See the best of Scotland in a three day private tour. No need to pack a suitcase each day! In 2017 we offer a new multi-day tour based in the bustling town of Callander in the heart of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Sublime Scotland guests will receive special discount at the excellent Abbotsford Lodge Guesthouse.
Day one will take you from Callander, through the national park, to stunning Loch Lubnaig. We visit Crainlarich and the quirky Artisan Café for morning refreshments. We then explore the beautiful west coast villages and towns of Connell Bridge and the ferry port of Oban. Perhaps take a ferry over to the island of Lismore or Kerrera. Returning to Abbotsford Lodge you have time to explore Callander and its many pubs and restaurants in the evening.
On day two be picked up from Abbotsford Lodge to head eastwards to the ancient medieval and university town of St Andrews. Visit the astounding ruins of the 12th century St Andrews Cathedral. This was once the largest church in Scotland and a place of pilgrimage. Enjoy the many historic sites in the medieval lanes and streets. Golf fans may book a walking tour of the famous Old Course at St Andrews. To finish the tour visit the harbour villages of the East Neuk of Fife or the beautiful Falkland Palace. Return to Callander for the evening or stay for dinner in the Old Town of Stirling.
On the final day take a drive north into Highland Perthshire and enjoy exploring historic Dunkeld on the banks of the River Tay. Next we visit the fairytale Blair Atholl Castle. Unique amongst Scottish castles hear the story of its 700 year history, and enjoy the sound of the bagpiper as he plays. On this day we will may also visit Scotland’s smallest distillery near Pitlochry at Erdradour. Here you take a fascinating tour and enjoy a wee dram of whisky before heading back for your last night at Abbotsford Lodge.
This is one example of the three day tour based in Callander. Please get in touch for other options.
Susan’s knowledge of the area is excellent. It was a wonderful day and will be remembered for a lifetime. Jim and Mary Deviny, Washington, US