It may have been, and continue to be, a tough time for hospitality, but that doesn’t mean they can’t go wild with their Christmas decorations.
We’ve compiled a gallery of some of the best and most sparkly trees, from the classic to the unusual.
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This Christmas tree in The Fife Arms' Clunie Dining Room is being rather upstaged by the stag. Oh deer. Mar Road, Braemar, www.thefifearms.com
Photo: Contributed 10. Dean Banks at the Pompadour's blue tree
This tall tree almost touches the ceiling rose at Dean Banks at The Pompadour.
Princes Street Waldorf Astoria - The Caledonian, www.deanbanks.co.uk
Photo: Contributed 11. The festive lobby of the Kimpton Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Is it too late for us to try to source a stripy bow for the top of our Christmas tree?
Photo: Contributed 12. L'Escargot Bleu's tree
L'Escargot Bleu's tree has been told to sit outside because it's not house trained yet. If you can't get into this French bistro, try the new wine bar downstairs.
56 Broughton Street, www.lescargotbleu.co.uk