Suppliers Trade Contacts

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.
If you have any questions related to your existing travel trade listing or you would like to create one, please contact
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Library of Innerpeffray

Small, special and a heritage treasure trove: Scotland’s first lending library is a museum with a difference. Our elegant 18th century building, beside the River Earn in gorgeous rural Perthshire lets you step back in time. In our utterly unique Borrowers’ Register, visitors from all over the world find their ancestors.
We offer bespoke, personal tours for lovers of history, culture and of course, books. Perfect for small tours, study trips and people looking for ‘something different’.

Commission: Price on Application
Lara Haggerty
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Loch Melfort Hotel

A unique 4-star Country House Hotel by the sea – roaring log fires and spectacular coastal scenery to explore.
Set in 17 acres of gardens and beach on the romantic coast of Argyll in the Scottish Highlands, it is the perfect place to relax and unwind. We offer a range of 30 comfortable and luxury rooms, most with fantastic sea views.
Fine dining and Bistro style dishes are available in our Restaurant – we source fresh and local produce, well-cooked and well-presented by our excellent team of chefs.

Commission: Price on Application
Calum Ross
Loch Melfort Hotel,
Near Oban,
Argyll and Bute,
PA34 4XG
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Dundee Contemporary Arts

DCA is an internationally renowned centre for contemporary art that enables audiences, artists and participants to see, experience and create. With two beautiful large-scale gallery spaces, two thriving cinema screens, a busy print studio, an award-winning learning programme, and a packed programme of events, workshops, classes and activities aimed at all ages and abilities, DCA is one of the most successful arts organisations in the UK.

Commission: Price on Application
Jessica Reid
152 Nethergate,
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Abbotsford, the Home of Sir Walter Scott

Abbotsford, the home that Sir Walter Scott built in his beloved Scottish Borders in the early 19th century, is the enduring legacy of one of the world’s greatest writers. On the banks of the River Tweed, his Scottish Baronial creation lies at the heart of the stunning landscape which inspired the poetry and novels that introduced Scott – and Scotland – to the world. Our 5 star ‘Palace of the Imagination’ offers wonderful facilities – visitor centre, restaurant, nature walks, accommodation and of course Abbotsford House itself – a museum for living in.

Commission: Price on Application
Jill Paterson
Scottish Borders,
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The Steamship Sir Walter Scott Ltd

A special experience for Groups to Enjoy!
Classical Steamship cruises (200Pax)
Panoramic cruises on Lady of the lake (65pax)
Generous Group Discounts
Tailor made Itineraries
Live Onboard commentary
Free coach parking
Complimentary cruise for organisers and Drivers
Lochside Dining
Katrine gifts for that special gift

Commission: Price on Application
David Wyles
Trossachs Pier,
Loch Katrine,
FK17 8HZ
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The Scotch Whisky Experience

Enjoy a tutored whisky tasting, as you explore the glass vault of our world-famous whisky collection, considered one of the seven wonders of the Scotch whisky world. Located next to Edinburgh Castle, we’re one of the UK’s top five-star visitor attractions, with an award-winning restaurant. Whether you’re a whisky novice or enthusiast, our tours and whisky tastings are always interactive, educational and fun! Selected tours available in 20 languages (including BSL & ASL). Fully accessible. Open 364 days.

Commission: Price on Application
Pietro Cecchini
354 Castlehill,
The Royal Mile,
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The Royal Yacht Britannia

Step aboard The Queen’s former floating palace and walk in the footsteps of royalty. A Royal residence for over 40 years, The Royal Yacht Britannia sailed over 1 million nautical miles with the Royal Family. Now a five-star visitor attraction in Edinburgh, you can tour the last Royal Yacht and discover stories of life at sea for both the Royal Family and the 220 Royal Yachtsmen who served on board. Enjoy stunning waterfront views in the Royal Deck Tea Room and visit our fabulous gift shop. Private early morning and evening tours also available. Group discount for groups of 20 or more.

Commission: Price on Application
Groups Department
The Royal Yacht Brittania,
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Sweeney’s Cruises

Sweeney's Cruises are the largest capacity operator in Scotland, offering a variety of cruise and waterbus options from 4 locations on Loch Lomond: Our main base in Balloch village, Luss, Balhama and Loch Lomond shores. Private cruises, events and weddings also available

Commission: Price on Application
John Sweeney
Balloch Road,
G83 8SS
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Royal Botanic Garden of Edinburgh

The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh and its three regional Gardens Benmore, Dawyck and Logan represent one of the world’s largest living collections of plants. The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is world renowned for its horticultural excellence. Dawyck in the Scottish Borders is home to some of Britain’s oldest and tallest trees. In Dumfries & Galloway lies Logan with an exotic plant paradise warmed by the Gulf Stream and Benmore, near Dunoon, is a magnificent mountainside Garden steeped in history.

Commission: Price on Application
Lynn Paddock
20A Inverleith Row,
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Palace of Holyrood House

Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence of Her Majesty The Queen in Scotland, stands at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.

We offer group, special and private morning or evening visits. With free coach parking, discounted group rates, a group-friendly café and shop, the Palace is a magnificent visit for groups all year round.

Commission: Price on Application
Kimberley Laing
Palace of Holyrood House,
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New Lanark World Heritage Site

The fascinating history of New Lanark World Heritage Site is brought back to life in an award-winning visitor centre. With a passport ticket you can explore all of these fantastic exhibitions; The Annie Mcleod Experience, Mill workers' houses, Robert Owen's House and school, working textiles machinery and Scotlands largest roof garden!

