Scenic Weekend: 3 Day Private Scottish Tour Itinerary
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Before we look at the following itinerary, remember that all our custom tours and itineraries can be completely customized to suit you and your group!
The itineraries we offer on our site are a template, where we hope you can find out more about what you'd like to do and see in Scotland and Ireland, before getting in touch with our expert travel planners to design you a fully customized and truly unforgettable, private tour!
Starting in our beautiful Capital, we drive across the country and through Glasgow (Scotland’s biggest city) before stopping off at the town of Luss on the banks of bonnie Loch Lomond. After a spot of sightseeing and exploring around this beautiful town, your driver-guide will take you through Inveraray where you will have the chance to visit the magnificent Inveraray Castle (famously used in Downtown Abbey).
From Inveraray, we head to the stunningly beautiful Glencoe, where we will stop for some lunch and for some light exploring.
After you’ve caught your breath from the scenes of Glencoe, your driver-guide will take you along Loch Linnhe and towards the stunning town of Fort William, where you will spend the night in one of its many excellent accommodation options.
Day two of your three-day tour of Scotland starts as your driver-guide sets off for the Isle of Skye, stopping on route to view the stunning Eilean Donan Castle: Scotland’s most photographed castle (although I’m sure a few more won’t hurt).
When you’re ready, we’ll then head across the Skye Bridge and head to the south of the Isle of Skye; stopping at the newly opened Torabhaig Distillery (or if you’d prefer more of a household brand, Talisker Distillery is also situated on the Island).
Once you’ve tasted our famous Scotch Whisky, we can continue to Armadale, where we will catch the ferry back to Mallaig on the mainland and drive back to Fort William: passing the beautiful Glenfinnan Viaduct which iconically features in the Harry Potter Films.
The final day of your tour of Scotland starts as you and your driver-guide leave Fort William and drive along Loch Laggan; stopping at Dalwhinnie Distillery and perhaps a spot of shopping at the House of Bruar.
If we have time, we will visit the picturesque towns of Pitlochry and Dukeld before crossing over the River Forth and back into Edinburgh.
Finally, we love finishing on a high note, so we’ll try to make it to Edinburgh in time to catch the sunset from one of the city’s stunning viewpoints (we recommend Calton Hill or Arthur’s Seat). Before finishing your three-day tour by dropping you off at a destination of your choosing.