1. Accommodation Scotland
    Scotland has thousands of accessible accommodation options with every kind of property you could possibly think of including city centre hotels, country houses, self-catering properties and eco-friendly retreats. As a naturally welcoming destination, Scotland is a wonderfully inclusive country and is proud of their ability to make trips accessible to everyone, their choice of accommodation proves this, and you’ll find that there are a whole range of options open to you.
  2. Things to Do Scotland
    There are so many things to see and do in Scotland you’ll be hard pressed to fit it all in! From incredible natural sights, to historic buildings to world class events, you’ll find a million ways to fill your day with things to do when you’re in Scotland.
  3. Food/Drink Scotland
    Everyone has heard of the Scottish national dish (Haggis – a savoury dish that includes sheep heart, liver and lungs with some onion and other vegetables, it’s actually similar to a crumbly sausage, don’t shy away from tasting a haggis! There are even vegetarian options available!), you might not realise that there are a multitude of culinary delights to be found in Scotland.