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WINNER SELECT * FROM ( SELECT * FROM v2_Hotels LEFT JOIN v2_Winners ON ( hotel_id = winner_hotel AND winner_year = 2018 ) LEFT JOIN v2_Images ON hotel_id = img_hotel WHERE hotel_member = 'Yes' ORDER BY FIELD(winner_category, 'Scottish Hotel of the Year') DESC, FIELD(winner_awarded,'Scottish Hotel of the Year','National Winner','Regional Winner','Class Winner') ASC, hotel_name ASC, img_sort ASC ) as xxx WHERE winner_year = 2018 AND ( winner_awarded = 'National Winner' OR winner_awarded = 'Scottish Hotel of the Year' ) GROUP BY hotel_id ORDER BY FIELD(winner_category, 'Scottish Hotel of the Year') DESC, winner_category ASC, hotel_name ASC
  • Romantic Hotel of the Year
    Windlestraw
  • ORTHER
  • No
    Boclair House Hotel
  • Yes
    Cornhill Castle Hotel
  • Yes
    Glenfinnan House Hotel
  • No
    Maryculter House Hotel
  • No
    Melville Castle
  • Yes
    Skeabost House Hotel
  • Yes
    Taychreggan Hotel
  • Yes
    The Glasshouse
  • Yes
    The Lake of Menteith Hotel
  • Romantic Hotel of the Year

    Contestant hotels must offer natural attributes and specific services designed to provide couples with a wonderfully romantic backdrop and atmosphere for a romantic stay. We look for originality and wit in the way the hotel offers its romance packages: offerings might include rose petal turndown, bathroom butler and special breakfasts, of course, but more than that… we seek those special things that lift hotels above not-so-romantic competitors. Original ideas and how they are marketed and implemented are important; meanwhile it goes without saying that rooms must be delightful, bathrooms excellent while privacy is a must. Previous winners have each exuded enthusiasm to reach and delight this valuable market. Romance can be a nebulous idea generally but couples of all ages know it when they find it. So do our judges.

     

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    2018 Winner

    Windlestraw

    Windlestraw is a beautifully Edwardian house built in 1906 as a wedding present for the future wife of the Scottish cashmere mill owner John King Ballantyne.  The lady was Italian and there ar... read more