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Private Tours of Scotland

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Kilchoman Spirit Still
A nice closeup of the Kilchoman Spirit Still at Kilchoman Distillery - Islay Whisky Tour
Ardbeg Visitor Centre
The copper still at Ardbeg Distillery on Islay
Full Scottish Breakfast
Just what you need before a full day of Whisky tasting on Islay
Bowmore town and Distillery
A picture taken at duck of the Bowmore Distillery while on an Islay Whisky Tour
Bowmore No 1 Vault
The famouse Bowmore No 1 Vault, believed to be the oldest official bonded warehouse dating back to 1779
Bruichladdich Warehouse Tasting
A trip into the Bruichladdich warehouse for some excuisite Islay Malt tasting
Bruichladdich Mash Tun
Specially adapted to also take the finer Bere Barley, an ancient viking Barley from the Orkney Islands
The mighty Ardbeg
Just love their branding
Malting Floor
The Laphroaig malting floor
Lagavulin Bay
Lagavulin Bay and Dunyvaig Castle - Spot some seals while on the Islay Whisky tour
Lagavulin Distillery
Lagavulin Distillery from the water
Laphroaig Visitor Centre
See the wonder museum at Laphroaig Visitor Centre
Machir Bay
The shipwreck at Machir Bay, the bay that inspired Kilchoman Machir Bay
Join us on this fantastic luxury Scotland tour package where your tour hosts will ensure you have an unforgettable experience in our magical country. You will stay in 5 star establishments and enjoy delights such as Ayrshire, the Scottish Highlands and the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. 

Scotland Luxury Tour Highlights:

  • Ayrshire Tour
  • Glasgow City Tour
  • Traditional Scottish Ceilidh and 3 course dinner in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh City Tour including Edinburgh Castle, Calton Hill and a ghost tour in the vaults.
  • Loch Lomond, Glencoe and Fort William
  • Loch Ness Tour including Urquhart Castle and Culloden
  • Dunrobing Castle tour including Falconry
  • Whisky Tours
Day 1 - 4 (3 Nights near Glasgow )
On day 1, you will be met by your guides and hosts of your tour and be taken to the hotel, a stunning estate near Glasgow. From here you will experience day trips to Ayrshire and Glasgow. This is the perfect location to recover from any possible jetlag with a spa on site and its very own golf course. 
Day 4 - 6 (2 nights in Edinburgh)
You will then make your way to your Edinburgh City Centre Accommodation. You will experience the stunning Edinburgh City on an excursion to see the city’s best spots. On the Friday night, you will enjoy a traditional Scottish Ceilidh and 3 course dinner.
Day 6 - 9 (3 Nights in the Scottish Highlands)
3 nights in the Scottish Highlands at a stunning Highland Hunting lodge, here you will be attended to by your hosts who will give you lessons in cooking “Scottish”. You can also relax in the jacuzzi and breath in the fresh Highland air. From here you will explore the absolutely stunning Loch Ness, Falls of Shin, Dornoch, Dunrobin...and a whisky distillery or 3. Enroute to the accommodation, you will pass along much of the West Highlands including Glencoe, Fort William and the Great Glen. After you tour, you will catch an evening flight from either Glasgow or Edinburgh airports. 
Optional Extras:
We can offer spa experiences, afternoon tea, golf instruction and individual activities such as kayaking on a Scottish Loch. These are not included in the rate, however we can organise them for you.

What to expect on the day trips in Scotland:

Ayshire visit: Experience one of Scotland’s grandest country estates at Culzean Castle and gardens, known to have entertained President Eisenhower on his visit to Scotland. You will then learn about our national drink at the Rattray Whisky Experience. No trip to Ayrshire would be complete without visiting the Robert Burns Visitor Centre and Alloway where you will discover one of Scotland’s most famous sons. Finally on our return you will enjoy the breathtaking Ayrshire coastline, including sandy beaches, views of Ailsa Craig, Arran, Bute and Cumbrae.
Glasgow City visit: Marvel at Scotland’s largest city and find out why “People Make Glasgow”. Enjoy the magnificent Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum which houses pieces of work from the greats such as Dali, Rembrandt and Monet. You will then visit the Glasgow Cathedral and oldest house where you can enjoy arguably Scotland’s best preserved cathedral. Finally you will enjoy some shopping on Scotland’s busiest shopping street, Buchanan Street. 
Edinburgh Ceilidh: A traditional Scottish Hooly, filled with traditional live music, dancing and of course food and drink. 
Edinburgh City Tour: Enjoy a trip to the UK’s 2nd most popular tourist attraction which is none other than Edinburgh Castle. We then make a trip to our favourite Edinburgh attraction which is the Real Mary Kings Close where you will discover how the people of the “Auld Reekie” used to live. We will then leisurely enjoy the Royal Mile and the onto Calton Hill. There is also the opportunity to visit the Royal Yacht Britannia.
Journey to the Highlands: See the beautiful banks of Loch Lomond, the iconic Glencoe and Scotland’s (and the UK’s) highest peak, Ben Nevis at Fort William. 
Loch Ness Day Tour: Take a cruise on the Loch and see if you can spot Nessie. You will also get the chance to visit Urquhart Castle whilst on your cruise. Afterwards you can take in the sombre beauty at Culloden, where you will learn about the infamous battle which put an end to the Highland culture. Finally, you will get the chance to visit some real life standing stones nearby.
Dunrobin Castle Day Tour: Enjoy the true beauty of the Scottish Highlands on a trip to Dunrobin Castle where you will enjoy a Falconry experience. You will also experience all the Scottish great outdoors have to offer at the Falls of Shin (where you may experience Salmon leaping upstream), Millionaires View and the towns of Dornoch and Tain. Finally you will also visit the Clynelish Distillery. 
Do you like this tour but short on time? Contact us and we can create a bespoke tour that will meet your requirements and want you want to see.
Please note our terms and conditions apply.

This tour is offered for groups of no more than 16 persons per tour and to book, please select the "book now" button.


  • Cost: £690 per person / $926 / 781 EUR (based on 2 persons sharing.)




Please note the price is dependent on availability and is calculated in British Pounds. The other currencies are subject to the current exchange rate. Please contact us to book on +44 (0) 1475 779166 or email


Inclusions: This price includes, bottled water and snacks, transfers, return ferry transport, accommodation as detailed in the itinerary, distillery tours explained in the itinerary, dinner on Islay according to the itinerary. 


Exclusions: The price does not include food and drinks outside the itinerary, entrance fees outside the itinerary and gratuities.

*Please note that a standard booking fee of £5 will be charged on all bookings.*
Dates available:

12th March - 16th March 2018

16th April - 20th April 2018

14th May - 18th May 2018

18th June - 22nd June 2018

9th July - 13th July 2018

20th August - 24th August 2018

17th September - 21st September 2018

22nd October - 26th October 2018



Book early to avoid disappointment, 50% deposit required at time of booking, remainder required 28 days prior to travel.