Scotland is a truly stunning world tourist destination. Visits from North America have soared in recent years, with more and more American and Canadian travellers taking their vacations in Scotland.
Perhaps you have ancestral history in Scotland. You may have heard of our spectacular scenery, with magnificent mountains, glens and lochs to take your breath away. Or, maybe you’d like to learn more about our rich history, culture and traditions. Whatever your reason for travelling to Scotland from the USA or Canada, come and experience our famous Scottish welcome. And get ready for an unforgettable vacation!
Amazing Vacations in Scotland
Where better to start your trip to Scotland, than in our vibrant capital? The beautiful city of Edinburgh has it all. It’s steeped in history, with wonderful visitor attractions, relaxing green spaces and a vibrant nightlife.
Top Edinburgh attractions include the iconic Edinburgh Castle, perched on Castle Rock and overlooking the whole city. Then there’s the Royal Yacht Britannia, Palace of Holyroodhouse and the Scotch Whisky Experience. You can check out our Edinburgh Guide for more fascinating places to visit on your Scottish vacation. And we have a dedicated Concierge in the hotel, who can help you plan your visit and make the most of your time.
Our Historic Hotel
When visiting a historic city, it’s only fitting that you stay in a historic hotel. Parliament House Hotel is made up of two quirky Edinburgh townhouses that date as far back as 1760. We are perfectly located in the heart of Edinburgh, at the foot of Calton Hill. Close to all the major local attractions, yet conveniently tucked away around the corner from Edinburgh’s famous Princes Street.
We also have a welcoming restaurant that serves up classic Scottish dishes such as our haggis ball appetiser, rib eye steak entrée and Scottish berry pavlova dessert. Finish off a traditional Scottish dinner with a nip of Scotch Whisky from our selection.
So, what are you waiting for? Travel to Scotland – we are just a hop across the pond! And if you need any help in planning your vacations in Scotland, please get in touch.