SCOTLAND

A land of contrasts, beauty and history

Holidays, tours and short breaks in Scotland

Below are a selection of holidays, tours and short breaks in Scotland, that will become available as Covid related restrictions are lifted. If you have an interest in one not loaded or would like more details on a particular holiday, call us on 020 7118 2110 or send us a message via our Contact form.

Western Highlands & Islands 9 day Tour

A standout tour based around famous film and historic locations and the isles of Mull and Bute.

8 day Edinburgh and the Lochs

History, culture and outstanding scenery combine on this epic trip into Scotland’s heart.

Historic Edinburgh & Perthshire

6 day tour of castles, palaces, museums, and outstanding gardens, all with a story to tell.

6 day Iconic Rail Tour

Travel on historic steam trains through the stunning Highlands & Cairngorms countryside.

Western Highlights Tour

6 days travelling through Robbie Burns country, going West from Glasgow to Isles of Aran.

Twin Centre City Break

Uncover the hidden gems of Scotland’s two great cities: Glasgow & Edinburgh on this 5 day break.

Aberdeen, Moray and Royal Deeside

5 day tour of historic castles including Braemar, Dunnottar & the Royal residence of Balmoral

Highlands & Islands Tour

8 days of stunning scenery, abundant wildlife, and historical intrigue.

Covering the northern third of Great Britain, Scotland has a 96 mile border with England to the Southeast and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the North and West, the North Sea to the Northeast and the Irish Sea to the South. In addition, Scotland has more than 790 islands, principally within the Northern Isles and the Hebrides archipelagos.

Including the numerous islands, Scotland has nearly 10,250 miles of coastline that ranges from idyllic beaches to soaring cliffs and crashing waves, particularly in winter. The interior changes the further North you travel, from the gentle rolling hills of the Lowlands, through the major cities in the industrial heartland along the two great rivers of the Clyde and the Forth, past the land of serene Lochs and Glens and finally up to the wild country of the Highlands.

Scotland is renowned as a tourist destination with beautiful scenery combined with thousands of historic sites and attractions which include prehistoric stone circles, standing stones and burial chambers. The landscape abounds with many historic castles, houses, battlegrounds, ruins and museums with numerous picturesque villages where you can sample the celebrated Scottish hospitality and take a ‘wee dram’ of the famous whisky.

Covering the northern third of Great Britain, Scotland has a 96 mile border with England to the Southeast and is otherwise surrounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the North and West, the North Sea to the Northeast and the Irish Sea to the South. In addition, Scotland has more than 790 islands, principally within the Northern Isles and the Hebrides archipelagos.

Including the numerous islands, Scotland has nearly 10,250 miles of coastline that ranges from idyllic beaches to soaring cliffs and crashing waves, particularly in winter. The interior changes the further North you travel, from the gentle rolling hills of the Lowlands, through the major cities in the industrial heartland along the two great rivers of the Clyde and the Forth, past the land of serene Lochs and Glens and finally up to the wild country of the Highlands.

Scotland is renowned as a tourist destination with beautiful scenery combined with thousands of historic sites and attractions which include prehistoric stone circles, standing stones and burial chambers. The landscape abounds with many historic castles, houses, battlegrounds, ruins and museums with numerous picturesque villages where you can sample the celebrated Scottish hospitality and take a ‘wee dram’ of the famous whisky.

Whatever the travel requirement it can be fulfilled through our agreement with Livingstone’s Travel World, who like us cater for discerning clients. Information on ATOL protected travel and related Deposits & Payments and a very clear Mission Statement with the emphasis on client Customer Care can be found on the three-page links provided here.

“It’s not just the name we share with the great missionary and explorer David Livingstone, we share a passion for travel and the desire to explore, constantly seeking new experiences for our valued and often very well-travelled clientele”