Scottish Tours

Scotland Tours from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness and London

Official Sightseeing Tours of Scotland since 1907


  • Culloden Moor
  • Fort Augustus
  • Forth Rail Bridge
Glimpse of Scotland
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2 day tour from £120

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Twin/Double/Family room - from 120 per person
Children - from 0 per child
Single Room - from 0 per person

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Accommodation information

Notes

Accommodation 
The price of this tour includes guest house accommodation with en-suite bathroom. You can up-grade to hotel accommodation at extra cost during the booking process.

Admission Prices 
In order to give you maximum flexibility admission fees are not included in the cost of this tour. 

Flexi-tour

This tour departs from Edinburgh and Glasgow. You can choose to return to either city at no extra charge! Please make your selection during the booking process. 

FAQ's
Please see the FAQ section for more information on this tour.

Product code HEX 00172

Tour Summary


Traveller Reviews
Tour Rating
4.2 (37 reviews)

"The tour was the high point of our trip to Scotland. The driver/guide knew a lot about Scottish history/lore and told us about it in a very interesting way. We were able to stop at a few additional places. That was a real plus. We have raved about the tour to all our friends."

Richard Bredehoft - May 2014


"This was the best tour we have done. John Paul was entertaining, personable, and a great tour guide. We loved learning the history of this wonderful country from him. We can't recommend this tour enough."

Toni Johnson April 2015


"We had a wonderful time. Our guide Rob did an amazing job. Rated the tour as excellent just for Rob."

Radhika Nagalekshm - April 2015


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Glimpse of Scotland
2 day/1 night tour

Price range: £120 - £220

This tour is packed with highlights including majestic Loch Lomond, remote Rannoch Moor and awesome Glen Coe. Spend a night by Loch Ness then enjoy a cruise on the loch to view impressive Urquhart Castle. Visit emotive Culloden Moor to discover the impact that a short but bloody battle had on Highland life, forever. Tour through the Grampian Mountains and explore Pitlochry, a delightful Victorian tourist resort.

Glen Coe - discover the sad tale of the infamous massacre that took place in Scotland’s most famous valley        

Loch Ness - enjoy a monster-spotting cruise on this loch. Will “Nessie” make an appearance?

Inverness - tour through the Capital of the Highlands to see its impressive castle overlooking the River Ness

Culloden Moor - hear the story of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite up-rising of 1745

Whisky - visit a malt whisky distillery to learn how Scotch Whisky is lovingly made. Enjoy a wee taste of the end product too!

Movie locations - Outlander, Loch Ness and Rob Roy

Guest house accommodation included - hotel upgrade option available

Frequently Asked Questions

How much luggage can I bring?
Luggage space on the tour is restricted so the amount of luggage that you can bring is limited to 1 bag per person that weights no more than 15kg and has maximum dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20cm. Luggage larger than this will only be carried if space is available.
What meals are included?
A full Scottish breakfast is included from day 2 onwards. This hearty meal consists of fruit juice; a choice of cereal; bakery basket; cooked items such as eggs, bacon, sausage, mushrooms, tomato and, maybe, a taste of haggis! plus tea or coffee. Vegetarian and lighter Continental options are always available. Lunch and dinner are not included in the price. During the touring day there will be a stop where you can enjoy lunch in a local pub or restaurant. Your driver/guide will be happy to suggest a conveniently located restaurant where you can enjoy good food for dinner.
What kind of accommodation do you use?
We offer lodgings that have been specially selected to enhance your touring experience. You can choose between Guesthouse/B&B or Hotel accommodation:
Guesthouse and B&B
The guesthouses and B&B’s are family run and offer comfortable accommodation in bedrooms that have en-suite bathrooms, tv, tea/coffee making facilities and other facilities. Bedding, towels and basic toiletries are provided. Some guesthouses and B&B’s offer enhanced facilities such as a resident’s lounge where you can relax with other guests.
Hotel
We select comfortable and characterful inns and hotels. Generally they are a minimum of 3 stars with bedrooms featuring en-suite bathrooms, television, tea and coffee making facilities and other amenities. All our hotels have comfortable lounges where you can enjoy morning coffee. Most have restaurants offering a selection of Scottish and international dishes. Many have lively bars where you can relax and re-live the days experiences with your fellow passengers.
Accommodation is spread throughout the communities that we stay in. Hotels are normally centrally located and the guesthouses/B&B’s seldom more than a 10/15 minute walk from the town or village centre. The coach will drop you off at or close to your accommodation each night and will pick you up in the morning, after breakfast.
What type of room should I choose?
Selecting the right sleeping arrangements can be a little bit confusing so here is a description of what you can expect whether you choose guesthouse/B&B or hotel accommodation:
Single room - this is a room for one person sleeping in a single bed.
Twin room - this is a room for two people sleeping in two separate beds
Double room - this is a room for two people sharing one large bed 
Family room - this is a room for three people sleeping in one large bed (2 people) and one single bed (1 person).
You should note that a family room (particularly when using hotel accommodation) can be a standard double room with either a sofa bed or a rollaway bed.
All our accommodation, whether you choose Guest House/B&B or Hotel, features en-suite facilities (the toilet and shower are located in your bedroom for your exclusive use. 
How many people will be in the group?
The group size is normally between 16 and 29 passengers. At times of peak demand (such as on public holidays) larger coaches may be used. 
 
Can I join the tour in Edinburgh and leave in Glasgow?
 

Yes, you can and there is no extra charge to do this. It makes a great way of travelling between our two great cities. The tour is scheduled to return to Glasgow at 19:00 hrs. If you wish to arrange this just email us at enquiries@scottishtours.co.uk  no later than 24 hours after making your reservation. Please quote your booking reference number and request a Glasgow drop-off. We’ll be happy to make the arrangements for you.

What features will the coach have?

You will usually travel in a modern eco-friendly mini or midi touring coach which is equipped with air-conditioning, comfortable reclining seats, large picture windows and seat belts.  

 

What's Included

Accommodation

·         1 nights guest house or hotel accommodation - all rooms with private bathrooms
·         Location: Fort Augustus/Drumnadrochit (1)

Meals

·         Scottish/Continental breakfast (1)

Tour Essentials

·         Transportation by luxury air-conditioned mini/midicoach
·         Live commentary in English
·         Services of an experienced driver/guide
·         Service charges and taxes


Not Included

• Admission charges 
• Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
• Gratuity to your driver/guide

Departure information

Check In: 09:30 hrs
Departure 09:45 hrs
from Parish Hall Coach Tour Stop
266 George Street
Glasgow, G1 1QX
Returns at 20:00 hrs. (Day 2)



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