Background information and stories are provided wherever we go.
* If visitors want to visit these attractions, then it can be both useful and economic to take out temporary membership of both Historic Scotland and The National Trust of Scotland. (See Links section on home page).
Accommodation can easily be organised in line with the number of stars required, from comfortable bed and breakfasts up to 5 star Castles or Hotels. Indeed we have some very close relationships with some of Scotland’s finest.
There are various routes whereby this can be done, via the A9, that is Perth, Pitlochry, Killiecrankie (battlefield), Blair Atholl (Blair Castle), Dalwhinnie (distillery), Newtonmore (Highland Folk Museum), Aviemore (Railway up Cairngorm mountain), Inverness (Culloden battlefield nearby), Loch Ness with boat cruises, The Loch Ness Experience at Drumnadrochit, Urquhart Castle, Commando Memorial at Spean Bridge and woollen mill, Fort William, Loch Linnhe, Ballachulish, Glen Coe (NTS Visitor Centre), Rannoch Moor and Crianlarich then back as per 11, or from Spean Bridge, we can take the lovely route also via Loch Laggan and “Monarch of the Glen” country.
Other tour options (details to follow) include Wester Ross, Lochaber and Skye, North Coast 500 and the Outer Hebrides.