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Scotland is a the perfect destination for any incentive.

From the Scottish capital of Edinburgh to the lively atmosphere of Glasgow, Scotland’s cities have the best sightseeing for your guests to enjoy. Visits to picturesque towns like Portree on the Isle of Skye and New Lanark, the exquisite world heritage site, offer beauty and history to every visitor.

The landscape of Scotland is populated with historic buildings like Stirling castle, one of the best preserved Renaissance buildings in the UK or Edinburgh castle, the icon of the city and where the Scottish crown jewels are held for any visitor to see.

Scotland is not only known for it’s beautiful and historic cities and towns but also the majestic Highlands where cities give way to sublime mountains and unspoiled landscapes.

Scotland is full of things to see and do and we can arrange an itinerary that can include anything from a visit to the Isle of Skye or Loch Lomond, a golfing trip in St. Andrews, to a more active pursuit like kayaking or canyoning.

Adventure and Luxury

For those who enjoy a little excitement Scotland is the perfect destination. Fishing, hunting, rafting, horse riding, mountain climbing and even skiing are all available across the country.

To make sure you make the best of your business incentive and rewards in Scotland, we’ll find you the perfect venue for any meeting and put together a program of exclusive accommodation, dining , thrilling activities, gala dinners & private receptions, that will allow you and your staff to discover what makes Scotland such an exciting place to visit.


Edinburgh is one of europe’s most popular business destination. A perfect location for your next conference.

The Scottish capital is one of the most beautiful cities in the UK and also has a wide range of conference venues to choose from – from the historic to the ultra modern.

The city also has much to attract your delegates when they aren’t at the conference. They will be able to enjoy sightseeing in the World Heritage medieval Old Town and eighteenth-century New Town. From the city’s imposing castle to its National Museum of Scotland there is history around every corner. There are also a wide range of modern attractions too: from shopping at Harvey Nichols, Jenners and other famous stores to a visit to the Royal Yacht Britannia and a trip to Our Dynamic Earth interactive museum.

Activities and Adventure

The area around Edinburgh is also full of things to do and see and we can arrange an itinerary of activities and trips that can include everything from a round of golf at the world famous courses at St Andrews, a visit to beautiful Loch Lomond or more active pursuits such as 4×4 driving, canyoning or kayaking.

Edinburgh has a range of accommodation and dining to suit any budget – from famous hotels such as the Caledonian to boutique B&Bs. It is also incredibly easy to get to, with air, rail and road links to Europe, the USA and beyond.

To make sure that you meet your conference objectives in Edinburgh, we’ll find you the perfect venue for any meeting and put together a package of accommodation, dining and activities that will allow your delegates to discover exactly what makes the city such a wonderful place to visit.


Scotland is a land full of history and scenic beauty. It is the perfect destination for all kinds of group tours.

The country has something to offer everyone: for those who love the great outdoors there are beautiful national parks, Britain’s highest mountains and stunning coastlines to explore; for those who love history there are castles, cathedrals and palaces to visit; and, for those who love mysteries, there’s the opportunity to go monster watching on Loch Ness. The great cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow offer unique cultural attractions such as art galleries and museums, and the countryside is home to a host of picturesque villages.

Something of Interest for Everyone

The rich natural and cultural fabric of Scotland means that we can put together a vast range of Scottish group tours to interest all sorts of customers. From general sightseeing tours that take in battlefields, whisky tasting and highland scenery to more specialised packages that, for example, concentrate on historic monuments or great figures from literature.

Scotland has a range of accommodation and dining to suit any budget – from famous hotels such as Edinburgh’s Balmoral to cosy village B&Bs.

To make sure that the group tour we put together for you gets great reviews from your customers, we’ll arrange a customised package of accommodation, coaches, guides, car hire, admissions, meals and itineraries that will allow them to discover exactly what makes Scotland such a wonderful place to visit.


Scotland is steeped in history and boasts some of the world’s finest scenery – An ideal destination for couples and families.

It has long been a destination for bespoke travel. From the fashionable metropolis’ of Glasgow and Edinburgh to the breathtaking Highlands, Scotland has it all.

Castles, Chieftains and Golf

On a Cashel Travel chauffeured tour you stop at Scotland’s most historically acclaimed castles, not to mention the most spectacular. The true Highland experience with archery, hawking and salmon fishing. As well as a sumptuous meal with the Laird of the castle.

St Andrews has long been famed as the home of golf. At the Old Course, one of the oldest golf courses in the world, you can experience a day of luxury golf accompanied by a local golf specialist.

End a chauffeured tour with Edinburgh for the gastronomic delights of the numerous Michelin-starred restaurants in some of the most sumptuous and unique restaurants in the world.

Stay at 5 star hotels from city centre luxury spas to castles in the heart of magnificent estates and overlooking glassy lakes.

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