Scotland, the birthplace of whisky
(unless you're Irish)
It's no coincidence that Scotland is one of the top destinations for the Instagram nation. The breathtaking nature, the endless coastline and friendly locals make the northern islands a place for everyone.
We know Scotland better than the backs of our hands, meaning that whether you want to plan a holiday steeped in culture or find inner peace on a meditation retreat, we know exactly how to start planning your dream trip to Scotland with plenty of opportunities for whisky tasting.
Kilts and tartan, bagpipes and ceilidhs, Highland Games and clans, golf and Nessie, of all the exports of Scotland, none hold a candle to Scotch. What better way to enjoy this fine spirit then to have it where it's produced? Each of these culturally rich journeys can be tailored to your specifications for a truly unique experience.
Scottish Golf & Whisky
The Stevenson House, Edinburgh
The Stevenson House was the childhood home of Robert Louis Stevenson (1850 – 1894), creator of Treasure Island, Kidnapped and Jekyll and Hyde, from the age of six until he finally left in 1880.
Airport/Rail Pick Up
Dinner with Wine (One Evening)
Private Cultural Tour with Whisky Tasting
The Bowmore Cottages, Islay
Beautiful and tranquil, the Bowmore Distillery Cottages offer a unique place to stay at the heart of Islay’s oldest distillery.
These traditional Islay cottages were once home to Bowmore distillery workers. Dating back to the 1840s, each cottage has been thoughtfully renovated to 4 Star Visit Scotland standard.
Speyside Manor, Speyside
The exclusive use home for whisky connoisseurs and all those who love Scotland. Built in 1893 as a magnificent hunting lodge, this home is situated at the head of the glen, in easy reach of all the splendors Speyside has to offer.
There is a wide selection of indoor and outdoor games which can be enjoyed throughout the gardens and grounds which extend to 11 acres and include a private lochan with rowing boat, rose terrace and fountain terrace.
Cameron House on Loch Lomond
A magnificent baronial mansion surrounded by 100 acres of woodland, Cameron House on Loch Lomond.
Full Breakfast for each guest daily in the Lobby Bar, also available through room service, included in the rate
Complimentary Loch Lomond Cruise for two on Celtic Warrior
Complimentary dram of single malt scotch served in the Great Scots Bar.
The Balmoral Hotel, Edinburgh
The Balmoral combines stunning views and warm hospitality with world-class facilities to create the perfect urban retreat.
Full Breakfast for two daily at Brasserie Prince
£75 Food and Beverage credit, per room, per stay