Commission: Price on Application
Melissa Reilly
New Lanark World Heritage Site,
South Lanarkshire,
ML11 9DB
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Nevis Range Mountain Experience

Since opening in 1989 Nevis Range has been welcoming guests to indulge in their mountain pursuits right here in the heart of the Highlands. As a business, we offer year-round mountain access to 200,000 skiers, snowboarders, climbers, bikers, hillwalkers and sightseers! Throughout the year, as we transition between our winter and summer seasons our team adapt from offering snow sports activities to our summer programme of mountain biking and hillwalking.

Commission: Price on Application
Chris O'Brien
Fort William,
PH33 6SQ
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National Museum of Scotland

Trace the fascinating story of Scotland, explore a world of treasured collections and life-changing innovations, or just stop by for tea: you can do it all under our spectacular roof just minutes from Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. The five-star National Museum of Scotland is the most visited attraction outside London. It has welcomed more than five million visitors since the completion of a £50 million transformation in 2011. The museum offers free general admission as well as special exhibitions, shops, cafés and restaurants. Most hop-on-hop-off city tour buses make a stop outside the museum and there are free guided public tours available every day which your individual clients can join.

Commission: Price on Application
Alex Hinton
National Museum of Scotland,
Chambers Street,
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Kingsbarns Distillery and Visitor Centre

Enjoy a visit to one of Fife’s newest visitor attractions between St Andrews and Crail. Open throughout the year, with daily tours, where kids go free with paying adult.
Enjoy a tour of our working distillery and visit our café serving hot drinks and daily specials.

Commission: Price on Application
Steven Shand
St Andrews,
KY16 8QE
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Kelpies at The Helix

The Kelpies are Scotland's newest visitor attraction - the world's largest equine sculptures, towering 30m over the Forth & Clyde Canal.
Trade discounts are available now on pre booked guided tour tickets from 21/4/14, where visitors can get up close discovering the art, history and engineering behind The Kelpies.

Commission: Price on Application
Clare Grant
The Helix,
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House for an Art Lover

Set within the magnificent grounds of Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park and inspired by the designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, House for an Art Lover combines art gallery and exhibition space, events venue, café, multipurpose artists studios and magnificent visitor attraction into one unique and inspiring venue.

Originally designed by Mackintosh as an elegant country retreat for a person of taste and culture, today, more than 110 years later, House for an Art Lover exists to stimulate public interest in art, design and architecture. Through its studios, exhibitions, scholarships and access to learning for all ages, it has widened Mackintosh’s original vision to make House for an Art lover a house for everyone.

Commission: Price on Application
Shona Ferguson
10 Dumbreck Road,
Bellahouston Park,
G41 5BW
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Glenkinchie Distillery

Explore our Victorian distillery, the Lowland Home of Johnnie Walker, set within the abundant farmland and sweet-scented wildflowers of East Lothian, a mere 15 miles from Edinburgh. Glenkinchie offers a range of authentic and immersive experiences daily. Enquire about our ticketed shuttle bus transfer to and from the centre of Edinburgh.
Glenkinchie Distillery is open all year. Please enquire for seasonal opening times and public holiday closures.

Commission: Price on Application
Rhona Paisley
Glenkinchie Distillery,
EH34 5ET
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Glamis Castle

Open: 18th March 2022 to 31st October, 7 days a week
1st November to 19th December, 5 days a week (closed Mon and Tue)
A tour of Glamis Castle is a journey through Scotland's heritage and historical significance. Castle guides offer a personal touch as room by room this extraordinary family home is revealed. Highlights of the tour include the Royal Apartments where HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother spent her honeymoon and HRH Princess Margaret was born and Duncan's Hall, which commemorates the slaying of King Duncan by Macbeth.
Visitors have the opportunity to see a variety of flora and fauna; red squirrels and highland cattle are common sights year round. There is ample coach parking available and the Restaurant can take pre-arranged group of 48 guests. Drivers and group leaders receive free entry plus a refreshment voucher.
Pre booking is required for all groups.

Commission: Price on Application
Doreen Stout
Glamis Castle,
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Drumlanrig Castle

Immerse yourself in history and famous art at majestic Drumlanrig Castle. A five star visitor attraction, Drumlanrig offers stunning scenery in a 90,000 acre estate. Group tours are available throughout the year. A visit to the craft shops, Castle tearoom and perfectly manicured gardens all guarantee a fantastic day out.

Commission: Price on Application
Claire Oram
Drumlanrig Castle & Country Estate,
Dumfries & Galloway,
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Bowhill House

Experience magnificent Bowhill House and Country Estate in the Heart of the Scottish Borders. Group tours are available all year and offer visitors the chance to experience the beautiful House and the Buccleuch Art Collection. Stroll through the Gardens, visit the tearoom and gift shop. Stunning five star visitor attraction.

Commission: Price on Application
Rory Powell
Bowhill House & Country Estate,
Scottish Borders,
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Blair Castle

Blair Castle is a 5-star Visit Scotland accredited visitor attraction and jewel of Highland Perthshire, perfectly placed on the main route into the Highlands and in the Cairngorms National Park. The Castle is the ancient seat of the Dukes and Earls of Atholl and home to the Atholl Highlanders, Europe's last remaining private army. Explore seven centuries of history with our extensive self guided tour which takes in up to 30 rooms full of treasures and stories and personalities of their former occupants and the extensive gardens. All groups will receive a personalised welcome and introduction to the Castle and family history, with some time left to explore at their own pace.

Commission: Price on Application
Blair Castle
Blair Castle,
PH18 5TL
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