Whisky tour in Scotland
Walking tour in Edinburgh
Tour Price : Price tour negotiable Duration : 3,5 hour Languages: English
Allow Serenity Scotland to tailor-make a tour, or a package, to the verdant countryside of Scotland, and craft the perfect balance of distilleries and other distinctive experiences for your trip. This can be a brilliant way to augment your vacation time/ stay in Scotland. Start from where you choose and have your own dedicated guide (and driver) to make the most of your personal Scottish whisky trip.
Here is a highly enjoyable and successful custom made private tour designed for four people travelling to Speyside Scotland in September 2011:
Day One - pick up at 23 Mayfield in Edinburgh at 10:00 am and travel to Highland Perthshire, stop and view Loch Leven (famous for its' castle from which Mary Queen of Scots escaped, and for its unique strain of brown trout), via the world's tallest hedge to Glenshee (Glen of the Fairies) stop for lunch at the charming highland village of Braemar and travel over the high road of Lecht through Glenlivet to Speyside; stay at the delightful country house hotel that is: Dowans.
Day Two - visit Glenfiddich Distillery including the history and tour of the Distillery, overview of the whisky making process, tour of the traditional warehouses, snack lunch in Dufftown, tour The Balvenie Distillery at 2pm - three hours in-depth tour starting with a coffee and chat and including a visit to the working malt barns, floors and kilns, the cooperage. followed, most naturally, with nosing and tasting of 4 different varieties of Balvenie, from first-fill and refill casks. Overnight at again at the Dowans Hotel with the opportunity to dine at the: Mash Tun (locally sourced food and great whisky bar selection) in Aberlour.
Day Three - head from Speyside by Cromdale to the Drumochter Pass; a stop at the House of Bruar (a highland emporium), via the Queen's View of Loch Rannoch and the shoulder of the fairy hill of Schielhallion to Fortingall for possibly Europe's Oldest Tree; via resplendent Loch Tay, the Falls of Dochart and Loch Lomond (reknowned in Jacobite song) to stay at the conveniently situated, friendly and stylish boutique hotel bed and breakfast, 15 Glasgow.
Day Four: A Free Day to explore Glasgow including the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, catch A Play, A Pie and a Pint at Oran Mor, or if you are not 'distilleried-out', make your way to Auchentoshan Distillery in the former shipbuilding town of Clydebank; stay another night at the wonderful 15 Glasgow.
Price for this private tour, custom made in September 2011 for four people was £553 GBP per person including tour, four nights' Bed and Breakfast accommodation, and distillery entrance fees.
|Tour Price: Price tour negotiable|
|Duration: 3,5 hour|
|Tour package includes:|
|Airport Transfer :||NO|
|Tour Transportation (car, van, limo, boat, etc…):||NO|
|Food and Drinks :||NO|
|Other services (fees apply):|
|Attraction tickets (concerts, theater, museum, circus...) :||NO|
|Translation services :||NO|
|Reservations (hotels, restaurants, airline) :||NO|
|Visa support :||NO|
|This tour must be booked at least 7 days in advance of your travel date :||NO|
|Tour groups must include a minimum of 2 passengers :||NO|
|Tour prices are flexible and based on your requirements :||NO|