This week the Remodelista editors visited Scotland and discovered a few favorite hotels, inns, and city vacation rentals that are destined to become classics. Make your reservations now:
Fife Arms Above: Shown both here and in the featured photograph above, The Fife Arms in Braemar, Scotland “is housed in a former hunting lodge, originally remodeled by architect Alexander Marshall Mackenzie (who also designed the Waldorf Astoria in London), now owned by renowned art dealers Hauser & Wirth,” writes Annie. Photograph via Fife Arms.
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Lodgings Fit for the Royals: A Historic Hunting Lodge in Scotland, Revamped by Hauser & Wirth. Killiehuntly Farmhouse Above: See more in In Scotland, A Luxe Nature Retreat from a Danish Billionaire. Photograph by Martin Kaufmann.
“The Killiehuntly Farmhouse is an estate in the Scottish Highlands restored by and designed by owner Anne Storm Pedersen as luxury vacation lodging,” writes Alexa, who can’t resist sourcing all the guest room’s furnishings for this week’s
Steal This Look post. Guardswell Farm Above: The Interior of The Kailyard Guest Cottage at Guardswell Farm in Scotland is “one of the more rustic lodging options,” writes Annie, with an “immersive ‘shepherds experience’ with your own Hebridean flock surrounding the hut, plus two donkeys” (and no electricity).
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Guardswell Farm: Rustic Cottages for Let in the Scottish Countryside. Porteous Studio, Edinburgh Above: This stylish one-bedroom bolthole, “located in Edinburgh’s Old Town, originally served as a blacksmith’s shop with a holding pen for horses and carriages on the ground floor,” writes Margot. Photograph by Zac & Zac, courtesy of Izat Arundell.
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Edinburgh Bolthole: A Stylish One-Room Vacation Apartment Converted from a Garage.