The Luxury Coast & Waters Tour

Bringing you a truly unique and luxury tour of Scotland, partnering with Luxury Scotland, the curators of the very best of Scottish hospitality for those who desire the finest experiences in life. Each of their hotels offer something completely unique, with the guarantee of a five-star experience, every single time.

Setting the theme of this particular tour, we worked in conjunction with VisitScotland, Scotland’s National Tourism body, to promote the year of ‘Coast & Waters’.
Water is the lifeblood of our green and picturesque country, it is what makes the landscape so very special.

With the very best in luxury private tour design (Luxury Scotland Tours) and the very best hospitality in Scotland courtesy of Luxury Scotland, get set for a luxury travel experience like no other.

Think 5 Star castles, Michelin Star Restaurants, Executive Chauffeur Guide, Meticulous planning and attention to detail.
From the moment you arrive in Scotland you will enjoy the harmony of our 5 star service and the local charm we are famed for.

Choose Your Transport:

Chauffeur Driven:

Dedicated Chauffeur Driver & Executive Mercedes V-class

Self Drive:

Medium Vehicle: Land Rover Discovery – Large Vehicle: Mercedes V-class


Day One – Your Hidden Castle Retreat

Pick Up – Glenapp Castle – Stargazing – Fine Dining

Accommodation: 5 star Glenapp Castle

Upon arrival at Glasgow or Edinburgh airport, you will be met by your Luxury Scotland Tours chauffeur.
Greeted with a friendly smile, your bags will be taken care of and your Scottish adventure is underway.


Stay: Glenapp Castle

You will travel West until you reach the beautiful Ayrshire coast, then journey along the scenic coastline until you reach the enchanting Glenapp Castle.
A truly hidden place, you will spend your first 2 nights in Scotland here.  A place to be inspired and where you will feel ‘at home’.

This award-winning five star castle provides an intimate level of service with genuine attention to detail. It has great beauty in its period furnishings and interiors as well the breath-taking gardens, forest, and the seascapes that surround the castle.


Fine Dining & Stargazing Experience

You will use this day to relax and recuperate from your travels.

To that end we will organise a most laid back and luxurious evening for you.

Galloway Forest Park in Scotland is home to one of the UK’s Dark Sky Parks due to the lack of light pollution, resulting in amazingly clear night skies.
You will be fortunate enough to experience the same expansive skies from the comfort of the castle’s Victorian walled garden.

This star-gazing experience is personal and guests often like to have the first two of their dinner courses in the Castle before heading off towards the Dark Skies with their private ranger, where you can enjoy a special Glenapp ‘tiddly’ hot chocolate, cosy blankets, night binoculars and hand warmers, and then return to the Castle for your desert and perhaps a nightcap with coffee in front of the roaring open fire. The knowledge and passion from the Dark Sky Rangers is truly remarkable and you will find this a really educational, unique and enjoyable experience.


Day Two – An Extraordinary Private Boat Trip

Falconry Display – Private Boat Trip
– Sea Fishing Eagle Experience
– Lunch on an Island (Ailsa Craig)

Accommodation: 5 Star Glenapp Castle

After a luxurious breakfast, you will meet Roxanne, the resident Falconry Expert on the front lawn of the castle.
Estimated Schedule Below.

The expert falconer will give you an interactive experience with different birds on the front lawn and your first meeting with Ripley at the Castle. This will give guests the opportunity to take photos with Ripley, the African Sea Eagle.

You will leave Glenapp and make the short journey along the coast to Girvan Harbour.
Here you will meet Roddy, your private captain and skipper for the day. A real local ‘character’.

Set sail up the West Coast stopping at Culzean Castle for the Sea Fishing Eagle experience.

Culzean Castle is a sight to behold as viewed from the sea as you enjoy Sea Fishing with Ripley the African Sea Eagle.
This is a truly unique experience like no other.


As you travel these beautiful seascapes you will then arrive at the iconic island, Ailsa Craig.
Here you will spend a couple of hours and enjoy a Luxury Picnic Lunch.

Back aboard the boat again and you will head back to Girvan for a quick journey back down the beautiful coastline to Glenapp Castle.

