A barman making cocktails, Blythswood Square Hotel, Glasgow
Enjoying a drink at the Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore
The Opal Lounge, George Street, Edinburgh
Experience Scotland’s bar culture for yourself. From traditional pubs in the countryside, which are steeped in history, to contemporary and stylish bars in the heart of the city, there is something for you.
Many of the pubs and bars listed in this section are members of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association. Founded in 1880, it is the only national association in Scotland which represents all sectors of the Scottish licensed trade industry.
Herges on the Loch is ideally situated for anyone visiting Melrose or Abbotsford, home of Sir Walter Scott. It nestles just off the A68, at the top of Gunknowe Loch in Tweedbank with panoramic views of birdlife on the water.
This family owned and run hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a well earned break, hold a special occasion or simply as a place to stay overnight. It is also a perfect base if you want to explore the Borders or enjoy a round of golf.
A choice of bars offers a contrast of styles. Choose to relax in the lounge bar or enjoy the banter of the sports bar. Both offer a great selection of ales and lagers and naturally a connoisseurs choice of Scottish malts awaits you.