Resorts in the UK
Stay in some of the Uk's most spectacular national parks
Macdonald Spey Valley Resort
Situated on the banks of the River Spey, the resort is the perfect base for exploring the Cairngorm National Park – be it via mountain, forest walks, skiing or water sports (yes, we said water sports!).
Or perhaps you’re here for the fabulous golf? This resort boasts a 9-hole and an 18-hole course amongst its ancient Caledonian pines, along the river bank and against the stunning mountain backdrop.
Macdonald Lochanhully Resort
Located in the village of Carrbridge you’ll find Macdonald Lochanhully Resort, undoubtedly one of our most peaceful Scottish resorts. Our traditional woodland cabins located around a small lochan offer guests a secluded escape, perfectly located for exploring the Cairngorms National Park.
With Aviemore less than 20 minutes away and Inverness just a 35 minute drive there’s a huge selection of activities, shopping and leisure nearby too.
Macdonald Forest Hills Resort
The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park is most famous for its beautiful lochs and incredible mountains. In the heart of the park you'll find Macdonald Forest Hills Resort - on a loch within easy reach of both Ben Lomond and Ben More. We can't think of a better base.
Enjoy loch and mountain views in abundance, beautiful landscaped gardens, 4-star leisure facilities and outdoor activities right on your doorstep. Perhaps hard to believe you're less than 20 minutes from Stirling, and under an hour from Glasgow and Edinburgh.
Macdonald Elmers Court Resort
On the edge of the New Forest National Park you’ll find our magnificent 23-acre country estate. Perfect lawns and landscaped gardens surround the Tudor style manor house offering wonderful views over the Solent.
Nearby you’ll find the Georgian town of Lymington where you can catch the ferry to the Isle of Wight. Further afield we recommend you explore the North Solent Nature Reserve and popular maritime attractions such as Buckler’s Hard.
Macdonald Plas Talgarth Resort
Located at the southern tip of Snowdonia National Park, and 15 minutes from the beautiful beach at Aberdyfi, this resort offers guests very much the ‘best of both worlds’, mountains and sea.
Naturally this area is popular with water sport enthusiasts and hill walkers too. The nearby estuary is part of the Dyfi National Nature Reserve, perfect for a spot of bird watching. With an on-site spa and two swimming pools some may prefer to take things a little slower and enjoy a little pampering whilst on holiday.