Enjoy a relaxing evening in the luxurious surroundings of Glenapp Castle.


Day Three – The Wonderful West Coast 

Dunure Castle – Loch Lomond & The Trossachs
Sea Plane – Inveraray Castle & Gardens – Eriska

Accommodation: 5 Star Isle of Eriska Hotel

Another exciting day of touring awaits.

Visit: Dunure Castle

You will be picked up at Glenapp Castle and travel up the West Coast, soaking in the magnificent scenery around you.
As you meander along the South Ayrshire coastline you stop at Dunure, a fishing village which dates back to the early 19th century.

You will visit the picturesque ruin of Dunure Castle.  Although the castle has been a ruin for over three hundred years, Dunure Castle is one of the most picturesque ruins in all of Scotland and it was once the main fortress for the Kennedy family.

If you are an Outlander fan, you may recognise Dunure castle as it was used several times during the filming of the popular TV Series.

Visit: Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park - Sea Plane

You will then make the peaceful drive to Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, where the highlands and lowlands meet.
Transcend the rolling landscapes and rugged mountains before arriving at the tranquil Loch itself.

Loch Lomond is the biggest loch/lake in the whole of Britain, and quite possibly the most beautiful.
Upon arrival you will then board the seaplane and charter a flight over the stunning West Coast of Scotland.
Your pilot will take you on a 90 mile Seaplane Tour (45mins), heading West towards the Kyles of Bute and Loch Fyne, then over Kintyre towards the Isles of Jura, Gigha and Islay.

Visit: Inveraray Castle & Gardens

Your driver will be waiting for you as you finish your seaplane tour, and will take you on a wonderful scenic drive through Loch Lomond to the town of Inveraray on the Western Shore of the stunning still waters of Loch Fyne.

Whilst here you will have the chance to explore the charming town and visit Inveraray Castle & Gardens.
This neo-Gothic Castle is the ancestral home of the Dukes of Argyll, a must see attraction.

Stay & Dine: Isle of Eriska Hotel

Your driver will then take you on a scenic drive West to Eriska, near Oban. You will spend the next 3 nights here at the 5 Star Isle of Eriska Hotel, a spectacular hotel on a private island, connected to the mainland by a small bridge.

Dine at their Michelin Star Restaurant.


Day Four – A Scenic Exploration

Glencoe – Glen Etive – Kilchurn Castle – St Conan’s Kirk – Oban
– McCaig’s Tower – Castle Stalker View

Accommodation: 5 Star Isle of Eriska Hotel

On day 4 your driver will take you on an awe-inspiring journey through some of Scotland’s most incredible landscapes.

Visit & Explore: Glencoe

Your driver will first take you on a drive through the deep valley and towering mountains of Glen Coe.
These landscapes were carved by volcanic explosions and icy glaciers many centuries ago.
You will simply be in awe of the gigantic landscapes that surround you in Glen Coe.

As you approach the iconic mountain of Buchaille Etive Mor, standing in all its glory, you will be taken on a little de-tour along Glen Etive.
A single track road to the head of Loch Etive is a vision to behold.  Those familiar with the 007 James Bond movie ‘Skyfall’ may recognise the idyllic setting.

Visit: Kilchurn Castle View

Next stop on your scenic tour is Kilchurn Castle Panorama View.
The picturesque Kilchurn Castle lies on the banks of Loch Awe.  A castle that acted as the base for the powerful Campbell clan.
You will make a stop as you approach the loch so you can enjoy the viewpoint of the castle from the opposite side with the rolling hills behind.
Wellie boots are recommended if you wish to take the short walk through the field down to the water’s edge for the perfect photo.

Visit: St Conan's Kirk

A short distance away, nestled on the banks of the beautiful Loch Awe is the enchanting Saint Conan’s Kirk.
This hidden gem in the heart of Argyll is one you will take time to explore and enjoy the tranquil lochside setting.
The stunning architecture inside and out provides a strong sense of peace for a moment of reflection.

