Hogmanay at Airds in the Scottish Highlands
Join us in bringing in 2022 in style!
Traditional Scottish Hogmanay
3 Night Package, arriving on 30th December
Hogmanay at Airds is a wonderful opportunity to see in the New Year in one of the most stunning locations in Scotland with a relaxed and friendly environment.
New Year at Airds is a unique experience and the chance to celebrate in one of the most beautiful destinations. Whether you enjoy crisp, brisk walks along the loch with the mountains beyond, or magical snowfall on the high peaks of Glencoe and Ben Nevis, this is a breathtaking landscape at one of the most exciting times of the year.
Arriving on the 30th December to a delicious afternoon tea with mulled wine and cakes, let the festivities begin.
Full Scottish breakfast each day including Porridge with a wee dram
Afternoon Tea each day with cake, Mince Pies & Festive Punch
Dinner each evening in our 3 Rosette Restaurant
Ceilidh Dance on the 31st December to bring in the New Year
Special Hogmanay Black Tie Gala Dinner on the 1st January with a Champagne and canapé Reception
A Scottish Piper to lead you in for dinner
3 Night Special Hogmanay Package
Classic Double Room £807.50 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Small Superior Room £940.00 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Superior King Size Room £1030.00 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Junior Suite £1045.00 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Master Suite £1070.00 Per Person for 3 nights - Sold
Loch View Suite £1135.00 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Bramble Cottage £930.00 per person for 3 nights - Sold
Old Smithy Cottage £1030.00 per person for the 3 nights - Available
All rates are based on double occupancy. Single occupancy Rates available on request
Please note that a 30% deposit will be required at the time of booking. A further 20% deposit will be taken on the 12th November with the remaining balance due on the 7th December 2021
To make a reservation call us on 01631 730236 or email us at email@example.com
The Airds Hotel is situated in the pretty hamlet of Port Appin, near Oban in Argyll on the west coast of Scotland. Situated in the stunning setting of the Scottish Highlands.