including four clubs in Scotland and five in London.

    Captain’s Folly is a spacious self-catering apartment located within the prestigious Argyll Mansions building in the bustling seaside town of Oban. With views across Oban bay this accommodation has been beautifully refurbished retaining many original features. This charming retreat is a perfect choice for a holiday exploring the West Coast of Scotland and the Gateway to The Isles. The first floor luxury accommodation has one double bedroom, a modern kitchen with dining table, a cosy reading room with Balcony window over the seafront and a comfortable lounge with window seating from which to watch the ferrys coming and going from the harbour.

    Cardrona Breaks has two luxury self-catering apartments in the Tweed Valley, Scottish Borders in Cardrona Village, near Peebles. Overlooking the Cardrona golf course and the Tweed, Cardrona Breaks is next to the MacDonald Cardrona Hotel - with access to the sauna, steam room and swimming pool.

    Carnoustie Golf Hotel offers 75 luxury en-suite bedrooms and ten suites with views over the Championship course, the sea and the local town of Carnoustie. Extensive spa and health facilities, large heated swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room and a fully equipped gymnasium.

    Castaway Cottage - where it always feels like Friday! A traditional Self-Catering Cottage on the beach in Lower Largo, a resort village in the East Neuk of Fife, not far from St Andrews. This stone built cottage built in 1809 has been converted and extended and has spectacular views as far as the Firth of Forth, with a private walled patio area which fronts onto the beach.

    The Georgian Castle Forbes is the home of the Clan in the 6,000-acre Forbes Estate overlooking the River Don in Aberdeenshire. The present "Master of Forbes" and his wife offer a warm welcome for guests to stay in a castle still occupied by the family whose name it bears.

    Castle Levan, Gourock is a 14th century keep and an adjoining 16th century tower overlooking the Firth of Clyde above Gourock, Inverclyde. The site has lots of illustrations of the castle and of the estuary below and some of the ships which have passed by.

    Castle Stuart is a 17th century Tower House with spiral stairs in Petty Parish, Inverness which offers luxury accommodation.

    Castle View Apartment is a quality self catering apartment located right in the heart of Edinburgh's historic Old Town, in the Grassmarket area. Just 5 minutes walk from the Royal Mile and Edinburgh Castle, it is ideally suited to couples or families looking for self-catering accommodation in a central base to explore the city. It is available for both short term and holiday lets, sleeps 2 - 4 and commands spectacular views of the castle. So even if you haven't managed to get tickets for the Tattoo, you won't miss the fireworks!

    Channings is hidden along a tree-lined crescent in Edinburgh's West End. In the Illustrated Feature on Channings Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland it is described as "a fabulous, sumptuously comfortable, elegant, exclusive and unique place to stay."

    Charing Cross Guest House in Renfrew Street, Glasgow has 24 bed rooms, with both standard and en-suite bedrooms.

    Chase The Wild Goose is a a small ‘village’ of only eighteen woodland holiday lodges located on the edge of the Argyll Forest Park, north of Dunoon, on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll, looking out towards Ben Mhor. There are inns and restaurants not far away and Dunoon is only a few miles away.

    Chester Residence provides serviced apartments in the West End of Edinburgh, offering luxury, five star, boutique accommodation. There ar five elegant self contained apartments, each with fitted kitchen and and furnished with a mixture of antique and contemporary furniture.

    Chestnut Villa is close to the centre of the village of Muir of Ord in Ross-Shire and provides bed & breakfast accommodation in three bedrooms plus a residents' lounge. Muir of Ord is 6 miles from the town of Dingwall, and 11 miles from the City of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. The site has good pages on places to see in the area and links to many others.

    11 Church Place, Kirkcudbright, is a traditional stone built listed building at the end of a terrace in a quiet location in the heart of this town on the southern coast of Dumfries and Galloway. It provides self-catering accommodation for up to six peoople with sitting room, kitchen diner, double bedroom en-suite, 2 twin bedrooms and large bathroom.

    citizenM hotel is located in the heart of Glasgow at 60 Renfrew Street, (corner of Hope Street). It is an 8-floor luxury hotel with 198 rooms and features 24/7 food and beverage outlet: canteenM. Choose from a wide variety of fresh sandwiches, warm breakfast, healthy wraps etc. citizenM hotels offer all guests self check-in service on touch screen terminals with the assistance of citizenM Ambassadors, who are ready to help you at any time of the day or night. The hotel also features free on-demand movies, free WiFi internet, VoiP telephone rates and a "MoodPad" that allows you to control everything in your hotel room: television, music, window blinds, temperature, colored ambient lighting and wake-up alarm.

    Clach Mhullinn (Gaelic for Millstone) in Inverness provides B&B which can be booked by e-mail. The web site also gives a few places to visit and what to see in the area.

    Click N Rent has a portfolio of properties in prime locations in central Edinburgh with competitive prices. Founded by a graduate of the University of Edinburgh who has a number of small start-up companies.

    Cloag Farm Cottages are three family-run farm cottages with panoramic southerly views, ample parking and are surrounded by lawns, with mature woodland as a backdrop. They are located seven miles west of Perth, just north of Methven Village on the A85, and is ideally positioned for exploring Perthshire with its legacy of castles and historic sites - and 37 golf courses within the county itself.

    Cluny Cottage is a self-catering holiday cottage in the seaside resort of Lower Largo in the East Neuk of Fife. There is accommodation for up to 6 guests in 3 bedrooms. Lower Largo was was once a busy port and the home of Alexander Selkirk, the real-life character who inspired the story of Robinson Crusoe. The beach, the local pub and the village shop are all less than 500 metres from the cottage.

    Coille Bheag (pronounce it "curl yer vake") is a traditional working croft set in wood and meadowland, situated in Inverasdale, near Poolewe, overlooking Loch Ewe and the world-famous Inverewe Gardens. Renovated and tastefully furnished, the traditional croft cottage it is available as self-catering family holiday accommodation (sleeps 6, pets welcome). There is also a modern luxury timber cabin available - ideal for honeymoons or small families, sleeps up to 4, no pets. Organic produce available in season!

    Coralinn Bed and Breakfast accommodation is situated in Bannockburn, Stirling, the "Gateway to the Highlands". There are three spacious and comfortable rooms in a modern home with traditional Scottish hospitality. All rooms are en-suite and one has a private bathroom. The Web sites provides useful information on local attractions, activities and restaurants and entertainment in Stirling.

    Corriegour Lodge is a small hotel overlooking Loch Lochy, between Spean Bridge and Loch Ness. It is set amid a contrasting nine acres of mature woodland and garden and has a small lochside beach area complete with jetty. 4 stars from the Scottish Tourist Board and a Member of the Taste of Scotland Scheme, the Lodge also features in the Good Hotel Guide.

    If you want to stay at a unique location then Corsewall Lighthouse near Stranraer is the place for you since it is the only working lighthouse in Scotland where you can obtain accommodation!

    The Cottage, Baugh Farm, Isle of Tiree is on an island which holds the UK sunshine record and has white, sandy beaches and abundant sea and bird life. The self-catering accommodation is just over a mile west of Scarinish and about twenty yards from the sea with private gardens.

    Cragganmore House on Speyside at Ballindalloch, Banffshire provides bed & breakfast and is set in a secluded glen with glorious views down to the River Spey and across to Ben Rinnes. The fine Victorian house was built by the founder of the Cragganmore Distillery, John Smith, in 1867 and is situated just yards from the Speyside Way.

    Craigatin House & Courtyard, Pitlochry in Pitlochry Craigatin House is a warm and comfortable home from home, with fourteen well designed, smart and contemporary bedrooms, each one distinctive in size, layout, and colour scheme. There are leather sofas, cotton sheets, pine and dark wood furniture. There is a timber and glass chalet-style Conservatory extension with a breakfast room and spacious lounge. This overlooks a pretty flower garden with monkey puzzle tree, neat lawn and patio. Breakfast menu includes choices ranging from porridge with a dram of whisky, fresh fruit and croissants to pancakes with bacon, full Scottish and superlative omelettes, including creamy smoked haddock.

    Craigellachie Hotel in Banffshire the very heart of Speyside is an award-winning four star hotel, two rosette restaurant and world renowned Quaich Bar with over 530 different Scotch Single Malt Whiskies. It has won a host of awards including "Hotel of the Year" in the "Whisky Magazine" Icons of Whisky 2004 and "Best Whisky bar in the World" in the Scotch Whisky industry survey for Scottish Field.

    Craigerne House Hotel in Newtonmore, near Aviemore, Cairngorm National Park, is a privately owned Country House Hotel with delightful mature gardens commanding magnificent views of the Monadhliath and Cairngorm mountains and the Spey Valley. Although close to the centre of Newtonmore and its amenities, the Craigerne House Hotel is located on the edge of the village next to the golf course and is well known for its tranquil ambience, good food and quiet, friendly atmosphere.

    Craigielea is a family owned Guest House in the centre of Galashiels. This Victorian house has been operating as a Guest House for over 12 years with the current owners and has 1 Double Room & 3 Twin Rooms, all with full en-suite facilities.

    Craigievar Bed and Breakfast in Edinburgh is a large bungalow, set back from the main Edinburgh Airport to city centre road, offering quiet guest rooms overlooking a private back garden, accessible by guests. It is accessible for wheelchairs. Carry cots and high chairs are available if required, as are games suitable for adults and children. Free parking.

    Craigiewood B&B is north of Inverness, overlooking Munlochy Bay to the north; it has clear views westwards through Strathconon and Glens Orrin and Affric. There are local walks to the Moray Firth with its famous dolphins. The house is ideally situated for short trips to Inverness and Loch Ness. Cawdor and Brodie Castles, Culloden and Fort George are all within easy reach. There are two double rooms, one with ensuite shower and the other with ensuite bath and shower. Facilities include parking on site, garden, residents lounge, continental or full cooked breakfast.

    Craigmore is located on the west side of Edinburgh only a short taxi ride from Edinburgh international airport and within easy reach of Edinburgh city centre. It is listed as a four-star bed and breakfast by the Scottish Tourist Board and offers two comfortable rooms with ensuite bathroom. Both bedrooms have soft toweling robes, showering accessories, tea and coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi, TV/radio, digital alarm clock radio and hairdryer. Full Scottish or Continental breakfast is served in the dining room which overlooks the garden. There is also a private lounge for guests to relax in after a hard day of sight seeing. Parking on site.

    Cranford Guest House is located in the picturesque village of Braemar, and offers five bedrooms all with en suite or private bathrooms. The extended Victorian house has fine views to Braemar's local hill and has private off street parking, secure storage for bikes, skis or golf clubs, a great drying room plus all the usual amenities you would expect from a modern guest house. wholesome breakfast options, prepared with ingredients from local suppliers where possible, served in a sunny dining room. Children's play area, Wifi, dogs welcome by arrangement, residents lounge.

    Creggans Inn in Strachur, Argyll overlooks Loch Fyne. The restaurant has fabulous views across the loch, log fires, and a bar lunch menu including Loch Fyne oysters, smoked salmon, freshly caught langoustines, venison, hill-lamb and other Scottish specialities.

    Crescent Park House bed and breakfast in Ardrossan is in a house built in 1850 overlooking Ardrossan North Beach with rough dune type grass leading up to the road. Guest's have their own entrance and lounge. The Arran room is a double room with sea views that has an annex small double room and ensuite bathroom; the Skye room has a 4-poster King-size Double room with ensuite bathroom; and the Bute room is a double or twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom. From the house you can watch the ferry to Arran arrive or just relax. Facilities include parking on site, garden, residents lounge, full cooked breakfast. Dogs welcome by arrangement.

    Crieff Hydro in Perthshire is a family orientated hotel is situated on its own estate. Crieff provide a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including swimming, golf, horse riding, off road driving, quad biking, cinema. Guests can stay in the four star hotel or in the new luxury self catering lodges and cottages.

    Crosswoodhill Farm Holiday Cottages, West Lothian have 3 award-winning self-catering properties near Edinburgh in the Pentland Hills. One is a self-contained 2-storey apartment in a spacious, handsome, 200 year old, farmhouse. Another is a cottage on the heather-clad moors of the Pentland Hills themselves.

    Cuan Siar is a large, modern and comfortable self catering cottage, with accommodation for eight or more people on the Outer Hebridean island of Eriskay. Their Web site has some impressive illustration of Eriskay, showing among other vistas the view from the cottage, plus a small guide to the island and the "Road to the Isles".

    Culdearn House Hotel, Grantown on Spey in Morayshire is a beautiful Victorian house, built in 1860, and once the home of the Earl of Seafield's family. It has retained many of its original period features including original wood panelling, fine moulded ceilings and marble fireplaces. The house is set back from the road overlooking woodlands and the Cromdale hills, but within walking distance of the centre of Grantown on Spey. There is a choice of six luxury en-suite bedrooms, a sophisticated drawing room for relaxing by the open fire in the evenings and a small, intimate restaurant which has many awards including an outstanding wine list. Dinner is available each day and the menu changes daily. The freshly cooked full Scottish breakfast uses locally sourced produce and includes a choice of three different fish dishes. There are four double rooms (one King size), a double or twin room and another twin room. Facilities include Wifi, parking on site, garden, residents lounge, bar and evening meals are available, in addition to continental or full cooked breakfast. The proprietors combine an extensive whisky collection with award winning cooking and Culdearn has an AA Red Rosette Award for excellent cuisine and a "Taste of Scotland" award.

    Dalhougal House is in Croftamie, a small village in Stirlingshire, 16 miles north of Glasgow and close to Loch Lomond. There are ten golf courses within half-an-hour, free river fishing and a whisky distillery nearby. The property has been in the same family for nearly 200 years and was recently renovated but still retains lots of character. There are two self-catering apartments each sleeping four and secluded gardens.

    Dall Lodge in Killin, Perthshire, overlooks the River Lochay, which flows into Loch Tay on the north side of the village. The web site has lots of photos of the hotel and its scenic location.

