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The 2020 Scottish Thistle Awards took place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on the 5th of March where winners from five regional awards competed to find the very best in the Scottish Tourism industry.

The HITA team would like to congratulate all finalists and winners of the night, with a special mention to our Highlands and Islands 2019 winners, Eagle Brae, James Ryan from Culloden Battlefield and Glenegedale House, for bringing their prestigious trophies back home to the Highlands.

The winners of the night were:

The Pot Still – Best Bar/Pub
All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2019 – Best Business
Paisley Halloween Festival – Best Cultural Event or Festival
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum – Best Heritage Tourism Experience
The Dunstane Houses – Best Hotel Experience
The Real Food Café – Best Informal Eating Experience
Land Rover Experience Scotland – Best Outdoor Adventure Experience
L’escargot blanc – Best Restaurant Experience
Eagle Brae – Best Self Catering Accommodation Experience
Salmon Skyline Scotland – Best Sporting Event
The McManus: Dundee’s Art Gallery & Museum – Best Visitor Attraction
Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2018 – Inclusive Tourism
Invisible Cities – Innovation in Tourism
Glenegedale House – Most Hospitable B&B/Guest House
James Ryan, Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre – Tourism & Hospitality Hero
Aberdeen International Airport and its Northern Lights Lounge Food and Drink Suppliers – Working Together for Tourism

Congratulations once again, what an achievement!

Nominations and entries are now open for the 2020 Highlands and Islands Tourism Awards and if you’re involved in our region’s tourism industry then we strongly encourage you to enter.  #HITA2020

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