Carrs Loch Lomond specialise in tours for small groups and families in our luxury Mercedes (7 seater) Viano Minibuses. If you require a tour for only 4 passengers we can supply one of our luxury Mercedes Saloon cars.
Carrs Loch Lomond specialise in Tours, Wedding car hire, Chauffeur car hire, Minibus hire, Airport transfers and Golfing trips based near Loch Lomond covering Loch Lomond, Glasgow, Stirling, Ayrshire, Edinburgh and Scotland.Carrs Loch Lomond are a family business based on the shores of Loch Lomond the gateway to the Scottish Highlands. All members of family are involved in the day to day running of the business. With vast experience the company can assist you with any enquiries you may have regarding transportation whether it be to your special wedding day, sporting event, chauffeur drive, business trip, Airport transfer or Tours of Scotland. You can rely on Carrs Loch Lomond to make whatever service you choose hassle free - hence the reason we call our operation a 'Platinum service'. Carrs Loch Lomond specialise in tours for small groups and families in our luxury Mercedes (7 seater) Viano Minibuses. If you require a tour for only 4 passengers we can supply one of our luxury Mercedes Saloon cars. Tours can comprise of anything from a half day, full day or longer if required. (From £25 Per Person) All our vehicles are driven by reliable chauffeurs in full uniform who are willing to assist as required. Chauffeurs can be dressed in the full Scottish kilt regalia if required (additional cost). Please contact us stating your proposed schedule of requirements and a full quote can be given to you. We are happy to meet and greet at either Hotels, Ferry ports or airport terminals. We have shown examples of our most popular tours. Half day tour Whisky and Loch tour Pickup morning or afternoon and travel to Glengoyne Distillery (an hourly guided tour is available at the distillery at a cost of £7 entry fee on arrival). We will leave Glengoyne and pass Scotland's only Lake - The Lake of Menteith - on way to Callander (this is Rob Roy Mcgregor country) then passing through the Trossachs giving you the chance to admire Loch Venachar, Loch Achray and Loch Katrine. At Loch Katrine there is the over 100 years old steam ship named 'Sir Walter Scott' which carries out two sailings per day in summer. Loch Katrine has supplied the city of Glasgow with fresh water for over 100 years. Return to your destination over the Duke's pass making a short stop at the view point at Marshall Lodge on the Duke's pass. Return to your destination by Aberfoyle a little village in the Queen Elizabeth forrest park. During this trip stops are available for photo's on the way. Full day tours West Coast Castle's and Islands Leave Glasgow or the surrounding area and take in Loch Lomond, a view of Ben Lomond heading to the top of the Loch taking you into the more moutainous regions at Crianlarich and Tyndrum. We then make our way to Glencoe where the massacre of the Macdonalds took place in 1692. We then head to Ballachulish on route to Fort William where Ben Nevis the highest mountain in the British Isles (4408 feet) can be viewed. We can stop of a Fort William for a break and then head via the costal route down to the ferry port and fishing town of Oban where you can have time to see McCaig's Foley and view the surrounding islands of Lismore, Mull and Jura. Another place to visit in Oban is the distillery. On our return trip from Oban we will travel along the shores of Loch Awe where the ancient castle of Kilchurn can be seen. We then head down to Inverary where we pass the jail, the castle and Loch Fyne before going over the Rest and be Thankful on to Loch Lomond side passing through Luss which is often described as one of Scotland's most beautiful villages and is much patronised by television crews. After leaving Luss we will pass the world famous Loch Lomond Golf club on our return journey to your destination. During this trip stops are available for photos. Mystery Tour Leave our pickup point and head for the ancient capital of Lennox where Dumbarton Castle proudly stands. We can then head for Helensburgh where the pioneer of steam navigation Henry Bell came to live and John Logie Baird television pioneer was born. From there we go on up to Faslane where the trident warships can be viewed from a vantage point. As we travel over the hills to Loch Lomond we visit Loch Lomond Shores complex. Now heading back we pass the famous Loch Lomond Golf Club and the Carrick Golf Course and then on to the conservation village of Luss where photos can be taken of both the Loch and Islands. From there we travel to Tarbet and follow on to Ardlui at the top of the Loch and turn right at Crianlarich and head for Lochearnhead, Balquidder and Strathyre down to Callander. Now passing through the ancient town of Doune we can see Doune Castle which was built in the late 14th century and then on to Dunblane where you will see Dunblane Cathedral. Going on to the ancient city of Stirling where the Castle, the Old Church of Holyrood and the Wallace Monument are important sites to see. We then go on to Bannockburn where the Battle was fought in 1314 and then return to our destination. East Coast Tour After pickup we head to the City of Edinburgh (Scotland’s capital) where we can drive around most of the sightseeing areas e.g. The Castle, The Mound, Holyrood. The Scottish Parliament and the The Royal Yacht Brittania which is anchored at Leith. We would then head over the Forth Road Bridge leading into the kingdom of Fife where depending on your personal requirements we can either visit the small quaint fishing villages such as Elie, Pittenweem, Anstruther and Crail or make our way to view the famous golf Courses around St Andrews e.g. Fairmont, New Kings, Old Course, Kings Barns and the Dukes and stop off at the old University town of St Andrews. On our return trip we would pass Leuchers which is renowned for its RAF station before reaching your destination. We can also make up a tour to suit your own personal requirements. You may wish to travel to venues such as Border counties, Ayrshire coast, Perthshire, Stirlingshire or over to the East coast for a tour of Fife or Edinburgh. (Meals and entrance fees to attractions are not included in tour prices)
When booking if you mention Visit Scotland you will receive a 10% discount on your tour.