    Dailanna House is rated a 4-star bed and breakfast establishment by Visit Scotland. It is situated in an a large garden with fine views southwards over Locheil to the hills of Ardgour, ten miles west of Fort William on the romantic Road to the Isles. All bedrooms (two doubles, a twin and a triple) are en-suite with baths/showers, tea/coffee makers, clock radios, hairdryers, electric blankets and centrally heated. Home cooking is a speciality - Full Scottish breakfast including porridge, oatcakes and home made marmalade or your choice from our extensive menu. Large residents TV lounge, garden and parking on site. wonderful view over Locheil.

    Days Inn Hotel Hamilton, South Lanarkshire is part of the Days Inn Motel chain and overlooks Annandale Water in Dumfries, just off theM74) main road from/to England, 1.5 miles from Hamilton town centre. All 38 rooms have en-suite bathrooms, Flat Screen Television, free Wi-Fi access for all guests and a large array of breakfast options at the adjacent Roadchef restaurant.

    Days Inn Hotel Lockerbie is part of the Days Inn Motel chain and overlooks Annandale Water in Dumfries, just off the A74(M) main road from/to England. All 42 rooms have en-suite bathrooms, Flat Screen Television, free Wi-Fi access for all guests and a large array of breakfast options at the adjacent Roadchef restaurant.

    The Decca is located in the north-west corner of the Isle of Lewis just a few minutes from the famous Butt of Lewis lighthouse and near the beautiful and exciting Eoropie beach. It is a converted radio navigation station which makes a very comfortable large home with comfortable and cosy bed and breakfast rooms. The Decca has two self-catering cottages that can be let individually, used for B&B or let with the main house B&Bs to create a holiday space that could sleep up to 20 people. This allows for flexibility to accommodate extended families, small conferences, workshops and groups as well as couples and families. Packed lunches and hearty home cooked evening meals using fresh local produce where possible. Owners Pete and Louise are planning a programme of workshops and special breaks for the quiet months and are happy to hear from groups and leaders who would like to come to The Decca. It is also ideal for small intimate weddings and other celebrations as well as a good space for music rehearsal and performance; Regular music evenings are planned for the winter months.

    Denhead Steading is a newly built farm style house with 2 acres of both groomed and natural gardens with a pond overlooked by the spacious bedrooms. Denhead Steading is located in rolling Scottish farmland, halfway between the historic towns of Huntly and Inverurie. There are three rooms with bed and breakfast; a family room for up to 3 adults and one infant has private bathroom with large corner bath and seperate shower; a double room for two adults with ensuite shower and WC; a twin room with ensuite shower,WC. All have hospitality tray, TV and internet access. Parking on site, garden, residents lounge and full cooked breakfast.

    Devoncove Hotel is a luxury boutique establishment just 5 minutes from the very heart of Glasgow, at the west end of world famous Sauchiehall Street, close to the SECC, theatres and Glasgow University. It aims to provide carefree holiday makers and busy business executives with a great atmosphere in which to enjoy a range of leisure and work-related facilities.

    Dolphin View Holiday Properties has a bungalow and 4 cottages in Portmahomack, a small picturesque fishing village on the peninsula between the Moray Firth and the Dornoch Firth. There is sandy beach, coastal walks, dolphins, seals, and many varieties of seabirds.

    Doonbank Cottage is a self-catering holiday rental cottage in Alloway, Ayrshire, and a short walk to the world famous Brig-a-Doon. It is a beautiful thatched property set within four and a half acres of its own secluded private woodland, perfect for a family break, nature, fishing or golfing holiday, within easy reach of many of Scotland's most famous golf-courses. Doonbank Cottage is also available as a film or photo shoot location. Situated in the picturesque village of historic Alloway, a short walk to the world famous Brig-a-Doon, and close to the main town of Ayr on the west coast of Scotland, the cottage has glorious views of the idyllic River Doon, which runs for half a mile as the property's eastern boundary. The woodland contains deer, rabbits, squirrels, pheasants, partridges, quails, owls, herons, ducks, blue-tits and many more species, offering excellent opportunities for bird watching and riverside walks.

    Dornoch Caravan and Camp Park is located next to Dornoch’s award-winning golden beaches and it’s magnificent golf course. There are 130 pitches and 80 static caravans on a 25 acre park and is open from March right until October.

    The 15th century Dornoch Castle Hotel stands opposite the inspiring 12th century Dornoch Cathedral. Set in private gardens, the hotel has 18 en suite garden rooms. Sometimes referred to as Dornoch Palace, the building was originally created by the Bishop of Caithness and passed to the Gordon Earls of Sutherland after the Reformation.

    Dornoch Firth Caravan Park is situated on the A9, midway between the Highland's oldest Royal Burgh of Tain and the town of Dornoch, now made famous by Madonna. This well-run family park enjoys open views of the Dornoch Firth with picturesque coastal and rural scenery. The park features Caravan holiday homes, touring and tent pitches with bar and restaurant adjacent.

    The Drovers Inn on the A82 at Inverarnan, Stirlingshire, north of Loch Lomond, was built in 1705. It was originally built as a shelter for Highland Drovers but became a public house with restaurant and accommodation with 26 rooms over 20 years ago.

    Druimneil House Bed and Breakfast in Port Appin, Argyll, has three well appointed bedrooms. The double room boasts a four poster bed and there are 2 further twin rooms. There is also a self catering cottage in the grounds and gardens that surround the main house. Overlooking Loch Linnhe and the Sound of Shuna, Druimneil House is located in the picturesque Appin countryside approximately 20 miles north of Oban. Parking on site, garden, residents lounge. Evening meals are available.

    Druimorrin Caravans are located near Muir of Ord, 20 miles north-west of Inverness in a peaceful and tranquil rural location looking out onto craggy hills and near the Orrin River. There are two static caravans available throughout the year. The Web site has lots of information on events, family days out, food and drink, sightseeing, local country estates, outdoor pursuits and Highland wildlife in that part of Scotland.

    Drumchork Lodge Hotel is situated in Aultbea, Wester Ross, in one of the most idyllic areas of the Western Highlands. The hotel has gained international renown for the hotel as "The Highland Home of Malt Whisky", winning numerous awards for both the collections and presentations of Scotland’s National drink. The hotel has 13 en-suite bedrooms, 3 dining areas, public bar, residents lounge and a whisky tasting room/conference room.

    Drumnadrochit Hotel Not just a 29 room hotel offering bed and Breakfast, but the award-winning, 5-star tourist attrction, the Loch Ness Exhibition Centre, with a hi-tech multi-media presentation leading you through 7 themed areas and the mystery and legend of Loch Ness and the famous Loch Ness monster "Nessie".

    Dryburgh Abbey Country House Hotel in St Boswells, Melrose, in the Scottish Borders, is family friendly, located in its own ten acre estate on the banks of the River Tweed. It has an indoor swimming pool, restaurant with children's menu, cycling and walking routes. Lots to do and see for all the family. - children under 6 stay free of charge!

    Dunadd Cottages, 4 miles north of Lochgilphead in Mid-Argyll, provide self catering holiday accommodation at the foot of Dunadd Hill, site of a 5th century fort which was the capital of the Kingdom of Dalriada. The two cottages are can accommodate up to four people (2/3 in the smaller one) and are named after kin of Fergus mor mac Eric, an early leader of the Scots.

    Dunalastair Hotel Suites in the heart of Kinloch Rannoch, Perthshire, was originally built as an inn soon after the Battle of Culloden by the returning soldiers but is now an independent and individually designed hotel set in the heart of Kinloch Rannoch. It offers 32 luxury suites along with a licensed Bar. Established as a boutique hotel with elegant and quality facilities, it offer visitors to Rannoch and Highland Perthshire a home away from home Scottish break.

    Dunclutha Guest House in Leven, Fife, was originally the Rectory for the nearby Scottish Episcopal Church and was solidly built over 100 years ago and recently refurbished. All rooms are equipped with a radio, hair dryer and a colour freeview television. There is:- One double, one twin and one family bedroom (sleeps 3-4), all en-suite, with showers and one family room (sleeps 2-3) with private bathroom. A cot is available and clothes drying facilities. Facilities include parking on site, garden, residents lounge, full cooked breakfast

    Duncrub self-catering apartments are located in a unique 19th Century Chapel in the glorious countryside of Strathearn in the heart of rural Perthshire, 9 miles west of Perth. The Chapel House sleeps four - and features a kitchen with a stained glass window! The Tower House sleeps two - with painted cherubs on the bedroom ceiling...

    Dungallan House Hotel in Oban, was originally built in 1870 by the Duke of Argyll for his summer residence at the edge of town. It is in a secluded position offering tranquillity and superb views to three sides over Oban Bay, the Isles of Kerrera, Lismore and Mull and the sound of Kerrera. There is also an award winning restaurant. Automobile Association 2 Stars and Rosette for culinary excellence. Scottish Tourist board 4 Stars.

    Duisdale House Hotel is situated in the area known as Sleat on the southernmost tip of Skye. Built in 1865 as a Hunting Lodge, it has been completely transformed into a privately owned, chic boutique retreat and the award winning restaurant and exclusive daily sailing trips on board their luxury yacht adds a new dimension to a short break on the Isle of Skye. The hotel has 18 individually designed hotel bedrooms of varying sizes and room types, in a range of contemporary styles, some with Four Posters, but all come complete with the luxury amenities one would expect in a four star hotel in Scotland. There are two award-winning restaurants with one dedicated to fine dining and sporting 2 AA rosettes. In the less formal Chart Room there is an à la carte menu in a conservatory with views of the gardens to the Sound of Sleat or in an intimate fireside area.

    Dunmore Court is on the shores of West Loch Tarbert in South Knapdale, just seven miles from the village of Tarbert on Loch Fyne, Argyll. The estate has 120 acres of countryside and the self catering accommodation consists of four cottages within converted traditional farm buildings with one other larger semi-detatched former estate cottage adjacent. All come with fully equipped kitchens and washer/dryers. Online availability and booking enquiry facilities are on their Web site.

    Dunnottar Mains offers Scottish Tourist Board 4-Star bed and breakfast in a farmhouse facing the 14th century Dunnottar Castle, south of Stonehaven, in Aberdeenshire. The house itself is set away from the farm buildings and is surrounded by a mature walled garden with woodland on either side. There are two spacious double rooms with adjoining small single room.

    The Dunn Thing Guesthouse is a beautiful Victorian Town House situated in a quiet tree lined street only five minutes walk from Ayr's bustling town centre and tranquil shore front. They offer a free collection service from Glasgow-Prestwick Airport as well as Ayr bus and train station.

    Dunstane House Hotel is not far from Murrayfield Stadium in central Edinburgh. This four-star, family-owned hotel was originally built in 1852 to the design of the famous architect William Playfair. It has 16 bedrooms and features a wide range of facilities including a "Taste of Scotland" awarded Scottish seafood restaurant and a whisky bar, with one of the best selections of malt whisky in Scotland.

    East Haugh House Pitlochry was built originally some 350 years ago and is a turreted stone house set in 2 acres of gardens. There are 13 individually designed bedrooms, 2 being 4 poster bedded rooms, plus the "Bothy", immediately beside the Hotel, offering 5 ensuite bedrooms. The food in the restaurant is prepared from fresh local produce and won a Macallan Taste of Scotland Food award.

    East Lodge Cottage is a three-bedroomed, self-catering cottage in a secluded position overlooking the River Ardle near Pitlochry. It was originally built as a two-roomed gate house for Kindrogan Estate and dates from the early 19th Century. Recently extended to include a large lounge, there is a log burning stove, and master bedroom with en-suite shower-room and breakfasting balcony.

    There are three holiday cottages at Eastside, a working family sheep farm of 3000 acres, in the heart of the spectacular scenery of the Pentland Hills Regional Park. The 18th century farm steading has been imaginatively converted into three character filled cottages which sit side by side on the hillside and combine old world charm with all modern conveniences. All cottages have ample parking in the farmyard at the entrance to each cottage and delightful gardens bounded by dry stone dykes at the back of each property. They are situated just six miles from the Edinburgh City by-pass, half a mile beyond Silverburn on the A702.

    The edinburgh-apartment.com has serviced & self catering apartments in various locations in Edinburgh providing a choice of excellent accommodation ranging from budget to luxury serviced apartments. Apartments are available to book for short periods: 2 nights or more, or for longer periods of several months. Accommodation at The Edinburgh Apartment offers solutions to guests whether seeking accommodation for leisure, business or for relocation.

    Edinbane Holiday Cottages are ideally located on the beautifully Isle of Skye off the West coast of the Scottish Highlands. The Three Star self catering cottages are on a croft in the village of Edinbane on the shores of Loch Greshornish in the North of the Island - 15 minutes drive from Portree and 10 minutes drive form Dunvegan.

    Edinbane Self Catering has a number of properties on the Isle of Skye. 'Merman Cottage' and 'Tigh Dubh' (Gaelic for 'Blackhouse') are on a family croft in Upper Edinbane. They are both traditional Highland stone buildings that have been restored to a high standard and are graded by the Scottish Tourist Board as 3-Star Self Catering properties. 'Braevalla Chalets' are timber clad buildings, situated at the foot of MacLeod's Tables in the crofting township of Skinidin near Dunvegan, and provide comfortable budget accommodation (graded by Scottish Tourist Board as 2-Star Self Catering).

    Edinburgh Pearl Apartments have a range of self-catering apartments which are all situated within walking distance from Princess Street. They are fully furnished in the most luxurious manner possible to make your stay as enjoyable and peaceful as possible. Scottish Tourist Board 4 stars.

    Edinburgh Residence is a luxurious and charming property within three linked Georgian townhouses. This private house is exclusively for residents only offering a choice of Classic suites, Grand Suites and the larger 2 bedroom Townhouse apartments.

    Edinburgh Ocean Serviced Apartments is in the Edinburgh Harbour development, close to Ocean Treminal on the Leith waterfront. There are 69 modern serviced apartments, each with two bedrooms with fully equipped kitchen and two bathrooms, sleeping up to 6. Complimentary parking is available and Ocean Apartments also offers free internet access to all guests. Ideal for business, family, or a group stay (hen and stag groups are welcome).

    Eilean Isay is an imposing crofthouse in Waternish, Isle of Skye, only ten minutes walk away from the village of Stein with its famous seafood restaurant and pub. The house is set in a commanding and elevated position overlooking Loch Bay, a sea loch leading into the Little Minch with breathtaking views across the sea to the Outer Hebrides. The croft sleeps eight people and has a spacious garden and parking area.

    Elie Cottage has luxury self catering accommodation in this East Neuk of Fife fishing village. This holiday cottage is set just back off the award-winning Blue Flag beach and is just a short drive from the St Andrews. The cottage has recently been refurbished and extended to an extremely high standard and Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms. The cottage is over 150 years old and has a safe and secluded private back garden making it an ideal base for families.

    Euro-Hostels Scotland provides centrally located, budget hotel-style accommodation with en-suite facilities in the centre of Glasgow and Edinburgh. Twin, family or dormitory style rooms are available.

    Fa'side Castle is near the top of a steep hill approximately eight miles east of Edinburgh, and two miles south east of Musselburgh. Within the grounds of the castle is a 17th Century barn which was converted in 1996 into two houses which are both let as self catering accommodation. More recently it has also become possible to stay within the castle. From the top of the tower it is possible to see as far as Dunbar, with panoramic views over the Firth of Forth with the hills of Fife behind. and at closer range the castle overlooks Edinburgh, Dalkeith, Musselburgh and Prestonpans. The castle is surrounded by woodland and arable land surrounds the remains of the barmkin wall, which once enclosed the castle and outbuildings. A horse breeding facility was established on the estate in 2007 and specialises in the breeding of both dressage and sports horses and aims to expand within the near future.

    Felstead guest house has holiday bed and breakfast accommodation in Inverness which has been awarded four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.

    Fenton Tower near North Berwick in East Lothian, is a fortified tower dating from the 16th Century, that now provides luxury accommodation for up to twelve individuals and small groups looking to ‘get away from it all’. This listed ancient monument and a Category A-listed ‘keep’ has recently been meticulously restored under the supervision of Historic Scotland.

    Finglen House is at the foot of the Campsie Hill, north of Glasgow and between Strathblane and Lennoxtown. Finglen is bordered on one side by the Fin Burn, home to a variety of birds and on the other by mature woodland and has its own secluded eight acre garden. Accommodation comprises a double bedroom with en suite bathroom both overlooking the Campsie Hills and another Double bedroom with adjoining private bathroom again overlooking the Campsie Hills and Garden. You are welcome to relax in the sitting room where you will find newspapers, magazines television and a log fire. Facilities include Housekeeper, Parking on site, garden, residents lounge. Continental or full cooked breakfast included in the price and lunch cn also be provided.

    Fionn is a ground floor flat on the Main Street of Lower Largo in Fife right on the beach - and almost in the sea. You can hear it as you visit the Web site...

    The Flaghouse in the Fife countryside Fife between St Andrews and Cupar, provides both Bed & Breakfast and Self Catering Accommodation. It is thus an excellent base for local golf courses or visiting beautiful Fife and further afield to Carnoustie and Dundee. There are four double bedrooms available for B&B while the self-catering facilities consist of five rooms, sleeping up to 4 adults with a guest lounge.

    Flowerburn Holidays are modern, self-catering holiday homes situated near Rosemarkie on the Black Isle only 25 minutes drive from Inverness with spectacular locations overlooking the Moray Firth. Easy access to Loch Ness & Inverness, Glenmorangie & Dunrobin Castle and local RSPB sites.

    Fort Augustus Abbey luxury apartment sleeps 4 in the former abbey building. Situated 30 miles from Inverness, the Highland capital, Fort Augustus Abbey is 12 miles from Foyers, at the southern end of Loch Ness .

    Fountain Court Serviced Apartments offer visitors to Edinburgh a range of one, two and three bedroom serviced apartments, as well as duplexes, all located right in the heart of the city, in the West End, only a few minutes walk from the major tourist attractions and business areas. Fountain Court serviced apartments can be booked by the night, the week or the month for up to 6 people at competitive prices.

    The Four Seasons Hotel is situated in St Fillans on the banks of the Loch Earn in Perthshire. Originally built in the early 1800's it has been extended over the years to a comfortable hotel with a number of individual sitting rooms, twelve bedrooms, and six chalets. For those who prefer to be more secluded, there are six chalets on the wooded hillside behind the hotel; all have a bunkroom, making them ideal for family use.

    Garfield Guest House in Edinburgh has en-suite accomodation at competitive rates with friendly, helpful service, free street parking, free Internet access, easy access to to Edinburgh city centre. 3 star rated by the Scottish Tourist Board and AA.

    Garth Hotel in the heart of Grantown-on-Spey, near Aviemore, stands at the north end of the village square. It was built in the 1850’s and began its life as an Inn. Over the years the hotel has prospered, becoming the Premier Independent Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey. It has recently been refurbished to blend its elegant Victorian design with all modern comforts.

    Geraldsplace, Edinburgh is situated in Abercromby Place, known as one of the finest streets in Edinburgh New Town. Convenient at the very centre of the city, 6 minutes walk (or by taxi-cab) from Waverley train station at Princes Street.

    Gigha Hotel is a family run hotel just a few hundred yards from the ferry terminal on the island of Gigha off the west coast of Kintyre with views over Ardminish Bay towards the mainland. The hotel menu includes local produce such as prawns, clams and lobsters and the Isle of Gigha cheese.

    Glasgow City Flats provide a range of apartments located right in the centre of Glasgow, close to the many shops, museums, galleries, bars, restaurants and tourist attractions Scotland's largest, most vibrant city has to offer. Perfect for honeymoons, romantic weekends, theatre breaks, business or shopping trips. The web site provides lots of information on the city centre and its attractions.

    The Glasgow House offers luxury self catering accommodation over four double bedrooms, three of which are en-suite. The house is situated close to the Botanic Gardens in the heart of the vibrant West End. There is a south-facing open living/kitchen area and terrace at the rooftop level giving panoramic views of the city.

    Glenaros is a working Scottish estate on the beautiful Isle of Mull. Aros was originally a Viking settlement and there is an Iron Age fort a short walk away. There are five individual cottages on the estate and the site has details on each one plus an On-line reservation enquiry form.

    Gleneagles Hotel and country club in Perthshire provides the expected high quality information as would be expected from a five-star establishment.

    The Glengarry Castle Hotel has been privately owned by the MacCallum family for over 40 years. Set in 60 acres of wooded grounds on the shore of Loch Oich and built near the old ruin of Invergarry Castle, the hotel is only 7 miles from Loch Ness.

      Glengorm Castle is on the Isle of Mull and has self catering flats and cottages and four-star bed and breakfast. The site has some nice illustrations and a 'Glengorm Gallery' which has photos, links and extra information with walks and maps.

      The luxury self catering lodge in the heart of Glengoulandie Country Park a few miles north of Taymouth and Loch Tay is situated on the edge of a beautiful highland lochan and is part of an exclusive 16 unit development which has been built and furnished to an exceptionally high standard. There's oak flooring with underfloor heating and three very spacious bedrooms all with fitted wardrobes and luxury en suites and a master bedroom with its own French doors leading to a waterside balcony.

      Glen Lui Hotel, Ballater is is a small friendly country house situated in two acres of beautiful highland countryside with views across Ballater golf course towards Lochnagar.

      Glen Mhor Hotel is in a tranquil location on the River Ness, in the heart of Inverness. A couple of minutes walk from the City Centre, the railway station and Eden Court Theatre, The Glen Mhor is a popular destination for short and weekend breaks. There are also two established restaurants offering a Scottish culinary experience with local game, Aberdeen Angus beef, fish, and shellfish.

      Glenmore Country House near Loch Melfort, south of Oban in Argyll has a New Wing Suite with double/twin bedded room, a single bedded room and a small private sitting room with sofabed and private bathroom. The Yellow room has double/twin bed, private bathroom and toilet (not en-suite). Bedrooms have a hairdryer, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Additional bed or cot is available by arrangement. Traditional cooked Scottish breakfast or Continental breakfast. Packed lunches can be prepared for guests on request. Ample off street parking for vehicles. Garden, residents lounge.

      Glenmoriston Arms Hotel, Loch Ness is located in the riverside village of Invermoriston, at the foot of Glen Moriston and just five miles north of Fort Augustus in the heart of the Highlands. The proprietors can arrange fully inclusive vacations including Highland Honeymoon, Anniversary Celebrations, Highland Golf tours, Salmon fishing, Field Sports, Photo Stalking and other Activity holidays. The Moriston Bar has a selection of around 100 single malt whiskies.

      Glenreasdale House provides B&B or self-catering in a converted mansion overlooking West Loch Tarbert and the Knapdale Hills,on the Mull of Kintyre, six miles from the small fishing village of Tarbert Loch Fyne. It is near to the ferry terminals for Islay, Gigha and Arran and deer frequently visit the rhodedendron-filled garden. Dogs are also welcome (there are five West Highland White Terriers already there!).

      Grant Arms Hotel is a 56 en-suite bedroom family run coaching hotel in Grantown-on-Spey. Queen Victoria and Prince Albert stayed there in 1860 but has been modernised to provided comfortable accommodation while keeping the traditional character. They serve four course dinner and full Scottish breakfast in a 110-seat restaurant and they make sure that your food is served at its best. There is live Scottish entertainment at the bar 2 or 3 nights a week. The Web site has a page of good links to things to see and do in the area.

      Grassmarket Studio Flat is located in the centre of Edinburgh Old Town and has stunning views of Edinburgh castle. The self catering apartment has been recently refurbished and accommodation consists of a lounge/bedroom, with a separate highly equipped kitchen and bathroom.

      Great Glen 4-star Bed and Breakfast is in a farmhouse next to Drumnadrochit and Loch Ness. It is set in 10 acres of grounds with resident horses, Shetland sheep and Highland cows. Accommodation consists of a double / twin room with ensuite bath - facilities include 6ft double bed, large bay window and individual entrance from outside with a spacious patio area with its own BBQ; includes a top of the range fully equipped kitchen, en-suite bathroom with bath and shower, flat screen TV, DVD and overlooking the beautiful garden and hills of the Great Glen. There is also a family suite taking three adults and two children with ensuite power shower, its own private BBQ and patio and fully equipped, top of the range kitchen, LCD TV, DVD with surround sound. A third suite accommodates 3 adults and 1 child with a king size bed, with a single bed for children and/or third adult, large en-suite bathroom with power shower, own individual entrance from outside with spacious patio with its own BBQ, TV, DVD and also overlooking the beautiful garden and hills of the Great Glen. Facilities include trampoline and large fenced garden hot tub complete with mood lighting and music. There's a private gym too. Residents lounge, parking on site and lunch and evening meals can be provided.

      Greenacres offers fully serviced luxurious accommodation to suit the busy executive or discerning traveller. Recently constructed, the cottage is situated in rolling countryside just outside Milngavie, less than 10 miles north of Glasgow city centre and approximately 20 miles from Loch Lomond. The accommodation, all on ground floor, comprises: Lounge/dining room/kitchen, 1 double bedroom with 5 ft double bed and extensive wardrobe and cupboard space, bathroom with shower and bath. The cottage is fully equipped including: Freeview TV; DVD player; Radio/CD; Fridge; Underfloor electric Central Heating.

      Greenbrae Farmhouse lies in the rolling farmland of Buchan, Aberdeenshire, just minutes from the sea at Peterhead. The 19th Century Farmhouse that has been extended and modernised to provide excellent bed and breakfast accommodation in comfortable double/twin bedrooms with ensuite facilities, all on the ground floor. There is a half an acre of garden and a sunroom which has a satellite television and views over the front garden with its bird feeding station.

      Grenich Steading on ehe edge of Tay Forest Park, Strthtummel, west of Pitlochry, Perthshire, is a conversion of an earlier farm building dating from the 19th century, situated above picturesque Loch Tummel. Guests have their own private sitting room and entrance and are welcome to use the extensive garden and south facing patio looking on to the hills. Accommodation comprises a twin and a double room. These are only booked for the same party, as the bathroom is shared by the two rooms. Either bed and breakfast or self-catering (for a minimum of a week) is available. Children over 8 and pets by arrangement. Evening meals are available at the Loch Tummel Inn five minutes away. The area is ideal for walkers and wildlife enthusiasts and there are 11 outstanding gardens and 3 distilleries to visit in the area. Pitlochry Festival Theatre and Pitlochry itself are within 20 minutes drive, while Blair Castle at Blair Atholl and the House of Bruar (known locally as the Harrods of the north) are 14 miles away. Parking on site, residents lounge, Continental or full cooked breakfast.

      Halfway House is a 3-star hotel just 10 minutes from Dunfermline town centre. It has 8 rooms and offers freshly cooked breakfasts and free Wi-Fi in reception. Its fully licensed restaurant offers a wide range of freshly cooked dishes, a licensed bar and a lounge for relaxing. The motorway network is easily accessible, as is Queen Margaret Train Station for visiting the Kingdom of Fife.

      Hamilton Cottages are self catering holiday premises in a picturesque rural setting at Shedog on the edge of Shiskine village on the Isle of Arran - that's about 9.5 miles from the main Ardrossan to Arran ferry terminal at Brodick and about 17 miles from the smaller Kintyre ferry at Lochranza. The cottages have been converted from Hamilton House’s characterful outbuildings into stylish and spacious holiday cottages. The three cottages are finished and maintained to the highest standard and equipped with everything needed for an enjoyable self catering holiday including modern well equipped kitchen including dishwasher, secluded garden, separate laundry room, free Wifi internet access, satellite TV and family games room.

      Hawthorn Cottage is a traditional stone built house providing self-catering in Uig, Isle of Lewis. Located in a beautiful glen at the mouth of Kinlochroag, it is a haven of tranquillity and wild beauty. It is the ideal holiday location from which to explore the beautiful surrounding area of Uig, Isle of Lewis and the land/bridged Islands of Harris and Great Bernera.

      Heatherlie is a unique 'B' listed former Victorian photographers studio and village Bank in the centre of Strathpeffer. Now a family home, much of the original interior has been preserved or restored. Bed and breakfast is offered with two double rooms available on the upper floor, one of which forms a family suite. Breakfast is served in the former bank - a stunning vaulted ceiling room.

      High Drumfad House is a luxury private house with spacious accommodation situated near Port William, Galloway which can be rented throughout the year.

      Highfield in a peaceful location about 9 miles from Oban in Argyll has 5 touring caravan pitches for Caravan Club Members only and a caravan to let. It has been running since 1987 in a half-acre site bounded on one side by mature woodland offering good shelter and with pleasant open views over croft ground to hills and mountains beyond.

      High Kirkland Holiday Cottages are three high quality self-catering units converted from the house and buildings of what was previously a small croft approximately 1 mile from the attractive coastal town of Kirkcudbright, Dumfries and Galloway. All cottages are traditional stone built and completely modernised to a high standard. Scottish Tourist Board 3 and 4 star.

      Highland Heather Lodges offer well appointed Scottish log cabins for both long and short stay self-catering holiday accommodation, in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland within easy walking distance of Comrie, a few miles from Crieff. Stylishly constructed from natural timber and stone by local craftsmen these new architect-designed log cabins, with hot tubs & BBQ's the lodges lie in the beautiful valley of Strathearn on the Highland Line which divides the Scottish Lowlands from the Highlands and are at the gateway to the magnificent scenery of the Trossachs and the Loch Lomond National Park. The owners can arrange salmon and trout fishing and the use of the Crieff Hydro leisure facilities on request.

      Highland Lodges self catering accommodation in a remote part of the Scottish Highlands near Invergarry, Spean Bridge, Inverness-shire,has easy access to Fort Augustus and Fort William. Two bedroom self catering lodges are set within a 3-acre private and non commercialised site on the shores of Loch Lochy. The lodges have just undergone a refurbishment programme and are open all year.

      Highland Rest self-catering apartment is 3 miles from the centre of Inverness and 4 miles from Loch Ness. It is set in a private garden with a small burn running through it and adjoins Struanbridge cottage.

      Hillview Cottage provides self catering accommodation in a traditional Scottish cottage dating back to 1852. It is located in Lewiston, near Drumnadrochit, one of the oldest villages in Scotland and within walking distance to the shores of Loch Ness. The cottage is only 200 yards from the Great Glen Way and is ideal for holidays and short breaks all year round.

      Hillview Cottage, Loch Katrine is a 2-bedroom semi-detached self catering cottage in Stronachlachar just 150 yards from the pier where the SS Sir Walter Scott steamer arrives daily during peak season. It nestles in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park within 150 yards of Loch Katrine with breathtaking views of the surrounding hills of Ben Lomond, Ben Ledi and Ben Venue.

      Holiday Cottage Scotland is in a rural setting within easy walking distance of Crieff in Perthshire in a recently converted Farm Steading only 500 yards from the bank of the River Earn. Accommodation is all on the ground floor with open plan Sitting/dining room, a cozy open fire and an archway to a large area with a coombed ceiling, wooden floors, rugs and french doors that open onto a large patio area with views towards Ben Chonzie.

      Home Farm Bed & Breakfast provides luxury bed and breakfast in a comfortable house in a quiet rural location, with open views to the surrounding hills, on the outskirts of Muir of Ord, a village on the Black Isle, Muir of Ord, Scottish Highlands. It is ideally situated for touring the Highlands of Scotland.

      Hopeman Lodge, Elgin, is a large, 200-year-old house situated in 8 acres of grounds overlooking the Moray Firth. It contains four self-catering holiday flats, furnished to Tourist Board Grade 1 standard, inside the main house. There is a brochure available in either Word or PDF format which can be downloaded.

      Horgabost on the Isle of Harris has a Neolithic chambered burial cairn in the garden and close by there are two sandy beaches.

      The Howard Hotel in Edinburgh is full of luxury on an exquisite, small scale, oozing with quality, tradition and just the right emphasis on formality. In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on The Howard Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

      Hunter Holiday Cottages are situated just outside Rosewell, a historic mining town in the heart of Midlothian. There are detailed maps on how to find the cottages on their web site, Historically they were the coachman’s lodgings for Whitehill House dating back to the early 1700’s. Both Cottages are situated within the character filled stone building with many of the historic features retained. They are fully equipped and also included in the weekly price are logs for the wood burning stoves, electricity, central heating, linen, soft duvets and pillows.

      Hunter's Cabins are self-catering family holiday cabins made from red cedarwood in the county of Angus in rural surroundings, overlooking the South Esk river, with views of some of the Angus glens. Each cabin has a patio, picnic table and umbrella and there is also a big outdoor barbecue for all to enjoy. The site has a detailed Local Features page and links to other pages of interest.

      Huntingtower Lodge is at Drimarben near Fort William, on 5 acres of hillside overlooking Loch Linnhe. Each room in this Scottish Tourist Board 4-star bed and breakfast establishment has a Notebook PC with free broadband Internet access, Satellite TV, DVD/CD and VCR. There is access to fax, telephone and copying facilities and a library of books, CDs, DVDs, Videos and Games. Unlike most B&Bs, they don't insist on you leaving the Lodge during the day; if you prefer to relax there with a book, a coffee and the view, then you are very welcome to do so. The Lodge is a 'child-free', 'pet-free' and 'smoke-free' zone.

      Ibis Hotel is located right in the centre of Aberdeen, close to the railway, bus station and harbour. It has easy access to all the shopping, business and entertainment areas. Union Street is just around the corner. The hotel benefits from 107 contemporary designed guest rooms, each with internet access, satellite TV, tea/coffee making facilities and en-suite shower rooms.

      Inchgeal Lodge in Ballater, close to the river Dee was built in the 1890s and was at one time the residence of the doctor to the Royal Family when in attendance at nearby Balmoral. It is less than 200 yards from the centre of Ballater. All rooms have hospitality trays and WiFi internet access is available. Accommodation consists of a family room with a double and single bed in an adjacent annex and ensuite bathroom; a double room with ensuite bathroom and shower; a double room with ensuite shower and bathroom; a twin bedded room with ensuite bathroom; and a double room with ensuite shower room. Packed luches can be provided by arrangment. Guest facilities include wifi, parking on site, garden, residents lounge, full cooked breakfast.

      Inch Hotel on Loch Ness Fort Augustus, is an historic country lodge hotel with great views over Scotland's most famous Loch, above picturesque Inchnacardoch Bay. All the well-equipped, ensuite rooms come complete with free WiFi, telephones, hair-dryers, tea and coffee making facilities and flat-screen TVs with Free View. Many also enjoy stunning views overlooking Loch Ness, including a bridal suite which comes complete with a beautiful 4 poster bed that is just perfect for that romantic weekend in the Highlands! They also pride themselves on being a family friendly hotel and have two suites with connecting rooms that are ideal for families of four, or more. Their AA award-winning restaurant has some of the best views of Loch Ness in the house and serves a superb Scottish menu using locally sourced produce that is prepared fresh every day. They also have a relaxing bar and lounge that have an open log fire and over 60 malt whiskies to choose from.

      The Inn at Lathones is a 400 year old coaching inn is situated just 5 miles from the famous golfing town of St Andrews. Their chef won the Scottish finals of the Minotel Chef of the Year competition and the bar has real ale and a good selection of whiskies.

      The Inn Place is at 20-30 Cockburn Street (which runs from the High Street downhill to Market Street in Edinburgh). The three buildings in this block are all category B listed buildings built in 1859-61 for the Scotsman Newspaper, right in the centre of this Scotland's capital city. There are 27 newly built bedrooms, some with spectacular views of the city and the olde worlde style Cockburn Street. Café bar and a short walk to the castle, the train station, Princes Street and numerous other attractions, The Inn Place is a unique Metro style hotel.

      International Starters is a privately owned family business in a modern building on the main street in Aviemore, run by folk who have been in the catering and hotel business for generations. Prices are inclusive of a full-cooked Highland breakfast. All bedrooms are en-suite with tea/coffee facilities, and flat screen T.V’s with Freeview and wifi in all areas. Restaurant and large beer garden with mountain view attached. Large car park.

      Invergarry Hotel is a distinctive Victorian building, originally a coaching inn. The hotel is located in the small village of Invergarry in the Scottish Highlands which was the clan seat of the MacDonells of Glengarry and overlooks the River Garry, well known for salmon fishing.

      Inverlochy Castle Hotel in Fort William has a high class restaurant and highland weddings are a speciality. For a full review, see Great Places to Stay - Inverlochy Castle Hotel.

      45/6 James Square, Caledonian Crescent, Edinburgh is an attractive one-bedroom apartment set in a luxury development conveniently located to the west of Edinburgh city centre, with private parking and easy access to bus and rail networks. A the double sofa-bed in the sitting room makes the accommodation suitable for up to four people. Leisure facilities within the development include a private swimming pool and sauna, garden area with barbeque for summer use, and rooftop terrace with spectacular views of Edinburgh.

      Keepers Cottage is completely self catering so you come and go when you please. The former gamekeeper’s cottage, overlooking attractive Loch Snizort, Isle of Skye, is in the charming settlement of Skeabost Bridge, with restaurants and bars and an 18-tee, nine-hole golf course open to the public. Skeabost is only six miles from Skye’s capital, Portree, and within easy reach of Dunvegan with its famous castle and seal colony.

      Kelvin Hotel is conveniently situated in the centre of Oban, Argyll, on one of the oldest streets in the town. It boasts wonderful views over the waterfront, towards Mull and beyond. Furthermore, it is within easy reach of excellent transport links; the ferry terminal, with boats heading for the Isles, and the bus and train stations are all nearby. Set within a Grade B Listed Building, it is one of the oldest in Oban, and provides a pleasant environment for you to relax in after a long day, with a comfortable lounge and small bar. The hotel offers fully en-suite rooms, with options including bed & breakfast, half or full board.

      Kennels Cottage has four star bed and breakfast accommodation situated in Dollarbeg near Stirling in the heart of central Scotland. The rooms (one twin bedroom or family room and two double bedrooms all with en-suite facilities) have been recently modernized and include everything you need to ensure a comfortable stay.

      Kilronan House provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation and was built in 1853, as a family home located in the Victorian Spa Town of Bridge of Allan, Stirling. There are spacious guest rooms both with ensuite bathrooms and tea/coffee making facilities. There is a Twin/Family room and a Double/Family room.

      King Malcolm Hotel is located on Queensferry Road, a five-minute drive from Dunfermline, Fife. This 4-star hotel has 48 rooms each well-equipped with bathroom with a bath, a shower and a hairdryer and offer tea/coffee making facilities. The King Malcolm offers Scottish cuisine as well as a terrace, 2 bars, free Wi-Fi and free parking. The Richmond's Restaurant and Conservatory Bar offers a Scottish menu, while the Canmore Vaults Lounge Bar offers bar snacks and regular entertainment.

      Kingswood Hotel on the outskirts of Burntisland in Fife, nestles in over 2 acres of gardens and woodland with panoramic views of the Firth of Forth to Edinburgh. Built circa 1850 by the Johnstone family, sugar planters from Jamaica, the Kingswood remained a private residence until around 1930. Rankin and Kathryn Bell have personally managed it as a hotel since 1986.

      Kirklands House and Garden in the village of Saline, Fife is set in 2 acres of stunning gardens created over the last 26 years and 20 acres of naturally regenerating woodland. The Bed and Breakfast accommodation has every convenience to hand and will appeal not just to garden lovers, with views of the Ochil Hills and access to the attractions of the Kingdom of Fife and beyond.

      Kirklea Guest House is a 100-year old Victorian terraced villa just one mile from the centre of Edinburgh. There are six bedrooms: two singles (one with private bathroom), two doubles (one ensuite), one triple room (ensuite) and one twin room (also ensuite). All of these have comfortable beds, tea and coffee making facilities, colour TV with DVD. Each room also contains an information pack about Edinburgh so you can decide what to do in Edinburgh at your leisure. There is a wide choice of breakfast including an optional haggis sampler and a special vegetarian breakfast. The owners also speak, French, Italian, Dutch and some German and Spanish. Residents lounge.

      >Knight Residence Knockderry House Hotel is a small privately owned and run country house hotel in the village of Cove, on the Rosneath Peninsula, Argyll. The house dates from around the mid-19th century but was enlarged by major extensions by William Leiper in the last decade of the century. He had freedom to experiment and the resulting mixture of turrets, balconies, dormer and bay windows can be seen today. The talented designers Daniel Cottier, J Gordon Guthrie, and Leiper himself, were responsible for the very fine examples of stained glass, woodwork, and fireplaces which can be seen throughout the building.

      Knockomie Scottish Highland Hotel is four miles from the Moray coast and the world famous village of Findhorn, near Inverness. All the rooms have different themes for their decor (including a traditional Four-Poster room and a Colonial Four-Poster room). This 4-star hotel also serves tasty dishes in its restaurant and bistro.

      Lauderdale Hotel, Scottish Borders is a country house hotel in an imposing Edwardian building in its own extensive grounds with fishing and shooting opportunities, at the northern end of the picturesque Royal Burgh of Lauder, 25 miles from Edinburgh . Award winning cuisine, fine wines and malts.

      Linsidecroy was built in 1862 by the Duke of Sutherland as a model farm and was recently restored to make a comfortable family home that now welcomes visitors to stay for bed and breakfast. The guest bedrooms overlook the Kyle of Sutherland which has four salmon rivers flowing into it, and there are sweeping views of Sutherland's spectacular and rugged Highland landscape. Linsidecroy, north of Tain and Inverness is convenient for exploring both thr east and west coasts of Sutherland including coastal nature reserves, Dunrobin Castle, whisky distilleries and the cathedral town of Dornoch. Accommodation consists of a double or twin bedded room with an ensuite bath, shower and wc; a double room with ensuite bathroom with shower and wc; there is also a self catering cottage with one bedroom available for weekly lets. B&B facilities include parking on site, garden, residents lounge and full cooked breakfast.

      Lochcarron - Holiday Cottages in Wester Ross, Scottish Highlands are located either within Lochcarron village itself or within a very short travelling distance of the village. The accommodation available range from a modern detached chalet bungalow to a traditional detached cottage.

      Loch Leven Chalets are located at Onich, four miles from the village of North Ballachulish which is 12 miles from Fort William. The small complex of seven self catering chalets are located on a loch side, overlooking the famous Pap of Glencoe. They are fully equipped to cater for up to four adults, and are quality graded with three stars by VisitScotland. There is free sea fishing on Loch Leven.

      Loch Lomond Waterfront luxury lodges in Balmaha are right on the waterfront. Each lodge can sleep up to 6 people. Each lodge has a double sofa bed and a hydrotherapy steam shower bathroom and many of the lodges have an open air sauna. The open plan lounge and dining areas are spacious and airy and they all look South towards the Loch over their own private patio. There are widescreen televisions, DVD/CDs as well as Wifi broadband internet connections. The luxury kitchens are fully equipped with everything needed to serve a full scale dinner party. The lodges are all architect designed, locally sourced, and built with Scottish timber from managed and sustainable forests. The living eco roofs, made from sedum alpines.

      Loch Melfort Hotel, Arduaine, by Oban, Argyll is situated overlooking Asknish Bay, beside the famous Arduaine Gardens. The original house was built by J. Arthur Campbell and his portrait hangs above the stairs in the main house. In the modern extension. all the bedrooms have large patio windows so that in fine weather you can either sit on your balcony (first floor) or terrace (ground floor) enjoying the views down The Sound of Jura.

      Lochnell Arms Hotel, North Connel, is 5 miles north of Oban on the banks of Loch Etive, next to Connel Bridge. Great views of Ben Cruachan in the east and out toward Mull in the west. There is a bar with lots of malts and a restaurant with home cooking using fresh local produce.

      Loch Torridon Country House Hotel on the West Coast of Scotland is a traditional Victorian shooting lodge set in 58 Acres of parkland at the foot of Ben Damph, complete with its own resident Highland Cattle and Free Range Hens. The hotel was used by Ted Danson and Joely Richardson and the rest of the actors and crew when making the film "Loch Ness".

      Lomond Airport Hotel is located at New Sneddon Street, Paisley, and is thus convenient for Glasgow Airport. Most bedrooms are ensuite and the more spacious rooms can cater for up to 4 people. The building was commissioned back in 1824 by a Paisley cotton mill owner and the original Georgian character has been recently restored.

      Lomond Hotel is located at the edge of Glasgow City Centre, in the heart of the "West End" area of the city and offers "Bed and Breakfast" style accommodation in a Victorian-design terrace. This is Scottish Tourist Board two star guest house and the AA hotel listing has awarded a rating of three diamonds.

      London Street is just 10 minutes walk from Edinburgh city centre in the heart of the New Town. #7 is an apartment on the second floor that dates from 1810 which is a one Super King double room B&B, so you can relax in a light and quiet room (overlooking the garden) with en suite bathroom with shower and luxurious bath. The sitting room is yours to enjoy with comfortable sofas, books, TV/DVD, Wi-Fi & DAB radio plus hairdryer, bathrobes, tea tray - and you can even put your feet up on the coffee table, that's what its for! Residents Lounge and whatever you choose for breakfast is cooked to order in the dining kitchen. Key to private gardens and parking on site. Guest reviews can be seen on TripAdvisor at TripAdvisor.

      Lower Pitcalnie is a small bed and breakfast establishment, on the shores of the Cromarty Firth and Nigg Bay, north of Inverness. There are 3 twin en-suite bedrooms, each with its own entrance from the courtyard formed by the house and annexe. There are plans for a golf practice facility in the 8 acres of garden, and fishing in the third acre pond.

      Lundie View Lodge offers B&B (seven rooms with a range of facilities) and a self catering apartment (large bedroom sleeps 4 in a double & 2 single beds) in a converted and extended 150 year old centrally heated croft. The location is four miles south of Fort Augustus near to the Caledonian Canal and the Great Glen Walk with great views over the Great Glen. Breakfast and all day snacks are also available in The Thistle Stop Tearoom.

      Lynturk Home Farm is a listed farmhouse in 300 acres of farmland, just 20 minutes from Aberdeen airport. The farmhouse was built in 1762 by the ancestors of the current owners. There is a fine drawing room with a roaring log fire in colder weather and candlelit dinners and massive breakfasts are served in the tranquil dining room. Guests have great hill views from their en-suite bedrooms. Residents' lounge, on-site parking garden and evening meals are also available.

      Mackays Hotel and Restaurant in Durness, in North West Sutherland, is a 150-year-old building which has been carefully renovated by the owners to provide their guests with that little bit extra in Highland elegance. There are six en-suite bedrooms, all individually decorated and furnished. The area is known as the homeland of the Clan Mackay and the hotel is supporting a local initiative called "The Mackay Country Project".

      McKinley Holiday Homes has luxury caravans to rent at Seton Sands Holiday Village, a family friendly Holiday Park with good on-site facilities, east of Edinburgh, overlooking the Firth of Forth in East Lothian.

      3 Maclean Walk, Dunfermline, Fife is a self-contained studio apartment, conveniently located in a quiet residential area of Dunfermline. Ideally situated for exploring Dunfermline, Edinburgh, central Scotland and beyond... The flat is suitable for two people, however on request a folding single bed is available for a third occupant.

      Malmaison is a hotel chain formed in 1994, named after the Château de Malmaison on the outskirts of Paris. Their premise is "Hotels that dare to be different" and so each location is individually designed with sumptuous accommodation and daring touches. There are Malmaison hotels in major locations across the UK and they have hotels in Scotland at Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow.

      Mash Tun inn is situated on the banks of the river Spey in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail in the village of Aberlour. There are five recently refurbished whisky themed rooms situated above the bar area. The comfortable and well appointed rooms are all named after local distilleries. Four Luxury Rooms, The Glenfarclas, The Glenfiddich, The Macallan and The Glenlivet, and also a Luxury Suite - The Aberlour. These rooms are all en-suite and have tea and coffee making facilities as well as TV and free wireless internet access. Parking is available on site. All rooms enjoy spectacular views over the River Spey. The Mash Tun is also home to a wide and varied selection of whiskies, both single malts and blends, predominately from Speyside but also incorporating distilleries from the rest of Scotland. In addition to the bar, lunch and evening meals can be provided with locally sourced and well presented food.

      Melville Castle is in a secluded situation on the bank of the North Esk river within a fifty acre wooded estate, just beyond the south-east boundary of Edinburgh. Designed by James Playfair principally for entertaining on a grand scale, it was built in 1786 on the site of the old medieval castle for the first Viscount Melville. It has been restored and refurbished to provide a luxury hotel which specialises in Wedding Receptions, Conferences and Corporate Events.

      Menzies Aberdeen Airport Hotel in Dyce is located six miles north west of central Aberdeen and just half a mile from Aberdeen Airport - there is a regular airport shuttle service from the hotel. Inside, this 3-star hotel offers newly refurbished bedrooms, a brasserie-style restaurant and a comfortable lounge and bar area. Facilities include free Wi-Fi access in all bedrooms and onsite car park (charged at £3 per day).

      Mill Hotel, Gretna Green, is a family-run hotel in a converted 18th century farmhouse specialising in "Gretna Weddings". An associated site is The Forge for an anvil wedding with candlelit ceremonies and churchlike setting.

      Miller House Guest House, is a large Victorian house situated on Miller road in Ayr's town centre, providing bed & breakfast. Accommodation is to a high standard with 6 foot beds in most rooms. Wi-Fi, LCD TV, 5 minute walk from Ayr Bus and Train Stations and private off street parking and a private guest entrance to the rear. The owners are members of Golf South Ayrshire who run the municipal courses which they can book for you at a discounted price. A variety of rooms available including twins, doubles, triples and family. All rooms have en-suite and have there own tea/coffee making facilities.

      Milton Cottage offers B&B "with a difference" in the heart of Highland Perthshire, just north of Dalguise between Dunkeld and Aberfeldy with Pitlochry close by. Surrounded by a 13 acre field of parkland, the house was once a keeper's cottage on the Dalguise Estate which has been extended and modernised. You are welcomed to Milton Cottage by a keen cook who will make your stay a special one.

      Morar Hotel near Mallaig is a family run 40-bedroomed hotel on the fabled "Road to the Isles" with views of the famous Silver Sands of Morar and the islands of Rum and Eigg. The hotel will soon celebrate its centenary and the 'Silver Sands Restaurant' with its panoramic view, offers salmon, trout and venison and fresh fish and seafood from Mallaig.

      Morrison's Holiday Homes provide self-catering holiday accommodation in the Old Dairy Cottage, in the Royal Burgh of Auchterarder, Perthshire. The cottage (which dates back to 1709), has spacious upstairs and downstairs units which can be let separately or combined. Each is capable of sleeping six people. The Old Dairy Cottage has been in the same family since the 1920s and is very spacious, very well equipped, very comfortable and warm. The Web site includes helpful information on local events, attractions and golf courses as well as travel information.

      Morton of Pitmilly has ten self-catering cottages at Kingsbarns, St Andrews, equipped with a heated indoor pool and sauna, a fitness room, games room, putting green, golf practice and football areas, as well as a two mile long nature/jogging trail, a children's play area, tennis court, TV sports channels, video library and steamroom.

      Motherwell Self Catering at Fir View a perfect 4-bedroom house with all conveniences, sleeps up to 7 in four bedrooms; Sky tv in Living Room; TV's in all bedrooms; Broadband Internet Access and Computer; centrally located for Business and Leisure. The site includes informtion on places to visit and local attractions.

      Moulin Hotel is sited in the village square of Moulin, an ancient Scottish waypoint, just 3/4 of a mile from the town of Pitlochry. It has 17 bedrooms with en suite facilities with a restaurant, residents'lounge and a lounge bar (which overlooks the garden and Moulin Burn).

      Mount Cameron offers Scottish Tourist Board three-star bed and breakfast on the Isle of Harris, south of Tarbert, overlooking The Minch towards Skye and Wester Ross. Mount Cameron is a working croft and accommodation available is one double room with en-suite facilities and one twin room with shared facilities.

      Mull Holiday Cottages are three privately owned and managed self catering units close to the coast of the Isle of Mull - Riverside and Keeper's Cottage are adjacent to each other at Aros Bridge, midway between Fishnish and Tobermory. Corry Cottage is situated a few miles away on the outskirts of Fishnish. Riverside Cottage sleeps four people, while Keeper's and Corry Cottages sleep six people.

      Neidpath Inn in Peebles has 4 double rooms and 1 single room. Each of the en-suite rooms is equipped with a flat screen Sky TV and has access to Free Wi-Fi. It has a bar and a relaxed and informal 40-seat restaurant serving super local produce cooked with imagination and flair. A great centre for exploring the Scottish Borders.

      Netherby House bed & breakfast is conveniently situated within the select Edinburgh district of Corstorphine, 2 miles from Edinburgh International Airport and just 10 minutes from Edinburgh City Centre on a direct bus route to all major city attractions, with free secure private parking.

      Netherfield Bed & Breakfast is situated halfway between Cairngorm and The Lecht skiing areas, near Aviemore and Grantown on Spey. Accommodation in two spacious ensuite rooms (one double or twin and one triple), both of which have stunning views of the mountains and garden. Facilities include large, power showers, Freeview TV in each bedroom, free WIFI, relaxation area with information, books and games, use of garden/seating and guest's drying room. On site parking and storage for motor bikes. Lunch can be provided and there are also two nearby restaurants.

      The Neuk Guest House, north of Fort William, is within a few minutes walking of the "Corpach Basin" canal bank and the famous, historic "Neptune's Staircase". Accommodation consists of a family room with a double and single bed and ensuite bathroom which can be configured for 3 singles for an extra £5; a double room with ensuite bathroom and views over Loch Linnhe & The Mamore Mountains; a family room with a double and single bed and ensuite bathroom which also has views over Loch Linnhe & the Mamore Mountains. The Neuk provides an ideal base for those who wish to explore the surrounding area either walking, cycling or motoring. Sports readily available include sailing, surfing, canoeing, mountain biking, moutaineering, orienteering, trail biking and horse riding. Full cooked breakfast, residents lounge, garden, parking on site.

      New Lanark Mill Hotel was originally an 18th century cotton mill. After years of painstaking restoration work, the hotel opened for business and pleasure in 1998. There are 38 spacious and stylish bedrooms including double, twin, triple, family, suite and 4 accessible rooms, the Mill One Restaurant, Bar & Lounge, Health & Fitness Club with Spa facilities. All bedrooms enjoy spectacular views across the River Clyde or surrounding conservation area, and our self-catering Waterhouses virtually rest on the banks of the River Clyde.

      Norlaggan bed and breakfast is in the valley of the river Spey at Aberlour and has three rooms (a double room which can accommodate up to 3 adults and two family rooms for up to 4 adults). Shared bathroom, satellite T.V. with DVD and Tea/Coffee making facilities. A well appointed lounge is exclusively for the use of guests. Parking on site. In addition to a full Scottish breakfast included in the price, the owners can provide at extra cost soup and sandwich lunches, soup and sandwich suppers, full evenings meal and packed lunches.

      Northcliff, overlooking the South Fife fishing village of North Queensferry, is an early 19th century mansion and two cottages set in 5 hectares of private woodland. There are eight fully equipped, self contained apartments or cottages for both short and long lets.

      The Northumberland Hotel is a 16 bedroom establishment situated just 2 miles from Edinburgh city centre. Ideally located for business travellers (with free wireless broadband, and photocopy and fax facilities), golf breaks, families and sightseeing. There is also has a free, secure, guest car park.

      Number11 B&B in Brora, Sutherland, has two spacious en-suite letting rooms, both with double beds, graded 4-star by Visit Scotland. The double room on the ground floor, has a large en-suite and walk in shower while the double room on the first floor has en-suite bath and shower. Facilities include residents lounge, full cooked breakfast, king-sized beds, dual control electric blanket, lots of hanging and storage space, complimentary tea, coffee, hot chocolate and biscuits, radio alarm clock, TV with CD / DVD player & Freeview, Internet access, hairdrier, & toiletries. Brora Golf Club boasts an 18-hole links course, with stunning views out over the beautiful beach to the north sea. The course ranks highly with golfers, and many who visit nearby Royal Dornoch also make time to play Brora.

      Old Church House in Dunblane’s Cathedral Square, Stirling, was originally a row of 18th-century cottages and is now a cosy wee hotel with eleven en-suite bedrooms and a welcoming restaurant serving fresh and tasty food all day, a lovely guest lounge and is fully licenced. In the mid 1950s a row of 18th century derelict cottages which stood to the side of Dunblane Cathedral were rescued from demolition and restored and converted into an ecumenical conference centre "Scottish Churches House". This closed in 2011 but the potential to bring the House back to life and into the centre of the community again has been realised with this new hotel.

      The Old Exchange is nestled in the heart of the beautiful National Trust Estate of Threave Castle and Gardens, set on the nature trail that links the internationally renowned Threave Gardens to the magnificent historic ruins of Threave Castle. The Architect designed conversion of the exchange building for 4 self catering holiday apartments for parties of 3 or 4, was completed in 2005. Their attractive and imaginative web site has lots of information about local attractions, activities (including local golf courses) and wildlife.

      Old Manor Country House Hotel is a 4-star hotel in the village of Lundin Links, near St Andrews. It was built in the mid-19th Century as a private residence and was converted to a hotel in 1951 and has been extended and refurbished over the last few years. It is highly regarded for its high standard of dining (Aithernie Restaurant and the informal Coachman's Bistro), banqueting (Lundie and Largo suite) and corporate facilities. There are en-suite rooms including three four-poster bedrooms, most with sea views and several with balconies.

      The Old Manse is a recently refurbished granite vicarage on the outskirts of Lochcarron village, Wester Ross, with superb views overlooking Loch Carron. There are five bedrooms available to let, all with en suite facilities and the house has full central heating.

      The Old Manse Guest House, Dalriach Road, Oban, Argyll was built in 1863 for the Church of Scotland. The Victorian building, just above the town centre, has been lovingly restored and refurbished by the present owners and has been in the final shortlist for "Simply the Best", recognised as one of the most authentic independent guide books to Scotland and Scottish accommodation. The gardens have been landscaped and nurtured to provide a beautiful haven to relax.

      Old Smiddy Cottage sits on the water's edge in an isolated corner of Loch Katrine, Stronachlachar and offers self catering facilities in an idyllic location. Recently converted and modernised, the Old Smiddy is now a three bedroom cottage (1 double, 2 twin) able to sleep up to six people. Stronachlachar is a short distance from the villages of Aberfoyle and Callander.

      Old Stables in Alyth, Perthshire provides bed & breakfast in a converted 19th century building with timber-lined ceiling and wood-burning fire set in spacious enclosed gardens. Old Stables has been elected for the Glenturret / Perthshire Tourism Awards twice since 1995 and is rated four star by the Scottish Tourist Board. There is full central heating, double glazing, constant hot water and a relaxing sauna.

      Open Arms Hotel overlooks the 13th century Dirleton Castle and gardens is a family owned business that has provided a warm welcome since 1947. There are two restaurants catering for a range of tastes and many of the twelve rooms have king-sized beds.

      Orocco Pier boutique hotel on High Street North Queensferry, Fife has 17 rooms and 3 levels of outside decking which makes the most of its waterside setting. The hotel has a choice of bar areas, stylish restaurant and adaptable event space, creating a contemporary, chic atmosphere. Bedrooms are welcoming and modern.

      The Osprey Hotel, Kingussie is situated in Cairngorm National Park in the Scottish Highlands close to the popular winter and summer resort of Aviemore. Olde Worlde décor, best Scottish fare, malt whiskies, local beers to make this a memorable visit that you will wish to repeat. The eleven rooms are ensuite with TV, broadband access and coffee making facilities.

      Palmyra Guest House is situated on the waterfront less than a mile from Rothesay on the Isle of Bute. There is a panoramic view across the bay from the Conservatory adjoining the guest house. The owners are happy to meet you from the Ferry pier if you are not coming by car.

      Park Inn by Radisson overlooks Aberdeen's historic harbour and is an easy walk to the shops and restaurants of Union Street. Each room in this Aberdeen city centre hotel includes a flat-screen television, work desk, free high-speed, wireless Internet, individual climate control and tea and coffee provisions. Guests can relax and enjoy a drink in the hotel's contemporary bar while breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily in the on-site RBG Bar & Grill.

      Parliament House Hotel is a tranquil oasis offering traditional service in the very heart of Edinburgh. All of the 53 guest rooms have been furnished in keeping with the character of the building and offer a high standard of accommodation with private bathroom, colour television, direct dial telephone, trouser press, hairdryer, tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar and room service. The hotel also has a Bistro serving tasty dishes and a Lounge Bar area.

      Peebles Hotel Hydro is a high quality establishment usually referred to as "Peebles Hydro" but its full name is the Peebles Hotel Hydropathic. It opened in 1907 and owes its impeccable architecture to the Edwardian traditions. The Web site has some interesting 360 degree panoramas to let you see the building and the views.

      Piersland House Hotel Troon, Ayrshire was built in 1899 as the home for the grandson of Johnnie Walker, founder of the Scotch Whisky firm. The house remained a family home until 1956 and is now a Hotel retaining the original country house character.

      Pinewood Country House near St Andrews in Fife is a family run, traditional Scottish Guest House set in its own grounds, in a rural setting providing food using fresh local produce.

      Pitbauchlie House is a thre-star hotel located on Aberdour Road, Dunfermline, Fife. Set in 3 acres of woodland and landscaped gardens, this former country style house has been transformed into a modern hotel with sophisticated facilities including 3 bars, an a la carte restaurant and bistro plus excellent conference and banqueting facilities. Each luxurious guest room is individually furnished.

      Pitcairlie Leisure two miles from Auchtermuchty, on the Perthshire/Fife border, provides self-catering holidays at a 16th century mansion within a 120 acre estate of woods, streams, parklands, and two ornamental lakes.

      Pitcullen Guest House is just north of Perth, 5 minutes drive from Scone Palace and Perth Race Course. Accommodation consists of two double rooms with ensuite shower, two family rooms (each catering for up to four adults) with ensuite shower or private bath and a twin room with ensuite shower and a double room with ensuite shower. Facilities include electric blankets plus flatscreen TV, mini fridge with complimentary bottled water & soft drinks, blackout blind, tea/coffee making facilities, carafe of filtered water & hairdryer. There is free Wi-Fi in all guest rooms, parking is on site, residents lounge, full cooked or continental breakfast.

      Pitzcalzean House a listed country home standing in its own grounds of 33 acres, overlooking the Cromarty Firth 6 miles from the village of Nigg Station and some 6½ miles off the A9. Offering bed and breakfast accommodation, it is readily accessible to both Tain and Inverness. It was originally built in 1790 and extended throughout the 19th Century. The novelist Eric Linklater purchased the house in 1947 and wrote many of his books here.

      Place Hotel is a luxury four star boutique hotel, situated in an A-listed Georgian Terrace on York Place, in the very heart of Edinburgh city centre. This privately owned Edinburgh hotel features 47 stylish bedrooms & suites, a stylish restaurant & bar and spacious meeting, conference and event facilities for up to 388 people. Convenient for local transport and within walking distance of all the central Edinburgh attractions.

      Plough Tavern Hotel in Haddington, East Lothian, has a Bistro Lounge Bar, Public Bar and 6 comfortable bedrooms, four of them en-suite and one a family room that sleeps 5. Rooms have TV and coffee/tea service. There is a beer garden to the rear of the Hotel and the award winning Bistro has a vast number of freshly prepared dishes cooked from local suppliers.

      Point Piper is at Claigan, approximately three miles from Dunvegan on the road to the Coral Beach, an area of great natural beauty. Point Piper offers beautiful uninterrupted views towards the Little Minch and Outer Hebrides beyond and is the perfect location for a peaceful and relaxing holiday within easy travelling distance of the attractions Skye has to offer. Point Piper was built in 2012, to a very high specification and offers great comfort for five people in two double bedrooms with ensuite facilities, a single bedroom, two lounges, conservatory, bathroom, kitchen and utility room. The house sits in its own fenced grounds with a large parking area.

      Pool House Hotel, Poolewe, Wester Ross stands on the shores of Loch Ewe, looking across the bay onto the world-famous sub-tropical Inverewe Gardens. Pool House was the once home of Osgood Mackenzie, founder of these gardens, who built the house with the view in mind. The hotel is a 4-star Scottish Tourist Board recommended establishment.

      The Pier Hotel in Portree, Isle of Skye, is situated right in the heart of the town. All rooms are ensuite with TV and tea / coffee making facilities and all the rooms have a view over historic Portree Harbour as the hotel is right on the pier. With a bar and restaurant, the Pier Hotel makes an ideal base in a central location for visiting the entire island.

      Piperdam in Fowlis, near Dundee, nestles in the Sidlaw Hills and has 4-star self-catering luxury lodges. This is a major leisure resort with golf, fishing, spa facilities, a fine restaurant and bars, function and conference suite - and their very own nesting Ospreys (in season!). The site has a 360° Virtual Tour to let you see what is on offer.

      Prestonfield House is a beautiful 17th century historic house, only five minutes by taxi from Princes Street in Edinburgh`s city centre. Prestonfield is internationally recognised as one of Scotland's best privately owned hotels. The web site has an impressive virual tour.

      Prince's House Hotel, Glenfinnan near Fort William, has links with Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobites. Glenfinnan is the home of the famous Glenfinnan monument and spectacular Glenfinnan railway viaduct. The hotel has won awards for its cuisine.

      Principal Apartments is a Glasgow-based family run business offering 40 serviced self catering apartments for rent in Glasgow - City Centre, Merchant City, Exhibition Centre and West End. Apartments have a TV, DVD player, heating boiler, oven, hob, microwave, fridge, and freezer, toaster, kettle, washing machine. Most have a dishwasher and tumble dryer. ury Flats for Rent in Glasgow. Short and long term rentals.

      Ptarmigan House is a Scottish Tourist Board Three-Star guest house created from a 19th century shooting lodge in Blair Atholl, a mile from Blair Castle. There is also self catering accommodation in a separate house that sleeps up to ten.

      Queen's Hotel is situated in the picturesque village of Bridge of Allan, two and a half miles from Stirling city centre. It was built in the early part of the 19th century but the refurbishment commissioned pieces of art, fine craftsmanship and natural materials to create contemporary styling.

      Radisson Blu Hotel, Edinburgh is located in the heart of the Old Town of Edinburgh on its historic Royal Mile - or High Street - which stretches from the Castle down to the Palace of Holyroodhouse. The hotel offers first class conference and business meeting rooms, swimming pool, spa and fitness centre. As the hotel had been purpose built in 1990, facilities also include a car park, which can be an added bonus in the city centre. The Radisson Blu is a compact six-storey building with over 200 bedrooms all with free broadband access, direct dial telephones, satellite TV, pay movies, hospitality tray, mini bar and laptop safe. Heating and air conditioning can be self-controlled at the touch of a button. This new look hotel has a funky bar and restaurant, Itchycoo, located just off the lobby and open to guests and non-residents. It's a catchy name is from the Small Faces hit, Itchycoo Park.
      In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on Radisson Blu Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

      Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow is an eyecatching hotel in Argyle Street, Glasgow, close by Central Station (where trains arrive from the south, including London). The frontage is a huge curving copper and glass facade which sweeps up and outwards in a smooth curving shape like a giant cinema screen. There are 247 bedrooms of various sizes, grades and design. A cosmopolitan hotel designed for the 21st century business or holiday traveller with homely bedrooms, great restaurant and bars, friendly service and an overall ambience of cool, casual sophistication.
      In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on Radisson Blu Hotel in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

      Rattray Head offers dog-friendly B&B accommodation between Peterhead and Fraserburgh in the Northeast corner of Scotland. Rattray Head is on a secluded ten mile sandy beach and dunes with resident seal colony and huge variety of birdlife. Ideal for cyclists, walkers, birdwatchers, vegetarians and romantic couples.

      Regent Terrace is near Edinburgh's City Centre and Jenny Linzee Gorden has dedicated the lower ground floor of her home at Number 29 to guests, and offers bed and breakfast accommodation in 2 double bedroom throughout the year, with another double bedroom available for parties of friends or family travelling together. Princes Street is 8 minutes' walk away, Waverley train station 10 minutes, and although there is metered parking outside, free parking is available 5 minutes walk away. Jenny knows Edinburgh well and is happy to help with advice about eating out, restaurants, etc.

      Residence Inn by Marriott is located in the heart of Edinburgh in the new Quartermile development. It offers short and long stay accommodation with all the conveniences you need. Spacious, serviced studio, superior studio and one bedroom suites with separate living, working, kitchen and sleeping areas. Complimentary grocery delivery service to fill your refrigerator and complimentary wi-fi internet access. Underground parking and gym. Free hot breakfast to start mornings off right.

      Riof Ocean Cottage is a luxurious four-star self-catering cottage which is graded M2 for disabled access, located in the heart of Uig, on the Hebridean Island of Lewis. The cottage has a built-in barbeque from where you can cook freshly caught seafood and fish. Perfect for family holidays, friends vacating, or those who wish to enjoy a relaxing break in their own little corner of paradise.

      Riverside Cabins are self catering cabins set on the wooded bank of the River Earn 3 miles from the pretty village of Comrie, Perthshire. The self catering Cabins are fully equipped with heating in all rooms, satellite colour television, video player, radio and CD player. The Kitchen has an oven and hob, microwave oven, dishwasher, fridge/freezer toaster, kettle, iron and all the tableware, pots and pans, crockery and cutlery needed. A washing machine and tumble dryer are provided for your use and there are many videos and books also available. Doors open from the sitting room onto a deck area overlooking the River Earn.

      Riverview Cottage provides self-catering in the rural Scottish Perthshire village of Kirkmichael, twelve miles from Pitlochry, with a south facing garden stretching down to a picnic table and River Ardle - trout fishing from the garden is also included! The traditional terraced cottage has been refurbished but retains many of its original features.

