1. Killiehuntly, The Highlands
The journey through the Scottish landscape, passing from loch to loch to Killiehuntly is more than worth it to reach this warm and inviting hideaway surrounded by 4,000 acres of parkland. It’s an estate dating back to 1603 that has recently been refurbished by Danish designers and local Scottish craftsmen – so, not your usual Scottish farmhouse. Sit back next to the roaring fire after a brisk hike in the hills and recharge in your cosy sanctuary.
Get the look
Get this stylish Scandi-Scot look at home using Colour of the Year 2017, Denim Drift on your walls. Denim Drift is a soft, soothing shade that changes throughout the day depending on the light hitting it. Pair with pale, pastel pinks such as Blossom White or Sorbet for the contemporary, calm aesthetic. Danish design is known for its cosy simplicity, so keep your bed linens a pared-back white or grey. Embrace ‘hygge’ (the Danish art of keeping cosy) like Killiehuntly by peppering lots of natural materials like wood and woollen rugs, faux fur and knitted cushions throughout.
killiehuntly.scot. Rooms start from £240 per night.