What will I
experience on this Small Group Tour?
Many of our customers choose a small group tour for a
more intimate and flexible travelling experience as each group comprises of no
more than 16 passengers. These tours are carefully planned to travel off the
highways so youíll discover quaint villages and picturesque vistas that other
tours just drive on by. All the small group tours that we feature are operated by
purpose built luxury minicoaches that feature air-conditioning panoramic
windows and comfortable seating. These nimble tourers can get off the beaten track
to visit sights that a larger touring coach just simply couldnít get to.
group is led by an experienced driver/guide who will entertain and inform you
with stories of our
history, nature and folklore.Admission fees to the key attractions are included in the
price of your tour. You will
also enjoy local experiences such as cooking
demonstrations or a freshly caught seafood lunch. Itís the little
set these superb tours apart.
Comfortable accommodation has been arranged in carefully
selected small hotels, manor houses and inns. Carefully chosen for their
quality and ambiance they provide an authentic experience yet boast modern
amenities. You will find they add real character to your touring experience. A full cooked breakfast will get each touring day off to
a delicious start. Lighter continental and vegetarian options are available
A stop will be made for lunch where there is a choice of eateries
available. Many dinners are included too so
you can join your new found friends
for a delicious meal carefully prepared using local ingredients - itís a great
way to end your day of discovery!!
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 from the hotel
accommodation offered as part of your tour:
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
Double room - this is a room for two people sharing one
Family room - this is a room for three people sleeping in
one large bed (2 people) and one single bed (1 person).
Please note that a family room is normally a standard
double or twin room with either a sofa bed or a rollaway bed. All room types
other than twins are subject to availability.
How much luggage
can I bring?
You can bring one suitcase and one carry-on bag per
person. The maximum weight allowance and luggage dimensions varies by tour
basis so you should carefully check the tour documentation for the luggage
policy that applies to your tour.
What meals are
One of the great things about travelling on a Small Group
Tour is the generous number of meals included as standard. Start the day with a
freshly cooked breakfast or, if you prefer, thereís always a lighter
continental option available too. Youíll find a number of evening dinners
included which will give you the opportunity of sampling some local delicacies.
Check the Whatís Included list for the exact number of meals that are featured
on this tour.
Will there be a
Each tour is led by an experienced driver/guide who will
provide an informative and entertaining commentary in English. Youíll hear
tales of the Clans, bloody battles and the famous characters that have shaped
the history of Scotland. You will learn too of the landscape that surrounds you
and of the nature that makes Scotland so special. Be ready to have a laugh as
well - youíre bound to be told some really corny jokes!
Can I reserve
specific seats on the coach?
Seats cannot be pre-booked however your driver/guide will implement a seat
rotation system which will allow all passengers the opportunity of experiencing
spectacular views from different seats on the motorcoach.
travel on a Small Group Tour?
These tours are designed specifically for adults.
Children aged 12 years and above can travel on request. Special child rates are
not available on this tour. Please email us for details: firstname.lastname@example.org How many people
will be on the tour?The maximum number of travellers on a Small Group Tour is