Boutique Hotels In Scotland
The concept of boutique hotels originated in the 1980s in large cities such as New York, San Francisco and London. They generally had fewer than 100 rooms and were quirky or unique, offering personalized service, often at a higher price per room. The idea has spread all over the world and today you can find plenty of boutique hotels in Scotland, not just in the country’s two largest cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, but all over the remote and beautiful Highlands too. Staying in one of these smaller hotels lets you enjoy a more personalized and relaxing experience, while taking advantage of Scotland’s stunning mountain scenery and unique culture. Even one of the remotest parts of Scotland, the islands of the Outer Hebrides, now has several such hotels, making a stylish and relaxing alternative to the traditional bed and breakfast or farmhouse accommodation.