7 Day Tour
Here is a little 7 day mixed touring and activity holiday we have put together for you to demonstrate just how much you can see and do, and why your time with us will be too short!
Arrive at the hotel, chill out, unwind, relax over a leisurely dinner and a few malts. Get a good nights sleep ready for the next day.
Get into the ‘spirit’ of the area with a ‘Whisky and Castles’ tour. Start at nearby Blair Castle, then north via Killiecrankie to Dalwhinnie Distillery. Then take the superb hill road over to Trinafour and on to Aberfeldy to visit Menzies Castle and Dewars World of Whisky. Then onwards to Pitlochry and Edradour, before stopping at McPherson’s superb whisky shop in Pitlochry on the way back.
A day ‘on foot’. Perhaps a round of Golf in the morning at Pitlochry (or a ‘warm up 9 holes at Blair Atholl morning followed by 18 at Pitlochry in the afternoon). Alternatively help us choose a sensational ‘Pitlochry Walk’ for you. For the more adventurous – climb famous Schiehallion.
A leisurely day tour will take you to Cairngorm National Park and Aviemore, followed by Inverness and Loch Ness, then south to Fort William, then across the Laggan and Monarch of the Glen Country road back to the hotel.
Country sports for the men, shopping for the ladies. Ladies viosit the House of Bruar. In the morning, followed by lunch in the superb food ahll there, then an afternoon trip to the lovely highland shops fo Pitlochry. Gentlemen – a day’s river fishing or shooting we’ll organise.
We recommend two great car tours – either north via Braemar to Ballater, Royal Deeside and of course Royal Lochnagar Distillery (you can come back via Tomintoul, Grantown and Aviemore) – or a day in Crieff and Strathearn via Loch Tummel and Rannoch, Aberfeldy and the Sma Glen. Visit the famous Grouse Experience and return via Lochearnhead, Killin and Loch Tay.
On your last day its your choice. Another round of golf perhaps, this time at Glorious Taymouth castle. Adventure at Highland Adventure Safaris. Something form the above you didn’t do? Or the sensational Folk Museum at Kingussie, taking in also the Waltzing Waters at Newtonmore and The Highland Wildlife Museu,m? Then a compllmentary local dram of Edradour, before a taste of Scotland farewell dinner.
A hearty Scottish breakfast and a fond farewell. Haste ye back!