Visit: Oban & McCaig's Tower

Onwards to the seaside town of Oban (Gaelic for ‘little bay’).
Often referred to as the ‘Seafood Capital of Scotland’, there are a variety of award winning restaurants for a lunch stop.
As you arrive in to Oban you will notice McCaig’s Tower, standing tall and proud on the town’s skyline.
The Colosseum-like Tower takes only 10 minutes to walk from the town centre.
Drink in the spectacular views over Oban and the neighbouring islands.

Visit: Castle Stalker View

As you route back up the West Coastline to Eriska, you will make one final stop to see the stunning Castle Stalker.

Stopping at The Castle Stalker View, the viewpoints here offer panoramic views of Castle Stalker, Mull and Loch Linnhe.
Be sure to have your camera at the ready once more!

Visit: The Airds Hotel, Port Appin

You will then make the short, scenic drive (3.5miles) around the castle to the peaceful fishing village of Port Appin.  Here you will stop off at the beautiful Airds Hotel where they can enjoy a relaxing drink in a place of sheer natural beauty.

Stay & Dine: Isle of Eriska Hotel

Enjoy another relaxing evening in your luxurious surroundings.


Day Five – Wildlife & Island Discovery  

Lismore – View Stevenson Lighthouse
– View Duart Castle – Seals, Eagles, Birds & Porpoise Spotting
– Explore Tobermory (Isle of Mull)

Accommodation: Isle of Eriska Hotel

After breakfast your 5th day of touring will commence. You will be met by your skipper at The Isle of Eriska.

Private Boat Charter

Scenic Journey along the Lismore Coast - View the Stevenson Lighthouse and Duart Castle. Wildlife all around.

Depart from the Isle of Eriska. Head down the east coast of Lismore. Stopping to see seals and seabirds.
Towards the southern end of the island, you will see the 1833 Stevenson Lighthouse.
You will then cross to Duart Castle on Mull while keeping an eye out for porpoise.

Visit & Explore: Tobermory (Isle of Mull)

Then you will cruise up the Sound of Mull to Tobermory.
This is a great time to look for sea eagles, the biggest bird in Europe.
You will then arrive at Tobermory, the main town on the Isle of Mull.
Explore this beautiful town, home to one of the prettiest ports in all of Scotland, thanks to the colourful houses on the harbour front.
Cafe Fish is a popular restaurant to visit for lunch.  Many other options are available too.

Scenic Journey down to Morvern Point, Cruise up Lynn of Morvern, View more beautiful Castles, Wildlife all around.

Once you’re ready, your Captain will take you back down the Sound to Morvern Point.
Spend more time looking for the eagles.
Then cruise up the Lynn of Morven passing Glensanda quarry, which has a fascinating history.
You will see even more Castles here too.
As you traverse round the top of Lismore you will then be taken back to Eriska.

Stay & Dine: Isle of Eriska Hotel & Spa

After an eventful day, relax and enjoy your final night at the luxury Isle of Eriska Hotel & Spa.


Day Six – West Coast Magic

Fort William – Ben Nevis – Champagne Afternoon Tea
Glenfinnan Monument & Viaduct – Ferry to Isle of Skye
– Armadale Castle & Museum – Sleat

Accommodation: Kinloch Lodge

After breakfast, you will bid farewell to the Isle of Eriska hotel and route north up the beautiful west coast.

Visit: Fort William, Ben Nevis Distillery

As you arrive in Fort William you will first be taken to the Ben Nevis Distillery.

Nestled at the foot of the famous Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in Britain), this is an impressive setting from which to kick start another day of magnificent sightseeing.

Embark on a guided tour of the distillery, visiting the old warehouse (dating back to 1862) and enjoy a special audio-visual presentation.
Visit the production areas with your Ben Nevis Distillery guide.
Then of course, your whisky tour would not be complete without tasting a few delicious Ben Nevis drams.

Visit: Inverlochy Castle, Champagne Afternoon Tea

Whilst in Fort William, you will visit the 5 Star Inverlochy Castle for a sumptuous Champagne Afternoon Tea.

Visit: Glenfinnan Monument & Glenfinnan Viaduct

After lunch you will be taken West from Fort William towards the Isle of Skye.
You will make two unique and scenic stops on your way to the ferry port.

Glenfinnan Viaduct
A railway viaduct located at the top of Loch Shiel offering incredible views over the loch and Glenfinnan Monument.
The viaduct has featured in many tv programmes and films, including four of the Harry Potter films.

