As of March 18, 2022, Scotland has removed all of its remaining COVID-19 travel restrictions. Full details
As of March 18, 2022, Scotland has removed all of its remaining COVID-19 travel restrictions. Additional information relating to current guidance includes:
- Subject to existing exemptions, face coverings must be worn in all indoor settings.
- The Scottish Government continues to advise the public that keeping a safe distance from people in other households and avoiding crowded places minimises risk, especially indoors.
Even though Scotland’s rules have ended, other countries may still have travel rules beyond 18 March. If you live in Scotland, you should check GOV.UK’s foreign travel advice for every country you’re planning to visit.
If you need to prove which vaccinations you’ve had when you arrive in another country, you can normally use your NHS Scotland COVID Status app to do this.
If you’re visiting Scotland from another country, you should check your own government’s advice about travelling home after visiting Scotland.
Future changes to travel advice
New COVID-19 travel rules in Scotland, or any other country, may be brought in at short notice. You should always check the latest advice for each country you’re planning to travel to before booking your trip and before you go.
If you arrived before 4am, 18 March
If you arrived before 4am, 18 March, you must comply with the rules in force at that time. If you needed to buy a COVID-19 day 2 testing package before you arrived in Scotland, you will still need to take your day 2 test and self-isolate if the test is positive.
COVID-19 rules when you’re in Scotland
There are still COVID-19 rules that you need to follow while living in or visiting Scotland.
This is an evolving situation involving local, regional and international mandates; this information is subject to change by the government. Dunkeld House Lodges Club and Hilton Grand Vacations have no control over the changing government guidelines, and the information we are providing may not be the most current. Owners and guests are encouraged to check the government websites listed on this page for the most up-to-date information.