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Our selection of places to stay in Scotland – Highlands and Islands are all north of an imaginary line drawn between Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Among our favorites are Monachyle Mhor Balquhidder, a stylishly converted farmhouse with terrific food; Kinloch Lodge on the Isle of Skye, now run by Lord and Lady Macdonald's daughter, and still respected for its food; and Loch Ness Lodge, a beautiful building looking over the Loch. Our newest addition, Coruisk House, is a cosy restaurant with rooms, and has incredible views over the Sound of Sleat.
Scottish hotels are generally more expensive than their English counterparts – overheads such as rates are higher north of the border.
As elsewhere, our selection in Scotland – Highlands and Islands offers an exceptionally interesting range to choose from: guesthouses, inns, restaurants-with-rooms and small hotels.