Hilton Edinburgh Carlton

Address: Hilton Edinburgh Carlton, 19 North Bridge, Edinburgh EH1 1SD


Situated in the city’s historic Old Town, The Hilton Edinburgh Carlton is an iconic hotel on the famous Royal Mile. The building, which dates back to the 1900s, forms part of the City’s North Bridge, which connects the Old Town with the New. Despite its location, the Venue is an oasis of calm away from the hustle and bustle of the city, and its training spaces are quiet, stylish and spacious with natural daylight and spectacular views across Edinburgh.

With over 211 Guest Rooms, there is ample four-star accommodation available for anyone requiring it. Dining wise, guests can either enjoy a fine dining experience in the Marco Pierre White Steakhouse Bar and Grill or relax in the sophisticated surroundings of the Nineteen Hundred Bar & Lounge with a light snack. Guests also have access to the Fitness Suite and its range of gym equipment.

As a City Centre location, the Hilton Edinburgh Carlton is best accessed via public transport; it is directly above Edinburgh Waverley train station and roughly a five-minute walk away. The North and South Bridge Bus Stops are also all located within a five-minute walk of the Venue. There is no onsite parking available, however all guests are offered a 20% discount on the standard advertised rates at the Waverley Car Park on New Street, which is approximately 10 minutes from the Venue on foot.


Courses Delivered Here:

One Day Introduction to Play Therapy

Certificate in Therapeutic Play Skills

Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel

Address: Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel, Beardmore Street, Glasgow, G81 4SA


The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is a world class Conference Centre, set in picturesque grounds on the banks of the River Clyde in Clydebank near Glasgow. The site was once part of the William Beardmore and Company Naval Construction Works built by William Beardmore between 1901 and 1906. The yard covered nearly 100 acres, making it was one of the largest shipyards in the UK.

Today, it is Scotland’s key dedicated conference venue and the only Scottish member of the UK’s Venues of Excellence. Training is delivered in one of its fifteen, fully equipped meeting spaces that provide the perfect environment to facilitate your learning. During breaks, students can explore the extensive grounds via the two signposted walking routes, relax in the lavender-scented garden, borrow one of the Venue’s bikes for a ride along the Forth and Clyde Canal or take a stroll by the riverside.

Those requiring accommodation can be guaranteed a relaxing stay in one of the Venue’s modern bedrooms, many of which offer views over the River Clyde. Other amenities include a Bar and Grill which serves locally sourced, high quality Scottish produce and the Wellbeing Centre with indoor pool, whirlpool, sauna, steam room, and gym.

The Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel is only 15 minutes from central Glasgow and easily accessible by both road and rail. Dalmuir station is roughly a 10-minute walk away and 300 complimentary car parking spaces are available for those travelling by car.


Courses Delivered Here:

One Day Introduction to Play Therapy

Diploma in Play Therapy