I offer chauffeur-driven luxury vehicles for a variety of purposes such as business incentives, weddings, parties and transfers to and from airport etc. I can provide a chauffeur for either a day hire or for an extended period - as requested.

 

My Multi Day Tours capture the essence of Scotland in the days allocated for your tour. In Multi-day tours we have more freedom and time to visit the great variety of different landscapes and majestic sites of Scotland. As always, we will customise the tour to suit your requirements. The standards of hotels and restaurants can all be pre-arranged to suit your requirements.

Below is an example of a six day tour not including the visit to the city of Edinburgh:

 

Day 1

We will leave Edinburgh, crossing the Forth Road Bridge and arriving at the ancient kingdom of Fife, before visiting Falkland Palace, a hunting ground very popular with the Royal Family. Next we will make our way to the beautiful fisherman's villages of the east coast where we can have a look at the house of the famous Robinson Crusoe. Continuing on we arrive at St. Andrews, the mecca of worldwide Golf. In St. Andrews we will take time to walk around the town, where we can see the beautiful University (the oldest one in Scotland), which dates back to the 15th century. After lunch we will continue northwards to the enchanting Victorian town of Pitlochry, where we can visit the smallest distillery in Scotland. After a nice stroll by the river, where we can see the salmon fish ladder, we will get ready for a meal in one of the local restaurants.

Day 2

Leaving Pitlochry, we shall make our way North and Westwards towards Fort William on the West Coast. From there we will start following the 19th century Caledonian Canal. We will make a stop in Fort Augustus, a great chance to see the locks that move the boats up and down various water levels of the Canal. From there, we shall continue north along the mysterious waters of Loch Ness. Keep your cameras close, for you never know when Nessie might appear! We can visit the ruins of Urquhart Castle, and take a cruise on Loch Ness. We shall then spend the night in or around Inverness.

 

 

 

 

Day 3

On day 3 we will head westwards towards Wester Ross, probably one of the wildest and most scenic areas of Scotland. We shall then make a stop to see the Corrieshalloch Gorge, before continuing along the wild western coast to visit the incredible Inverewe Gardens. We will stop for lunch in Gairloch, a pretty coastal town. After lunch we will drive south, to visit the beautiful and romantic Castle of Eilean Donan, Scotland's most photographed castle. From there we cross the bridge to the majestic Isle of Skye, arriving at Portree, the port capital town of Skye, where we will spend the night.

Day 4

In the morning we will explore the Isle of Skye, admiring its geology and natural beauty. After lunch we will make our way to Armadale, where we will take a ferry back to Mainland Scotland, arriving at Mallaig, an attractive fisherman's village and ferry terminal. We will then make our way to Fort William. On the way to Fort William we will stop to see the Glen Finnan viaduct that became famous after featuring in the Harry Potter films. Driving through Fort William, we will stop to see Glencoe, a beautiful and wild valley. From there we shall drive southwards along the West Coast, arriving at the town of Oban were we will spend the evening and night.

Day 5

Leaving Oban we will be travelling east towards Loch Lomond, a stunning fresh water loch (lake). We will be stopping in Luss, a conservation village on the shores of the Loch. After lunch we will continue south to Glasgow, the biggest city in Scotland, where we shall spend the night.

 

 

 

 

Day 6

On the morning we will tour the city of Glasgow, a very special city that witnessed great pioneering achievements in the 18th and 19th century, such as James Watt's invention of the steam engine. We will admire its architecture and highlights, such as the Glasgow Cathedral and the Kelvingrove Museum, and of course the University of Glasgow. After lunch we will make our way to New Lanark, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This night will be spent in Edinburgh, where we will end our tour.