Iain Stewart, Serenity Scotland Ltd. Company Number SC 460598, 7 Lady Road, Edinburgh EH16 5PA SCOTLAND, A Member of the Scottish Destination Management Association, with additional marketing through Visit Scotland, Scotland's National Tourist Board 2003 - 2015, Royal and Sun Alliance Professional Liability Policy AF471404.
Iain was a phenomenal tour guide! Sweet, kind, funny, charming and extremely benevolent with his knowledge and his heart. I toured with my aunt, just the 2 of us, and we had such an amazing time with Iain. He told wonderful stories, knew all kinds of history of everywhere we went and tons of other little bits and tips that really made the experience special. We were looking at areas our ancestors came from and just enjoying the local scenery, it was lovely!
We could not think of a better way to spend a day travelling in Scotland! If you are looking for a private tour guide, look no further, because this is the company to book with. I guarantee you will not be disappointed! Worth every penny and more, and if/when we return to Scotland I will make sure to book another day with Iain!
Rebecca Lee Robinson and Carol Rose Hollander January 2015
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Recommendations from LinkedIn: : top qualities: Personable, Expert, High Integrity 'Our tour with Iain was one of the best vacations we've ever had. Not only was he personable and fun to be with, he entertained and educated us with Scottish folklore, legends, and history from his treasure trove of knowledge...' For all LinkedIn recommendations click 'View my profile...' to the left:
Serenity Scotland was started in 2003 to create great tour and package experiences through the admixture of nature and culture. read more
For a private tour of Scotland, this flexible form of travel provides an ethnological, insiders view of life in Scotland. Start from Edinburgh, Glasgow or elsewhere in the UK. Explore favourites such as Edinburgh, St. Andrews, and the Isle of Skye but also go where YOU want to go: from watching sheep herding in the Scottish Highlands, to full-flowing Borders waterfalls in the changing light, to visiting literary, TV and movie locations, to highland games, to idyllic islands, to eating freshly caught seafood, to savouring fine malt whisky, to being at one with nature, and to being a part of our many local customs and traditions.For those wishing to join existing groups of people on one day or multi-day tours on pre-arranged days i.e. non private tours in Scotland, visiting Loch Ness, Stirling Castle, Glengoyne Distillery and many other places, I recommend: