From pristine beaches to crumbling castles, exciting cultural attractions and ancient heritage, Scotland has it all. 

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From pristine beaches to crumbling castles, exciting cultural attractions and ancient heritage, Scotland has it all.

If you want to experience the Scotland of your dreams, it’s definitely here. Travel from the buzzing cities of  Edinburgh and Glasgow to the off-the-beaten-track beauty of the Highlands and islands, untouched by time.

You can stretch your legs hiking majestic mountainscapes, or wander pristine beaches where your footprints will be the only ones in the sand.

So look beyond the bagpipes and you’ll uncover a dynamic country where you’re as likely to find experimental music and theatre as you are tweed and tartan.

Base yourself in Inverness  and explore the Lock Ness  region – come for the monster-hunting, stay for hiking, scenic drives and even dolphin-spotting.

The history of Scotland is fascinating and complex; there are Roman soldiers, Vikings, noble clansmen and powerful monarchs, but more recently there are world-changing discoveries and innovations, groundbreaking technologies and an incredibly progressive society.

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Weather in Scotland

Scotland is the coldest part of the UK throughout the year, and has average minimum temperatures of just -0.2°C during the winter. It is also the wettest place every month of the year except May, June and December, and almost always the cloudiest too. On top of this, Scotland has the shortest daylight hours in the winter in the UK, but the longest in the summer (up to 18 hours a day!) due to its northerly location. Overall, this may not make Scotland sound too appealing, but it is important to remember that the figures are swayed a bit by the northern and Highland areas of the country that are largely uninhabited. In the summer the average temperature high/low is 18°C/11°C (64°F/52°F).



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Our current offers in Scotland

Skeabost Hotel – Portree

Skeabost Hotel stands within large private grounds at the edge of Loch Snizort and based only five minutes away from Portree. The Hotel is an ideal base for exploring the surrounding Scottish Highlands and visiting the many local attractions.

Doubletree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf – Glasgow

The welcoming four-star DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Westerwood Spa & Golf Resort is a tranquil escape surrounded by countryside yet not far from the bright city lights of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling.

Glenspean Lodge Hotel & Restaurant – Fort William

This is a luxury family run hotel, nestled away in peaceful surroundings, the ideal place to unwind and get away from it all, boasting fantastic panoramic views whatever the season.