The third Scottish Hospitality Awards 2018 welcomed 200 guests at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Glasgow on Tuesday 29 May in a black tie event celebrating the Scottish hospitality industry.
The Awards acknowledged the success of local professionals and establishments from restaurants and hotels to festivals and venues that have stood out from the rest due to their dedication to the customers’ satisfaction. The winners, who are chosen by members of the general public, are a true reflection of the high standard and customer service that epitomise the Scottish hospitality industry.
Up against Callendar House on the night were Museum on the Mound, Drumlanrig Castle & Country Estate, Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Culzean Castle, Dunrobin Castle, Blair Castle, The Royal Yacht BRITANNIA, Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum and Burns National Heritage Park.
Ruth Morrison, Chair of Falkirk Community Trust said: “We are delighted to have the hard work and dedication of the Callendar House team recognised in this way especially in the face of such esteemed nominees in our category. A huge thanks to all who voted for our flagship historic house and park.”