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The hotels on the map are "country house type" hotels. If you want more Holiday Inn type accommodation, then try the link below to Intercontinental Hotels web site Balbirnie House, Fife Cromlix House Hotel, Stirling Isle of Eriska, Fort William Knockinaam Lodge Glenmorangie House Kinloch Lodge Skye Luxury ship Royal Scotsman Train Scarista House, Harris, Isle of Lewis Dundonnell, Loch Broome Craigellechie Hotel, Speyside Raemoir House, Deeside Marcliffe, Aberdeen Inverlochy Castle, Fort William Culloden House, near Inverness Montgreenan, Ayrshire Cringletie House, Peebles Glasgow Hotels Edinburgh Hotels

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Knockinaam Lodge South West Scotland This is the country of John Buchan - the wild remote setting of "The 39 Steps". One of Scotland's loveliest regions, with the Gulf Stream to warm it. There is a diverse habitat of flowers and plants.  
Cromlix House near Stirling The opulence of the late Victorian era is evoked by the imposing exterior of Cromlix House. Built as a family home in 1874, and still retaining the character of its earlier days. There is a small private chapel for weddings.
Balbirnie House Kingdom of Fife One of Scotland's finest mansions, Balbirnie is a delightful grade A Georgian country house surrounded by a beautiful 416 acre estate and country park, landscaped in the style of Capability Brown
Isle of Eriska Near Fort William On a private island, Eriska is reached over a causeway. Once on the island,
there is a sense of privacy and seclusion that makes the hotel seem much more
remote than its mere two hour drive from Edinburgh or Glasgow
Glenmorangie House Tain, Near Inverness

The hotel is about 30 miles north of Inverness and is owned by the famous Glenmorangie Distillery, for which it was once the private guest facility6 rooms in the main house overlook the gardens and the sea, while 3 cosy cottages are especilly suitable for those with families or those with pets

Kinloch Lodge Hotel Sleat, Isle of Skye, Scotland Kinloch Lodge, the home of Lord and Lady MacDonald, is an elegant white stone building situated at the head of Loch Na Dal on the Sleat Peninsula, Built originally in 1680 as a highland farmhouse Kinloch was developed during the 18th Century as a Shooting Lodge for the Macdonalds of Skye.  
Royal Scotsman Train Edinburgh, Scotland

The world's most exclusive train takes just 36 privileged guests. Luxurious escorted tours of Scotland and England through changing landscapes and in elegant comfort.

Hibernian Princess Ship Oban, Scotland See the astonishing beauty of the Scottish Islands and Norwegian fjords on a unique voyage with this luxurious ship. Relax in an intimate atmosphere with only 49 like minded passengers. Five chefs create a culinary voyage  


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