Edinburgh Scotland Best Western Hotel
Welcome to Inverlochy Castle Hotel, one of Scotland's finest luxury hotels and restaurants, located in the heart of the Highlands and Islands, just a short drive from Glasgow. Built in 1863 by the first Lord Abinger, this exquisite country house and hotel is located at the foot of the mighty Ben Nevis, surrounded by canyons and lakes in the Scottish West Highlands.
Edinburgh Castle is regarded as an iconic building and symbol of Scotland after being voted Scotland's greatest man in 2016 - and it worked wonders. The castle is one of the most important epochs in human history and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Edinburgh Castle was built during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I, the first Queen of England and the last Queen of France, and has been involved in a number of major events such as the Battle of Stirling and the Edinburgh Rising, as well as many other historical events.
The castle is in the heart of the city centre, conveniently located near Waverley Station, and is a great place to explore. The Old Inverlochy Castle is strategically located just a short walk from the Royal Mile, one of Scotland's most popular tourist attractions.
Take the Edinburgh Dungeon Tour, then enjoy spectacular views of the skyline from Arthur's seat or walk to Fort William from Old Inverlochy Castle and the Royal Mile. Head to the Gogar Roundabout or get an Edinburgh Pass (A720) and head down to Edinburgh's most popular shopping and dining area, the city centre. Visit the award-winning restaurant at the top of Edinburgh Castle and then return for a night in one of Scotland's best hotels.
Balmoral's SCOTCH whisky bar is home to one of Edinburgh's largest collections and pays homage to the national drink, while Brasserie Prince, which opened in 2018, combines the best of Scottish produce with classic French cuisine. Featuring its signature brand - smoked salmon - the house is the perfect accompaniment to the rich, rich flavours on the restaurant's menu. And if you're in desperate need of a bespoke kilt hand - delivered to your room - head to Balmoral to buy a bespoke, hand-crafted tuxedo.
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Overlooking Bruntsfield Links Park, this Victorian townhouse offers the opportunity to enjoy the lush green landscape and for those looking for a convenient location to try out the best of Bruntsfield Hotel's Western. If you're looking for a hotel conveniently located in the heart of one of Scotland's most popular tourist destinations, try the Best Western at the Bruntington Hotel in Edinburgh.
This boutique hotel in the heart of Ascot has three individually designed rooms and a kentish inn in the heart of the Garden of England, which has an average room rate of just over £1,000 per night from 23 June 2017. The major hotel chains offer a wide range of boutique hotels and hotels with a variety of amenities throughout the UK, but unlike the major hotel chains, the boutique offers a variety of benefits. The latest version has updated the information for 2019 J and has been updated with the latest information on what the major hotel chains across the UK have to offer. Guests staying at the Best Western Bruntington Hotel in Edinburgh can relax in one of Scotland's top tourist destinations, such as Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile.
Located on the level of the Castle and the Royal Mile, which has been raised, the hotel is in an excellent location to offer the best views of Edinburgh Castle and the city centre and its surroundings.
The castle is located on the banks of the breathtaking Loch and is the ideal place for a romantic stroll. The view of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain, back into the city centre and its surroundings is reflected in the glass walls and windows, as well as the views of Edinburgh Castle itself.
The hotel enjoys an enviable location in Edinburgh city centre, close to major attractions such as the Royal Botanic Gardens, Edinburgh Castle and the Scottish National Park, as well as a range of restaurants and bars. During the season, our dedicated concierge team can open the doors to some of the most unique experiences in Scotland. There is no shortage of opportunities to explore everything the city has to offer, from the best restaurants, bars and cafés to the best hotels and restaurants in the world.
The hotel has proven that it is worth the extra mile in terms of cleanliness and quality of rooms and public areas, which earned the hotel the Best Western International Quality Award. We pride ourselves on maintaining the highest standards of quality in the brand and have proven ourselves to be one of Scotland's best hotels in recent years.