Edinburgh. Scotland's most famous city, with it's most famous castle. But if you really want to induce the element of surprise into a Scottish incentive travel program, the West of Scotland offers scenery, activities and experiences that you just can't find anywhere else...

Why not buck the trend for corporate incentive travel destinations and offer your participants a real & unexpected experience of Scotland?

Fly into one of Glasgow's two airports and in less than an hour's transfer time you can experience all this...

Sleep

Cameron House 5*

Situated on the banks of Loch Lomond, Cameron House has one of the most stunning locations in Scotland. It's roaring fires, fine selection of dining options and real 5* service makes you feel truly pampered!

(Loch Lomond is Scotland's 2nd most famous Loch, after Loch Ness. It's equally as beautiful and incredibly convenient - only 30 minutes from Glasgow International Airport!)

Turnberry Resort 5*

Famous for it's championship golf courses, Turnberry is one of Scotland's ultimate resort hotels. Situated on the west coast looking out onto the Irish Sea, it offers breathtaking scenery and a luxurious atmosphere.

Hotel Du Vin Glasgow 5*

Situated in a Glasgow's west went, HDV offers a unique experience.  It consists of a collection of Victorian Townhouses that have been carefully transformed into 5* bliss. For smaller groups, take 'Houses 4 & 5' exclusively; with their own dining facilities, separate entrance and bar it will feel like your own castle, right in the city centre!

Eat

Culzean Castle

Dating back to the 1400's Culzean offers a dramatic setting for a gala dinner evening. Best enjoyed if you are staying at Turnberry!

29 @ Royal Exchange Square

This private members club is right in the heart of Glasgow's city centre. Offers exquisite private dining for groups, and ideal for those who want to sample Scotland's night life after dinner - it has it's own club and a glamorous bar downstairs.

Jamies Italian

Celebrity Chef Jamie Oliver's first Scottish restaurant is in the iconic heart of Glasgow - George Square. It may not be Scottish cuisine, but it's some of the best casual italian dining in Glasgow!

St Andrews in the Square

A beautiful 18th Century restored church in Glasgow's glamorous Merchant City district. A grand setting for a gala dinner evening and perfect for a Scottish ceilidh! (and where our director Elaine got married!)

Experience

Glengoyne Distillery

Take a tour of this famous whisky distillery, complete with a tasting, or blending class with a master blender. Finish with a delicious lunch and a browse in the gift shop.

Adrenalin on the Loch

Where the tranquil Loch Lomond turns into an adrenaline junkies paradise...

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRVSVYom9mI]  (More information on the Hello Scotland website)

Sea Plane

See the beauty of the West of Scotland from the air! Glasgow's skyline is stunning at dusk, or an early morning autumnal flight at Loch Lomond is truly memorable!

Shopping

Glasgow has been dubbed the best shopping city in the UK outside of London! And boy is there an amazing array of shops to choose from! The Glasgow Style Mile is the best guide to shopping in the city, but our own Project Managers and Guides have a wealth of personal experience too!

Would you like to see any other part of Scotland in a special focus on our blog? Please ask!

Lisa

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