Historic Hotels in Scotland

Historic Hotels - Hand-picked Heritage Rated Accommodation

We love Scotland's rich history and culture. If your idea of fine accommodation is a Georgian town house hotel overlooking Edinburgh Castle, or a remote Highland country house hotel, you'll like our Heritage Rating system for accommodation. We've poured over thousands of hotels in our directory and noted those hotels that offer more than just a room - they offer a taste of history! For an extra special experience of history, why not stay in an authentic Scottish Castle Hotel?

Alternative accommodation: Self catering - Bed & Breakfast

  FEATURED HISTORIC HOTEL

Carnoustie Golf Hotel & Spa

 4 star rating
Average user review: 5 star review score
Accommodation Type: Hotel
From £50.00

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating
The Links Parade, Carnoustie, Tayside, Scotland, DD7 7JE

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Duns - Hawick - Jedburgh - Kelso - Peebles - Selkirk - more >>

Central Scotland Hotel Locations
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Callander - Falkirk - Lochearnhead - Perth - Pitlochry - Stirling - more >>

Dumfries and Galloway Hotel Locations
Castle Douglas - Dumfries - Gretna Green - Lockerbie - Moffat - Newton Stewart - Stranraer - more >>

Edinburgh

Fife Hotel Locations
Dunfermline - Kirkaldy - Leven - North Queensferry - St Andrews - more >>

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Grampian Hotel Locations
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Aberdeen - Aberlour - Ballater - Banff - Elgin - Grantown on Spey - Inverurie - Royal Deeside - more >>

Highlands and Islands Hotel Locations
Beauly - Carrbridge - Fort Augustus - Fort William - Gairloch - Inverary - Invergordon - Inverness - Kirkwall - Kyleakin - Lairg - Nairn - Oban - Stornoway - Thurso - Ullapool - Wick - more >>

Lothian Hotel Locations
Bathgate - Linlithgow - Livingston - North Berwick - more >>
See also: Edinburgh

Strathclyde Hotel Locations
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Ayr - Brodick - Dunoon - Kilmarnock - Largs - Motherwell - Paisley - Troon - more >>
See also: Glasgow

Tayside Hotel Locations
(incl. Perthshire, Angus)
Blairgowrie - Crieff - Dundee - Kinross - Perth - Pitlochry - more >>


TOP RATED HISTORIC HOTELS
Name Where Heritage Rating £ From
De Vere Venues Barony Castle Borders 5 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 79.00
Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel Grampian 5 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 96.00
Kirkconnel Hall Hotel Dumfries and Galloway 5 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 14.00
Tulloch Castle Highlands and Islands 5 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 75.00
The Kenmore Hotel Central Scotland 5 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 75.00
Dalhousie Castle Lothian 5 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 240.00
Barcaldine Castle Strathclyde 5 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 175.00
Melville Castle Lothian 4 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 89.00
Airth Castle Hotel & Spa Resort Central Scotland 4 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 60.75
New Lanark Mill Hotel Strathclyde 4 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 69.00
King's Arms Hotel Dumfries and Galloway 4 Heritage Rating 3 star rating 50.00
Airth Castle Hotel Central Scotland 4 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 86.00
Comlongon Castle Dumfries and Galloway 4 Heritage Rating 4 star rating 89.00
Name Where Heritage Rating £ From

Our Top 5 Places to Visit in Scotland
  1. Dramatic Dunottar Castle clinging to the cliffs in Aberdeenshire
  2. New Lanark, where Robert Owen's great social experiment flourished
  3. The stone circle complex at Callaish on the Isle of Lewis
  4. Anywhere on the magical Isle of Skye!
  5. Eilean Donan Castle in Lochalsh
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Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel Carnoustie

Macdonald Pittodrie House Hotel
Inverurie, Grampian

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

Set in a Highland Estate of over 2400 acres in the mountain shadow of Bennachie, Pittodrie House offers a unique atmosphere which is great for weekend, romantic or family breaks. … more >>

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