Classic Tour

Classic routes to beautiful places, stress-free travel; curated, planned and delivered. Explore coastal destinations, film locations and relax in sumptuous accommodations with delicious fresh food, to suit you. Think of the unmissable; a revealing overview of our small yet distinctive country.

4, 5, 7 or 9 Day Tours

NC500, NE250 or SW300 Tours

  • NC 500 – Landscapes, Nature and Craft – Cape Wrath, Duncansby Stacks, Dunrobin Castle
  • NE 250 – Castles, Whisky and Big Sky – Dunottar Castle, Glendronach Distillery, Aurora Borealis
  • SW 300 – Rugged Coastline, Booklovers and Creatives Delight – Muill of Galloway, Wigtown, Kirkcudbright

The amazing Scottish coastal road trips are truly world class. Stunning coastal routes, scenic mountain drives and open, endless landscapes that create an awe-inspiring atmosphere. We journey around the North Coast 500, the North East 250 and the South West 300.

Each journey has its own merits and we are very adaptable to explore at your pace. We stay in the poignant towns and villages, meet the local craft peoples and transform your understanding throughout history of the area and its incredible stories and peoples. The opportunities here to improve your photography skills are boundless with breath taking viewpoints. Our aim to encourage you to immerse yourself in the areas and truly have a break that you take

The NE 250 embraces it’s rich heritage and encapsulates the best of the Cairngorms National Park. On the trail discover Speyside and a fabulous whisky distillery or three on the horizon. Royal Deeside attracts fewer visitors which makes it a gem to visit, it offers all that Scotland has to offer and the most stunning castles and is away from the busy crowds. Occasionally dolphins are spotted close to the city of Aberdeen and local music, talks and events can be crafted into your itinerary.

The NC 500 boasts deserted lighthouses, remote farm buildings, bustling towns, cheerful harbours and a whole range of visits to local sights. From a weaving workshop, to a gallery, to an ancient broch or to a museum, garden or to immerse yourself in a traditional skills workshop. Views of incredible sea stack formations standing proud in the North Sea, the magical line where the North Sea meets the Atlantic Ocean seabird colonies.

The SW 300 is a delightful trip – beautiful rugged coastal beaity and short or longer walking options. Sandyhills Bay, Kircudbright the haven of the artists, bookshops closeby, sculptures and a close relationship with the Celtic traditions are all to be found in Dumfries & Galloway. Literary delights and finest foods at nights. Local ice-cream, honey, gin and more. For those who enjoy a stately home I find this area is particularly great for accessing beautiful visits off the beaten track and the tour takes you through the Ayrshire coast with views of Ailsa Craig.