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About Milton Hotels
Our hotels can be found in some of the best-loved locations in the north of England and Scotland. Many are located in and around the Scottish Highlands and are surrounded by beautiful countryside, while others have excellent transport links to the major cities of Glasgow, Manchester, and Carlisle.
As well as offering a variety of room types for our guests to choose from, each of our hotels serves a selection of delicious, freshly prepared food throughout the day. So whether you're looking for the perfect base for an upcoming city break, or want to escape to Scottish Highlands for a relaxing weekend away, our hotels have everything you need to feel at home.
Our hotels are located in some of the best-loved locations in the north of England and Scotland. Click on each hotel on the map to find out more.
Stay at Milton Spean Bridge
Perhaps best known for its iconic Commando Memorial, the village of Spean Bridge is just 15 minutes from Fort William - the starting point of the Great Glen Way and closest town to Ben Nevis.
Stay at Milton Manchester
Manchester is one of the UK's most vibrant cities and is home to an eclectic mix of shops, bars, restaurants, museums, art galleries, and, of course, the Old Trafford football stadium.
Stay at Milton Birnam
The picturesque village of Birnam lies on the south bank of the River Tay. It features the historic Birnam Oak - the last surviving oak tree from the woodland made famous in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Stay at Milton Royal
Milton Royal is in the historic town of Blairgowrie. Just north of the city of Perth, the town is the main start point for the 60 mile circular Cateran Trail and is surrounded by beautiful countryside.
Stay at Milton Hilltop
In addition to its many shops, markets, and museums, the city of Carlisle has a historic cathedral and castle. Hadrian's Wall and the Lake District National Park are both just a 30 minute drive away.
Stay at Milton Watermill
The town of Paisley is just outside the thriving city of Glasgow, which is home to countless attractions including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the botanic gardens, and a stunning cathedral.