In light of COVID-19, everyone's health and safety is the most important thing. Please follow the advice of the current phase from the Scottish Government, and always stay 2 metres away from those outwith your own household both indoors and outdoors.
We want to be able to share our beautiful country with everyone near and far but only when it's safe to do so. We'd ask everyone who is considering future day trips and overnight stays to please plan ahead carefully and check opening arrangements with the businesses directly. We'll be updating our site regularly with the latest information so keep checking back for more information and of course, the best ideas on where to go, what to see and what to do.
Please stay safe everyone and we hope to see you again soon.
Scotland's stunning landscapes, natural heritage, wildlife, castles and historic buildings are what makes our country so fantastic to visit; and they need protecting for future generations. Help make your next trip to Scotland more sustainable by choosing environmentally-friendly accommodation and stay in a green hotel or eco hotel.
What Does Green Tourism Mean?
Green, Sustainable Tourism, or Responsible Tourism encourages visitors to Scotland to consider the impact their visit has on the environment. There are lots of ways we can help protect Scotland from the impacts of over-tourism, including considering where and when we visit, choosing sustainable and active ways to travel, and staying in environmentally-friendly accommodation.
Eco-Friendly Accommodation In Scotland
It is easy to be green in Scotland. Being eco-friendly no longer means getting off the grid and bathing in rainwater - unless you want to that is! Green accommodation in Scotland is easy to find, and options range from cosy cottages, quirky hostels, modern glamping pods, and self-catering eco-lodges, to grand castles and luxury hotels - the choices are endless. Here are just a few of your options.