Scotland Sightseeing Tours
About East Lothian
Scotland Tours are unique with the moto 'More stops less travel' you will see more of Scotland than just looking out a window. The longest tours are to Glenfinnan approximately 3 hrs 45 mins and Inverness 3 hrs in travel time giving only around 3 hours stop time. Where other destinations are only 1 hr travel giving approximately 7 hours stop time.
Scottish Borders Tour
Scottish Borders Tour will take you to Scottish Borders Towns of Melrose, Kelso, Jedburgh, Dryburgh, all have Abbey ruins, Innerleithen, Selkirk and Hawick, all of which have famous attractions and shops selling Scottish woolen goods , clothing, cashmere and tartan. We will also stop at Abbotsford House Sir Walter Scott home an amazing stately home (entry fee is not included).
Kingdom of Fife Tour
Famous People's Houses
Famous People's Houses, where did the famous Scots live from their birthplaces to their family homes where they worked and invented so many things that we could not live without today. Sir Walter Scott, Arthur Conan Doyle. Elsie Inglis, Robert Louis Stevenson, Jk Rowling, Ian Rankin, William Kinnimond Burton, Henry MacKenzie,
John Napier, Sean Connery (007), Henry Brougham, Henry Cockburn, Alexander Graham Bell, Kenneth Graham,
James Clerk Maxwell, John Napier, David Hume, Benjamin Franklin, James Young Simpson, James Nasmyth, Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, James Boswell, Adam Smith, Tony Blair, Andrew Usher and Dr Thomas Blacklock
both lived at separate times in the same house, one the founder of Usher& Co Distillers, plus many more
Loch Ness and Inverness Tour
The Great Glen Tour
Scone and Pitlochry Tour
Scone and Pitlochry Tour gives a great day out. We will visit Dunkeld its Cathedral completed in 1501 andthe village which is known as the gateway to the highlands. Scone Palace and Gardens where Kings were crowned (entry fee not included) and Pitlochry where there are many tourist attractions, the smallest distillery in the world and the salmon ladder.
Dumfries and Gretna Tour
Dumfries the home town of Robert Burns where he lived and worked as a tax collector. See his mausoleum and statues of the man himself and his wife Jean Armour. Go to his house and Garden where he wrote many of his poems and songs. We will call in at his previous home Ellisland Farm. Then of to Gretna Green the marriage centre of UK.