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Key Features
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
Tour feature: Maximum group size 18 passengers
Starting: Edinburgh
Ending: Edinburgh
Tour Highlights
Towns and Cities: Edinburgh
  1. Day 1 Edinburgh Arrival

    This morning make your way to Scotland's majestic capital city; Edinburgh is synonymous with the nation’s ancient culture and bristles history and elegant architecture. After checking in at your hotel you may spend the afternoon at leisure exploring the city before meeting the group at the hotel, where we’ll get to know each other over a delicious welcome dinner.

    Overnight: Malmaison Edinburgh City (or similar), Edinburgh

    Meals: Dinner included.

  2. Day 2 Doune Castle and Perthshire

    This morning we board the mini-coach and head out of Edinburgh in to the Scottish countryside. First stop will be the imposing Doune Castle, which featured in Monty Python and the Holy Grail and was used to depict Castle Leoch in Outlander. Later we'll pass through the spellbinding Sma’ Glen and in to the heart of Perthshire in central Scotland, a region famous for its picturesque lochs, looming mountains and lush forests. ere we’ll indulge in delicious smoked salmon tasting at Dunkeld Smokehouse, before enjoying some free-time to explore the quaint Victorian town of Pitlochry, our overnight base for the next two nights.

    Overnight: Royal George Hotel (or similar), Pitlochry

    Meals: Breakfast included.

  3. Day 3 Highland Safari and Red Deer Centre

    Today, we'll truly immerse ourselves in the highland scenery as we embark on an off-road safari to explore the vastness of the central Scottish Highlands with a kilted ranger – we'll venture over wild terrain to take in spectacular mountain views and to try to glimpse some of the highland wildlife such as grouse, mountain hares, deer and golden eagles. We then make our way to the Red Deer Centre, where we’ll have the chance to get up close to Britain’s largest native land mammal. By afternoon, we’ll return to the hotel for an afternoon of leisure time.

    Overnight: Royal George Hotel (or similar), Pitlochry

    Meals: Breakfast included.

  4. Day 4 Crannog Centre and Whisky Tasting

    Having discovered her beautiful landscapes and wildlife, today we step back in time to learn about Scotland's Iron Age history with a visit to the Scottish Crannog Centre; here we’ll walk in the footsteps of the original Crannog dwellers and see traditional craft, textile and cooking demonstrations. By afternoon we head for our private whisky tasting session to look forward to at the postcard-perfect Glengoyne Distillery. Continuing our journey, we enter to the landscapes of the Trossachs National Park and on to the Bonny Banks of Loch Lomond. By evening, we dine together in our hotel in picturesque village of Luss.

    Overnight: Lodge on Loch Lomond (or similar), Luss

    Meals: Breakfast and dinner included.

  5. Day 5 Glencoe Valley and Scottish Oak Smokehouse

    Our journey today takes us north to the breath-taking scenery of Glencoe whose towering mountains were formed by volcanic eruptions and sculpted by glaciers thousands of years ago. We’ll visit Glencoe Visitor Centre and learn more about the haunting story of the Glencoe Clan Massacre of 1692. The rest of the afternoon is at leisure to enjoy the loch-side setting and dine independently.

    Overnight: Lodge on Loch Lomond (or similar), Luss

    Meals: Breakfast included.

  6. Day 6 Loch Lomond Cruise and New Lanark

    Before leaving the Trossachs we'll be sure to enjoy the waters of the loch itself on a tranquil boat trip - Loch Lomond is the largest body of water in the UK and a cruise offers breath-taking views of the dramatic surrounding landscapes. Back on dry land, we'll turn southwards in to the Scottish Borders region as we set a course for New Lanark, a UNESCO World Heritage village set on the banks of the River Clyde. Here we'll learn about the 19th century textile producing community. After a day of discovery, we’ll head to our accommodation in the heart of the Borders for a final farewell dinner together.

    Overnight: The Tontine Hotel (or similar), Peebles

    Meals: Breakfast and dinner included.

  7. Day 7 History of the Scottish Borders

    Today we'll explore the Scottish Borders or Lowlands of Scotland. Firstly, we’ll make our way to the elegant Traquair House country estate, the oldest inhabited house in Scotland in the ownership of Catherine Maxwell Stuart, the 21st Lady of Traquair. We then take time to visit the enchanting Melrose Abbey; these imposing monastic ruins shelter the final resting place of the heart of Scottish hero Robert the Bruce. Later we return to the beautiful city of Edinburgh where our tour ends.

    Meals: Breakfast included.

*Journey times and distances are estimates and are based on the direct route between the start location and end location for each day of the itinerary, where applicable. They do not include detours or stops for sightseeing.

Unique features

  • Immerse yourself in the raw natural beauty of the Highlands on an off-road safari in Perthshire.
  • Step back in time for an insight into the region's first dwellers at the Scottish Crannog Centre.
  • Sample local fare at whisky and smoked salmon tastings.
  • Maximum group-size of 18 passengers for that intimate touring experience

What's included

  • 6 nights in charming accommodation
  • Transportation by luxury mini-coach
  • The services of your professional driver and separate tour leader
  • Full Scottish breakfast daily
  • 3 x evening meals
  • 1 x smoked salmon tasting session
  • 1 x whisky tasting session
  • All ferry crossings as required
  • A comprehensive touring programme including the following admissions:
    • Doune Castle
    • Red Deer Centre
    • Scottish Crannog Centre
    • Glencoe Visitor Centre
    • New Lanark Village
    • Traquair House
    • Melrose Abbey
  • Expert local advice during the planning of your trip.
  • Postage of your vacation documents pack.

Optional extras

  • Pre or post tour hotel accommodation in Edinburgh.
  • Rail travel to/from Edinburgh before/after your trip.
  • Airport transfers or transport to/from Edinburgh.


  • Trip Insurance – we ask that our guests purchase suitable cover in case planned travel is affected or disrupted due to unforeseen circumstances. More information on the benefits of trip insurance can be found here.
  • Flights – adeo Travel do not book air travel but are happy to offer advice on where to seek competitive airfare.
  • Meals and/or sightseeing other than that outlined above.

Departure Dates

Please select your preferred tour date from the list below.

Start DateEnd DateStatusPrice
(per person)*
Saturday, 6 May 2023
Friday, 12 May 2023

Fully booked

Saturday, 10 June 2023
Friday, 16 June 2023

Fully booked

Saturday, 15 July 2023
Friday, 21 July 2023

Fully booked

Saturday, 12 August 2023
Friday, 18 August 2023
Limited availability
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Saturday, 9 September 2023
Friday, 15 September 2023
Limited availability
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* Prices are per person based on two people sharing either a double room or twin room. A single supplement will apply for those bookings where a single room is required.

Pricing 2023

Single Supplement: from £490.


Please ask for a quote if you require pre/post tour accommodation in Edinburgh.

Pricing Notes

  • Prices are per person based on two people sharing a twin/double room.
  • Prices are for land only tours and all tours are subject to availability.
  • Prices are correct at the time of publishing to website but are subject to confirmation at time of booking.
  • Prices are in British Pounds Sterling (GBP£) currency for approximate amounts in other currencies please contact us.
  • All trip details are correct at time of publishing to website however due to the nature of small group tours the itinerary is flexible and is subject to change based on a variety of factors.
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