Glenfinnan Monument
Visit the 18m high iconic monument, climb to the top and stand side by side with the kilted highlander, taking in the panoramic views of Loch Shiel.
Built in 1815, it stands as a reminder of all the clansmen who gave their lives to the Jacobite cause.
The informative Visitor Centre on site allows you to learn more about Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite Rising (1745).

Ferry: From Mainland (Mallaig) to Isle of Skye (Armadale)

Visit: Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum

After the short ferry journey from the mainland (Mallaig) to The Isle of Skye (Armadale) you will be taken to Armadale Castle, Gardens & Museum.

Explore over 1500 years of history here.
Walk amongst the beautiful 40 acre garden, explore the castle ruin and the museum of the Isles.
As you explore the last family home of the Macdonald Clan you will enjoy magnificent views across to the mountains of Knoydart.

Stay & Dine: Kinloch Lodge

You will then make the short journey to your luxury accommodation on the shore of Loch-Na-Dal, down a windy road at the foot of a gorgeous mountain you will find Kinloch Lodge.  A charming, historic hotel with an incredible landscape.
This family-run hotel ensures the perfect balance of comfort and indulgence.

Dine at Kinloch Lodge, serving only the finest food in this award winning restaurant.


Day Seven – Exploring the Magical Island

Talisker Distillery – Fairy Pools
– Loch Bay (lunch reservation)
– Neist Point – Dunvegan Castle & Gardens

Accommodation: Kinloch Lodge

After waking up in your majestic island surroundings and enjoying a delicious breakfast, you will be met by your driver and start your first day of sightseeing on the magical Isle of Skye:

Visit: Talisker Distillery

On this morning you will visit Talisker Distillery, the oldest working distillery on Skye located in the picturesque village of Carbost on the shores of Loch Harport.

You will enjoy a guided tour of the Distillery,
Visit and learn about the casks in their warehouse, see their 5 copper pot stills that gives Talisker Whisky its unique taste.
And of course, enjoy a dram of their full-bodied whisky and the only Single Malt Whisky from Skye.

Visit: The Fairy Pools

Onwards to Glenbrittle and the magical Fairy Pools, Skye’s most popular attraction.
With their crystal clear waters and beautiful waterfalls it is easy to see why.
You will walk 20 minutes to the fairy pools themselves, an easy hike, allowing you to soak in the magnificent scenery all around you.

Ancient folklore says that fairies swim in these pools and if you are feeling brave, you may wish to do so as well.

Lunch Reservation: Loch Bay Restaurant

We recommend lunch reservations at Loch Bay Restaurant on the Waternish Peninsula.
A simple, friendly setting with magnificent views and a Michelin Star to their name, you are sure to have a lunch to remember.

Visit: Neist Point

Your driver will then take you to Neist Point and the most westerly point of Skye, at the tip of the Duirinish peninsula.
Here you will see one of the most famous lighthouses in all of Scotland, that was first lit back in 1909.
As well as the stunning scenery, keep an eye out for whales and dolphins below.  As you are on the cliffs there will also be lots of common seabirds to view too.

Visit: Dunvegan Castle & Gardens

Dunvegan Castle & Gardens is your next destination to visit, on the shores of Loch Dunvegan.
Long serving as the ancestral home of Clan MacLeod, this castle has stood on its rock for more than 800 years.
Explore inside the castle and navigate the five acres of 18th century gardens.

Stay & Dine: Kinloch Lodge

After a fun filled first day exploring the magical Isle of Skye, your driver will take you back to your luxury accommodation.


Day Eight – Skye’s Majestic Landscape

Portree – The Old Man of Storr
– Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls
– The Quiraing – The Fairy Glen

Accommodation: Kinloch Lodge

You will be met once more by your driver and start your second day of sightseeing on the majestic Isle of Skye:

Visit: Portree

Stop and explore Portree, the main town on the Isle of Skye.
With local craft shops and a bustling fishing port, you will have the opportunity to interact with friendly locals and experience the thriving culture of this town.
Have your camera at the ready as you will want to grab a picture of the brightly coloured cottage lined harbour.

