Winter Bespoke Private Tour
From sunrise to sunset: What you can enjoy in Scotland in winter in a day! Tours from £375 per day depending of passenger numbers and starting points
With the shorter days in winter taking lengthy drives into the heartland of the highlands become less joyful. Whereas in summer the sky literally is your limit (17.30 hrs daylight) by end of October we have 9 hour day demonising to only 7 hours in December.
However, that should not stop you from visiting the amazing landscapes and people of Scotland.
We have therefore created some examples of a winter tour which will allow you to enjoy sunrise and sunset at equally amazing locations:
Take an hours drive within stunning settings to Glamis Castle and explore the Royal family links to this impressive castle. Have lunch here or somewhere on the way (your driver can advise on locations and book tables accordingly).
Arrive for sunset at the unique setting of Dunnottar castle ruin
Take the joyful dawn atmosphere on a comfortable drive of an hour and a half back to St Andrews
View in good maps: https://goo.gl/maps/cbUCj3nrpQ62
List of other attractions:
Castles, Churches, historic buildings & attractions:
Edinburgh Christmas Market Tour:
Enjoy a scenic drive along the costal route to Edinburgh centre and visit the Christmas Market, take a leisurely walk across the city centre, exploring
Enjoy a delightful lunch or dinner in one of Edinburgh's many exquisite restaurants and return comfortably to St Andrews.
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Price on Request
October — February
Covid 19 Facilities
- Advance booking essential
- COVID-19 measures in place
- COVID-19 refund and cancellation policy in place
- COVID-19 risk assessment completed
- Capacity limit
- Contactless payment possible
- Deep cleaning between visitors
- Face masks available for visitors
- Hygiene screens in place
- Pets welcome during COVID-19 restrictions
- Socially distanced spaced seating
Tour company information
We offer our time and expertise to help compose your private tour through Scotland, tailored to your interests, your time schedule, unique to your itinerary. This nation of fairytale castles, stories and scenery has endless possibilities. Whether it’s Golf, history, Whisky, or heritage, Highlands, fishing, art… We are not bound to a set schedule and have the experience to balance driving and exploring time. Drop us an email or contact form and we will get in touch. Do let us know which highlights you don’t want to miss…
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