Places to visit

Scotland is a compact country, and you might be surprised how many sights you can squeeze into a day’s exploring. Follow your nose on a whisky tour, exhaust an entire shire or take to the lochs – the choice is yours.

Perthshire whisky tours

Fancy a dram? We can arrange a full-day, bespoke tour of three local distilleries of your choice.  

You’ll explore beautiful Perthshire by road, stopping off to learn about the distilling process, the history of whisky-making and, of course, sample this world-famous spirit.  

Speak to our team to find out more and book your bespoke tour directly. 

Heart of Scotland tour

Spectacular views and whisky!

This full-day journey starts in the Fair City of Perth, with visits to Scone Palace, Dunkeld, and the Victorian town of Pitlochry.

Then, it’s off to see the exquisite panorama of Queen’s View, which takes in views of Loch Tummel, Schiehallion and Glencoe, followed by the villages of Tummel Bridge and Aberfeldy, and a drive through the sublime Sma’ Glen.

The final stop? Tullibardine Distillery, where you’ll enjoy a tour and a well-earned dram.

To learn more and to book your tour, get in touch with us.

Loch Lomond and the Trossachs

Set off from Stirling and journey into the heart of the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park. You’ll stop at Loch Katrine for a cruise on the SS Sir Walter Scott steamship, before taking the winding Duke’s Pass into Aberfoyle for some lunch.

Next, you’ll head for Luss and continue to An Ceann Mòr, or the Pyramid Viewpoint. The Falls of Falloch follows, a 30-foot waterfall also known as ‘Rob Roy’s bath’.

Make your way through Crianlarich and Glen Dochart to see the Falls of Dochart, one of the most photographed waterfalls in Scotland. The tour wraps up at Doune.

To learn more about this full day tour and book, get in touch with us.

Stirling Castle and Bannockburn

and local history

Travel through time with a flexible itinerary covering Stirling Castle and the Wallace Monument, before immersing yourself in the bloody battle of Bannockburn. 

From here, it’s just 10 minutes to the Wallace Monument, which towers over the famous site of the Battle of Stirling Bridge like a giant chess piece.

Finally, at Bannockburn, you can dive into the grisly world of medieval warfare with a digitally recreated battle and uncover the ancient war strategies of Robert the Bruce.

Loch Lomond National Park

Loch Lomond is the largest loch in Scotland and the most famous after Loch Ness.

At the southern end, you’ll find Loch Lomond Shores, which includes a visitor centre, an aquarium, shops and restaurants. Driving north, the scenery soon becomes more mountainous, eventually leading to the West Highland Way, ideal for walkers seeking a challenge.

To the north-east lie the Trossachs and Loch Katrine, where visitors can sail on the historic steamship SS Sir Walter Scott, while cruises on Loch Lomond can be taken from Tarbet, Argyll and Bute, and Balloch. There’s also an extensive water taxi service between most loch-side communities.

Bright city lights

Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Dundee and Perth are all within an hour’s drive and offer a fabulous selection of shops, art galleries, museums, parks and culinary experiences.

Edinburgh (48 miles away) offers an exciting fusion of shopping, dining and architectural splendour, with its elegant Georgian streets set against the dramatic silhouette of Edinburgh Castle. Attractions include the National Gallery of Scotland and the Old Town.

Glasgow (42 miles away) is Scotland’s largest city – and it has something for everyone. There’s a wide variety of museums, shops, festivals and concerts to be enjoyed throughout the year. Attractions include Glasgow School of Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Royal Concert Hall.