Luxury Honeymoons & Holidays in Scotland

Why should you travel to Scotland with us?

Rugged isles, rolling hills and dramatic castles – Scotland offers up the greatest of the Great British outdoors.

Whenever we feel in need of a dose of fresh air, we look to Scotland. From the breathtaking beauty of the Isle of Skye to the dramatic splendour of Edinburgh’s historic streets, our Scottish itineraries are all about history, wilderness, whiskey and comfort. Ride the Hogwarts Express, go behind the scenes at closed-door distilleries, take a front row seat at the Military Tattoo, and kayak across the glimmering surface of Loch Ness. And that’s just the beginning.

What to see and do in Scotland

As ever, if you can’t see it here then we can still plan it for you.

NESSIE LIVES

An enchanting mix of remote nature reserves and vibrant cities, a luxury vacation to this country is one of our best kept secrets. Often overlooked in favour of its southern companion, a trip to Scotland is for those craving authenticity and a breath of the wild. With the help of our experts and on-site liaisons, your time in Scotland will include castles, mountains, an insiders look at the up-and-coming art scene, and – if you’re lucky – a Loch Ness monster spotting.

EXPLORE THE OUTER HEBRIDES

Scotland is home to over 700 islands, but our favorites sit on the jagged and secluded west coast of the country. This cluster of far-flung islands are littered with medieval castles, quaint cottages, white-sand beaches, and alluring landscapes. Our luxury tours of the inner and outer Herbides include seaside villages, UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a disproportionate amount of five-star meals, and private boat excursions.

ENTER THE HIGHLANDS

After days admiring the famed Arthurs Seat in Edinburgh, a couple of days in the inspiring Scottish Highlands is our ideal version of a restoring and rejuvenating excursion for the body and mind. There’s both a wild and romantic feel to this part of the country, brimming with historic castles and outdoor activities for all sorts of travellers. A tailormade tour to the Highlands will ensure you’re exposed to the magic this mountainous paradise has to offer.

DOUBLE UP WITH ENGLAND

Scotland in conjunction with its friendly neighbor England is a combination vacation that ticks every box on the perfect U.K. tour. Begin in one of the worlds greatest cities, London, exploring the likes of Buckingham Palace and Borough Market, continuing North in the following days on an all-encompassing British road trip. Visit famed Oxford, experience the gourmet cuisine of the Lake District, enjoy a stay at Scotland’s notorious Gleneagles property, and – if you fancy it – indulge in a private whisky tasting in Edinburgh.

The best of Scotland

Edinburgh

Bohemian, quirky and incredibly down-to-earth.

Every Scot you speak with will likely agree that Edinburgh is breathtakingly beautiful all year round – whether there’s a soft layer of snow on the castle or bursts of green ivy creeping up city walls. However, in August when the sun is shining and Fringe festival-goers are chortling in the streets, Edinburgh truly comes to life. Alongside Fringe, the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo takes centre stage, with performers from around the world showcasing their choreographed music and dance – think bag pipes, drums, battle tunes and fireworks. It’s an evening not to be missed, so give us the nod and we’ll get you front row seats.

Isle of Skye

Scotland’s most famous Hebride – and rightly so.

A land of rugged mountain peaks, mystical seascapes and isolated bothys; journeying around the otherworldy terrain of Skye is a feast for the senses. In Staffin uncover prehistoric dinosaur footprints, at the Old Man of Storr listen to tales of Scottish folklore, in Portree gorge on freshly caught seafood and on the Isle of Rona spy on seals basking. For your very own history lesson, we’ll introduce you to our friend and local guide in Portree before setting sail aboard a private chartered 40-foot catamaran in pursuit of the Isle of Rona. Once in Rona, discover the 14th century chapel of ‘An Teampull’ and the dramatic Church Cave.

The Cairngorms

The place to bag a munro.

Home to ancient forests, iconic wildlife and some of the UK’s highest peaks, the Cairngorms are one of Scotland’s most special and cared for landscapes. And with 55 of Scotland’s 282 munros (or peaks) located in the Cairngorms, ‘bagging a munro’ is obligatory when visiting this beautiful area. Accompanied by an expert mountain guide to help reach the summit, you couldn’t be in safer hands as you take on the vast peaks – at your own pace of course. Back on the ground at the sublime Fife Arms, you’ll be rewarded with a freshly prepared Scottish dinner and a tumbler (or two) of local whiskey.

The Fife Arms, Braemar

Somewhere, in the shadow of the Grampian Mountains, amid the swirling mists of the Cairngorms National Park, lies a place quite unlike any other. The…
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The Balmoral, Edinburgh

As a hotel that prides itself on contemporary luxury, it is no surprise that this place oozes elegance. With 188 stylish rooms and suites offering…
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Inverlochy Castle, The Highlands

Though the thought of staying in a centuries-old castle may seem intimidating, friendly staff and a welcoming atmosphere are what make Inverlochy Castle what it is.…
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