Scotland travel information
Whether you’re looking for hotels, bed & breakfasts, self-catering cottages and apartments, campsites or hostels, there’s a wide range of accommodation available across the country.
Stretching from the Borders in the south to Orkney and Shetland in the far north, and from the rolling hills of Fife in the east to the rugged islands of the Outer Hebrides in the west, there are a wealth of areas each with their own distinctive character and charm.
There is a wide range of accommodation available in Scotland, including hotels, bed and breakfasts, self-catering apartments and cottages, budget hostels and campsites.
Scotland is well-served with many high-quality restaurants, cafés, bars and pubs.
Scotland has an abundance of natural resources, meaning quality fresh produce for a modern take on traditional Scottish dishes as well as cuisines from around the World.
Scotland is of course famous for whisky, and there is no shortage of pubs in which to sample the “water of life”.
Renting a car is a great way to see Scotland, giving you the freedom to go anywhere at any time.
Most of the major rental companies are represented, and all of Scotland’s major airports have on-site car hire options. Hiring a car is often the best way to get to your hotel from the airport, particularly if you are staying in a rural location.
Scotland is well connected to the wider world with 5 main international airports, and a further 30 smaller regional airports..