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A grand hotel with great view .Lobby, grounds,dining area are all very opulent, however my bed was terrible. Springs were all piling up and very uncomfortable. Rooms are very dated .Would be okay with a good bed.
Dornoch Hotel£52Dornoch Hotel£52
The hotel is situated right on the beachfront overlooking the Moray Firth, our room was spacious ( on first floor ) with outlook to the sea and beach. We felt that the price for breakfast was far too high at £19 each person. Drinks were at a premium also. Apart from that a lovely hotel with pool ...
Golf View Hotel & Spa£68Golf View Hotel & Spa£68
This was my second stay at the Kingsmills Hotel. Both stays of my stays were for one night and were very good.
Kingsmills Hotel Inverness£58Kingsmills Hotel Inverness£58
We loved staying here. In fact we wish we had a longer stay at this hotel in comparison to our other hotels we stayed at. The bathroom was great. Nicely renovated, modern, big shower. The rest of the room was still older. Most of the hotel seems to be stuck in between a remodel. It’s pretty understandable ...
Skeabost Hotel£99Skeabost Hotel£99
We try to visit every year for a couple days in half-term break. It's all about families and the kids, well-handled by the hotel and reasonably priced. Facilities, kids club and food operation are particularly appropriate. Evening music entertainment is useful but should be more focused towards children ...
Hilton Coylumbridge£86Hilton Coylumbridge£86
Stayed at this hotel many times to visit family as a couple, and previously stayed in both the executive doubles and courtyard rooms, both of which I can recommend. Recent solo visit for a family party, so opted for the standard single room on this occasion - compact but perfect size for one, with ...
Muthu Newton Hotel£53Muthu Newton Hotel£53
Good whiskey bar and food decent enough. Rooms probably in need of a refurb but clean enough and perfect location for golf, which is what virtually all of clientele were there for.. Bar shuts at 11, so no late night drinking!
Dornoch Castle Hotel£112Dornoch Castle Hotel£112
This hotel is not like any other "hotel": it's something out of Downton Abbey. Beautiful building with gorgeous gardens, and the owners and staff are terrific. It's pricey, but very worth the cost. It's close enough to Inverness (although a taxi is around 45 BP) and very close to some very good ...
Coul House Hotel£121Coul House Hotel£121
From the moment we arrived we were warmly greeted and the friendliness of the staff during our stay was excellent. Food was great and the harty breakfast set us up for the day.
The Boat Hotel£57The Boat Hotel£57
Scotland is renowned throughout the world for their historical connection to the game of golf, which was invented here in the 15th Century, and played by the likes of Mary Queen of Scots, and King James the IV. Fortunately, golf hotels are also located throughout all of Scotland, and include some of the country’s most famous hotels and resorts. For any golfer, a trip to Scotland and the Highlands will see them ticking famed links courses off their bucket list.
Visitors to the mythical region of the Scottish Highlands will find a mix of world class links and moorland courses, from the Gleneagles Resort, host of the Ryder Cup and Johnnie Walker Championship, and the stunning resort course Royal Aberdeen, to Royal Dornoch, host of the British Amateur Championship. For the perfect mix of luxurious accommodation and traditional golf atmosphere, be sure to stay at one of the region’s great golf hotels or resorts, which you can easily book using the Expedia search tool.
Whether you’re a long-time lover of this historical sport or have only recently picked-up the game, a trip to Scotland and the Scottish Highlands will bring you face to face with the world’s most famous courses and their rich histories.