Chauffeur Driven Day Tours

Introducing our new Chauffeured Day Tours service: allowing you to relax in a comfortable air-conditioned vehicle while exploring some of the best that Highland Perthshire and Central Scotland has to offer.

Our Day Tours Service offers you the chance to put together a brief tour of Highland Perthshire that will enable you to take in some of the fantastic scenery of 'Big Tree Country' while en-route to some of the most interesting experiences within a days drive.

 

Rather than restrict you to a preset list of tours we prefer to provide you with some destination options and then let you tell us where you want to go and what you want to see.  If you're open to suggestion we're happy to put together an intinerary based on your preferences or just to put together a days programe that will take in as much as we can in the time available.

These are some of our suggested destinations for your Day Tour with us - there are of course plenty of others to choose from but these are some of the more popular.

 

We're happy to advise you on what is available to you dependent on the time of year, the time you have available and the budget you wish to work to - and of course which vehicle you wish to travel in - choose from our luxury Jaguar XJ, our Executive Insiginia Tourer or our practical and spacious Ford Tourneo MPV.

 

Blair Castle at Blair Atholl is the Home to the Duke of Atholl and the last private Army in Europe. Tour at your own pace with an audio guide or join a guided tour around this amazing castle with stunning grounds tro explore as well with time to hunt for that obligatory souvenir of course

Just north of Blair Castle is the "Harrods of the North": the House of Bruar.  A department store like no other with something to suit every pocket and taste, from works of art to a full Tweed outfit or something for the home.  The superbly stocked foodcourt offers Scottish produce from across the country with the option to sample some of it in the restaurant during lunch!

You can't visit Scotland without learning about the national drink! Perthshire is well supplied with whisky distillerys: from Scotland's smallest at Edradour to Bells Blait Atholl in Pitlochry, Dewars World of Whisky at Aberfeldy to the Famous Grouse Experience in Crieff or slightly further north to Dalwhinnie.  Take a tour of your choice with time to learn how the national drink is produced as well as a tasting session - and the chance to take a bottle or two home to enjoy later of course!

There is always time for chocolate!  If we're passing anywhere near Grandtully we'll divert to the multi-award winning Highland Chocolatier - and maybe even time to enjoy a swift pint by the River Tay at 'The Inn on the Tay' (or inside by the fire if the weather isn't favourable!)

Highland Safaris at Aberfeldy offer a range of experiences to suit all tastes and budgets dependent on the time of year - the weather won't stop you either in their fleet of multi-wheeled all wheel-drive vehicles!  Your Ranger guide will ensure that you have an experience to remember while taking in some of the most fantastic scenery on offer.

Glamis Castle in Angus was the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.  With a rich history tied in with that of Scotland itself Glamis is a worthwhile destination with knowledgable guides, well presented grounds and coffee and souvenir shops too.

Scone Palace near Perth boasts the title of the Crowning Place of Kings including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce as well as housing Scotland's Parliament for a time as well.  With a amazing art collection, perfectly manicured grounds and history both Christian and Pagan it is definitely worth a visit!

Located in Kenmore on the eastern end of Loch Tay, Mains of Taymouth is a destination shop and restaurant. The Bar & Restaurant offer a high end menu in well appointed surroundings with the Deli and Shop offering locally produced food and gifts.

The Scottish Crannog Centre is an award-winning and interactive centre which shows what Iron Age life was like with a reconstructed prehistoric loch-dwelling.  It overlooks the remains of 4 of the ancient crannog settlements preserved in the loch, with the picturesque village of Kenmore to the east, and stunning views towards Ben Lawers and Killin to the west

For information on the many more attractions that you can visit throughout Perthshire visit one or all of the sites listed below:

 

http://www.highlandperthshire.org/

 

http://www.visitperthshire.co.uk/perthshire-attractions/visitor-attractions

 

https://www.visitscotland.com/destinations-maps/perthshire/

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