Hotels: establishments providing accommodation, meals, and other services for travellers and tourists.

Aberdeen Arms (Tarves)

Previously a farm, the pub dates back to 1810, and is now a small, family-run community local in the middle of a conservation area. Very much a cheery, regulars' establishment, it is renowned for its warm welcome to visitors. A wide range of good value, home-cooked food is available.

Aberlour Hotel (Aberlour)

The Aberlour Hotel is a family run hotel, situated in the heart of Scotland`s malt whisky country. The well stocked bar offers a single cask ale and a variety of drams from Speyside and further afield.

Albert Hotel (Peterhead)

Homely hotel and restaurant with the Lemon Tree pub.

Alexandra Hotel (Ballater)

Originally built as a private home in 1800 and becoming the Alexandra Hotel in 1915, this smart, friendly and family owned lounge bar, is popular with locals for bar suppers and regular bar drinkers also.

Anchor Hotel (Johnshaven)

Small, family-run hotel in seaside village. Predominant food led specialising in seafood. The bar is lined with tables for dining. Three pumps, two in winter, serve a variety of beers, predominantly national brands.

Ardennan House

The Ardennan House Hotel is a family run small hotel located on the edge of Inverurie with a restaurant.

Atholl Hotel (Aberdeen)

This medium sized hotel has a comfortable, modern lounge in an imposing Victorian, granite building has a well deserved reputation for excellent bar food.

Ayre Hotel (Kirkwall, Orkney)

Overlooking Kirkwall harbour, the oldest part of the Ayre dates back to 1791 and it was a Temperance Hotel between 1885 and 1938. There are plenty of comfortable seats in the lounge to relax with a pint after a day exploring the many visitor attractions locally.

Ban Car Hotel (Fraserburgh)

Family run country hotel , function rooms with lounge and public bar.

Banff Springs Hotel

Hotel, restaurant, cocktails and whisky.

Banks of Ury (Inverurie)

Family run hotel and bar.

Barony Hotel (Birsay, Orkney)

The Barony Hotel is a family run hotel which stands on the shores of the Boardhouse Loch in Birsay. Little information about available beers.

Belvedere (Stonehaven)

Large Victorian house in town centre, near market square, converted to 11 bedroom hotel and pub. Bar serving 1 regular beer is in a modern extension to the rear overlooking the large, secluded walled garden, which is ideal for outdoor drinking, weather permitting.

Bennachie Lodge (Kemnay)

Hotel and restaurant with beer garden in Kemnay, near Inverurie - change of management Feb 2021

Blue Peter Hotel (Stranraer)

A small family-run hotel with two bars packed with memorabilia and, outside, a decked patio for viewing the abundant wildlife - including red squirrels. Two handpumps dispense a constantly changing range of ales. 

Brams Bar (Kilmarnock Arms) (Cruden Bay)

Smart hotel and restaurant, lounge and public bar with a good whisky range.

Buchan Braes (Boddam)

Business hotel, grill and lounge bar.

Buchan Hotel (Ellon)

Hotel and restaurant with bar in town centre.

Burnett Arms (Banchory)

Centrally located whitewashed hotel. New operators took on lease late in 2016 and the main lounges and restaurant were completely refurbished then. The lounge now operates under the name "Pepper & Fogg's". Large function room to rear has its own bar and is well used at weekends.

Carisbrooke Hotel (Forres)

Looking much like one of the houses in the area, this hotel sports a neat, comfortable lounge bar with wood panelling, pool table, juke-box, darts and widescreen TVs. The bar is popular with locals and sports teams. Tuesday is quiz night. Now only selling BrewDog keg beer.

Carriages (Brentwood Hotel) (Aberdeen)

Previously a superb cellar bar with ten handpumps, now a shadow of it's former self.

Chester (Aberdeen)

Stylish and sophisticated boutique hotel in a grand granite building. Afternoon tea, wine and cocktails

Cleaton House (Westray, Orkney)

The hotel sits above a sheltered bay on the island of Westray. Round the back is the Pioneer bar where two Orkney Brewery ales are served.

Commercial Hotel (Insch)

Village hub with public bar, lounge upstairs and rooms to let.

Copper Dog (Craigellachie)

Situated in the beautiful village of Craigellachie, the impressive Victorian building boasts picturesque views across the forests and mountains, and is situated next to the Fiddich and Spey rivers.