Pub Jobs in Scotland
Scotland- the land of haggis, whisky, bagpipes and the famous Loch Ness Monster.
The Scots have good reason to be so proud of their beautiful country. Draped in a medieval history with castles, lakes (or Lochs as they call them) and the highlands to discover. Is there a monster lurking in Loch Ness? You’ll have to tell us!
Scotland is famed for its Whisky distilleries, with 109 scattered across the country there’s no better place for a Whisky tour. If it’s history that you’re after then a trip to the Edinburgh Castle or Dungeon will make you feel like you’re on a medieval movie set.
Full of friendly locals there are many bars, pubs and restaurants throughout Edinburgh, Glasgow, and all that’s in between, that are looking for staff. With UK Pub Co your job and accommodation will be sorted before you arrive so you can start planning all the exciting things to see in Scotland.
You will love exploring Scotland
There is so much to see and explore in Scotland. Luckily, taking a Working Holiday with UK Pub Co provides you with the opportunity to discover all that Scotland has to offer during the course of your job placement - which can be up to two years!
Head to the Highlands – this stunning mountainous region encompasses northwest Scotland where you’ll find picture perfect mountain views, medieval castles and even mountain goats.
Shred the slopes – there’s actually five ski resorts to choose from in Scotland and Glenshee Ski Centre is the largest ski resort in Britain.
Cruise around the Lochs – Loch Ness might be the most famous of Scotland’s lakes but there’s actually over 30,000 beautiful, freshwater lochs to discover.
Edinburgh Christmas Market –One of the most famous Christmas Markets in the world you can enjoy a mulled wine or cider and wander through the stalls, all with the picturesque castle in the background.
Whisky tasting – after a short stint in Scotland you’ll not only know your Scotch’s from your Bourbons but able to identify regions and blends.
Places in Scotland we think are worth a visit
There’s so much to see and do in this wonderful country – here are just a few of our favourite places.
Scotland's second largest city, Glasgow is full of green parks, museums, art galleries as well as great restaurants and bars.
This gorgeous Highland town boast architecture dating to the 18th century with museums, markets and cathedrals.
The Scottish capital is filled with history. Time your visit during the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, the world’s largest arts festival
This port city is in northeast Scotland where the rivers meet the sea. If you're game to get in the water you can go for a surf.
Why we love Scotland
We're so passionate about telling you all the great things about Scotland because we've lived and worked there ourselves. A Working Holiday to Scotland is the best way to see all this amazing country has to offer. You'll spend less money on rent and fees and more on travel and fun times.
Things to do in Scotland
Scotland is filled with something for everyone with plenty of fun and quirky activities to make your Working Holiday very memorable.
Hunt for Nessie and walk amongst spectacular castle ruins at Loch Ness.
A trip to the Highlands to see the cows are a must! How cute are they?
Try a Scottish fry-up, some Haggis, whisky and other foods to brag to your friends about.
Perched on top of the city of Edinburgh, you can’t miss this historic castle.
St Andrews Ghost Tour
Explore supernatural locations in the old quarter of St Andrews – plus Cathedral ruins.
Isle of Skye
Stunning mountain scenery with caves, beaches, valleys and waterfalls.
UK Pub Co offer?
UK Pub Co is passionate about worthwhile travel. To us, there’s no better way to understand the world than by diving into the local culture. Our organisation is partnered with renowned schools in Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and the UK that welcome gap assistants with open arms.
We know what it’s like to yearn for an in-depth overseas experience that a tourist vacation can’t provide. So we encourage everyone with big hearts, open minds and positive attitudes to apply for our gap year programmes. We organise an experience that combines work and travel for a better understanding of life on the other side of the world.