Short Breaks in The Scottish Highlands
The Highland Collection is a renowned group of 3 Scottish leisure hotels in spectacular waterside settings awaiting your discovery. Ideal for a short break in Scotland, each Hotel has its own distinctive character so you can choose the style and ambience most suited to your needs providing the perfect short break package for a variety of different holidays in Scotland.
Whether you want a family holiday, romantic break or activity break, each hotel will cater to your needs.
You can choose from one of our fabulous Scottish Hotels to suit your short break requirements as each location has it own speciality; from the leisure centre and stunning conservatory found at the Isle of Glencoe to the complimentary golf course sitting adjacent to the Ballachulish Hotel, or maybe you prefer the idyllic location of the Oban Caledonian Hotel.
Whatever your choice, we know that you will have a truly memorable short break in the majestic Scottish Highlands.
The Highlands of Scotland
A land of mountains, sky and loch, where legend, folklore and history transcend time and live on in the vibrant communities across the Highlands. Be enthralled as the steep glens cut their path through the mountains in descent to the wide waters of Loch Leven and Loch Linnhe at Glencoe and to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean at Oban. Centre yourself here in the heart of Scotland’s west coast and explore this area of enchantment.
From your hotel doorstep- adventure awaits. Whether you climb Britain’s highest mountain or marvel at its beauty as you stand in its shadow, explore the rich heritage of the Highland Clans or even visit one of the stunning castles and local towns.
Whatever you decide, there is so much to see and do you’ll be spoilt for choice.
A warm welcome awaits you…
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Lancashire Evening Post
"The baronial Ballachulish Hotel is a beautiful former Victorian hunting lodge on the banks of the loch in the shadow of Ballachulish Bridge – nicknamed King Kong’s Coat Hanger by the locals....." To read the rest of the article, click here.