A Guide To Staycations In Scotland

Enjoy a staycation in Scotland! Find out about our hotels and the local adventures they offer.

Explore Our Scottish Hotels

Save with our staycation package…

Save on your break with our exclusive staycation package, offering you a 2-night stay with breakfast and a 3-course meal at our hotels!

You can book your break online or by contacting our hotels directly.

How to book your stay online

  • Click ‘book online’ next to the hotel you’d like to stay at below
  • Select the dates for your 2-night stay and your preferred room type*
  • Choose ‘Special rates’ and add the booking code LOVSPR into the ‘Preferential code’ box
  • Book your getaway!

*Please note that selected dates may not be available. Contact our hotels directly to find out more.


Our hotels in Scotland

  • A room at the Mercure Edinburgh Hotel

Visit Edinburgh

Mercure Edinburgh

Edinburgh City Princes Street Hotel for its interesting mix of extraordinary value, snappy and comfortable hotel rooms, and unbelievable focal location within view of Edinburgh Castle and Old Town.

Edinburgh Castle

Across the street, Edinburgh Castle is a memorable stronghold that overwhelms the horizon of Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, from its situation on Castle Rock.

Visit Ayr

Mercure Ayr

Not many Ayrshire hotels offer the accommodation and solace of Mercure Ayr Hotel. Undeniably situated in the core of the noteworthy ocean side town, it is ideal for end of the week breaks, shopping days, golf breaks at well known title courses like Trump Turnberry, Royal Troon, and Prestwick Golf Club, and explore the lovely Ayrshire coastline. When in Ayr here’s our prescribed spot to visit.

Culzean Castle and Country Park

Why not go on an outing to the celebrated Culzean Castle and Country Park? The palace was planned by Robert Adam in the late eighteenth century and is loaded up with turrets and treasures.  Perfect for a family day out.

  • Exterior of the Culzean Castle

Visit Glasgow

Mercure Glasgow

Mercure Glasgow is perhaps the most focal hotel in Glasgow, only a couple minutes stroll from Glasgow Central, Queen Street, and Argyle Street train stations, making it ideal for recreation trips, shopping binges, touring weekends, gatherings, and corporate occasions. Make the most of our suggested activity.

Glasgow Botanical Gardens

Glasgow Botanic Gardens is a botanical garden located in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland simply a 15-minute drive away from Mercure Glasgow Hotel. It highlights several glasshouses, the most eminent of which is the Kibble Palace

The Kibble Palace is a nineteenth-century wrought iron-outlined glasshouse. Covering 2137 m², the Palace is loaded up with a fascinating assortment of orchids, savage plants, and tree greeneries.

The hotel will be open to leisure travel at the end of July.

  • Inside The Glasgow Botanical Gardens

Visit Perth

Mercure Perth

Thick stone dividers, strong oak shafts, and views on the stream beneath this lovely fifteenth-century watermill make Mercure Perth Hotel perhaps the most famous hotel Perth. With the hotel conveniently located in the center of Perth enjoy the back drop of the Scottish highlands whilst having a relaxing staycation.

The Black Watch Castle & Museum

The Black Watch Castle and Museum is a 5-star multi-award winning guest attraction situated in Perth. The Black Watch Museum is housed inside the memorable Balhousie Castle, the beginnings of which are said to trace all the way back to the twelfth century. A visit to the home of the Black Watch brings The Highland Regiment’s experiences alive, through their stories, artefacts and more.

  • Exterior of Mercure Perth
  • Reception of Mercure Perth
  • A set of military medals

Visit Inverness

Mercure Inverness

The recently revamped Mercure Inverness is quite possibly the best hotel in the city. In light of the stream bank of the waterway ness. Appreciate dinner with a view at our waterfront restaurant 33 Church Street which is within the hotel and is open to guests and locals to meet and socialise. While in Inverness why not enjoy a tour at Inverness Castle.

Castle Inverness

Inverness Castle sits above the River Ness in Inverness, Scotland. The red sandstone structure, showing an early fortified style, is crafted by a couple of nineteenth-century architects.

  • Exterior of Castle Inverness

Visit Livingston

Mercure Livingston

The three-star hotel is ideal for recreation breaks with a pool, steam room, sauna, and gym. Livingston Designer Outlet (Scotland’s biggest designer outlet) is directly on the doorstep, with the Pentland Hills, Scottish Owl Centre, and Beecraigs Country Park all in simple reach.

Almond Valley Heritage Centre

A family-accommodating museum on a serene riverside site with farm animals, a working watermill, and interactive presentations. Investigate the fields and forest strolls, participate in everyday showings and exercises, and let the children go wild in jungle gyms, pedal trucks, and trampolines.