Begin your adventure in the cultural capital of Scotland, roaming through the historic cobble-stoned streets, visiting the iconic Edinburgh castle and wandering through the eclectic shops of the Royal Mile. After exploring this enchanting city, your journey north into the Celtic mist begins. Drive on increasingly empty roads with the freedom of four-wheels allowing you to explore at your own pace and discovering hidden gems just off the roadside, far removed from the crowds.
Seize the opportunity to play on a world class golf course in the glorious playground of Gleneagles staying in a luxurious setting on a family estate. Take on the lush fairways and manicured greens. Refresh your swing and up your putting game with a private lesson from a professional or enjoy a round before taking to the bar for a well-earned single Scottish malt. Dine in the two-Michelin starred Andrew Fairlie giving way to the gastronomic pleasure of the elegant French-inspired cooking.
Transfer cross country to the Hebrides, pass through the picturesque town of Tobermory and experience the charms of small island life. Stay in a family run castle and estate and be part of the intimate community passionate about conserving this small corner of remote heaven for future generations. Be transported by the eagles soaring over the Calgary bay and luxuriate in the views overlooking the serene Sound of Mull all while enjoying the homemade Caledonian delicacies created by the village. Kayak and explore Fingal’s Cave, to observe the rock columns formed millions of years ago by volcanic eruption.
Leave the serene oasis of the Isle of Mull, heading towards an iconic Scottish landmark of Fort William. Home to the UK’s highest peak at 1,345 metres, with a Pelorus guide tackle the steep and challenging ascent taking trails off the beaten track and rewarding you with a delectable lunch spot with panoramic views across the surrounding Munroe’s, intersected with gin clear lochs and rivers. Learn about the Battle of Inverlochy and the role of this iconic town.