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Sample Short Tours (2 days/1 night), go that little bit further

All I need to know is when you would like a tailor-made tour, a little about you,and what you would like to see or do. Together we will design a tour to help you get the most out of your visit. Here are some ideas. When you are ready, check availability

Highland Tour (2 days/1 night) Lochs, Mountains and Glens

Edinburgh* - Stirling - Glencoe - Fort William - Fort Augustus- Loch Ness - Dunkeld - Forth Bridges - Edinburgh*
*tour can start/end in Glasgow or Edinburgh

Can be extended from Loch Ness to Inverness  see  Highland Tour builder (3+nights)
Fort Augustus - location of tv drama,
Stirling Castle
Glencoe and Glen Etive (Skyfall, Harry Potter)
Glenfinnan Viaduct

Overnight stay in Fort William

Loch Ness/ Fort Augustus (The Loch)
Ardverikie Estate (Monarch of the Glen)
Dalwhinnie Distillery
Dunkeld Cathedral
The Forth Bridges

Sample  2days/1night tours from Edinburgh to Glasgow

Staying in Edinburgh but would like a night in Glasgow and sights along the way, this tour is designed for you.
Blackness Castle

Blackness Castle

This imposing castle, on the banks of the River Forth, has seen life as a state prison as well as the film location for Mel Gibson's 'Hamlet' staring Glenn Close.
Linlithgow Palace


Linlithgow Palace is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots. A royal palace much altered during the 16th century is one of the finest renaissance buildings in Scotland. Since 1746, the palace has remained unroofed and uninhabited

Falkirk Wheel

Falkirk Wheel

The world's only rotating barge lift . Based on Archimedes' Eureka principle of water displacement, it was developed to overcome the need to reconnect two canals without the space to install the usual lock system..

City of Glasgow

Scotland's largest city. This post industrial city is a Victorian architectural gem. We stay overnight and enjoy Glasgow's nightlife before making our way to Stirling and back to Edinburgh.

Sample  2days/1night tours from Glasgow

With Glasgow as your base, you are ideally placed to explore Argyll and Bute. Or, come and see what Edinburgh has to offer.
Edinburgh Castle


Enjoy a trip to the capital.

Picked up from your hotel, travel to Stirling Castle via the Trossachs (visit the Glengoyne Distillery en-route).

Enjoy the evening in Edinburgh, the next morning, explore the city before returning to Glasgow via the Falkirk Wheel. Alternatively, spend full day in Edinburgh and return to Glasgow by evening train.

Glasgow- Oban- Kilmartin Glen- Inveraray-Glasgow

Picked up from your hotel, travel  up the length of Loch Lomond and over Rannoch Moor to Glencoe and stay overnight in Oban,

The following day return via Kilmartin Glen in Argyll, Inveraray, and over the Rest and Thankful Pass on the way back to Glasgow

Edinburgh - Hadrian's Wall and Newcastle upon Tyne  2days/1night

Venture over the English Border and visit Hadrian's Wall

Scotland/England Border

English Scottish border
Hadrian's Wall: The Roman Empire's Northern Frontier
Hadrian's Wall
Hadrian's Wall, the best preserved frontier of the Roman Empire.
Travel down through the Scottish Borders via Rosslyn Chapel and cross the border into England.
Visit the spectacular Vindolanda Roman Fort on Hadrian's Wall then enjoy a night in the North East of England in Newcastle-upon-Tyne with its vibrant nightlife.
We return via Alnwick Castle (used in Harry Potter and Downton Abbey) with its spectacular gardens, and the East Coast fishing villages of Eyemouth and Dunbar to Edinburgh.


Roman fort and settlement by Hadrian's Wall is one of a series of visitor attractions along the wall.

The site is still being excavated and due to the soil, Roman artifacts have been preserved; providing a fascinating glimpse into Roman life.


Elegant Newcastle is the main city in the North east of England, a shopping mecca with a vibrant nighlife .

Although built by the same company, the Sydney Harbour Bridge (1932) was not modelled on the Tyne Bridge 1928) but Hell Gate Bridge, New York (1916).

Alnwick Castle

Alnwick Castle along with its stunning contemporary water gardens is one of the jewels of Northumberland. It is where the broomstick training in Harry Potter was filmed.
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