Many Scottish tourism businesses have close working relationships with the international travel trade. In this section you’ll find a comprehensive directory of all those companies who have stepped forward and committed to special rates, discounts and commissions exclusively available for the travel trade.
From whisky distilleries to airlines and from language courses to barge tours – search our database to complete your itinerary or simply browse for new ideas! You’ll not only find the service you are looking for, but also an indication of the commission levels granted as well as full contact details for the business in question.
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Located in East Mainland Orkney, 20 minutes from Kirkwall and the airport. The business is accessible by coach (reverse up!), plenty of parking, however we have a maximum number of people allowed in the distillery of 20 persons. Opening time is 10am – 5pm and we welcome visitors to sample our products, browse our carefully curated gift shop and purchase hot/cold drinks and snacks to take away. Guests can also view our entire spirit making process from distilling, bottling and labelling and ask questions. Evening tours by appointment.
Edinburgh is a beautiful city, and we want to share its extraordinary secrets with you. We collaborate with the best-rated guides in town to bring you a personable, thorough experience.
The Ghillie Bed and Breakfast
The Luxury Guest Suite at The Ghillie, set in landscaped grounds of the original Georgian House on the outskirts of Melrose is finely furnished with Morris and Co fabrics. A countryside haven to explore the beautiful Scottish Borders. Bowhill Estate, Abbotsford House, Mellerstain House and Floors Castle are close by with the four Abbeys of Melrose, Dryburgh, Kelso and Jedburgh all within easy travelling distance. The new Tweedbank rail line near Melrose brings Edinburgh only a 40 min journey away.
Siberia Bar Hotel
An Award winning independent Bar&Hotel in the heart of Aberdeen city centre.
Our museum tells the story of Scalloway and its people from the earliest settlers right up to Scalloway's position in the present day. Perhaps the jewel in the crown of the museum's displays is the section dealing with the clandestine wartime operation which became known as the 'Shetland Bus'.
Open: Mondays to Fridays – 11 am – 4 pm, Saturday – Closed Sundays – 2 – 4 pm
Facilities include; Disabled Toilet, Free car park, Gift shop with local crafts, Refreshments, Tourist information point, Baby changing facilities, Views of the castle and harbour, Taxi drop off area, Free WiFi
Quendale Water Mill
The Quendale Watermill is a beautifully restored 19th century overshot watermill complete with visitor centre and hot and cold drinks facilities.
Your guests can browse the gift shop
Open Mid April – Mid October, 10am – 5pm
Located to the south of Mainland Shetland, the Quendale Watermill is situated in a quiet rural location surrounded by many scenic areas and outstanding historical attractions.
Maid of the Forth
Come and join us on our spectacular award winning ninety minute sightseeing cruise, where you will sail under all three Forth Bridges and down towards Inchcolm Island. By far the best way to view the magnificent engineering of the Forth Bridge, The Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing. Combine your sightseeing cruise with a visit to Inchcolm Island, explore the ancient Abbey, marvel at the magnificent wildlife, or relax on the tranquil beaches and soak in the amazing views.
Oban Bay Hotel
Oban Bay Hotel borders the bay with views to the isles. A destination as much as a base for exploring Scotland’s West coast. Our award winning Grill room, serves local produce and the very best Scottish Steaks.
Argyll & Bute,
The Glencoe Inn
Our five-star accommodation at The Glencoe Inn is sheltered among picturesque Scottish lochs and Munros and is a natural meeting point and welcome resting place near the West Highland Way.
Our Glencoe Inn provides a welcoming environment, with spacious Lounge and Bar areas. Complemented with cosy soft furnishings, log fires and views towards Loch Leven and the surrounding mountains, our Inn offers you an invitation to relax after a day of adventure.
The Caithness Collection of Hotels
Your clients can enjoy a warm welcome at The Castletown Hotel a family run hotel with 28 ensuite bedrooms recently refurbished and can cater for solo or group travel.Private parking available and ground floor accessible bedrooms . with a mix of Family Doubles with fold down sofa beds for children or your clients can upgrade to our Superior bedrooms with bathrobes , mineral water & home made chocolates. Castle of Mey and local beaches a must when in the North East of Scotland.
The Norseman Hotel
Welcome to The Norseman Hotel in Wick where we can offer your clients a comfortable stay at our family owned 48 ensuite bedroom hotel. Ample free parking available for solo or group travelers and our central location is easy for walks by the river and visits to Pultney Distillery just one of the local attractions when visiting Caithness and the NE coast. Our delicious menus awaits please lets us arrange a great Scottish Experience at The Caithness Collection of hotels.
The Pentland Hotel
Welcome to The Pentland Hotel in Thurso our family run hotel offers 42 ensuite bedrooms for your clients with a mix of options for the solo or group traveller. Centrally located ideal for the beach or walk from the train station and journeys onto Orkney with early breakfast for the Ferry Crossings.
Our main Restaurant and Bar have home cooked Scottish delights and all rooms have Free WiFi and tea/coffee trays.
Part of The Caithness Collection of Hotels
The Port of Leith Distillery
Founded by two lifelong friends with a passion for Scotch Whisky, the Port of Leith Distillery is a remarkable new landmark in Edinburgh talking a very modern approach to Scotland’s national spirit.
