Accommodation for anglersWhen on a fishing trip having somewhere special to stay is part of the overall enjoyment. I have personally selected the following hotels and can speak from my personal experience when I recommend them to you.
Each hotel is special in its own way and an example of the fine hospitality and accommodation that can be found throughout Scotland.
You can book with confidence at any of the following establishments.
|NORTH OF SCOTLAND|
|Royal Marine Hotel, Restaurant & Spa, Brora, Sutherland
Originally built as a private country house in the early 1900's by renowned Scottish architect Sir Robert Lorimer, the Royal Marine Hotel now offers superior accommodation and superb food amid glorious coastal scenery. Come and enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere - and the new comforts afforded by an extensive and exciting refurbishment.
|EAST COAST OF SCOTLAND|
|Fairmont, St Andrews, Fife
Set on a 520 acre estate with a unique coastal setting in the Home of Golf, Fairmont St Andrews resort hotel in Scotland is the perfect location to turn any holiday into a treasured memory. From lavish rooms to a luxurious spa, world class golf to exquisite dining, our five star attention to detail is unsurpassed in our luxury St. Andrews hotel. European Golf Resort of the Year 2012 (IAGTO) and Golf Resort of the Year 2011 (GTS)
Roman Camp Hotel, Callander, Perthshire
|Poppies Hotel, Callander, Perthshire
Where better to explore Callander than the warm, cosy, comfortable surroundings of Poppies Hotel? Where wonderful, welcoming and unobtrusive hospitality merge seamlessly with the wonderful Trossachs surroundings to make it the 'must visit' of all small quality hotels in delightful Callander, at the Trossachs gateway – to discerning guests looking for the very best in short breaks, romantic escapes and weekend breaks to one of the real highlights of fulfilling, scenically stunning Perthshire destinations in Scotland.
|The Atholl Arms Hotel, Dunkeld, Perthshire
Situated in the Historical Cathedral City of Dunkeld, The Atholl Arms, a three star small hotel built in 1833, is an impressive structure with many original features …
|Birnam Hotel, Dunkeld, Perthshire
Located in the stunning Perthshire countryside in the heart of Scotland, the Birnam Hotel is the ideal location. It is well renowned for hosting weddings and large functions in the magnificent Baronial Hall and smaller functions in its many other suites - the Birnam Hotel has it all. A truly warm welcome awaits you at the Birnam Hotel.
|The Black Bull Hotel, Killearn, Loch Lomond
Nestling quietly in the picture postcard village of Killearn, the Black Bull Hotel is a little gem - a small, intimate, family run Scottish inn style hotel on considerable character and charm. A very relaxed, warm and welcoming atmosphere will strike you as soon as you enter its modern, softly stylish interior and you'll be delighted to experience the great food and quality service on offer here.
|Monachyle Mhor, Lochearnhead, Perthshire
Four miles down a single-track lane that winds along the wooded banks of Loch Voil you'll find Monachyle Mhor, a luxury hotel in Perthshire, Scotland. A vibrant splash of pink against the surrounding mountains, this 18th-century farmhouse and steadings is now a cosy boutique hotel and restaurant with fourteen individually designed rooms. A relaxed, family-run hotel, award-winning chef, Tom Lewis, cooks food fresh from the estate while his artist sister, Melanie Lewis's contemporary paintings hang on the walls next to traditional oils and prints.
|East Haugh Country Hotel, Pitlochry, Perthshire
Scottish Fishing Hotel 2009 & 2010. Personally run by the McGown family for the past 20 years, their own passion for fishing makes this the perfect destination for your Fishing holiday. The hotel now has its own 2¾ miles beat of prime Middle Tay water, Dalmarnock, and offers excellent accommodation at the hotel or a stunning self catering fishing lodge on the beat. As a big beat it lends itself well to corporate parties with two boats, a full-time gillie and an excellent large fishing hut. East Haugh House is renowned for its food prepared by fishing fanatic chef/proprietor Neil McGown, and the fisherman's bar stays open still the last guest retires - what more could you want from your fishing holiday!
|Craigmhor Lodge, Pitlochry, Perthshire
Tucked away in woodland grounds, this beautiful Victorian Lodge, and newly built Courtyard complex, provides high quality accommodation in Deluxe and Superior doubles, twins and family rooms. Set in an elevated position, and surrounded by extensive woodland with a bubbling stream and a duck pond, all rooms provide outstanding views of the town and the hills beyond. The centre of Pitlochry with all amenities and restaurants, the well acclaimed Moulin Inn and brewery, and the many walks in and around the area are only a stone's throw from Craigmhor Lodge. Privately owned and managed by Calum and Jane MacLellan, the whole team at Craigmhor Lodge aim to ensure that our guests a relaxed homely atmosphere and high standard of service and housekeeping.
|Horsey Reach, Stanley, Perthshire
What could be better after a hard day's fishing than relaxing in the hot tub with a beer overlooking the River Tay? The main house at Horsey Reach sleeps 12 people in 6 double bedrooms, all with ensuite facilities. The lodge sleeps 6 people in 3 double bedrooms with 2 bathrooms. Both properties have outdoor hot-tubs. Perched high on the banks of the River Tay on the outskirts of the village of Stanley, 6 miles north of Perth and only an hour's drive from both Glasgow and Edinburgh, it is the ideal base to explore Perthshire and beyond.
|SOUTH OF SCOTLAND|
|The Town House Hotel, Melrose, Scottish Borders
Introducing a hotel with a bit of a twist. Created by people who have all the ingredients to make it a success. The Townhouse is a privately owned hotel situated in the heart of historic Melrose in the Scottish Borders. The hotel is expertly run by the Henderson family - who also own and run the internationally renowned Burt's Hotel, directly opposite. A sense of style, colour and a pleasing ambience characterise every aspect of the hotel. Good food, in lovely surroundings, along with friendly Scottish hospitality make this a unique setting for our guests to enjoy.