#Scotland2021

Support Scottish tourism & hospitality providers by holidaying in Scotland in 2021.

This was originally planned to be yet another fundraising project (for FareShare again). But I really don’t feel comfortable asking anyone for donations at the moment.

So instead, it’s simply a free showcase of the finest hotels, B&Bs, restaurants and visitor attractions here in Scotland. My way of helping Scottish tourism/hospitality businesses (in my own small way).

So, please nominate your own fave/dream Scottish hotel, restaurant or visitor attraction, by simply replying to the tweet here, or by contacting me here.

Featured Scottish businesses so far:

15 – [#Edinburgh – current competition]

14 – Edinburgh Castle, Edinburgh

13 – The Scottish Cafe & Restaurant, Edinburgh

12 – Cheval The Edinburgh Grand, Edinburgh

11 – Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian, Edinburgh

10 – Merienda Restaurant, Edinburgh

9 – Fingal, Edinburgh

8 – Apex Waterloo Place Hotel, Edinburgh

7 – Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh

6 – Cheval Old Town Chambers, Edinburgh

5 – The Raeburn, Edinburgh

4 – Raasay House Hotel, Isle of Raasay

3 – Abbotsford House, Melrose

2 – Isle of Arran TIC, Brodick

1 – The Arisaig Hotel, Arisaig

Why nominate a Scottish business (hotel/B&B, restaurant or visitor attraction)?

I feature all nominated places in a “gallery-style” video of 10 places in a specific Scottish city, town, region or island. Which I then tweet (to over 24,000 followers).

And each week, I feature one of these videos in a weekly competition on Twitter:

And as these competitions generate around 400-700 RTs each week, your nomination could provide a rather nice wee bit of free publicity for the business concerned.

And very welcome free publicity it will be too I’m sure.

So how do you nominate a SCOTTISH hospitality or tourism-related business?

Simple. Just reply to this tweet here or, for non-Twitter users, simply contact me via this website here, and tell me the name of your favourite/dream hotel, B&B, restaurant or visitor attraction in Scotland.

And I’ll do the rest.

And make 2021 the year that you finally take that dream holiday in Scotland.


Photo credit: Image by Jonathan Cannon from Pixabay