Where Can We Take You?

We specialise in private tours of Scotland departing from Edinburgh. See beautiful scenery, explore historic sites and sample a wee dram or two along the way. All while being looked after by our experienced, knowledgeable and fun tour guides.

Edinburghs central location means there are many iconic attractions, all within easy reach. Whether you want to visit locations from the TV show Outlander, sample a dram on one of our whisky tours, see castles steeped in history and legend or simply immerse yourself in the breathtaking scenery. We have something for eveyone.

We offer a range of tours as well as bespoke tour options. We specialise in small group tours of up to 7 people, but can accomadate large groups on request. Get in touch if you need assistance in building an itinerary that suits your wishes and budget.

No matter how much time you have in Scotland, we will make your visit the trip of a lifetime. Keep your eyes peeled, your mind open, and your imagination switched on.

Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond

Stirling Castle is one of the largest and most important castles in Scotland. Commanding the skyline from its position on a volcanic crag it is clear to see why this was once the seat of power for all of Scotland.

See The Royal Palace of James V and see The Stirling tapestries and hear stories behind them. Find out why Stirling Castle was so important and hear tales of  King Robert The Bruce, William Wallace, Mary Queen Of Scots and the Royal Stuarts.

Next just sit back, relax and enjoy the scenery as we make our way towards the Trossachs National Park. Along the way we will stop to feed the Scottish Highland Cows (more affectionally known as Hairy Heelan Coo’s). Our journey will then continue through The Loch Lomond & Trossachs National park. Here you will see some of Scotlands most breathtaking scenerey. From the wild mountain ranges and tranquil lochs to the stunning Falls of Dochart. Be sure to have your camera at the ready. Then it is time to stop for some lunch at the world famous, 300 year old, Drovers Inn. After enjoying a meal and some refreshments at this historic hostelry, it is onwards to the largest Loch in Scotland, LOCH LOMOND.


Rosslyn Chapel and Berwick-Upon-Tweed

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Rosslyn Chapel was made world famous after it appeared in Dan Brown’s Da Vinci Code, but there is definitely much more to this wee chapel than meets the eye. Built in the 15th centuary by the Sinclair Family and steeped in mystery. See the intricate carvings of exotic animals from distant lands in addition to the masonic symbols carved into the stonework. Hear the story of the Apprentice Pillar and how it evoked such jealousy that it ended in murder.

More than just a movie set, Rosslyn Castle is an enlightening experience. Poets & artists have flocked here for centuries seeking inspiration.

After visiting Rosslyn we take the coastal road to Berwick-Upon-Tweed. A quaint harbour town nestled on the border of Scotland and England. This small market town was fiercely fought over buy the English and Scots for hundreds of years, changing hands 13 times.

You will have plenty of time to explore this beautiful town, with it’s ruined castle and medieval town walls and fresh sea air. It is the perfect place to enjoy a light lunch and soak up the friendly atmosphere.

These are just a small selection of the tours of Scotland from Edinburgh we offer. Check out or full list of published tours here. Or if you have something more bespoke in mind get in touch now.

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