Stirling, The Trossachs and a Whisky Distillery Tour
Please note we charge a £5 booking fee for all online and telephone bookings.
Why Choose This Tour:
Are you interested in taking part in a day trip that includes a lot of “Scotland” in one go? If so, our Stirling Castle, Trossachs and Whisky Tour is the tour for you since it features Stirling Castle, The beautiful scenery of the Trossachs, the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond and to top it, off a tour of a Whisky Distillery (children welcome).
Duration: 7-8 hours
Price: £55 per adult; £47 per concession (over 60); £30 per child
*Includes transport to and from start point, bottled water and light refreshments for the below itinerary. We also treat our guests to a complimentary dram of Scotch Single Malt Whisky. Please note that the price excludes admission fees, meals and drinks.
- Pick up at Glasgow location - 266 George Street Glasgow.
- Arrive at Stirling Castle (visit for an hour). - admission required.
- Leave Stirling and make way for Loch Lomond making a stop along the way at Callander and the Trossachs Park.(this adds 45 minutes to the journey time)
- Arrive at the Falls of Falloch (a beautiful waterfall where Rob Roy used to frequent)
- Arrive at the Drovers Inn where you can enjoy a classic Scottish lunch and use the facilities. The Drovers Inn has not changed much since being built in 1705 and is a favourite on my tours.
- Make way for Inveruglas which has the best views of Loch Lomond.
- Arrive at Inveruglas.
- Make way for the Auchentoshan Whisky Distillery. (We have to be there at 3 pm to join the tour) - admission required.
- Tour the Auchentoshan Whisky Distillery
- Distillery Tour ends, make way for Glasgow
- Arrive back in Glasgow
- Wear closed, comfortable footwear and a few layers with a rain jacket. It is also a good idea to bring a hat. Our wind can be cold, and it is usually windy.
- In the Summer months, bring sunscreen. When the sun comes out, like anywhere else, you can burn.
- For entrance fees, it is a good idea to purchase a Historic Environment Scotland Explorer Pass. It includes many of the heritage properties in Scotland including Edinburgh and Stirling Castles.