Visit: The Old Man of Storr

Get ready for some famous walks and some jaw dropping scenery as your driver takes you on a mesmerising drive north of the town of Portree.

You will first stop at The Old Man of Storr, a monumental rock pinnacle that can be seen from far and wide.
A staggering sight to behold.  Be sure to have plenty of battery left in your camera as there are photo opportunities aplenty here.

Visit: Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls

Continue North to Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls.

You will notice that these ancient 90 metre cliffs resemble a pleated kilt, hence the name ‘Kilt Rock’.
You will witness both of these spectacular sights, Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls, from the same viewpoint on the Trotternish Peninsula.

The other beautiful sight here is Mealt waterfall, flowing from the nearby Mealt Loch the water plunges from the cliff tops to the rocky coast below.

Visit: The Quiraing

Next you will continue north to the most northerly point of the Trotternish ridge, The Quiraing.
As the ancient landscapes begin to unfold before your eyes, your driver will take you on a stunning drive down the narrow road and hairpin bends.

With rolling hills and cliffs surrounding you, there are opportunities here for a brief walk or hike. Be sure to have your camera ready to snap the gigantic pinnacles of rock as they bask in their glorious surroundings.

Visit: The Fairy Glen

Next stop, The Fairy Glen, on the west side of Trotternish.
An otherworldly experience awaits as you approach this supernatural looking landscape.
A short hike from the road, these rich and vibrant colours and fairytale views all around are a photographers paradise.
Be sure to keep a look out as legend has it that fairies live deep within this magical Glen…

Stay & Dine: Kinloch Lodge

After another truly memorable day of sightseeing, it is time to return to your luxury accommodation in the South of the Island.


Day Nine – The Beautiful Highlands

Travel over the Skye Bridge – Eilean Donan Castle
– The Torridon – Guided Hill Walk (Loch Torridon)

Accommodation: 5 Star Torridon Hotel

On this day, it is back to the mainland and up the Scottish Highlands we go.

Travel over the Skye Bridge

Visit: Eilean Donan Castle

As you wave goodbye to the Isle of Skye you will travel over Loch Alsh via the iconic Skye Bridge, soon to arrive at Kyle of Lochalsh and the incredible Eilean Donan Castle.
Certainly one of the most romantic settings in Scotland, this picturesque castle dates back to the 13th century and was the original seat of Clan MacKenzie.
Widely considered as the most beautiful castle in Scotland, due to the idyllic setting at the junction of three different lochs (Loch Long, Loch Duich and Loch Alsh).

Visit: Guided Hill Walk (Loch Torridon and Surrounding Areas)

You will route north further in to the Highlands before arriving into Wester Ross and the stunning Torridon village.
Your driver will drop you off at your accommodation where you will be met by your expert walking guide.
We want you to get the most out of walking in the Highlands, so starting at 1:30pm your local guide will take you on a Guided Hill Walk to lesser-known spots with the best views around Loch Torridon and the surrounding areas.  Your guide will have extensive local knowledge to navigate the best terrain for your abilities and ensure you see the most incredible scenery that Torridon is famous for.

Stay & Dine: The Torridon Hotel

Your accommodation for this evening is the 5 Star Torridon Hotel in Wester Ross.
Located at the tip of a beautiful sea loch this hotel was formerly a shooting lodge, now one of the best hotels in Scotland and has a AA 3 Rosette restaurant to its name. Dine at their stunning 1887 Restaurant, enjoying exquisite dishes, locally sourced ingredients, and an incredible selection of wines and whiskies.


Day Ten – Coast to Coast

Rogie Falls – Fyrish Monument
– Portmahomack – Tain – Glenmorangie Distillery

Accommodation: Glenmorangie Country House

On this day, your driver will take you on a captivating journey from the West Coast to the East Coast of the Highlands.

Visit: Rogie Falls

As you travel East you will stop at Rogie Falls, a beautiful spot just above the village of Contin.
Enjoy a short walk to the suspension bridge to view the waterfalls and the Black Water river in all their glory. Watch the water as it flows down from the nearby Ben Wyvis Mountain.
Rogie Falls are a sight to behold and famous for viewing leaping Atlantic salmon.

