South of Scotland Self-Catering Summit

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LocationEasterbrook Hall, Bankend Road, Dumfries




Organiser: SuperControl
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Are you curious about the opportunities in our region’s self-catering market? Wondering how to keep up and stand out in today’s market?

Join SuperControl at the South of Scotland Self-Catering Summit. It’s a day to get clear on the latest market trends, understand new rules, and unlock the potential of your business. You’ll connect with experts and learn how to turn today’s challenges into tomorrow’s opportunities.

Event Highlights

Local Market Insights: Join Sally Henry from Key Data as she shares the latest trends in the South of Scotland’s self-catering market. Discover how occupancy rates, booking lead times, and other critical data can guide your decisions and boost your business.

Navigate Industry Changes: Our ‘Licence to Thrive’ panel discussion featuring experts from SuperControl, ASSC, Discover Scotland, and Key Data will offer insights into the latest STL regulations and how these can open up new opportunities for your business.

Practical Tools for Growth: Visit our knowledge stations for tailored advice on attracting more bookings, improving your online presence, and interpreting impactful data to make informed decisions. Discover how adapting to changes and implementing new tools can simplify your operations and give you a competitive edge.

Learn from SuperControl: Gain insights from SuperControl Property Management System, a local business supporting self-caterers across the country to manage their operations more effectively, save time, and boost profits.

Network and Learn: Expand your professional network, share experiences, and take-home actionable advice that can be applied to benefit your day-to-day operations and long-term goals.

Event Partners

Key Data

Key Data is committed to being the most trusted global solution of short-term rental market data, unlocking expert insights for every property manager, destination marketing organisation, hotelier, and tourism business.

Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers (ASSC)

Founded in 1978, the Association of Scotland’s Self-Caterers is the leading source of knowledge and advocacy in Scottish self-catering. The ASSC is a not-for-profit organisation run by and for owners and operators. With more than 1,700 members, they support the operation of tens of thousands of self-catering properties across Scotland.


Creatomatic works with self-catering agencies to provide unbeatable, fast-loading websites to drive direct bookings. They’re one of only a select few agencies SuperControl recommends and have worked alongside our developers since our platform’s infancy.

Discover Scotland

Discover Scotland is a leading independent Scottish holiday cottage letting agency with a portfolio of properties throughout Scotland. Based in Castle Douglas and founded in 1982 the firm has a wealth of knowledge of the Scottish Holiday Cottage market.

South of Scotland Destination Alliance

The South of Scotland Destination Alliance (SSDA) is the strategic Destination Management and Marketing Organisation for the South of Scotland, encompassing Dumfries and Galloway and the Scottish Borders.

Whether you’re looking to adapt your current operations or explore new opportunities, you’ll leave with valuable insights and practical solutions. Register now to secure your spot at this must-attend event for all self-catering accommodation providers in the South of Scotland.

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