One of our longest-standing partners is the wonderful Dalmore Guest House in Inverness, owner Dave explains how this partnership began:
"Our relationship with Rabbie’s began 30 years ago, when Robin came to our Guest House looking for a room and met my mother Molly who was landlady at that time. This was the beginning of a business relationship with Rabbie’s which we are proud to say continues to this day."
Sue and Mick run the Eden Green Guesthouse in Keswick, surrounded by beautiful fells where we visit in the Lake District:
"We’d like to wish Rabbie’s many congratulations on reaching their 30th anniversary and how wonderful for us, at Eden Green Guesthouse, to be part of their 30 years celebrations."
Oban is home to Carol & Meg’s Alltavona House, who enjoy welcoming guests mid-way through their Rabbie’s journeys:
Our luxury mini-coaches mean our tours can visit the smaller villages and the local cafés and tourist spots off-the-beaten-track, such as Terri and Greg’s Puldagon Farm Shop and Restaurant just off the NC500:
"Local tourism helps to boost the local economy and ensures our small Highland communities thrive throughout the tourist season. Tourism has helped to create new businesses and jobs in the local area and allows visitors to experience our way of life and everything we love about living in the Highlands."
We know the value that small-scale tourism can have on businesses, it’s part of the reason we love what we do. Judith at Applecross Inn agrees:
"By promoting small-scale tourism and working with local businesses, tourism can create jobs and generate income for the community. This economic benefit can help improve the standard of living for local residents and provide long-term economic sustainability."