Fish Out of Water, the leading bespoke tour company for business and leisure trips, has added the luxury B&B, No 2 Cambridge Street to its online directory.

Established to showcase the best Scotland has to offer business and leisure visitors, www.fishoutofwater.net now features No 2 Cambridge Street, a beautiful ground floor apartment in the civilised heart of Edinburgh operating as a luxury B&B.

Ann Medlock, founder of Fish Out of Water, said: “Recently voted ‘One of the best 100 hotels in the world’, No 2 Cambridge Street, which is still a private home, offers two fully en-suite double bedrooms, enthusiastic cooking and access to Edinburgh’s history, culture and entertainment.

“Utterly individual, No 2 Cambridge Street offers visitors to Scotland’s capital a totally unique, quality experience and, as such, is just the kind of accommodation we want to promote on www.fishoutofwater.net”

Arranging exclusive itineraries for corporate and leisure visitors that display the best of Scotland’s cuisine and culture, art and architecture, history and scenery, the objective of Fish Out of Water is to ensure that visitors to Scotland do not feel like one.

“To that end, the best Scotland has to offer is showcased on our online directory which is already proving to be a huge hit with visitors to Scotland who greatly value the convenience of being able to plan their trips in advance,” said Medlock.

“By logging on to www.fishoutofwater.net, visitors can arrange to stay in the best hotels, dine in the best restaurants and drink in the best bars and pubs in Scotland before they set foot here. And many of the early adopter hospitality sector operators are already reporting an upsurge in bookings since hooking up with Fish Out of Water.”

Other hospitality sector operators looking to get in on the action should contact Ann Medlock on 08451 222 056.

ENDS For further information contact Ann Medlock on tel +44 (0) 8451 222 056 Issued on behalf of Fish Out of Water by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 Date 3rd May 2011

Ann Medlock