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.
Also, follow the link to our latest product updates from Scotland , where you’ll find a list of webinars from trade ready suppliers wanting to connect with you and help with your new product development planning.
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Perth Museum is a new £26.5 million refurbishment of a beautiful historic building in Perth City, featuring a purpose-built interior designed to house the Stone of Destiny, the most powerful surviving symbol of Scotland’s royal history.
Opening spring 2024, the museum offers visitors a 5*, accessible experience inspiring them to explore Scotland’s past through its display of exceptional objects ranging from fine and decorative art to items representing natural & social history, and world cultures.
Perth Museum will feature a programme of unique experiences for DMCs, groups and FITs, including private guided tours of the museum and the Stone out with normal opening hours.
St John’s Place,
Lost Loch Spirits
We are a craft distillery based in Royal Deeside, Aberdeenshire. We specialise in small batch spirits made with natural products such as our whisky liqueur and Scotland’s first absinthe. We offer tours and tastings which are perfect for FIT and group travellers. There is a large car park.
Radical Weavers Limited
Step into the enchanting world of weaving at our independent charity studio in Stirling. Immerse yourself in craft courses where heritage and culture intertwine, offering a chance to learn the art of weaving and explore Scotland's textile history. Discover the joy of creating your own tartan-inspired treasures, a perfect gift experience beyond the ordinary. Weaving experiences such as Design and Weave Your Own Tartan, Weave A Woolly Scarf in a Day, and more!
Scottish Canals is a vibrant company with many beautiful sights in Scotland to choose from including the world’s only rotating boat lift The Falkirk Wheel.
The Falkirk Wheel is group friendly, with easy accessibility. There is a café supplying local ingredients and gift shop with local suppliers featured. Group rates are available for bookings with 15 passengers or more. Visits can be tailored to suit your clients’ needs. We also hold events and provide catering at The Falkirk Wheel.
Cameron House on Loch Lomond
Standing on the peaceful southern shores of Loch Lomond occupying over 400 acres of magnificent woodland, Cameron House is an 17th century baronial mansion offering deluxe accommodation, award winning cuisine, superb leisure and outdoor pursuits. In addition, our championship golf course "Carrick on Loch Lomond" and exclusive spa provides an inspirational setting. With interiors that are almost as dramatic as the exterior of the manor, our stunning residence evokes character and comfort at every turn.
Trimontium is the only museum dedicated to Roman & Iron Age Scotland. Based in the Melrose, the museum tells the story of the nearby site of Trimontium- the largest Roman fort north of Hadrian’s wall – using AV, touch-screen technology & the finest collection of Roman military artefacts.
We offer tailored experiences:
· guided walks of the fort site,
· hands-on workshops
· bespoke group activities
Our 5 star museum is accessible, suitable for all ages & close to transport links & local amenities
Pitlochry Festival Theatre
Founded back in 1951, Pitlochry Festival Theatre is Scotland’s Theatre in the Hills. Your clients can enjoy our café offerings, retail space, or catch a performance in our auditorium, studio or amphitheatre, all fully accessible. Your clients can have a wander through our 6-acre Explorers Garden or take a private tour with our Head Gardener. They can enjoy snacks, hot and cold drinks and a deck chair on the riverbank at our Riverbank Hut with stunning views looking over the river and a short walk to the Pitlochry dam. The theatre is set just off the A9 with easy accessibility for coaches with a large car park and free lunches offered for bus drivers and tour guides.
Perth and Kinross,
The Cluanie Inn
The Cluanie Inn is situated in the remote wilderness of the picturesque Glen Shiel on the way to the Isle of Skye. This mountain Inn reflects much of the Highland’s unique rustic charm with character-filled rooms that are spacious and cosy. The Inn serves hearty, scrumptious meals and the warm atmosphere of the crackling log fires in the lobby makes you feel right at home.
Rokeby Manor is an early Victorian House (1840) situated on the edge of the Highland Estate Village of Invergarry. This late Georgian-early Victorian Manor has retained its character of a country home that was built with local materials and handmade techniques. Dining in Emily’s Byre, the rustic farmhouse restaurant with its cozy bar, is a great place to relax and have a good time. This charming manor house is located en route to the Isle of Skye.
The Whispering Pine Lodge
The Whispering Pine Lodge is a tranquil Highland retreat set against a backdrop of steep forested mountains on the banks of Loch Lochy. Enjoy the surrounding beauty as you stroll down the garden pathways to our own private pebbled beach. With an enviable location, just a short drive away from the town of Fort William, the Lodge is a perfect starting point for touring the Highlands.
Black Sheep Hotels Cabins
After a day of adventure in the Highlands, surround yourself with magnificent natural beauty in any of our unique and inviting mountain-style cabins, where rustic charm and luxurious amenities give you that ‘home away from home’ experience.
