Dumfries, South West Scotland, and North East Scotland.
Customized to suit client with itinerary options enroute.
Collect clients from EDI and drive south west on A71 over Lead Hills to Dumfriesshire with ancient historical sites to explore en route. Explore family history connections in the area.
Drive North to Paisley medieval abbey. Continue North along Loch Lomond then head East past Cairngorms and Trossachs National parks to Forfar. Explore family connections. Drive South back to Edinburgh with possible distillery visit and Outlander sites on way back.
Monday 16th September 2019
Pick clients up Edinburgh EDI Airport. Ryanair flight from Dublin ETA 7. 35 am.
Drive to SW Scotland. Tour Dumfries area. Stay overnight at The Market Inn, Castle Douglas.
Tues 17th September 2019 Drive North to Paisley. Paisley Abbey. Drive NE to Forfar Tour Meigle and Forfar area. Greer/McGregor/Gregor sites, : Meggernie Castle, Rob Roy house & grave Stay overnight at Forfar.
Wed 18th September 2019 Tour Ballater, Braemer and Spittal of Glenshee. Distillery Visit. Drive back to Edinburgh.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Airport
End Point Options: Hotel
Duration: 3 days
Tour days can be 8/ 10 hours to suit client.
Land Rover Discovery SUV. Large comfortable luxury car. This tour is also possible for up to 6 people by separate arrangement.
- Guiding Services
- Private Transportation
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 £ - Per day per person. Meals and entrance fees.
- Personal Expenses
- Food, Drinks, Snacks
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We thoroughly enjoyed our tour w/Toby. Toby's very kind & professional. He knows his history. His education and knowledge of architecture was a plus! Toby traveled for 3 days "on the road" with us. We had a route we wanted to follow (some of it new to Toby) so, we discovered things together with him! Fun! He stuck to the plan, did his research & simply inserted important sites to see along the way : Castles, historical sites, etc., Thank you-Toby for showing us Scotland! Such great memories! -Greers