Romantic Coastal Tour of Scotland | Honeymoon Package
11 Nights; 12 Days
Fingal or Apex Grassmarket (Day 1 & 2)
Old Course Hotel or Rufflets (Day 3)
The Marcliffe or The Malmaison (Day 4)
Boath House (Day 5 & 6)
The Torridon or The Torridon Inn (Day 7)
Kinloch Lodge or Cuillin Hills Hotel (Day 8)
Isle of Eriska or Kingshouse Hotel (Day 9 & 10)
Glennapp Castle or Lochgreen House (Day 11)
Executive Vehicle and Private Driver Guide.
24/7 Private Concierge.
How Much Does It Cost & What's Included?
Our Guide Pricing Includes:
Breakfast at all Hotels Included
Executive vehicle hire according to itinerary
Professional driver guide for route according to itinerary
Services of private local guides in activities according to itinerary
Admissions to all sites according to itinerary
Accommodations according to itinerary
Co-ordination and support / 24 hr assistance during the trip
5 STAR OPTION
Classic Cabin Room (2 Nights)
Old Course Hotel
Eden Parkland King Room
Classic Room (2 Nights)
Isle of Eriska
Double Room (2 Nights)
Garden View Double
2 People (1 Room)
4 People (2 Rooms)
4-5 STAR OPTION
Executive View Room (2 Nights)
Classic Double (2 Nights)
The Torridon Inn
Double Room (2 Nights)
2 People (1 Room)
4 People (2 Rooms)
Larger Group Pricing also available. Please contact us for more details. All tours are fully customisable.
Day One - Edinburgh Waterfront
Luxury Accommodation: The Fingal, Edinburgh
Upon your arrival at Edinburgh airport, one of our representatives will welcome you and conduct you to the historic capital, where you will begin your exciting Scottish adventure.
Your evening will be spent at the luxurious five-star floating hotel, the Fingal, on Edinburgh’s river, the water of Leith. Originally a lighthouse tender, the ship has been converted into the highest standards of comfort with luxurious cabins and social spaces. The Lighthouse Bar onboard has been meticulously designed to give guests an unhurried sense of luxury.
For dinner, you will dine at The Kitchin on Leith’s Waterfront. The award-winning restaurant gained international recognition in 2007 when awarded a Michelin star for its fine dining experience. It continued an impressive run of form by winning several other accolades such as Best UK Restaurant, Best Restaurant in Scotland and Best Restaurant Experience.
Day Two - Exploring Queensferry Coast & Edinburgh City
Luxury Accommodation: The Fingal, Edinburgh
Your second day will begin with a journey to South Queensferry, where you will take a boat cruise under the three spectacular Forth bridges. You will also be given the opportunity to see the wildlife and history of the nearby islands. Soon afterwards, we will land on Inchcolm Island, site of the ruins of 12th century abbey and renowned for its birdlife.
Lunch will be at Scotts Restaurant at Port Edgar, which boasts a unique blend of food, drink, style and service, relatively new to the East Coast.
After you have satisfied your hunger with a luxurious lunch, you will spend the late afternoon walking the historic cobbles of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile.
Awaiting you will be a tour guide eager to share Edinburgh’s world-famous wonders such as Edinburgh Castle, St Giles Cathedral, Holyrood Palace and the Scott Monument.
One of the city’s marvelled at assets is the Old Town, where you’ll have the opportunity to take a step back through the centuries and lose yourself in the labyrinth of closes and wynds with their bloody haunting tales.
In the evening your driver will transfer you back to your luxurious accommodation.
Day Three - The Kingdom of Fife
Luxury Accommodation: The Old Course Hotel
Once you have awoken and eaten a leisurely breakfast, your morning adventure will begin by visiting Blackness Castle. This is a 15th-century fortress near the village of Blackness, on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, featured in the Outlander TV series.
Afterwards, lunch is at The Cellar, a Michelin Star restaurant in the old fishing villiage of Anstruther. Located in the heart of East Neuk and often referred to as a hidden gem, this restaurant has an inspired selection of seasonal Scottish produce and locally foraged ingredients from our coastline and countryside.
