Spa & Leisure
Spa therapies, beauty treatments and use of our leisure clubs - swimming pools, sauna and steam rooms, spa baths, outdoor hot tubs, gyms, tennis courts and, Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa, Rasul mud room.
Idyllic settings, quiet and peaceful locations and grounds, cosy fires and intimate lounge areas. Fine dining restaurants and some spas complete with couples treatment rooms.
Some hotels placed within minutes of Championship courses, and all within easy reach of high quality links and mature parkland courses, challenging to the serious golfer and fun for those less accomplished.
A whisky-inspired break with Crerar Hotels can encompass some of Scotland's oldest, most-renowned distilleries, just a short walk, cycle or drive from your hotel.
Fishing in the River Dee or off the Isle of Mull, stalking and shooting in rural Aberdeenshire, or cycling and mountain biking in Glencoe or sailing in Oban.
The Cairngorms, Highland Perthshire, rural Yorkshire – take your pick. All of our hotels are positioned as a great base for walking breaks, from easy strolls to day long treks in the countryside.
History & Culture
For guests enthusiastic about the history and culture of Scotland and Yorkshire, these hotels are in close proximity to many castles, museums, heritage sites and national parks.
Single travellers will find comfortable single room accommodation at this collection of hotels with plenty of outdoor pursuits close by, with volume to house private groups and families.
All Crerar Hotels happily welcome your four legged friends to stay. Water bowls can be provided on request, and we bet they’ll love exploring our gardens, grounds and the nearby parks.
Welcoming private groups and tour operators, our hotels offer good parking for coaches and are flexible with length of stay and meal arrangements. Contact group bookings.
With four hotels having been awarded AA Rosettes, guests can expect fine local produce and seasonal menu's reflective of the local area. View our menus.
Some of our hotels and inns are located within easy reach of four out of Scotland’s five snow sports resorts, offering a warm welcome and filling food after a day on the slopes.