Hotels in Scotland
Scotland has thousands of hotels mostly of a very high standard. Picking a good hotel is not difficult and thanks to the online reviews of thousands of hotel visitors you know what you are likely to get.
Prices of hotels vary a lot. A basic hotel room starts at around £25 per person per night at the cheapest and often includes breakfast. For a good 4 star hotel in Scotland, expect to pay around £60-£100 per person per night for your hotel room.
Scotland contains some top class hotels, and wherever you go you will be assured of a warm welcome in a hotel. There are some amazing deals on Scottish hotel stays right through the year. The partner search box below will take you to Laterooms where we usually start when finding hotels for our own holidays.
Self-catering accommodation is available everywhere. From caravans and chalets up to fully-staffed castles, you can stay in just about any size of building. Self-catering lets usually run for a week, though some offer short-breaks.
Cottages for 2015 can cost anywhere from around £350 per week to several thousand per week. If you’re looking to spend more on a cottage, around £12,000 will rent you a fully-staffed castle for a week.
Standards in rental cottages vary widely. We’ve tried to ensure that the cottages listed on our site are of a good standard and have excellent reviews.
Cottages are usually let from Saturday to Saturday though in off-peak season you can often rent outside of those limits, or sometimes book a short break.
Start your search through out partner link below, or follow the links to our articles to see our hand picked selection of cottages.
Lodges in Scotland
We’ve got loads of forest but comparatively few log cabins to rent in Scotland. This page lists a selection that we have found.
Romantic Cottages in Scotland
If you’re looking for a romantic little cottage to whisk your loved one away to have a look through this selection.
Bed & Breakfast
Usually operating in someone’s home, B&B offers a very personal experience. Getting to know your host and finding out about the local area from them are a couple of the unique experiences of B&B. Generally more economical than staying in Guesthouses or Hotels.
Guesthouses are often a larger version of a traditional B&B. More rooms mean more facilities and many offer evening meals and sometimes a licensed bar.
Hostels & Bunkhouses
Hostels and bunkhouses truly are bargain accommodation. There are a network of these across the country. Some have very basic facilities and others feel more like a hotel than a hostel.
Camping & Caravanning
In a country of such outstanding natural beauty, it is only natural that there are plenty of campsites and caravan sites for visitors who bring their own roof. Facilities vary widely. Most are open April – October though some stay open throughout the year.