Visit: Fyrish Monument

As you reach the West Highlands you will be taken to view the Fyrish Monument, near Alness, Easter Ross.
Built on Fyrish Hill in 1782, these imposing pillars stand proudly overlooking the Cromarty Firth.
You will make the short walk up the ‘jubilee path’, through the woodland before arriving at the summit and the breathtaking views.

Visit: Portmahomack

You will then visit the small fishing village of Portmahomack.
We recommend you take the circular walk along the coast towards Tarbat Ness Lighthouse, the tallest lighthouse on the mainland at 40 metres.
Many find the Peninsula is a very entrancing area to explore.

Visit: Tain & Glenmorangie Distillery Tour

You will then make the short drive along the Dornoch Firth to Glenmorangie Distillery in the small yet lively town of Tain.
On approach to the gold barley fields, get ready for a warm highland welcome at the Glenmorangie Distillery.
Embark on a tour of the warehouses and the distillery itself, with unparalleled access.
Their expert guides will take you through each stage of the whisky making process that makes Glenmorangie so unique; from mashing and fermenting to the distilling and maturation.
The tour will end with a tasting of some delicious Glenmorangie highland single malts.

Stay & Dine: Glenmorangie Country House

You will then be taken to Glenmorangie House. Recently renovated, this world-class country home will be your accommodation for the evening.  A nine bedroom hotel with stunning views of the coast makes for the perfect Highland hideaway.

Purchased by whisky giants Glenmorangie in 1989 and later transformed into a luxury country house, this serene and beautiful place ensures an unforgettable highland experience.

Dine in their AA Rosette Awarded Restaurant and enjoy a unique dining experience in a dinner party style.


Day Eleven – Highland Nature & Beauty

Mermaid of the North – Chanonry Point
– Private Loch Ness Boat Tour – Urquhart Castle – Inverness

Accommodation: 5 Star Rocpool Reserve Hotel

After breakfast your driver will take you on a journey down the east coast of the Highlands to the ‘Capital of the Highlands’, Inverness.

View: Mermaid of The North

You will make a quick stop at the nearby village of Balintore.
Here you will see the Mermaid of the North, sitting on her rock – called ‘Clach Dubh’.

Visit: Chanonry Point

You will then visit Chanonry Point (Gaelic: Gob na Cananaich) on the Black Isle.
Widely acclaimed as the best place in the United Kingdom to see bottlenose dolphins from the land. Also, keep an eye out for seals, porpoises and otters.

The lighthouse you will see at the tip of Chanonry Point is still active and was first lit back in 1846.

Visit: Private Boat Tour of Loch Ness

You will then make your way to the village of Drumnadrochit, on the shores of Loch Ness.
Here you will join your private boat, the “Cluaran Dubh”, meet your skipper Gordon and embark on your Private Boat Tour of Loch Ness (approx. one hour).
You will enjoy stunning views of Loch Ness, The Great Glen, and Urquhart Castle.

Gordon, your skipper, was born, raised and still lives on the Loch Ness shores. He will enlighten you with anecdotes such as witches casting spells to protect Nessie ‘The Loch Ness Monster’ from cryptozoologists. A charming and entertaining journey with awe-inspiring scenery throughout.

Visit: Urquhart Castle

As you depart the boat you will take a tour of the iconic Urquhart Castle, which stands high on the banks of Loch Ness.
As you tour the castle ruins you will discover over 1,000 years of history at this unique site.

The views over the loch and the Great Glen are simply stunning.

Stay & Dine: Rocpool Reserve and Chez Roux Restaurant

After an eventful last day of touring, you will be dropped off at the 5 star Rocpool Reserve Hotel in Inverness.
This special Georgian mansion oozes class.  Admire the dramatic décor, quirky features and unique charm of this boutique hotel which ensures a final evening to remember.

Enjoy a sumptuous meal at the in-house restaurant.


Day Twelve – Farewell

Pick Up – Drop Off

After a fabulous trip, visiting the finest hotels in the country, you will say a fond farewell to Scotland. Your private driver will escort you to Inverness Airport, help you with your bags, and wish you safe travels.

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