Discover the history and charm of some genuine
Scottish country inns
Welcome to Scottish Inns
Enjoy our little site, and discover the history and charm of some genuine Scottish country inns. Visit one, or some, when you next tour or visit Scotland. Discover how delightfully different they are, and enjoy wonderful, often quite stylish – but blissfully understated, rustic accommodation ideal for both business and leisure visitors and travellers to Scotland.
Magical and characterful, they are just perfect for holidays and short breaks in Scotland with a real difference. You will also discover many of Scotland’s culinary delicacies in our great selection of the choicest places for food, ale and – of course – whisky.
Some of the very finest traditional country inns in Scotland
The Moulin Inn
This quite superb, rather romantic little inn style Scottish hotel offers a very appealing blend of traditional Highland hospitality in an old world setting overlaid by the comforts and service of a modern hotel.
The Old Mill Inn
The Old Mill Inn offers a great choice for those seeking all the benefits of 4 star accommodation in Pitlochry, alongside a lively bistro & bar atmosphere and is the ideal base to explore Highland Perthshire.
Falls of Dochart
A Traditional Inn In the Heart of Scotland. Our enviable and unique location overlooking the spectacular Falls of Dochart means you’ll never forget your stay at this special family run Inn.
The Ceilidh Place
A Inn as well as a Hotel, Bunkhouse, Café / Bar, Restaurant, Bookshop & Music Venue based in Ullapool in the epic and beautiful surroundings of Wester Ross in the Scottish Highlands.
Relax in style and enjoy the unique Bandstand Bar & Restaurant experience. Whether you come for business or leisure, we believe that nothing is too much trouble for our guests.
Be Inspired by the History
So, what makes an
Inn an Inn?
Country inns in Scotland are not hotels. They are masterful fusions of foods, drink, comfortable accommodation and great individual hospitality, and these differences will usually strike you as soon as you enter.