      Roberta's Guest House in Largs, North Ayrshire is a detached bungalow family run bed & breakfast offering a variety of accommodation including - single, doubles, family and twin rooms. Rooms, all en-suite and on ground level. All rooms have digital TV, fridge, hospitality tray, hairdryer and Wi-fi. Children are very welcome. Private parking by arrangement. There is an an annex at the back of the garden which contains two twin rooms both en-suite, TV, hospitality tray and hairdryer. There is a communal sitting area with fridge, TV and DVD player. Short or long stay bookings.

      Rockvilla Hotel in Lochcarron, Ross-Shire, Scottish Highlands, is situated in the centre of the village with stunning views of loch and mountains. This small family run business offers personal service in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. The hotel is fully licensed and open to non-residents. The restaurant is "Taste of Scotland" recommended and serves a comprehensive variety of local fare prepared from local venison, game, and lamb, and specialises in fresh local sea food.

      Roineabhal Country House is in the heart of Argyll at Kilchrenan, Taynuilt, close by the shores of Loch Awe, mid-way between Inveraray and Oban. The family run guest house offers superior accommodation and the best of Scottish/Continental fare in secluded surroundings.

      Rosebank Guest House provides bed and breakfast in a family run establishment set in quiet, wooded surroundings, a few minutes walk from the centre of Portree, Skye. There are 9 rooms in total which are a mix of single, twin, double and family rooms. A maximum of 24 guests can be accommodated at one time. Complimentary tea & coffee facilties in all rooms, as well as a hair dryer and a free satellite television with over 120 TV channels. Wi-Fi access is available in each room for a small charge. There is a guest lounge next to the dining room where you can relax and unwind. The owners can provide a map of all the restaurants, bars, pubs and cafes in Portree and if you would like further information on all the things to do and see on the Isle of Skye, just ask!

      Rosebank House in scenic Strathyre, on the eastern edge of the Trossachs, 8 miles north of Callander, offers bed and breakfast accommodation in a spacious Victorian house. There are five bedrooms which are fully equipped with television, coffee and tea-making facilities and from which you can enjoy excellent views of the garden and surrounding countryside. There is also a fully equipped lounge and conservatory and pets are welcome.

      Ross Holiday Homes offer two Scandinavian-style cabins built in a woodland setting, on the edge of the picturesque Victorian Spa village of Strathpeffer, Ross and Cromarty. Each self-catering holiday lodge sleep 4 people, with one double-bedroom and one twin-bedded room. The website carries a range of information on Strathpeffer, and the surrounding areas of Ross-shire, from a photo gallery to useful travel tips, including the local weather forecast.

      The Royal Golf Hotel, Dornoch is one of Scotland's famous hotels in the north of Scotland.

      Rufflets Country House Hotel, St Andrews, is one of the oldest established Country House Hotels in Scotland. It is a luxury 5 Star Hotel offering a traditional Scottish Country house experience, set within 10 acres of beautiful gardens. Rufflets is recognised as one of the premier venues for golfers, visiting St. Andrews, the Home of Golf. In addition to the link above to the Hotel's own site, there is an Illustrated Feature on Rufflets in the "Great Places to Stay" section of Rampant Scotland.

      Royal Dunkeld Hotel is an excellent example of a mid-priced hotel, set in a beautiful part of Scotland, where the best traditions of Scottish hospitality are being maintained. See also the extended, illustrated review at Great Places to Stay on the Rampant Scotland site.

      Ruthven House offers bed and breakfast in fine Victorian family house set in attractive gardens and grounds some 3 miles North of the historic town of Coldstream in the Scottish Borders. In addition to bed and breakfast, a 3 or 4 course dinner can be provided each night. There are also residential cookery workshops for budding chefs.

      Sandwick Bay Guest House is a Bed and Breakfast establishment within walking distance of Stornoway Town Centre and its amenities, facing south on to a large bay with outstanding sea views to Skye and the South. It is a modern, 10 bedroomed, light and spacious family house with ample off road secure parking. They welcome business and photographic groups who may use a large comfortable dining area for work, along with a fully equipped darkroom, for the use of photographic sessions - plus the use of PCs for those with digital equipment. They also have a large secure enclosed garden for families with children.

      St Andrews Self Catering has a number of properties in the "home of golf" in central locations less than 5 minutes walk from the famous old course. The "Haven" and "The Keep" are spacious and can cater for larger groups of up to 10 people while The "Dunes" sleeps up to 6. The Web site has useful links to tourist attractions within reach of St Andrews.

      Sandvilla Guest House in Oban, Argyll, provides bed and breakfast accommodation in a terraced Victorian sandstone villa, within walking distance of Oban town centre and Oban bay.

      Scottish Apartment.com is an innovative travel company providing a choice of luxury, standard and budget graded serviced flats around Edinburgh, from historic Old Town properties near the Castle to contemporary 5 star Penthouses at Newhaven Harbour with sea views over the Firth of Forth. The Apartments cater for couples, groups of friends, families and corporate travellers for short and long term visits, with studios and spacious apartments to accommodate one to six guests. Every apartment is individually designed and furnished. See also the illustrated review in Great Places to Stay on the Rampant Scotland site.

      The Royal Scots Club is a private members' club but is open to both members and non-members alike in the heart of Edinburgh. Located in one of the capital's finest Georgian streets, the Royal Scots Club offers the charm of a country house hotel with a cosy club atmosphere. More personal than a hotel, it offers luxury hotel accommodation, corporate event venues, wedding reception venues, special events facilities and excellent dining. There are 25 individually designed, en-suite bedrooms, traditionally furnished with all the facilities you would expect from a high class hotel.

      Schonwald Bed & Breakfast is situated five miles from the seaside town of Stonehaven, Aberdeenshire and only 12 miles from the City of Aberdeen. There are two newly developed and decorated double rooms with en-suite facilities, both furnished to a very high standard with king-size beds, flat screen digital TV as well as tea & coffee making facilities. The rooms have beautiful views of the surrounding countryside and there is also a large comfortable sitting room exclusively for guest use. Breakfast is served in the dining room with patio doors to the garden overlooking a pond. Traditional Scottish Breakfast or a continental breakfast can also be catered for.

      Scottish Self Catering Holidays has two self catering properties in Lochcarron, Wester Ross. Strathardle is a well appointed 3-bedroom bungalow with accommodation for up to 7 people on an elevated position on a south-facing hillside with magnificent views across Loch Carron. Tarlogie is a small, modern 2 bedroom bungalow with accommodation for up to 4 people, well suited to couples and small families.

      Seamill Hydro Hotel and Family Resort in Ayshire is a family owned and operated hotel in a Victorian building dating from 1879. It stands close to the beach and enjoys dramatic views over the Ayrshire countryside, the Firth of Clyde and the mountains of Arran. Seamill Hydro Hotel has a mix of Victorian grandeur, modern comforts, personal service and excellent location. The hotel accommodation is flexible and offers something for every budget and the restaurants and bars cater for every taste. It is also a popular wedding venue with the highest levels of service and a attention to detail. HydroSpa, their leisure complex offers hotel guests and private members a heated indoor pool and air conditioned gym and also features HydroTherapy, an exclusive spa, for all the pampering you could desire.

      Self Catering Scotland offers accommodation in Heather Lodge in Blairgowrie, Perthshire in a substantial Victorian merchant's house (dating back to 1850), conveniently situated in a peaceful location within easy walking distance of the town centre. A A self contained wing is available for letting and sleeps 2/4 people.

      Senwick Glebe Annexe provides modern, comfortable and spacious self-catering accommodation for 2+2 people a few miles south of Kirkcudbright in Dumfries and Galloway. With views over the estuary of the river Dee, the Annexe was purpose-built in 2000, attached to the owners home, and is accessed by a private external stairway.

      Skye of Curr Hotel at Dulnain Bridge, Inverness-shire is a country house set in 2.5 acres of mature wooded grounds. It was built in 1902 as a Victorian Hunting Lodge for the Lipton Tea & Grocery family and is steeped in history.

      Smith's Hotel in Glasgow's West End was established in 1928. It is a warm and friendly, family-run hotel set in an elegant Victorian town house within a short walking distance from Kelvingrove Museum and Art Galleries, Transport Museum, the University of Glasgow and the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre.

      Southside Guest House is in part of a Victorian Terrace situated only a few minutes from the Meadows and Holyrood Park in Newington Road in the centre of the University of Edinburgh Campus. There are eight elegant en-suite bedrooms - including Four Poster Rooms - and the guest house is rated 4 Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board, the AA and the RAC.

      The Spean Bridge Hotel, an original Coaching Inn dating back to 1780, is located in the heart of Spean Bridge Village, just 10 miles north of Fort William and Ben Nevis, and only 5 miles away from Scotland's newest ski resort, Nevis Range. The hotel has a unique attraction - its very own Commando Museum, sensitively built up over the years and now providing a highly informative and interesting exhibition about this unique fighting force which trained at nearby Achnacarry during WW2. The Hotel's "Commando Bar" was one of their favourite watering holes and is still part of Commando lore.

      The Spires in Aberdeen's West End, offers luxury serviced apartments for stays of any duration, with flexible terms and rates fully inclusive of all utilities.

      Sporting Estates at Thrumster (in the County of Caithness, the sea-girt 'land beyond the Highlands') provides visitors with fishing, falconry, shooting, stalking, bird watching and archaeology.

      Springfield Guest House is in a quiet area of Portree, Isle of Skye, only 5 minutes from the town centre. The Guest House has been run by the same local family for over thirty years. With eight rooms, Springfield offers a wide and flexible choice of accommodation. They also have a large car park and are open all year round with the exception of Christmas and the New Year.

      Star and Garter Hotel is within walking distance of Mary Queen of Scots Birthplace, Linlithgow Palace. The family-owned hotel was built in 1760 and is a large imposing Georgian style building, steeped in history, with 15 en-suite bedrooms, refurbished in late 2005. There is a 60-seater restaurant, traditional Scottish bar and a spacious beer garden.

      The Station Hotel in Portsoy is a small family-run hotel situated in the beautiful coastal village of Portsoy on the Moray Firth, 50 miles north west of Aberdeen. Portsoy's 17th century harbour claims to be the oldest natural harbour in Europe. The hotel offers special short breaks, at any time of year, be it two, three or four nights. And special Golf Breaks are popular, with over 600 golfers a year booking in. A contributory factor is home cooking, with only the freshest natural North East local produce being used.

      Station Hotel in Stonehaven is a family run hotel conveniently located next to Stonehaven railway station. There are 14 letting bedrooms (5 en-suite and 9 standard) with a public bar and live entertainment at weekends.

      Station Lodge Tulloch, Roy Bridge, Inverness-shire is a hostel is in an ideal location to pursue the many outdoor activities for which the Scottish Highlands are famous. They provide bunkhouse-style hostel accommodation for twenty four people, as individuals or groups in four rooms. The converted railway station building sitting on the famous West Highland Line dates from 1894 and has interesting architectural features, including the Swiss-style roof and interior wooden wall linings.

      The Steading Holidays offer a range of self catering cottages and properties on the most westerly peninsula of the UK, in and around Ardnamurchan. From quiet quaint 2 people cottages to large steadings sleeping up to eight people, all surrounded by the beautiful Scottish scenery of the West Coast. Properties with beach views, and of the Isle of Mull. Available throughout the year!

      Stirling University Vacation Campus is in a picturesque area on the outskirts of Stirling in central Scotland and provides accommodation outside of term time. The student leisure facilities are available as well as the apartments and the site has illustrations of the facilities and details of very competitive costs of rental.

      Strathtyrum Country House is situated on its own estate opposite the famous Old Course at St Andrews. It is an exclusive luxury Country House retreat offering luxury 5 Star serviced accommodation for golf vacations, wedding receptions, corporate meetings, family gatherings and private parties. Strathtyrum was built in 1782 for the Cheape Family and is still owned by them today. The Web site has a photo tour.

      Stronvar House not only provides accommodation but the Web pages describe a collection of items of yesteryear in a bygones museum and provide a Rob Roy FAQ (the hotel is in McGregor country).

      Struan Inn, by Pitlochry is a traditional, rustic, Highland country-inn style, small hotel. Simple cuisine promotes the local natural flavours. Log fire, small intimate restaurant. Local fishing and shooting which the hotel can arrange, riverside walks, and cycling opportunities. On the doorstep of Blair Castle and the House of Bruar.

      Sundrum Castle is 4 miles from Ayr and is amongst the oldest inhabited castles of Scotland, dating back to the war of Scottish Independence. The present castle, with 12 feet thick walls, was built in the 1360's. However, it has now been fitted out to rent as a whole on a self catering basis, without losing its ancient history.

      Surf View is a brand new, purpose built, luxury, three bedroom self catering holiday cottage located in the friendly crofting village of Tong, Isle of Lewis, four miles from Stornoway. It is ideal for families, or friends looking for a Hebridean holiday experience with large comfortable kitchen with dining area, spacious lounge and a log burning stove. Surf View has two double bedrooms (the master bedroom has its own en suite shower room) and one single. Their Web site has some helpful pointers to touring around the many interesting places in Lewis.

      Taigh-togalach is a 3 bedroom semi-detached holiday cottage offering comfortable self catering accommodation in the historic coastal village of Burghead, Moray. There is a large enclosed garden and the Web site has some great local pictures and lots of links to Moray and Spey-side Web sites.

      Tamarin Lodge B&B accommodation consists of double, twin and single en suite rooms with breath taking views over Loch Broom and the surrounding mountains. it is situated in Braes on the outskirts of Ullapool, on the hillside over looking Loch Broom. Facilities include garden, full cooked breakfast, parking on site, under floor heating, TV in rooms, Wi-Fi internet access, 1 Hour from Inverness Airport. Ameneties close by include bars and entertainment, swimming pool, restaurants, golf course, gymnasium, hiking trails, cycling paths, fishing.

      Taobh an Allt is a bungalow standing in an elevated position on a south-facing hillside in Lochcarron village. Bed and breakfast accommodation in two letting rooms with superb views across Loch Carron. An excellent base from which to tour both Wester Ross and Skye & Lochalsh. Their Web site has a good page of local links.

