Our Classic Tour

Private Tour for up to 8 Persons

phot of Doune Castle
photo of Loch Lubnaig
Photo of Glencoe
Photo of Tyndrum from Wynding Road Tours
Photo of Stirlng Castle
Photo of Linlithgow Palace
Photo of Edinburgh Castle
Doune Castle

Doune Castle

Photo © Wikifan75

Loch Lubnaig

Loch Lubnaig



Photo: © Ad Mesken



Photo © Wynding Road Tours

Stirling Castle

Stirlng Castle

Photo ©  Finlay McWalter

Linlithgow Palace

Linlithgow Palace

Photo © Bruce McAdam

Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle

Photo © Macieklew

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Our Classic Tour

  • Price
  • from £950
  • For up to 8 persons

  • We Visit
  • Doune Castle
  • Loch Lubnaig
  • Glencoe
  • Tyndrum
  • Stirling Castle

  • What's Included
  • Mercedes Vito Tourer
  • Tour Guide/Driver
  • Binoculars
  • Bottled Water

Tour Map

We can help you to arrange accommodation for the one over-night stay of the tour.

Email us to plan your personal 2-Day Tour of Scotland.

Tour Schedule

The 2-Day Tour schedule is flexible and can meet your requirements.

Pick-up & return points and departure & return times are arranged to suit you.


We use the Fareharbor international, secure booking & payment service.

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Recommended Itinerary

Crossing the Forth on the Queensferry Crossing, the most recent of the Forth Bridges, we head north to Perth, passing Loch Leven on whose island castle Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned from 1567 -1568.

At Perth, which rivals Stirling as a gateway to The Highlands, we turn west and travel past Loch Earn, through Lochearnhead and on to Tyndrum where we take the road to Glencoe, a place steeped in history and a location used by many film makers.

From Glencoe we return to Tyndrum before heading south towards Callender, passing Loch Lubnaig and McLaren country and then stop at Doune Castle.

Leaving the Highlands in the direction of Edinburgh, we visit Stirling Castle, one of the most strategic fortresses in Scottish History and fought over many times.

As we get closer to Edinburgh, we pass the ruins of Linlithgow Palace, long since abandoned by Royalty but once a pleasure palace in its day.

Our Reviews

A brilliant way to get to know more about a beautiful and fascinating country. Great people - would recommend highly

Jerry S

May 2019

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