The Original Rosslyn Inn
The Original Rosslyn Inn is a family run business since 1837. The building and the village have a rich fascinating history.
The current custodians of the property since 1973, the Harris family are now in their third generation of service to the community.
The Inn has enjoyed centuries of culture defining guests including Robert Burns, William Wordsworth and Sir Walter Scott.
Whether you need some nourishment, a refreshment, or a place to lay your heed we invite you to be a part of our story.
Join our list of “well kent folk”.
Bonnie & Wild
Bonnie & Wild’s Scottish Marketplace is one of Scotland’s biggest food and drink venues. Showcasing the best of Scotland, our stylish Food Hall offers an unrivalled choice from eight restaurants, three bars, gelateria, patisserie and boutique bottleshop. A popular fixture for events and private dining, including Chef’s Table Experiences from the likes of National Chef of Scotland, Gary Maclean, it’s situated within the St James Quarter, two minutes’ walk from Waverley Station and the tramline, with easy access to parking and taxis.
Neth Hill Border Collies – Julie Hill
Top quality sheepdog demonstrations by the only woman to have won the International Supreme Championship in both singles and brace competition. Visit a traditionally run hill farm that has sheep welfare and conservation as a high priority. Travel through the beautiful moor-foot hills to reach the farm, by Heriot. See Julie Hill's "The Natural Way" method she has pioneered over 40 years of shepherding and watch how she communicates using the dogs' own language, to build a respectful and loyal relationship.
PE5 Sports Tours Ltd
PE5 Sports Tours provide inspirational and bespoke tour opportunities for young people within the sporting and educational world. We aim to provide a unique tour experience for young people that will live long in the memory. As a team we pride ourselves on quality and are meticulous in our planning and preparation to ensure we deliver safe, enriching and enjoyable experiences which allows all our customers to experience something more than just a tour.
We can arrange for your clients to cycle with other like-minded industry partners, making connections and strengthening relationships. We can facilitate guided, professional cycling tours on both mountain and road bikes across the Highlands, visiting a number of key destinations to create an unforgettable experience. Our cycling tours can be created bespoke for your clients as well as organising and assisting with transport links, meals , accommodation, support vehicles & equipment hire/transport creating a flawless hospitality experience for your clients.
More in Moray Tours and Transport
Located in the beautiful Moray Speyside region, our company offers to your FIT and small group clients bespoke private tours, corporate and sport events ground transportation and airport transfers (mainly) to/from Inverness and Aberdeen airports. Covering Moray Speyside, Aberdeenshire and North Highlands areas, our vehicle accommodates up to 8 passengers and we offer a bilingual English/Portuguese driver-guide service – Falamos Português. Contact us to discuss your requirements for transportation and/or bespoke private tours covering whisky distilleries, heritage, and many more.
10 Clifton Road,
Long Island Retreats and Larder
Based on South Uist on the Outer Hebrides we are a crofting family offering bespoke tours to suit your clients requirements and timings. Tours can include Croft Tours with Island Heritage, Shetland Pony Experience, Working Sheepdog Demonstration, Shearing and Wool Tour or Field to Fork Tour.
Tour length 1 – 2 hours depending on numbers, content and catering. We cater for small groups and FIT, up to 5O seater coaches, with parking/toilet facilities. Accommodation and other venues can be arranged.
Na h-Eileanan Siar,
North Uist Distillery
We can offer you a range of bespoke tours and tastings for your clients adapting these to suit small cosy groups, FIT, right up to large coach groups. Easy coach parking and facilities. Book ahead for tours and tastings or drop in to our Downpour Gin Shop. Enjoy a G&T in the courtyard from our Island Life Bar.
How to get here; Benbecula airport is a 50 minute flight from Glasgow Airport. Ferry terminals Lochmaddy, Berneray, Eriskay or Lochboisdale.
Na h-Eileanan Siar,
Puca Entertainment LTD
Puca Entertainment will be running shows in Edinburgh from mid-May to October. The show is a show only offering based at the Symposium Church Theatre at the Royal College of Surgeons.
The Stotfield Hotel is a 47 bedroom hotel, centrally located in the seaside town of Lossiemouth on the beautiful Moray Coast which is an ideal base for day trips in Moray, Grampian, Aberdeen City & Shire, The Highlands, Loch Ness and beyond. The hotel offers a Warm Welcome from a friendly and professional team. We have a well stocked Bar, our Restaurant serves excellent quality food and our rooms offer comfort and calm surroundings to relax after an active day.
Arbroath Signal Tower Museum
Signal Tower Museum is located near Arbroath's picturesque and busy harbour, in a complex of buildings which were originally used as the shore station and accommodation for the Bell Rock Lighthouse. Built in 1813, Signal Tower served the lighthouse until it was decommissioned in 1955 and became a museum in 1974.
Hear about the story of the magnificent Bell Rock Lighthouse and how the coastal town's connection with the sea has influenced Arbroath's social, industrial and ecclesiastical history. Using multi-media displays and historic objects, the museum tells the story of Arbroath's fishing and maritime industries.
Visitors can climb the dramatic spiral staircase and visit the tower room, for those who are unable to climb the 70 steps and ladder into the room there is an opportunity for a virtual visit, which is also available in Gaelic, Polish and Romanian.
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