      Thistle Dhu bed and breakfast is in a 3 star detached family bungalow conveniently located on the main Glasgow Road (A8), 2 miles from Edinburgh Airport and 4 miles from Edinburgh city centre (passing Edinburgh Zoo and Murrayfield stadium on the way) with excellent bus service to the city centre and the airport. Thistle Dhu has it's own free private and off-street parking and a lovely spacious garden to the rear; there is also a large conservatory where you can relax after breakfast and plan your day or journey. Traditional Scottish breakfast as well as continental and vegetarian provided in a relaxed setting. Short distance to a good variety of restaurants and the major Gyle shopping centre with over 50 shops and a food court.

      Three Chimneys restaurant on the shore of Loch Dunvegan at Colbost in the remote north-west corner of Skye has been a top Scottish restaurant for 30 years in an original 120 years old crofter’s cottage. In addition to the award-winning restaurant there are 6 spacious bedrooms next door in "The House Over-By" providing 5-star accommodation with stylish, spacious bedroom suites built just 12 years ago.

      Time out Bed & Breakfast is in Balloch, at the southern end of Loch Lomond. This former local County Police Station has five en-suite rooms decorated to a high standard, equipped with free Wi-Fi, LCD TV, alarm clocks, hair dryers, comfortable beds and tea and coffee making facilities. Private off street car parking available.

      Tomich Hotel is situated on the edge of the beautiful Glen Affric Forest Reserve, in the pretty conservation village of Tomich, by Beauly, only 40 minutes drive from Inverness. Formerly the Victorian Hunting Lodge from Lord Tweedmouth's Estate, in the latter half of the 1800's, the hotel retains many of the original features from the days of the Victorian Hunting era, such as blazing log fires. There are eight individual bedrooms, all with en suite facilities, central heating, colour TV etc. All guests enjoy complimentary use of the indoor heated swimming pool nearby and the restaurant offers traditional Scottish cuisine, table d'hote menu and a Bar Meal Menu is also available.

      Tomintoul and Glenlivet Highland Holidays is a guide to accommodation (self-catering holiday cottages, bed & breakfasts, hotels), outdoor activities and local services in the Tomintoul and Glenlivet Area of The Cairngorms National Park in Highland Scotland. The estate has farms, forests, rushing rivers, and high heather hills and Glenlivet and Strathavon are at the heart of Scotland's whisky country.

      Toravaig House Hotel on the Isle of Skye, is a small, contemporary Hebridean Hotel offering an intimate atmosphere, attention to detail, welcoming staff and above all, delicious, innovative cuisine. The hotel’s peaceful location with views over the ruins of Knock Castle (c.1345) is the perfect place to relax and unwind whether on holiday, as a wedding venue (or honeymoon venue) or enjoying a romantic getaway for two. The hotel has views over the Atlantic Waters known as the Sound of Sleat, which separates Skye from mainland. All of the nine individually designed en-suite hotel rooms are intimate in character and rich in fabrics and contemporary furnishings. The finest modern cuisine that Skye’s legendary larder can provide is served in the dining room. This award winning establishment offers a unique combination of delicious fine dining and luxurious rooms.

      Tormaukin Hotel in Glendevon, Perthshire, is near Dollar in Clackmannanshire. All eleven rooms were extensively refurbished in January 2011 and each has satellite flat screen TV and complimentary wi-fi is available throughout the hotel. Complimentary tea and coffee making facilities are provided as well as luxury toiletries. Each of the rooms has en-suite facilities with bath and/or shower. There is a mixture of single, twin and double rooms and a few of the rooms are large enough to accommodate families of four.

      Tigh-Na-Sgiath provides quality hotel accommodation in Dulnain Bridge, near Grantown-on-Spey, Speyside, in a magnificent former country house and shooting lodge retaining many original features. Set in 2.5 acres of mature wooded grounds, it makes the perfect Highland holiday retreat. There are views of the Cairngorm Mountains and Cromdale Hills from the front of the hotel.

      Tudorbank Lodge in Edinburgh provides Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a listed building of architectural interest where many of the original features have been retained.

      Tulloch Lodges are situated in gloriously peaceful woodland by an enchanting lochan in the Laich of Moray, a central location for touring the whole of northern Scotland. The 8 self-catering lodges stand in a sheltered valley of rich farmland, pine forests and wild moorland, four miles from the lovely country town of Forres. The lodges are all of timber construction and are designed to blend in with their surroundings.

      Turnberry Links Apartments enjoys a quiet, secluded location in extensive private grounds close-by the world-famous Turnberry golf course. The self-catering accommodation and penthouses provide an extremely high standard of holiday accommodation, in a development adjacent to the famous Ailsa Course and one of Scotland's finest golf and leisure complexes. And of course the complex provides an excellent centre for reaching the many other attractions of South Ayrshire.

      Uig Hotel on the Isle of Skye is an old coaching inn and a steading conversion in the grounds on a hillside overlooking Uig Bay and Loch Snizort. All bedrooms have private facilities and are equipped with television and tea & coffee making facilities. Uig is the ferry port for the Western Isles. Boats leave regularly for Tarbert on the Isle of Harris and Lochmaddy on North Uist and the site has information on Uig and the Isle of Skye.

      Ullinish Lodge Hotel, Struan, Isle of Skye, is an eighteenth century house located in the breathtaking scenery of this beautiful island. The Hotel overlooks Loch Bracadale to the dramatic Cuillin hills. In 1773 Doctor Johnston and James Boswell stayed here on their famous literary tour of Scotland, and wrote..... "We got to Ullinish about six o'clock, and found a very good farm house of two stories". The hotel has been awarded the Les Routiers Cuisine Award 2001, Hospitality Award 2001 and Housekeeping Award 2001.

      Valhalla bed & breakfast provides quality accommodation right in the very heart of Balloch, West Dunbartonshire. It is next to the railway station and only a few hundred meters from the picturesque riverside and has en-suite rooms which can cater for single travellers, or parties of up to seven people. All rooms have en suite shower rooms with private toilet and have undergone an extensive refurbishment, with all new decor and totally revamped shower rooms. Valhalla's fresh decor, "legendary" breakfasts, and free wi-fi combine to make it a great choice for south Loch Lomond

      Vanburgh Place is in a quiet Leith location close to Edinburgh city centre, overlooking Leith Links. #3 Vanburgh Place is a Georgian Townhouse and offers B&B accommodation with continental breakfast in a ground floor drawing room overlooking the front garden. Owned by an interior decorator, the house reflects this with interesting furnishings and tasteful decoration. There is unrestricted parking along the Links. Free wi-fi access.

      Victorian House Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation in the centre of the Glasgow with a varied choice of accommodation, from single rooms to family suites - 60 bedrooms in all. Scottish Tourist Board and AA three-star.

      Village Urban Resorts - Aberdeen is located on the A944 road to Royal Deeside and is located on the outskirts of the city of Aberdeen in the picturesque Aberdeenshire countryside. Extensive facilities include air conditioned rooms, a Spa with a heated swimming pool, free parking, Wi-Fi and Gym Access, TV with satellite channel. There is an Urban Bar & Grill with fine food as well as a Starbucks serving hot and cold drinks and snacks.

      VIP Apartments has a number of high standard serviced apartments in central Edinburgh providing short and long term accommodation for individual, corporate or family use. The company has many years of experience in the hospitality industry and so are well qualified to provide for your accommodation needs.

      The Waterhouse Inn - or "Tigh an Uisge" in Gaelic - is a Scottish country house hotel in the centre of Balloch, West Dunbartonshire, close to the scenic shores of Loch Lomond. It offers a friendly blend of Scottish hospitality in the traditional lounge bar, modern café bar and 7 luxury guest rooms. It is owned and operated by a family who have been hoteliers in the area for over 25 years.

      Wellsfield Farm Holiday Lodges, providing 4-star self-catering accommodation, are located two miles south of Stirling in 220 acres of countryside. There is a Health Club on site which is free to lodge residents and there is also a trout fishery and falconry available.

      Wentworth House in Portmahomack, on the southern shores of the Dornoch Firth, provides bed and breakfast in a former manse, situated beside the 9 hole Tarbat Ness Golf Course overlooking the Firth and next to a pictish archaeological site. The picturesque fishing village of Portmahomack, a west facing village on the east coast of Scotland, is 42 miles north of Inverness.

      Westbourne Guest House in Inverness is a new purpose built Guest House in the old style of building to keep within the character of the area. It overlooks the river Ness in the centre of Scotland's newest city. Rated AA & RAC 4 Diamond, Welcome Host & Rotary Club Tourism Award 2001/2002.

      Westend Hostel provides low priced accommodation in Edinburgh City Centre in a convienient location directly opposite Haymarket Rail Station and within walking distance from Princes Street. It caters for up to 90 residents, mainly in dormitories for either 16 or 6 people; however, for those who prefer a little more privacy there are two double rooms and one triple room available at a slightly higher rate.

      Wester Brae Highland Lodges, situated on the Black Isle peninsula, are some 14 miles north of Inverness. The lodges, set well apart in secluded, landscaped grounds offer spectacular outlooks over the Cromarty Firth towards Ben Wyvis and the mountains of Ross-shire. The Millbuie Forest, immediately behind the lodges, has a vast network of roads and paths suitable for walking and cycling.

      Wester Caputh Independent Hostel is an independent hostel in rural Highland Perthshire offering an intimate andlow cost base for things to do and see in the heart of Scotland. There are various bed options for individuals, couples, families and groups. Fully self catering with three lounge areas.

      Western Isles Hotel in Tobermory, Mull offers its guests a unique experience. It is not like the normal contemporary hotel you would get in a city centre. There are a lot of references to a bygone age but the standards of comfort and quality are what you would expect from such clearly competent hoteliers. See also the extended, illustrated review at Great Places to Stay on the Rampant Scotland site.

      Westfield House bed and breakfast is in farmland 3 miles from the historic town of Elgin, Moray, but sandy beaches are just a short drive away. Furnished in a traditional style - tartan carpeting in the hall, red carpeting in the dining room, an oak staircase displaying oil paintings and standards while in the winter an open fire welcomes guests into the sitting room. The accommodation (two twin bedrooms and a single) offers fine linen bedding, plump pillows and magnificent views over the countryside, all combining to provide a bed and breakfast experience with atmosphere, comfort and relaxation. Guests have their own sitting room and breakfast is in the large dining room. There are lots of good places for dinner near by and Inverness is not far away. In the summer you can play tennis on the adjacent private court. Other facilities include a residents lounge, a garden and parking in site.

      West Fenton Court is a collection of self catering holiday cottages near North Berwick, East Lothian, in the heart of the East Lothian countryside, twenty miles east of Edinburgh and just a mile south of the attractive village of Gullane - handy for golf courses at Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick. They are furnished and equipped to the highest standard and rated at 4-stars by Scottish Tourist Board. The cottages feature patio gardens - lawned and fenced, accessible from each cottage, timed under-floor heating and are within easy reach of many local attractions and places of interest

      West Highland Hotel overlooks the picturesque Scottish Highland village of Mallaig with its busy harbour and the ferry terminal linking to the Isle of Skye and the Hebridean islands. The hotel has been run by the same family for many years and although fully modernised it retains an old world atmosphere throughout the building.

      West Highland Way Sleeper is housed in the original Bridge of Orchy station building, serving the scenically splendid West Highland Railway Line between Glasgow, Fort William and Mallaig. The building has been sympathetically renovated, incorporating many of the original design features while providing modern amenities. It aims to provide value for money accommodation to walkers, climbers, backpackers and outdoor enthusiasts.

      Wester Brewlands is a large holiday house, sleeping 14 in great comfort, with resident housekeeper. It is situated on a large estate (dating from the early 13th century) in the southern Scottish Highlands, near Balmoral Castle in the Cairngorm National Park. There are three lochs with boats, all-weather tennis court, 20 acres of policies and woodland, formal garden with revolving summer house and a croquet lawn.

      West Plean House offers 4-star Bed & Breakfast in a country house of character, dating from 1803. It is situated about 3 miles from Stirling. The house is set slightly apart from the farm steading, surrounded by extensive lawns with mature trees and a Walled Garden and woodlands. Other attractions include feeding the ducks on the pond, and taking the short walk within the farm with its panoramic views of Stirling Castle, the Wallace Monument and the scenic mountains and hills of the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park.

      The White Heather Hotel nestles below Castle Moil on the harbourside of the idyllic village of Kyleakin, just over the Bridge on the Isle of Skye. It is a small, family run hotel, with just 9 ensuite bedrooms, enabling them to provide a warm welcome and that personal touch often missing in larger hotels. Their Web site has useful pages on "Things to Do", wildlife and eating out on Skye.

      White House Apartments specialise in short and long stay affordable luxury self-catering apartments in a classical Georgian Crescent in the West End of Glasgow. With gardens to the front, mews cottages and courtyards to the rear, it is a country house in the heart of the city with digital TV, video, private on-street parking and use of nearby leisure facilities.

      The Winnock Hotel is situated on the pretty village green in the conservation village of Drymen, just 14 miles from Glasgow and 4 miles to the east of Loch Lomond. The oldest part of the building dates back to the late 1700's and it has been owned by the Warnes family since 1987. There are 73 bedrooms and the hotel's Merlin Restaurant offers a romantic setting for dinner by candlelight

      Winterfield Lodge is a Victorian villa built in 1877 in the outskirts of the seaside town of North Berwick in East Lothian, surrounded by all sorts of interesting sites of historic interest and a dozen or so wonderful golf courses. There are two bedrooms - a double and a twin bedded room with shared bathroom. Facilities include parking on site, garden, residents lounge and full cooked breakfast.

      Woodlea Hotel in York Place in Perth on the edge of the city centre, was once the manse of the adjacent church building. It is a small family-run establishment with comfortable accommodation and a reputation for High Teas. There is a comfortable residents lounge with a fully-stocked bar. There are 9 double/twin rooms ensuite, with 5 located on ground floor plus 2 singles (one ensuite) and a family room (which sleeps up to four). All rooms have complimentary tea/coffee tray, hair dryer, ironing board, in-house telephone.

      Woodland Holidays self-catering lodges at Kincaple, is three miles from St Andrews and with countryside views over fields to the Eden Estuary and St Andrews. There are nine Scandinavian lodges with a verandah, living-dining area and a fully equipped kitchen plus two bedrooms, each with twin beds.

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