Luxury Scotland Chauffeur Drive

  • Chauffeur Drive

    Luxury Scotland Chauffeur Drive

Tour length

8 days

From

$5,699.00

Why Choose A Chauffeur Drive?  Your comfort is assured on a chauffeur drive vacation. You will miss nothing along the way, just sit back and relax as your own personal driver will look after everything. Everything is planned and prepared. From the moment you clear customs until you leave you are in the hands of a friendly, courteous and knowledgeable driver/guide, dedicated to just you.  

Departures any day—year round.
Your Driver Awaits - Relax and enjoy the ride as you are escorted through some of Scotland’s most breathtaking scenery. Some of the country’s finest estates, hotels and manors have been selected for your pleasure. Deluxe accommodation, breathtaking surroundings and 
exceptional service make this a holiday of a lifetime.

Luxury Scotland
Enjoy breathtaking scenery, exquisite food and luxurious accommodations Glasgow, Fort William, Isle of Skye and Inverness, and finishing in Edinburgh.

SCOTTISH HERITAGE PASS INCLUDED (April to October)
The Scottish Heritage Pass offers entry to Scotland’s most outstanding historic attractions. It makes visiting a host of ‘must-see’ heritage attractions all over Scotland – including Edinburgh Castle, Culloden Battlefield, Urquhart Castle, and Stirling Castle – simple and great value for money.‚Äč

Itinerary


Day

1

Glasgow

Arrival in Scotland. Meet your driver and travel to Glasgow to your accommodation for the next two nights. Glasgow is one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe. The city has been reborn as a centre of style and vitality set against a backdrop of outstanding Victorian architecture. Glasgow boasts world famous art collections, the best shopping in the United Kingdom outside London, and the most vibrant and exciting nightlife in Scotland. A must see is the splendour of Scotland's best known architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, whose style adorns many unique attractions throughout Scotland's largest and greatest city.

Overnight - Radisson Blu, Glasgow


Day

2

Glencoe & Fort William

Today you will travel through the area known as the Trossachs in the heart of Scotland, around the scenic Loch Lomond and through the Argyll Forest one of the most beautiful areas in the country.  Continue through Glencoe with its spectacular landscape and in to Fort William which nestles beneath the highest mountain in Great Britain – Ben Nevis. If time permits, journey towards Mallaig, where you will see the Glenfinnan Monument, the statue of a Highland Chieftain, which looks towards the Hills erected on the site where Bonnie Prince Charlie rallied the Highland Clans in preparation for the disastrous rebellion of 1745 fought at Culloden.

Overnight - Inverlochy Castle, Torlundy (nr Fort William)
 


Day

3

Loch Ness

This morning you will continue north again going via Loch Ness. Loch Ness forms part of the Caledonian Canal a feat of some great engineering by Thomas Telford linking East Scotland with West by using a series of lochs linked by a canal system. Make a stop at Urquhart Castle, one of the largest castles in Scotland which fell into decay after 1689 and was blown up in 1692 to prevent it being occupied by Jacobites. Most of the existing remains date from the 16th century and include a tower. This is a very scenic spot and also the place where the most sightings of  the famous “Nessie” have been. 

Overnight - Duisdale Country House Hotel, Isle of Skye


Day

4

Isle of Skye

Enjoy a full day on the Isle of Skye. Head south towards the Cuillin Hills, the island's best-known feature. Though their tops are places only for experienced climbers, there are many viewpoints and island locations where excellent panoramas can be enjoyed. Head back to your accommodation via Glenbrittle and the famous Fairy Pools - beautifully crystal clear blue pools on the River Brittle, these make for some fabulous photos.

Overnight - Duisdale Country House Hotel, Isle of Skye


Day

5

Inverness

After your full breakfast you will depart the Isle of Skye going across the new Skye Bridge to the mainland. You will enjoy a photo stop at the famous Eilean Donan Castle, the magnificent setting of the film “Highlander” and the country’s most photographed castle. Continue north into Inverness where you will visit Culloden Moor, the site of the battle on 16 April 1746, when the forces of Bonnie Prince Charlie were defeated by English government army, so ending the Forty-Five Jacobite uprising. Check in to your hotel and enjoy some free time in the city.

Overnight - Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness


Day

6

Speyside

Today you will journey through Speyside a great area to sample some of Scotland’s Natural Larder. You can learn everything you need to know about Scotland’s National Drink while enjoying a tour of one of the Speyside distilleries. Continue south crossing the Forth Road Bridge with its dramatic views of the Victorian feet of engineering and newly awarded UNESCO Heritage site the Forth Railway Bridge. Arrive into the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh. As one of Europe’s must see destinations Edinburgh offers much for the visitor, great museums and art galleries, fantastic shopping, great restaurants and bars and one of the most unforgettable skylines overlooking Princes Street Gardens.

Overnight - The Principal Hotel, Edinburgh


Day

7

Edinburgh

Enjoy a full day in the Scottish capital. You will visit Edinburgh Castle which dominates the city from its 400 foot rock where you will see the Scottish crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, now back in Scotland where it belongs. You can also visit the private apartments of Mary Stuart and St Margaret's Chapel, the oldest building in the city which dates back to the 11th century. Continuing down the Royal Mile, you will visit St Giles’ Cathedral. Founded in the 1100s, it is a triumph of 14th and 15th century architecture with a crown spire that has dominated the Edinburgh skyline for 500 years. It became the church of John Knox during the Reformation and contains memorials to many great Scots, including Robert Louis Stevenson and Robert Burns. Journey down to Princes Street gardens, resting in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle on the south side of Princes Street, this beautiful public park separates the New Town from the Old Town. If you have time (and energy!), climb the 287 steps to the top of Scott Monument where you can enjoy spectacular views of the city.

Overnight - The Principal Hotel, Edinburgh


Availability

Room Type Twin2x Twin3x Twin
Jan 1-Apr 30$5699.00$3999.00$3299.00
May 1-Jun 30$5999.00$4299.00$3599.00
Jul 1-Aug 31$6199.00$4399.00$3699.00
Sep 1-Sep 30$5999.00$4299.00$3599.00
Oct 1-Dec 31$5699.00$3999.00$3299.00

EXCLUDES: Lunch/ Dinner/ Admission to attractions and gratuity to driver.
Prices are per person in Canadian Dollars.  Subject to availability.
Child rate is available upon request, and are based 1 child (2-11 years)sharing with 2 adults.
Triple rates available upon request, and are based on 2 rooms (1 Twin & 1 Single).
Holiday Supplements applicable.

Tour Highlights

  • Glasgow Cathedral & Provan's Lordship
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery
  • Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park
  • Ben Nevis
  • Glenfinnan Monument
  • Urquhart Castle
  • Loch Ness
  • Cuillin Hills
  • Fairy Pools
  • Eilean Donan Castle
  • Culloden Moor
  • Speyside Whisky
  • Forth Railway Bridge
  • Edinburgh Castle

Tour Inclusions

  • 7 nights first class 4* & 5* accommodation
  • Full Scottish breakfast daily
  • Private arrival & departure transfers from Edinburgh or Glasgow
  • 5 full days private chauffeur with luxury vehicle
  • 7 Day Scottish Heritage Pass - offers admissions to over 120 attractions (valid April to October)

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