Late 2017 and 2018 Prices:
Exciting, stimulating places – a great day out - intimate knowledge of the best places to visit – Capped at £150 for 6 HOURS OUT AND ABOUT – the Price per car, with capacity for up to 6 passengers (£25 per person for a party of 6).
Full Day Tour
10 HOURS ON THE ROAD (Maximum) - price £240 per car, with capacity for up to 6 passengers (£40 per person for a party of 6).
£240 per Day, plus added surcharge (Driver Accommodation Cost) of £80 - where Tour continues Daily with overnight stops.
The final Price is dependent on the number of days away (cumulative but with no deviation from the prices quoted) and those that involve Driver Overnight accommodation.
There can be reductions for quiet days incorporated within a period of being on the road.
Each Tour is unique and Pricing can be influenced by covering Admission Prices to locations and also Ferry Charges where applicable. Similarly, Accommodation charges will vary as will entertainment, where charges for admission apply.
Rolling Day Tours will involve covering many miles. In the interests of Safety and for the avoidance of excessive fatigue for Customer and Driver, each DAILY Total Journey undertaken should NEVER EXCEED10 hours.
An OVERNIGHT DRIVER STAY SUPPLEMENT of £60 has been added to a Full Day Price Guide - this covers Driver Accommodation and Evening Meal Costs.
Each Day CAN BE Separately Priced - one day might involve the bulk of driving, whereby the next day can be set aside for site seeing and/ or walking - all at the discretion of Client Choice.
You can reduce ANY Day within a Tour of consecutive days (after Overnight Stay) to suit your needs - whether it is sightseeing without much or any driving, or gentle meandering back to your base - or providing a breather from travel - in other words a "Free Day". Pricing will reflect such a break in Touring / Site Seeing.
The Driver is available at Client Discretion and Pricing covers the retention of the Driver and Personal Car Service availability for each day of a Tour - except where the Client identifies a Day without Touring or Site Seeing of any kind
We wish to protect our Itinerary Details and Client Wishes.
Should you wish to receive details on the Places we have tried and tested (and can investigate), please email us via firstname.lastname@example.org
Our CONTACT US Page also contains a Summary of our Terms and Conditions.
OPTIONS TO CONSIDER - as you build your Tour Plan
Castles or Monuments take time to see once you arrive at some of them - we will advise what time span you might wish to apply to each place you visit.
Visiting is subject to Opening Times - both Summer and Winter - for each location or Site.
Scenes or areas of outstanding Natural Beauty - driving there can involve 2 hour stints at times, but we always stop regularly and allow the vista and camera to merge! Walking and relaxing is uppermost in our destination and Itinerary route planning.
Most Days tend towards 10 Hours - natural inclination to see, seek and roam and simply take in as much as you can in a day - includes lunch breaks - takes over - and why not!
Further Information on the generality of our Regions throughout Scotland;
From Stirling/ Perth - you travel optionally towards AVEIMORE – GRANTON ON SPEY and NORTH EASTWARDS from there takes you further into MORAY (The Whisky Trail, Coastal Towns) with Overnight Stay required – OR -
SOUTH takes you through the Mountain Range to Tomintoul towards Ballater, South to Braemar - in between is Crathie and Balmoral Estate (or proceed East further to Banchory en route to Aberdeen with Overnight Stay required) and dropping down into Perth and Kinross/ Spittal of Glenshee and ultimately returning into the Central Belt of Scotland. This Package would require a Full Day - 10 hours with an Overnight Stay for onward further travel perhaps.
Always the Central focus of the Highlands, The Great Glen - from Fort William (views of Ben Nevis) to Drumnadrochit and then Urquart Castle aside Loch Ness, seeing The Caledonian Canal en route to Inverness - can be accessed by travelling North West from the Central Lowlands (on the A82 trunk road), taking in Loch Lomond on the way is an option!
Incorporating the above route (apart from Loch Lomond - accessed from Glasgow), the Tour would use the A84/ A85 if traveling from Stirling.
West (A85) takes you to OBAN and this hub is the gateway to the Western Isles - Mull and more!
North (A82) and you can progress onto GLENCOE (stunning scenes) and then once at the tip of Loch Ness, go might want to go East towards the A9 and the Cairngorm National Park (Tomatin Distillery is 8 miles South along the A9 when joined). You again have that option of proceeding East into Moray and the Coastal Villages and the Whisky Trail for that area, from Inverness City (There is a Golf Package Link to this Route).
North of Inverness and it's Dornoch and the beautiful Peninsula around Balintore, Easter Ross.
West and slightly North on wards, is Skye - dramatic scenery and lots to do in terms of activities and private family holidays.
So - these are the most common options we are asked. Please consider an Island Visit - Skye, Mull or Arran perhaps - The Northern Isles have Neolithic Sites - See Scara Brae, in Orkney, a World Heritage Site.
You may have a specific niche interest - it might be Architecture or Music or Art.
Scotland - the HOME of GOLF
GOLF PACKAGES – Individually tailored to Customer Need - Email us to discuss your wishes, Itinerary and preferences. GROUP CATERING AVAILABLE.
From Edinburgh [Airport] – Muirfield (British Open venue), Aberlady, Gullane, North Berwick.
FIFE – St. Andrews (The Old Course or the Golf Links and other courses therein) or go towards the East Neuk to Kingsbarns. All great options.
Across the Tay Bridge - North to Carnoustie – Aberdeen [Trump International Golf Links].
Highland Golf - Nairn, Inverness (Castle Stuart) – Tain - up to Skibo Castle (The Carnegie Club). Further North for half an hour is Royal Dornoch (voted 5th. Best Golf Course in the World!).
West Coast of Scotland – Troon, Turnberry – both venues for the British Open - and the Oldest AND First venue for the British Open - Prestwick.
Central Scotland - The Lowlands - Gleneagles (venue of the 2014 Ryder Cup) .
The British Open - WE WILL TAKE YOU THERE AND HELP YOU SOURCE ACCOMMODATION YOU WANT!
CITY VISITS – Glasgow, Edinburgh – both within an hour of our base in Stirling.
See Roslyn Chapel - 15 minutes drive from Edinburgh City.
Airport Conveyance - Less than a City Tour - Stirling to Edinburgh Airport £45 single
QUOTED PRICES PER CAR - NOT PER PERSON
To find what suits you, you really need to have that conversation - simply email your thoughts via our CONTACT US PAGE and we can offer all the advice - but please know that our knowledge is intimate to the surroundings you can see and we will never advise you to visit somewhere unless it enriches your experience and really satisfies!