Your next destination is the famous town of St Andrews, the ‘Home of Golf’ and Scotland’s oldest university. Here you have a selection of events to choose from, including a visit to St Andrews Cathedral in its beautiful setting, walking along the historic streets littered with fascinating shops, exploring the National Golf Museum as well as visiting the famous Old Course.
Your accommodation for the evening will be the appropriately named Old Course Hotel, overlooking the famous Old Course and the West Sands Beach.
Day Four - Aberdeenshire Coast
Luxury Accommodation: Marcliffe Hotel
After breakfast, your driver will be ready to take you up to Aberdeen. Before your arrival, you’ll visit Stonehaven, a cute harbour town offering a unique history that you can fully explore in the Stonehaven Tolbooth Museum. At some point, you will explore Dunnottar Castle. This a ruined medieval fortress sat on top of a rocky headland that has a past packed with gruesome and bloody tales.
The plan for lunch is to dine at the Tolbooth Restaurant in Stonehaven. Regarded as one of Scotland’s finest seafood restaurants that provide guests with stunning views across the harbour along with their tasty cuisine.
For the rest of the day, you have the opportunity to explore and take in your new surroundings in Scotland’s ‘Granite City,’ Aberdeen. Climb the dunes at Balmedie Beach and explore the Forvie National Nature Reserve, visit the Winter Gardens, or take a stroll down Aberdeen beach – the list of activities is truly endless in this historic city.
To top off an eventful day of exciting activities, you will be staying at the luxurious Marcliffe Hotel.
Day Five - North East Coast
Luxury Accommodation: Boath House, Nairn
Day five begins with a Georgian theme by having a visit to Duff House. This Category A listed building is the premier outstation of The National Galleries of Scotland and contains a stunning selection of paintings and furniture. Here you can soak in its beautiful art, roam its historic corridors and take advantage of the walking opportunities in the parkland of the surrounding area.
At the Glen Moray distillery, located next to the Moray Firth you will feel the sea air. Making the short trip to Covesea Lighthouse is next on your list that will provide you with an excellent view of the coast, as well as the nearby RAF base. The National Geographic Traveller magazine survey voted the Moray Firth coast as one of the most scenic coasts in the world, so make sure to have your cameras at the ready.
Brodie Castle is your next destination. Cared by the National Trust for Scotland, this grand 16th-century building was the ancestral home of the Brodie Clan for over 400 years. Inside you can view its impressive art collections, decorative ceilings and fine furniture.
The Boath & Restaurant will be your accommodation for the night. The service provided will make you feel right at home with their excellent hospitality and delicious dishes that are all created with fresh local ingredients.
Day Six - Historic Highlands
Luxury Accommodation: Boath House
After breakfast, you will visit Culloden Battlefield. Powerfully emotive, drenched in history and Highland blood, this is where the Jacobite Rising came to a tragic end. Explore the interactive visitor centre, view fascinating artefacts from both sides of the confrontation and gain a full understanding of one of Scotland’s most epic battles.
From here you will journey to the nearby Cawdor Castle & Gardens.
This romantic highland castle is the 14th century ancestral home of the Campbells of Cawdor. You will have the opportunity to explore the gardens and the castle renowned for its relationship with Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Legend has it that this castle is built around a holly thorn tree, which you will be able to view in the castle’s dungeon.
For lunch you will be dining in luxury at the Loch Ness County House.
Shortly after lunch, a one-hour private boat tour of Loch Ness is next on the agenda. Leaving from Drumnadrochit, you will enjoy the amazing scenery that this iconic loch has to offer.
Before returning to your accommodation there’s a visit to a well-preserved Bronze Age cemetery that is an excellent example of the distant history of Highland Scotland, dating back 4,000 years, The Clava Cairns.
You’ll then return to your 5-star accommodation of Boath House to enjoy another relaxing evening.
Day Seven - Bucket List Drive: Applecross & Wester Ross
Luxury Accommodation: The Torridon
As you depart Nairn and journey further in to the Scottish Highlands your first stop of the day will be Glen Ord Distillery. Taste the famous whiskies from the only remaining single malt whisky distillery in the Black Isle.
Afterwards you will take the scenic drive to Applecross, located on a wild peninsula in Wester Ross.
