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Scottish Insider 8 Day Private Guided Tour for the Discerning Traveler


Custom Scottish luxury travel. This private chauffeur driven guided tour of Scotland includes not only spectacular and dramatic sights, but the experience of staying at special, outstanding accommodation. This "insider" Scotland trip journeys to Inverness, samples magnificent castles, the Whisky Trail, Loch Ness, the glens and travels over to Skye.

Day 1 - STIRLING/EDINBURGH
Welcome to Scotland, the land of Rob Roy, and the setting for the film, "Braveheart". Every bend in the road affords a reminder of history and romance. A few miles distant is Stirling, with its Renaissance castle perched high on a cliff. Travel to Edinburgh, Scotland's beautiful capital.

Private tour of ScotlandDay 2 - EDINBURGH
Your exploration of the capital of Scotland includes the "Royal Mile", from Edinburgh Castle to Holyroodhouse. Some intriguing characters got their start in Edinburgh, including Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Enjoy dinner with song, dance, and bagpipe music. (Departures for most of August will include Tattoo tickets instead). (B,D)

Scenic Scottish highlandsDay 3 - KILDRUMMY
Near the Victorian town of Pitlochry, the Highlands meet the Lowlands. The drive to Braemar is spectacular, with lush green fields giving way to heather carpeted mountains. Visit Castle Fraser, a fairytale pink fortress en route to Ardoe House, an elegant country house hotel. (B)

Scottish teaDay 4- WHISKY/INVERNESS
Visions of highland games, golf, haggis, remote islands, tartans and fine malt whisky come to life as you tour the countryside. The Whisky Trail passes little Highland villages en route to the Glenfiddich Distillery, where you sample the famous "water of life". Cawdor Castle, the place Shakespeare had in mind when he wrote Macbeth is nearby. The battle of Culloden was fought near Inverness. Stay at Culloden House, a gracious ivy clad Georgian mansion. The house's history includes spies, sieges, high chieftains and romance. (B)

Day 5 - LOCH NESS/SKYE
Castle in snowPass the Caledonian Canal, which links the lochs of the Great Glen to the North and Irish Seas. View Loch Ness, the legendary home of "Nessie". Monster spotting is a favorite pastime here from the ruined Castle Urquhart. As you trace the shores of crystal-clear lochs, the most photographed castle in Scotland, Eilean Donan Castle appears. Travel over the sea to Skye, associated with Bonnie Prince Charlie. (B)

Day 6 - SKYE
Explore the inner Hebridean Isle of Skye, with nearly a thousand miles of dramatic coastline of sheer cliffs sweeping down to the sea, and an interior of wild peat bogs. At Portree, pastel houses line the streets and fishing boats bob in the harbor. At the Skye Croft Museum, see a traditional family home, a smithy, and a weaver's house. Visit Dunvegan Castle, the MacLeod stonghold. (B)

Dalhousie CastleDay 7 - FT. WILLIAM/CALLANDER
Travel by ferry to the mainland and to Ft. William, dominated by Britain's highest mountain, Ben Nevis. The Pass of Glen Coe is notorious for the 1692 massacre. The area of low mountains and serene lakes around Callander is known as the Trossachs, the setting for Sir Walter Scott's Rob Roy and Lady of the Lake. The Roman Camp is a charming turreted hotel with elegant decor, built for the Dukes of Perth in 1625. (B)

Day 8 - HEADING HOME OR TO IRELAND
You bid your fond farewell to Scotland as you travel to Glasgow Airport for your return flight home or continue on to Ireland. (B)

Custom Scottish luxury travel includes:
  • Airport transfers
  • Private guided tour by car, minibus or small coach.
  • Driver/guide throughout.
  • Accommodations for 7 nights at very special, exclusive properties; room with private bathroom.
  • 7 breakfasts (B), 1 dinner (D) (or Tattoo tickets)
  • Baggage handling.
  • All taxes and service charges.
  • All sightseeing and entrance fees are for clients' own expense.

Some highlights:
Stirling Castle, Edinburgh Castle, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Castle Fraser and Garden, Glenfiddich Distillery, Culloden Battlefield, Castle Urquhart at Loch Ness, Ferry to the Isle of Skye o Glencoe Visitors Center o Military Tattoo
Your charming accommodations: Higher prices apply in August.
Location MIX  GOLD RED - As shown Stay
Edinburgh Apex Int'l Malmaison Balmoral 2 nights
    Ardoe House  Maryculter House 1 night
Aberdeen B&B
Inverness Columba Tulloch Castle Culloden House 1 night
Skye/Ft. William Kings Arms Flodigarry Inverlochy Castle 2 nights
Callander B&B Roman Camp Culcreuch Castle 1 night
/Stirling
Scotland Chauffeur Drive USD 2014 # PASSENGERS
RATE PER PERSON MAY-SEP 2 4 6
MIX 6852 4080 3148
GOLD 7442 4671 4062
AS SHOWN 8617 5845 4882
Scotland Chauffeur Drive 2015 # PASSENGERS
RATE PER PERSON MAY-SEP 2 4 6
MIX 9042 5239 3493
GOLD 9705 5901 4155
AS SHOWN 10981 7178 5042
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