Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness

Loch Ness

Oban, Isle of Skye and Loch Ness 4 day Tour

Take this 4 day tour to experience some of the best that Scotland has to offer! Including Oban, The Seafood Capital of The West Coast of Scotland, the breath-taking scenery of the Isle of Skye and the iconic Loch Ness.

£1600.00 for 4 day tour for up to 1 - 8 passengers, accommodation, meals and entrance fees not included.

DAY 1:

Collection from accommodation in Glasgow, drive 40 minutes to Loch Lomond, visiting the lovely conservation village of Luss. After spending time in Luss, you will travel through the Argyll Forest, stopping at ‘The Rest and Be Thankful’ for fabulous photo opportunity. Travelling onto Inveraray, on the banks of Loch Fyne for lunch at 17th Century George Hotel, afterwards walking around the town. Drive to Kilchurn Castle, a fantastic ruined castle nestling on Loch Awe. Then onwards to Oban, the Seafood Capital of The West Coast of Scotland, possible Whisky tour at Oban Distillery (£12.00 per person). Overnight stay in Oban.


DAY 2:

Collection from Oban, travelling along the coastal route, stopping off at Appin for photo opportunity at Stalker Castle. 30 minute drive to the breathtaking Glencoe, possible gentle walk to ‘The Hidden Glen’. Travelling to Fort William to visit Inverlochy Castle before passing through The Great Glen passing Loch Lochy and Loch Oich, stopping off at Invergarry Hotel for lunch before travelling over the sea to Isle of Skye, overnight stay on Skye.


DAY 3:

Collection from accommodation, visit The Faerie Glen, Quaraing, Kilt Rock, travel to Eilean Donan Castle on the mainland, lunch opportunity. Onwards to The Falls of Invermorsiston (beautiful natural waterfall) then onwards to Loch Ness, stop off at Urquhart Castle for photo opportunity, where most sightings of Loch Ness monster have taken place. Possible boat trip - £15.00 per person. Overnight stay at Inverness.


DAY 4:

Collection from accommodation, first visit is Culloden Battlefield where you will hear of Bonnie Prince Charlie and his Jacobite uprising in 1746. Next stop is Clava Cairns, a Bronze aged burial tomb and standing stones. Drive through The Cairngorms National Park, stopping off at The Falls of Bruar, short walk to the waterfall then lunch. Drive back to Glasgow via Stirling. 

Bottled water, light snacks and sip of whisky included in price quoted.

Babies and children welcome - car seats provided free of charge

Ample luggage space


Price on Request

Departure days

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

January — December

Contact details

Scottish Terrier Tours

17 Castle Wemyss Drive

Tour information


  • Glasgow


4 Days


  • Minibus


  • Private


  • English

Tour Stops

Scottish Terrier Tours

Tour company information

Scottish Terrier Tours

We are a family run tour company based in the west of Scotland, providing private small group tours. Myself and my wife Tracy are specialists in itinerary planning for families and friends wishing to see the best of Scotland, transport, accommodation, and the best restaurants will all be provided. We also can plan day tours from Glasgow and Edinburgh visiting the Highlands and Stirling castle, cruise ship excursions from Greenock. Invergordon, South Queensferry, are available. For Outlander fans tours including Lallybroch and Castle Leoch can be arranged with knowledgeable Outlander Guides.

Opening times

24 hours

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