Accommodation on your Tour

Accommodation is included on all our multi-day tours. Each lodging is carefully selected by our experienced operations team, ensuring you a comfortable room and a warm Highland welcome.

Bed & Breakfast (B&B) and Guesthouse Accommodation

The majority of our tours offer 3-star bed & breakfast (B&B) or guest house accommodation. B&Bs are renowned for their warm and friendly atmosphere, providing visitors with an authentic experience of Scotland. These lodgings are typically situated within one mile of the town centre, though during peak seasons, this distance may extend slightly. Most establishments offer a traditional Scottish cooked breakfast, and all B&B accommodations are equipped with en-suite facilities.

Hotel Accommodation

For selected tours, we arrange hotel accommodation, such is the case for annual festival departures like Up Helly Aa. Highland Hotels are smaller than typical Hotels ensuring a cosy and hospitable welcome. Facilities are more limited when compared with most Hotels situated in large cities, however, you can be assured of a comfortable stay within close proximity to the centre of town. They are usually family run and have their own individual style and character. They serve traditional Scottish breakfast and often offer a dinner option too.

Solo Travellers

We have limited availability of Single Room upgrades which can be selected at time of booking where available. Single room bookings come with a single supplement charge.

Accommodation Accessibility 

If you have any accessibility requirements, please contact us before booking. One of our experienced reservations staff will be more than happy to assist with you enquiry. You can read our full accessibility statement here. 

Our coaches generally pick up and drop off customers at our overnight accommodation properties although there may be a short walk to meet the coaches at some locations.

The accommodation establishments are of 3-star standard or equivalent and are located in a mixture of small towns and rural villages; some of which may have sloping streets and uneven paths. The properties are generally less than one mile away from the village/town centre and all the locations have taxis available on request from the accommodation reception.

Guest houses only provide breakfast whereas hotels have dinner and breakfast options available. There will always be vegetarian options available but in more rural locations, gluten free and dairy free options may be limited. It will not be possible for guests to prepare their own food in guest houses or hotels.

For extended multi-day trips, ground floor accommodation is limited and subject to availability. With only a very few exceptions, all B&B and Hotel bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms. Level-entry showers, ground floor bedrooms and adapted toilets are limited, only available on request and cannot be guaranteed. There may be several steps before accessing the reception area from the front entrance and guests should be able to walk up steps in order to access rooms. Highland hotels do not have lifts/elevators. For our hotel options, the rooms tend to be on the first floor and access is via a flight of stairs.

Please contact us for advice about evacuation or porters should you need assistance.