Our twelve hotels are set in beautiful locations - beside lochs, at the foot of mountains, alongside lakes - so your walking, trekking, climbing or rambling starts the minute you leave our door.
Glencoe Village - The Glencoe Inn Glencoe Lochan - The Mountain Walk There are three trails to choose from all can be done from the Forestry Commissions Lochan Car Park. We suggest the mountain walk, as it leads you through woodlands with superb mountain views and takes you to the picnic area look out with a beautiful view out to Stac a' Chlamhain. This is a fantastic trek which is perfect for those who are unable to reach the heights of the mountains surrounding Glencoe, yet you are still able to take in the breathtaking mountainous views, that Glencoe is famous for.
Make the most of a short break at Glencoe
Isle of Mull - Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa Garmony Point and Fishnish Walk
The walk starts off the car park in Garmony Point and has excellent views out over the outflow of the Allt Achadh na Moine into the Sound of Mull. This walk takes you close to the shore, allowing you to try spot some of Mulls varied sea life before it takes onto a forestry tracks. There are many benches along the way giving you the opportunity to take a rest and marvel at this truly scenic island.
Make the most of your short break on Mull.
Strathpeffer - Ben Wyvis Hotel Strathpeffer to Garve Walk
Starting off in Strathpeffer, this spectacular walk through pine forest takes you along Loch Garve to Garve, with the flat level allowing for a relaxing walk. The trail goes along the side of Loch Kinellen then through forestry commsion land, keep a look out for the wlidlife on land and magnificent birds in the air. Highly recommneded is a short detour to take in Rogie Falls. Make the most of a short break in Strathpeffer.
Grantown-on-Spey- Craiglynne Hotel
Circular Walk from Grantown on Spey
The walk begins and ends at the new Spey bridge on the edge of town and make it perfect for a gentle walk. At first the trail leads through open pine forest, then on to more open grasslands before following the path through birch woods. Part of the walk follows the River Spey and during salmon season, you may be able to spot them in the shallow pools. With this being the Cairgorm National Park, there is a vast array of wild life you may be able to see, our advice is keep your camera ready to capture. Make the most of a short break in Grantown-on-Spey.
Otley West Yorkshire - Chevin Country Park Hotel & Spa Chevin Hill Walk
Otley is a "Walkers are Welcome" town and is ideally located in the Yorkshire Dales, giving you access to some of the best and most scenic walking routes in England. Overlooking Otley is Chevin Hill, the public footpaths leading you up Chevin Hill and clearly signposted allowing you to experience the fantastic panormanic view of Otley and the wider Yorklshire Dales. Make the most of your short break in Otley, West Yorkshire.