The grand cabins have sweeping picturesque views of Loch Lochy with pathways to the pebble beach on the loch’s shores. The evergreen forests on the glens across from the cabins are worth gazing at, especially when covered with a blanket of snow.
Each cosy cabin is inspired by the Highlands, beautifully furnished, and comes with outdoor patios, spacious living, dining and open-kitchen areas, bedrooms with en suite and separate baths and an electric fireplace.
Nestled in the heart of rural Perthshire, and a stone's throw from the world-famous Gleneagles golf courses, you'll find the unique experience of Cairn Lodge. Inspired by the opulence of its rich past as a baronial hunting lodge, today, it has been reimagined for the modern traveller.
Perth and Kinross,
AC by Marriott Inverness
Beautiful modern accommodation in the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Approx a 15 min drive from the airport and only a short walk from Inverness Railway Station, finest shopping and sightseeing spots. Our thoughtfully designed rooms offer free Wi-Fi, a smart TV and space to unwind. Start the day with a European-style breakfast and end it with hand crafted cocktails at the AC Lounge. The restaurant offers tapas-style bites and local flavours, perfectly paired with iconic views across the river.
We welcome groups as well as FIT travellers and look forward to welcoming your guests to one of Scotland’s most picturesque cities.
Meldrum House Country Hotel and Golf Course
Meldrum House Country Hotel in rural Aberdeenshire boasts the 7,000 yard Knights parkland course within their 240-acre estate. 14 miles/24 km away from Aberdeen Airport. One of The Sunday Times Top 100 British Hotels, Meldrum House has 51 stunning bedrooms and 1 self-catered lodge. Two award-winning restaurants, four luxury outdoor dining domes, Titan Sky Bar and an 800-year-old Cave Bar serving over 120 whiskies completes the portfolio. High-end offering with relaxed atmosphere is perfect for FITs and groups. Free car parking.
Dakota Hotels: a luxury lifestyle brand, synonymous with style and impeccable service. Sophisticated yet cool, with timeless style, each of our hotel destinations across the UK surprises and delights in unexpected ways. Indulge in our effortlessly chic guest rooms and suites; immerse yourself in our luxurious Bar; or discover fabulous food in our Grill. Welcome to your home away from home; welcome to Dakota.
Toll House Spirits Ltd
We are a family owned producer of award winning spirits & liqueurs, based in the historical town of Arbroath – the birthplace of Scotland. We offer a range of gin & rum tasting experiences, either from our brand home in Arbroath or at interesting partner venues in the town, including our local football club. Our team, with decades of industry experience, will ensure your clients have a fun and entertaining time, whilst learning all about craft spirit production in Scotland.
Highland Wildlife Park
Set in the stunning Cairngorms National Park, Highland Wildlife Park is the perfect day out for groups! The park offers break-taking views and the chance to see a range of native animals like the Scottish wildcat, as well as species from around the world, including snow leopards, Amur tigers, Japanese macaques and the UK’s youngest polar bear. You can also drive around the reserve, where your group will see many hoofed animals, including deer, elk, vicuna and bison.
Netherurd Garden House
Netherurd Estate, Blyth Bridge - 20-minute drive from Peebles & 1 hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Located within a two acre Walled Garden, ideal for outdoor activities, relaxation, and BBQ’s. Enjoy Walking/Hiking, Golfing, Horse-riding and Cycling in the Tweed Valley.
Boasts 18 accessible apartments with well equipped kitchens, living room and spacious walk in wet rooms, can be hired exclusively for larger groups.
Meeting & Event space for up to 80 people to suit every occasion. Complimentary private onsite parking.
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.
We have a coffee shop, gift shop, farm shop, ice cream from Easter and luxury holiday accommodation in the beautiful Angus Glens. Plenty of parking and a nature trail in the summer.
Dundee Hop-on/Hop-off Open Top Tour Bus
Located at the beautiful new waterfront
Visits Dundee Heritage Sites, Museums and Scenic Landmarks
Commentary by Headset and Wheelchair Accessible.
Scottish Seabird Centre
A 5-star visitor attraction and marine conservation and education Charity, located in the stunning seaside town of North Berwick.
Explore the wonders of Scotland’s seas with interactive exhibits, control remote cameras on local islands zooming in on spectacular wildlife - puffins, gannets and seals.
Introductory talks/guided wildlife walks available to groups.
Enjoy lunch in the cafe with views out to the iconic Bass Rock, the worlds largest Northern gannet colony.
Coach parking nearby.
Seasonal guided wildlife boat trips.
National Museum of Rural Life
Explore life in the countryside at the National Museum of Rural Life’s museum, farmhouse and working farm. In the museum, your clients can learn all about Scotland’s rural history, then take a walk or tractor-trailer ride to the farm, home to the farmhouse and cows, pigs, sheep, hens and horses. Round off the day with a visit to the shop and café, or bring a picnic to enjoy in the outdoor picnic area. The Museum has free Coach Parking and is only a 30 minute drive from Glasgow.
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