As you arrive you will feel like you are at the ‘edge of the world’, as this bucket list drive truly inspires.
You will stop for lunch at the Applecross Inn, winner of a number of prestigious awards, enjoy the scenic views and relax in this romantic Highland setting.
You will then arrive at The Torridon Hotel, which is located in 58 acres of parkland. With comfortable rooms and an abundance of thoughtful touches, this is a fantastic Highland escape with the surrounding beauty at its heart.
Here you can fully immerse yourself in with an array of activities, ranging from exciting mountain bike adventures to a stargazing experience.
Day Eight - Isle of Skye Adventure
Luxury Accommodation: Kinloch Lodge
You will wake to go and explore the Isle of Skye, which is known as a truly magical place due to its world-famous landscapes and sites. We will create the ideal tour of Skye to ensure that it is amended and adjusted to your preferences. You will explore places like the Fairy Pools, Portree, The Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock, Dunvegan Castle and many more wondrous sites.
You will have Lunch at The Old School Restaurant near Dunvegan.
After a busy day of travelling, you will arrive at the outstanding Kinloch Lodge. You’ll be able to experience the comfort of Highland hospitality as well as dining in its award-winning restaurant in the evening.
Day Nine - Castles, Awe-Inspiring Scenery and a Private Island
Luxury Accommodation: Isle of Eriska
On the ninth day you will make your way towards Fort William. You will first stop off at one of Scotland’s most famous castles, Eilean Donan Castle. The castle is idyllically placed where three sea lochs meet and is surrounded by fantastic scenery.
The plan for lunch is to stop at Inverlochy Castle, which will be a culinary experience to savour.
On the way to Fort William, you will be given the opportunity to visit the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct that featured in Harry Potter. The Jacobite steam train has become quite iconic throughout the years with many tourists from all over the world coming to witness its beautiful surroundings.
Once you have appeased your appetite, you will drive past the tallest mountain in Britain, Ben Nevis, through to Glencoe. You can stop off at the Glencoe Folk Museum and discover how Highland people lived and worked from the early 1700s to the mid-1900s at this award-winning museum.
You will spend your evening on a private island and the Isle of Eriska Hotel, where you will marvel at the views overlooking Loch Linnhe accompanied with the dramatic mountains of Morven. In the evening you will dine in their critically acclaimed Michelin Star restaurant.
Day Ten - Island Adventures
Luxury Accommodation: Isle of Eriska
In the morning you will make the short journey to Oban. Taking a ferry from here you will visit Tobermory on the island of Mull. Tobermory is famous for its colourful buildings, serene surroundings and charming harbour that has won the hearts of many tourists throughout the years. Initially built as a fishing port, the town is now home to an array of interesting shops, hotels and restaurants.
After Tobermory, you will return back to Oban to discover more of this resort town. Here there are many sites to visit, including Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel and McCaig’s Tower.
Dinner will be at the Airds Hotel & Restaurant in Port Appin, where you will enjoy an excellent culinary experience where you will can also take in the surrounding spectacular views. You will soon after be escorted back to The Isle of Eriska where you will pass the beautiful Castle Stalker.
Day Eleven - Loch Lomond & Ayrshire Coast
Luxury Accommodation: Glenapp Castle
The day will begin with a visit to Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park to indulge in its rich history, thrilling wildlife and gorgeous views. Famous for being the largest loch in Britain, Loch Lomond will promise nothing but outstanding views for you to marvel at. You will be taken on a cruise of its glistening waters where you can fully appreciate its landscape.
Afterwards, you will be escorted to The Lodge on Loch Lomond for lunch. A fantastic restaurant with a great views, great atmosphere and even better food, everything here is served fresh and locally sourced.
After lunch, the journey will continue south and travel along the coast where you will stop at Dunure Castle to explore its impressive 13th-century foundations.
You will arrive at the luxurious Glenapp Castle, where you will be staying for the night. As well as being one of Scotland’s best hotels, this is a place to be inspired, to reflect and to recharge. This will be your last stop on your private tour of Scotland
Day Twelve - Departure
You will be escorted back to Edinburgh Airport where you will say your goodbyes and reflect on what we hope was an experience of a lifetime. We wish you a safe journey home.