Scotland Chauffeur Driven Tours Personalized for You
With your Scotland Chauffeur Driven Tour we offer luxury transport from Vianos, S Class Mercedes and Sprinters all the way up to great coaches for larger groups. Our chauffeurs are so much more than just drivers – they are all certified Scotland guides with many years of experience of guiding in Scotland.
They will be the making of your Scotland Chauffeur Driven Tour as they will have so much to contribute in the way of their specialist knowledge of Scotland and expertise on all things Scottish.
Day 1: Blythswood Square, Glasgow, Scotland
Arrive at Glasgow Airport early in the morning after your transatlantic flight to Scotland. Your driver/guide will meet you at arrivals. They will steer you through the streets so you will be able to steer your attention on those initial impressions of Scotland as he takes you on a brief tour of the city. Once you have checked in to your central luxury hotel, you can then explore the vibrant city of Glasgow. Visit St Andrews Cathedral and the Tall Ship on the River Clyde before taking some time to rest up after your long flight.
Day 2: Glencoe House, Glencoe, Scotland
Less than an hour’s drive from Glasgow is the splendor of the “bonnie banks” of Loch Lomond. Beneath the looming glower of Ben Lomond, this Loch commands your attention and is the biggest uninterrupted area of fresh water in Britain. The drive through the Trossachs National Park and beside the banks of Loch Lomond offers some of Scotland most peacefully breathtaking scenery. A visit to Balloch Castle and the nearby Aquarium is highly recommended. Drive on through the stunning scenery of Glencoe to your next luxurious accommodations.
Day 3: Culloden House, Inverness, Scotland
Depart Glencoe and spend the morning discovering the wonder of Loch Ness with a visit to the exhibition centre in Drumnadrochit. Tour the magnificent Urquhart Castle with over a thousand years of history, or walk the banks of the loch and attempt to get that lucrative shot of the monster. Continue North to Inverness and take some time to explore the Capital of the Highlands before making your way to your accommodations at Culloden House.
Day 4: Culloden House, Inverness, Scotland
Explore one of Scotland’s most famous sights close to Inverness. Stand on the Culloden battlefield, these eerie moors where Bonnie Prince Charlie made his last stand and closeby you can visit the impressive military fortifications of Fort George. Continue on from here to visit the Macallan Distillery in its stunning new building and take a tour, where no doubt afterwards you will rush to stock up with their famous produce. Return to your accommodations and spend the evening relaxing in the historic surroundings.
Day 5: Knockendarroch Hotel, Pitlochry, Scotland
Travel as far as Pitlochry passing through the Cairngorms National Park. Today will bring you past a host of Distilleries – some recommended stops include the Dalwhinnie and Blair Atholl Distilleries or visit Scotlands smallest distillery, Edradour. You may also like to stop visit Blair Castle & Gardens before arriving in Pitlochry and checking into your hotel.
Day 6: Gleneagles Hotel, Auchterarder, Scotland
This morning make your way to Gleneagles and spend a day taking full advantage of all that Scotland’s most famous resort has to offer. Golfers can take a lesson or work on their long, medium and short game in the extensive facilities or simply follow in the footsteps of their Ryder Cup heroes out on the course. Other activities on offer include horse riding, clay shooting, archery or how about a spot of tennis on the home courts of the Murray brothers? Children will love the creche and games room facilities while a swim in the outdoor heated hydro pool is a must. For dining you are spoiled for choice however I highly recommend splurging on the tasting menu with wine flight at Andrew Fairlie, Scotland’s only 2 star Michelin restaurant.
Day 7: The Caledonian, Edinburgh, Scotland
This morning travel South to Stirling to visit the William Wallace Monument and Stirling Castle. After lunch take a stroll through the Old Town and visit the Dunblane Museum in the Cathedral Square. Outlander fans may also like to visit Doune Castle aka Castle Leoch. Continue on to Edinburgh and settle into your centrally located luxury hotel. As Edinburgh is easy to explore on foot you may like to say goodbye to your driver/guide at this stage or feel free to retain his services if you prefer.
Day 8: The Caledonian, Edinburgh, Scotland
Spend today exploring Edinburgh, an accessible city to get around with everything within walking distance of the city center. Visit atmospheric Mary King’s Close, St.Giles Cathedral, the Museum of Scotland, iconic Edinburgh Castle (see it first from a distance at Princes Street to get the best effect), Holyrood Palace and many other options. Or perhaps just take a stroll along Princes Street, soaking up the sights and sounds.
Day 9: Depart Scotland for Home
If you have retained your driver/guide he will bring you to the airport in good time for your flight. Otherwise we will arrange a private transfer to take you to Edinburgh airport for your flight home.
Our Chauffeur Driven tours include all of your accommodations, daily breakfast and luxury car/coach hire with private driver/guide. All Sheenco tours are personalized to suit your particular needs, so you can add extra items at any stage to your individual itinerary. Our concierge services are available to you and we also offer 24 hour support when you travel.