Crerar Hotels across Scotland

Here at Crerar Hotels, we are doing what we can and we’re in good company ... the spirit of hospitality has been here for everyone before, and will be now and forever.

One of the highest quality privately owned hotel groups in Scotland, our hotels are recognised for their quality and approach to traditional Scottish hospitality. Each hotel has its own personality, inspired by local influences, location and history, meaning guests experience relaxation complemented by the idyllic surroundings.

Crerar Hotels specialise in leisure destination breaks which include dinner deals, spa breaks, walking, fishing and golfing breaks, plus weekends away and midweek escapes. If you are looking for an action-packed activity break in Scotland, some of our rural locations are well suited to many outdoor pursuits, and perfect for small leisure or corporate groups.

Food is always on the menu at Crerar Hotels… Many ingredients are locally sourced and our menus are usually reflective of each season. A lot of time and care has been taken to source the best of Scotland’s natural larder for our guests, and many of the hotels offer a taster experience at dinner.

Our values are evident in the staff we employ. We take pride and passion in going that extra distance for our guests, always providing high levels of service.  We encourage a culture of creative thinkers that work hard and are committed to being honest and authentic. That’s how we deliver a crackin’ Crerar experience.

In addition to our quality and service, Crerar Hotels support the communities in which we operate through our own charitable trust. The Crerar Trust gifts more than half of the company’s distributable profits to causes that are linked closely to the hotels’ communities. It is with this philosophy that our Hotel and Inn teams have the opportunity to engage with and significantly help the surrounding local communities.

You will find a Crerar Hotel in some of the most stunning locations across Scotland: GlencoeLoch FyneObanIsle of MullBallater in Royal Deeside, Nairn, and Inverurie, near Aberdeen.