Valentine’s in the Scottish Highlands

The Scottish Highlands is the most beautiful and romantic place for a special Valentine’s getaway. If you’re looking for a Valentine’s gift to impress this year, treat the one you love to our fantastic Valentine’s Break at The Kingsmills, our luxury hotel in Inverness. Enjoy a little Highland Fling this February!

A Valentine’s Offer to Smile About

Our Romantic Valentine’s Day Package is the perfect gift for any couple: whether you’re enjoying a new love, just wed or simply looking to get away from it all to spend some quality time together, there’s something for everyone. Keep the sheets warm in one of our new luxury rooms, enjoy an extravagant three-course meal in our Inglis Restaurant or relax in our state-of-the-art spa. Nothing says, ‘I love you’ more than a stylish getaway to one of the most beautiful parts of the world.Of course, you don’t just have to take our word for it.

Valentine’s Getaway in the Scottish Highlands

A couple out walking in cotland in winter

Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, the Kingsmills Hotel is located in the historic city of Inverness. Here, you’re just a short distance from the ever-changing landscapes of the dramatic Highlands.

You can go hiking through winding valleys, up snow-capped hills or along the shores of the vast Loch Ness. So, wrap up warm and enjoy a romantic stroll through some of Scotland’s most magnificent natural scenery. Start by visiting historic castles and landmarks and finish by sampling the local tipple at a whisky distillery.

All Aboard for Romance

We’ve mentioned Nessie before, it’s hard not to consider how iconic the mythical monster is. While you’re in Inverness, book a trip out onto Loch Ness and prepare for a day of mystery. Watch, hand in hand, for Scotland’s favourite monster. Trips to the picturesque Urquhart Castle are usually included and what is romance if not an adventure? Your warm, luxury room here at the Kingsmills is always waiting for you when you get back.

Delicious Dinner for Two

A couple holding hands over a romantic dinner

As one of the best luxury Scottish hotels, the Kingsmills Hotel also offers exquisite dining experiences. From candlelight dinners at one of our restaurants to romantic room service in your luxury room, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Our Valentine’s Day deal offers a romantic dinner in the Inglis Restaurant, where you can enjoy mouth-watering delicious cuisine. Then, you can sip enjoy cocktails or wine, or sample a wee dram of the local tipple in the Whisky Bar. Or, enjoy a nightcap in the comfort of your own luxury room.

Romantic Spa Luxury

Couple drnking tea in bathrobes

What better way to unwind with your loved one than with a pampering spa treatment? At the Kingsclub Spa, our range of treatments and therapies will leave you feeling relaxed and revitalised, making it a fantastic weekend getaway for couples.

Start off with a dip in our heated swimming pool or unwind together in the Jacuzzi or sauna. Then, let our qualified spa therapists work their magic with a soothing massage or body treatment in a tranquil setting. Here, we offer a wide range of treatments designed for men and women using natural spa products.

Luxury Tranquil Rooms

Garden Room at the Kingsmills Hotel in Inverness

As one of the most romantic hotels in Inverness, we offer a variety of luxury guest rooms. From Garden Rooms with private furnished patios to tranquil Luxury Rooms with king-size beds and deep bathtubs. Our lavish rooms offer luxury toiletries, plush fluffy towels, modern technology and sumptuous furnishings with a Scottish tartan touch.

Also, you’ll find all the modern conveniences like complimentary wireless internet and flat-screen TVs to make your stay more comfortable. And, if you don’t want to leave your room, our 24-hour room service will come in handy.

So, if you’re looking to plan a special Valentine’s getaway with your loved one, take a look at our special Valentine’s Day offer. There’s no better place to spend some quality time with that special someone than at our luxury hotel in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.