Scotland

Hilton Edinburgh Carlton

Dating back to the 1900s, The Hilton Edinburgh Carlton forms part of Edinburgh’s North Bridge, linking the Old Town to the City Centre. On the corner of the famous Royal Mile, it’s just a two-minute walk from Edinburgh Waverley Railway Station and half a mile from Edinburgh Castle and Princes Street.

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

Website: hilton.com/edinburgh

Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel

APAC currently delivers One Day Introduction and Diploma in Play Therapy courses at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel.

The Centre is situated on the picturesque banks of the River Clyde and less than 20 minutes from Glasgow International Airport, Glasgow City Centre and the beautiful Scottish countryside in nearby Loch Lomond. 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 and was used to produce a range of products, including ships of all descriptions, aircraft, airships, tanks, guns, shells and mines. After World War I, it constructed locomotives and steel houses but became uneconomic in the 1920s and closed its gates for the last time in 1930. Later used as ROF Dalmuir, many of the buildings survived into the 1980s, with some shipbreaking on the site.

In 1994, The Golden Jubilee National Hospital was built nearby as a private hospital by Health Care International. The Hotel, (which has since become a conference venue) was built to accommodate the relatives of the wealthy private patients. It is now owned by the National Health Service.

It enjoys good transport links to Glasgow City Centre, as well as the national motorway and rail networks. Free parking for up to 300 cars is available onsite for all visitors to the Venue.

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

Website: goldenjubileehotel.com