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Friendly Chauffeur/GuideGet to know Scotland in a way you haven’t before. Our knowledgable guide will provide a wonderful insight to the stunning scenery and fascinating history the country has to offer.
Insider advice on where to stayWe aim to make you feel right at home when you visit Scotland with clear and concise instructions on where to book your accommodation based on your touring requirements.
Five star accommodation as standardYour gateway to the very best of Scottish Luxury & Boutique Hotels. Allow us to handle the booking arrangments of some of Scotland's finest hotels. We are confident you will experience the very best of Scotland.
Personal Tour PlannerIt's all in the details. A dedicated team member providing you with a variety of concierge services including accommodation bookings & activites helping you to plan the trip of a lifetime.
Ultimate LuxuryA unique bespoke service that allows you to enjoy the very best that Scotland has to offer. From arranging the very best rooms & tickets to catering for that special occasion. Your every request taken care of.
The Scottish Highlands are a sight to behold. The breath-taking splendor of the rugged mountains combined with serene lochs and the striking castles which dot the landscape has earned the Highlands the reputation of being one of the most scenic regions in Europe. Allow us to show you the real Highlands on this 4 day journey taking in some of the most splendid scenery, historic Highland castles, traditional villages and a visit to a working Whisky Distillery to sample the "Water of Life". Explore the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and Scotland's first National Park which is home to around 720 square miles of some of the finest scenery in Scotland. Vist the picturesque village of Luss, the desolate landscape of Rannoch Moor and the enchanting mountains of Glencoe, steeped in bloody history. Take in the charming village of Fort Augustus on the shores of Loch Ness in the Great Glen, before the scenery quickly changes as we meander through the Central Highlands of Scotland and the Cairngorms National Park to visit historic Blair Castle and sample some Single Malt Whisky. The return journey takes us into the East Neuk of Fife to visit St Andrews "The Home of Golf " and the quaint east coast fishing villages.
Day 1 is a fabulous introduction to the Scottish landscape; visiting Doune Castle used as a film location for Monty Python and the Holy Grail, Game of Thrones and Outlander. Later, we explore the Loch Lomond in Scotland’s first National Park and the beautiful lochside village of Luss before we venture through the fabulous mountains of Glencoe, steeped in history with dramatic scenery and learn of the grim McDonald massacre of 1692. Overnight near Glencoe
Day 2 takes in the wonderful Highland town of Fort William to view Britain’s highest mountain, then through the Great Glen to the charming village of Fort Augustus on the shores of Loch Ness. After a relaxing walk along the Caledonian Canal to enjoy the atmosphere we now head further north to sample the “Uisge Beatha” or “Water of Life” at the Whisky Distillery before heading to Inverness, the ‘Capital of the Highlands’. Overnight near Inverness
Day 3 explores the Cairngorms National Park with towering mountain ranges and large tracts of the original Caledonian Pine Forest. Heading south, we take in the village of Carrbridge, home to the oldest pack-horse bridge in the highlands, and Aviemore at the foot of the Cairngorms mountain range. Later, we enjoy a visit to Blair Castle & Gardens and then the Victorian town of Pitlochry with the opportunity to visit the Single Malt Whisky Distillery. Overnight Pitlochry
Day 4 explores the East Neuk of Fife and St Andrews; the home of golf and the home of Prince William while he attended the University - one of the oldest in the world. Explore the medieval centre of St Andrews, consisting of narrow alleys and cobbled streets with shops, restaurants and cafés. You can also view the remains of St Andrews Castle, and the now ruined Cathedral. We head back to Edinburgh via the quaint East Neuk fishing villages of Crail and Anstruther.