Highland Council and a local housing association yesterday made it clear that if their tenants are found to be offering Airbnb, they could be evicted for breach of their tenancy conditions.
Tourist attractions in the north of Scotland are set for increased global exposure after being named among the UK’s top must-do experiences.
As many of you will know Moray Chamber of Commerce currently hosts Moray Speyside Tourism, the destination marketing organisation for Moray Speyside.
Summertime is here again. Long hot sunny days. (Well mostly).
A pair of north-east brothers have been given permission to transform a disused quarry into a whisky tourist destination.
People travelling on the Caledonian Sleeper rail service will once again be able to visit Oban more easily, with the reintroduction of a direct bus connection to the scenic coastal town.
The first stage of transforming a historic city fortification into a world-class wildlife centre could be completed by next spring.
Golf tourism in the north-east is on an upward curve.
Granted, the weather can be mixed at times, but all that means is that so long as you remember to pack a waterproof jacket, Scotland has everything you would want in a summer holiday, from pristine beaches, delicious food and drink, to a warm welcome.
A tourism chief believes Moray Council's decision to reduce cutting grass will leave visitors with a negative impression of the region.
Tourism businesses in Moray are being asked for their views on upcoming proposals which could shape the industry's future.
People in the Highlands renting out space for Airbnb guests earned a total of more than £21 million last year, according to the online accommodation booking business.
Locals want to make Banff more tourist-friendly by creating new visitor map showcasing its highlights
Plans have been established to make Banff more tourist-friendly by creating a visitors map in the town centre displaying its attractions.
A tourist map showcasing attractions across Peterhead is to be demolished after being struck by a lorry.
Tourism and conference-hosting is arguably one of the key industries most crucial to sustainable economic growth in Scotland and the north-east. It is a notoriously volatile trade, demanding constant innovation. If this key sector is to be successfully grown it will require long-term strategic thinking.
Scotland has played host to a galaxy of Hollywood stars filming their celluloid magic over the years, from Mel Gibson in Braveheart and Ted Danson in Loch Ness through to Daniel Craig in Skyfall and Saoirse Ronan in Mary Queen of Scots.
Go back a few decades and the way we arranged our holidays or business trips was fairly routine.
A popular viewing tower which offers spectacular vistas of the Moray coast has been shut due to safety concerns.
A couple of weeks ago, I participated in the team relay event at the Edinburgh Marathon Festival. To demonstrate how seriously I take my running, I did the 8.3-mile leg listening to the Archers Omnibus on noise-cancelling headphones which probably tipped the scales at roughly 25% of my body weight.
Peterhead Prison has been a landmark in the town for more than 130 years. The mammoth, granite structure decorated by razor wire would be, to some, a building only pictured in a Victorian horror film.
Picture a postcard of Scotland. Highland coos, beautiful lochs, mountainous terrain, historic castles, glorious golf courses on magnificent dunes, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches and whisky galore.
Orkney's history and folklore has been brought to life thanks to the efforts of academics at Robert Gordon University (RGU).
Dolphinwatch will return to Aberdeen bigger and better than ever this summer with a wealth of new events on offer.
Tourists new to visiting Britain, from London to the Scottish Highlands, are explaining the quirks that shocked them the most when they visited.
A north-east couple have been praised by the mayors of two US cities after impressing them with tales of 21 years of Stateside holidays.
CalMac has been urged to provide extra inter-island ferry sailings to cope with soaring demand across the Western Isles this summer.
Inverness is facing a major tourism accommodation crisis with the city virtually “sold out” this weekend - just as the visitor season kicks in.
Tourism chiefs have hailed Taste of Grampian for generating more than £40 million for the north-east since it was first launched.
Aberdeen's St Machar's Cathedral will offer enthusiastic historians the chance to become tour guides to help cope with an increasing number of visitors.
Leading sat-nav firms are being urged to provide additional safety features to prevent tourists driving on the wrong side of Highland roads.
North tourism operator Cruise Loch Ness (CLN) is celebrating a double triumph in the UK final of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) annual awards.
Overseas tourism to Scotland rose by 10% in a year while the number of European tourists jumped 19%, according to new figures.