Fife Minibus Tours
Fife & East Neuk Tour
This is a great way to view the Fife coastline. The East Neuk comprises of a series of quaint old fishing villages and harbours including the world famous Fish & Chip shop in Anstruther.
This tour takes you across the Lomond hills, descending to Loch Leven (scene of Queen Mary Stuart’s imprisonment and escape) and then onto the village of Falkland where you can visit Falkland Palace, a former royal palace of the Scottish Kings. We then travel through the East Neuk villages, where we stop for lunch in Anstruther. Following lunch we then continue via the coastal route to St Andrews, the home of golf. There you have the opportunity to visit the old course and have a walk around the famous Cathedral ruins and Graveyard.
Shop and Tour of Edinburgh
A truly enjoyable tour of Scotland’s Capital, visiting Arthur’s Seat and Holyrood Palace and of course Edinburgh Castle. With Edinburgh being so compact you are welcome to explore the City on your own devices and enjoy the Edinburgh experience. You may wish to visit the Royal Mile or Princes Street with the shops on one side and beautiful gardens on the other. You may also wish to visit the Royal Yacht Britannia or Rosslyn Chapel – the choice is yours.
Stirling and Loch Lomond
This tour takes you to ‘Braveheart’ country, home territory of Scottish heroes William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Rob Roy McGregor. After a photo stop at the impressive 220 foot high Wallace Monument, you will have the opportunity to tour Stirling Castle, childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots. We then venture on a scenic drive through the picturesque hills and glens of the Trossachs. Lunch can be taken in Aberfoyle, you may also wish to visit the Scottish Wool centre. After lunch we travel west and visit the ‘Bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond’.
Highland Spirit & Castle Tour
This tour travels through central Scotland admiring the beautiful scenery arriving at Perth, the gateway to the Highlands, for your morning coffee stop. After a short drive we arrive at Blair Castle, Blair Castle has been the seat of the Dukes of Atholl for over 700 years.
The Castle is set in dramatic scenery and magnificent grounds. Historically it commanded a strategic position on the way to the Highlands of Scotland.
After leaving Blair Castle you are free to have lunch in Pitlochry before visiting a famous distillery in the afternoon. After a conducted tour you can mull over the distinctive character of the finished article as you enjoy a complimentary dram.
This tour experiences the intriguing Rosslyn Chapel and the Border town of Melrose, explore its Abbey, and then lead from the spiritual to the spiritful with a tour and a taste at Glenkinchie Distillery.
We head to Rosslyn, making our first stop at Rosslyn Chapel, the ‘Chapel of Codes’, with its Templar and freemasonry associations; the chapel is also well-known for featuring in Dan Brown’s blockbusting novel “The Da Vinci Code.”
Leaving Rosslyn we commence our journey into the heart of the Scottish Borders, an area rich in hills, valleys, rivers and moorland, as well as the traditional home to Scottish rugby. We travel to the historic town of Melrose, birthplace of the game of Rugby Sevens, and location of Melrose Abbey, founded in 660, said to be the burial place of the casket containing the heart of Robert The Bruce. Here we stop for lunch and which allows you time to explore Melrose and its Abbey.
On our return journey, we travel via St. Boswells and stop for photos at Scott’s View, where we can enjoy glorious scenery. Our journey north takes us to Pencaitland where we visit the charming Glenkinchie Distillery – one of the few Lowland whisky distilleries in Scotland.
If you and your group would like to organise your own personal, bespoke tour, our vehicles and drivers can be booked out on either full or half day basis, where the vehicle is at your disposal.