Whether your interests are in history, sport or just taking in Scotland’s stunning scenery, we have the local knowledge and experience to assemble a dream vacation just for you.
We will provide a luxury vehicle suitable for your party with an experienced driver who will be your guide for the tour and will hand-pick high quality accommodation to your requirements. Alternatively, you can ‘self-drive’ where we will provide you with an itinerary, book your vehicle and accommodation and arrange the activities you have selected. During your visit we will be your concierge should you require further assistance.
Your Bespoke Tour
Scotland is best known for its breathtaking unspoiled scenery, whisky, golf and its historic castles and cities. We can arrange helicopter tours of our famous landmarks, or you can take in the splendour of Loch Lomond from a private boat. For more inspiration on what you could visit, read through our popular items below, or browse through our standard day tours; we can incorporate any parts of these into your luxury bespoke tour.
Mountains and Glens
On leaving Scotland’s Central Belt you quickly enter wild terrain with mountains rising steeply from the roadside and stunning views as you traverse from one glen to the next.
On multi-day tours of the Highlands we hand-pick quality overnight accommodation such as Country House Hotels. Scotland produces a wide variety of foods including seafood and game so we are confident that we will find fine-dining restaurants to suit your tastes.
If you are feeling fit we can arrange outdoor activities from gentle hill walks to mountain climbing, or you may wish to take in the scenery from a boat trip along one of Scotland’s many sea lochs.
Whisky (or in Gaelic, Uisge Beatha “the water of life’) is synonymous with Scotland and distilleries are found throughout the country, each area producing distinctly different spirits.
The production of malt whisky is highly skilled and maturation is essential, often in used Bourbon or Sherry casks. Let us take you behind the scenes on a distillery tour during your visit, finishing with a sample of the produce, of course.
As the home of golf, Scotland has many well known famous courses such as St Andrews, Gleneagles and Turnberry. The British Golf Museum is located in St Andrews. Scotland is also home to the oldest form of golf course, the links, which stretch along coastal areas offering fantastic views and challenging holes.
If golf is your passion, let us incorporate a few rounds into your itinerary!
Scotland is awash with history. From well preserved neolithic structures over 5000 years old to living castles bearing the scars of battles between Scots clans (and sometimes the English) over hundreds of years.
We will help you discover the Scottish clans in your family tree, their castles, their territories and their tartans.
As one of the last wildernesses in Europe, Scotland is the home to many forms of wild life. Herds of wild deer roam freely in the mountains, eagles soar overhead and in our coastal waters it is common to see pods of dolphins, seals and several species of whales. Bird species abound such as the native puffin along with many migratory birds.
We can offer many opportunities to view Scotland’s wildlife in its natural environment from land or sea.