The awards, which took place in London this week and were hosted by restaurant critic Grace Dent, celebrate and champion the UK pub and bar market.
There were 94 pubs and bars represented at the awards, each one having been previously announced as the best in their county.
From these, 15 regional winners were selected before Galvin Green Man in Essex was crowned the national winner.
The Scottish pubs winners were: The Plockton Hotel, Highlands, The Criterion, St Andrews, No.1 The Grange, Edinburgh and The Steamboat Inn, Dumfries.
This year’s National Pub & Bar Awards also saw five extra accolades handed out.
Pub Chef of the Year went to Simon Vickers of The Griffin in Dyfed; Havana Club’s Bartender of the Year was won by Joe Calvey of The Wiremill in Surrey; Walled City Brewery in Derry/Londonderry won Kegstar’s Taproom of the Year; JD Wetherspoon scooped Pub Brand of the Year, while The Alchemist was named Bar Brand of the Year, with both awards sponsored by Coca-Cola Europacific Partners.