Lovingly renovated, the 13th century Mingary Castle stands proudly atop its own rocky outcrop above the Sound of Mull. Faside Castle offers unique bed and breakfast accommodation at the top of the 14th century tower.
The former seat of the Clan Mac Iain, it now offers just four individual suites, each with well-appointed bathrooms and four poster beds. Some rooms include a 7 foot wide ‘Emperor bed’, stone built fireplaces and stand-alone slipper baths.
Soccer League Born - Sport has always been important through Southend's being; so it is no surprise that in the early years of the town's development sport factored keenly, not least this year with the inception of the Southend and District School's Football League.
Many of these national treasures now offer accommodation, from bed and breakfast to fully fledged hotels…
With stylish spa bathrooms and a delightfully decadent restaurant, serving an eclectic menu of delectable dishes, this unique hotel offers a scenic spot second to none.
Set on a private island in the middle of the Solent, No Man’s Fort was built in the mid-1800s to protect Portsmouth and once housed 70 soldiers.
Now one of the UK’s most secluded and unique hotel venues, it offers 23 spacious bedroom suites, all with sea views, a choice of five bars, casual and formal dining, rooftop hot tubs, etc.
Built in the sixteenth century, Barcaldine Castle offers a truly unique experience.