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Welcome to Glasgow! Enjoy an orientation drive around Scotland’s largest city and see why this place is one of the liveliest and most cosmopolitan destinations in Europe.

Sample Hotel

Radisson Blu Glasgow

Meals

Full Breakfast

After enjoying breakfast, drive to the nearby coastal town of Prestwick. Founded in 1851, Prestwick is the birthplace of The Open Championship, and remains one of the best golfing experiences in the world. A classic links course carved out of the dunes, Prestwick went through a major redevelopment in 1999, cementing the course as one for all serious golfers to tick off their list. Non-golfers can prepare your cameras for a day trip to Loch Lomond. Take in the spectacular lake and its surroundings on a boat cruise, before returning to Glasgow for some free time to explore.

Sample Hotel

Radisson Blu Glasgow

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Prestwick, Loch Lomond

Depart Glasgow and begin your journey towards the Highlands. Travel through Glencoe aka “Glen of the Weeping” – the site of the infamous massacre of the Macdonald Clan in 1692 and one of the most magnificent natural regions in Scotland. Stop at the Commando Memorial near Fort William for breathtaking views of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis, and continue along the banks of Loch Ness stopping to visit Urquhart Castle. Next up, enjoy an afternoon cruise on the famous Loch Ness (keeping your eyes peeled for Nessie, of course!). Later, arrive in Inverness, the capital of the majestic Highlands.

Sample Hotel

Kingsmills Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Commando Memorial, Ben Nevis, Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle

Take to the green for a round of golf at the stunning Castle Stuart Championship course. The spectacular setting overlooking the Moray Firth presents a memorable seascape punctuated with local landmarks such as the Kessock Bridge, Chanonry Lighthouse, Fort George and Ben Wyvis. Non-golfers, enjoy a day of Highland sightseeing at its best. Start with a visit to Cawdor Castle, romantically linked to Shakespeare with Macbeth. Then, on to visit the battlefields of Culloden.

Sample Hotel

Kingsmills Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Castle Stuart, Highland

Travel through Cairngorms National Park stopping at the Glenlivet Distilllery for a tour (and of course a “wee dram”). Next, continue through the stunning countryside before arriving at Glamis Castle – famed as being the childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, birthplace of HRH The Princess Margaret and the setting for Shakespeare's ‘Macbeth’. This evening, arrive in St Andrews, known around the world as the “Home of Golf”. The ruins of St Andrews Castle dating from 1200 are still evident today.

Sample Hotel

Old Course Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Cairngorms National Park , Glenlivet Distilllery , Glamis Castle , St Andrews

Your first stop this morning is at Scone Palace. Once the crowning place for the Kings of Scots, it has an exciting and colorful history. As you walk its halls and grounds, you are following the footsteps of Macbeth and Robert the Bruce. Golfers enjoy a round on the Castle Course at St Andrews Links. The Castle Course opened in 2008, becoming the seventh course in the town and part of the largest public golfing complex in Europe. Set on a rugged cliff-top with spectacular views over St Andrews, The Castle Course offers a memorable golfing experience.

Sample Hotel

Old Course Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Scone Palace, The Castle Course, St Andrews

During a comprehensive tour of Scotland’s capital, visit Edinburgh Castle perched high above the city, see the Royal Mile and admire the Georgian architecture in the New Town. Finally, visit Holyrood Palace, home of Mary Queen of Scots and residence of Her Majesty the Queen when she is in Edinburgh. Later, embrace your inner Scot with a traditional evening of song, dance and Scottish fare.

Sample Hotel

The Howard Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Edinburgh Castle , Royal Mile , New Town, Holyrood Palace

Muirfield was designed in 1891 by Old Tom Morris and is simply one of the best golf courses in the world. Thick rough and the 151 bunkers, many of which are cavernous, make Muirfield a severe, but fair, test of golf. Non-golfers enjoy a visit to Rosslyn Chapel, famous for its association with the film, ‘The Da Vinci Code’. Myths, legends and Hollywood fiction writing have given Rosslyn a unique sense of mystery and wonder. On your return to Edinburgh, visit The Royal Yacht Britannia, which was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years. Now berthed in Edinburgh, you can follow in the footsteps of royalty to discover the heart and soul of this most special of royal residences.

Sample Hotel

The Howard Hotel

Meals

Full Breakfast

Highlights

Muirfield, Rosslyn Chapel, The Royal Yacht Britannia

Sadly, today your Scotland vacation has come to its final day. Transfer to Edinburgh Airport in plenty of time to check in for your transatlantic flight.

Meals

Full Breakfast

What's Included?

Dedicated, private chauffeur, serving as your local expert through the duration of your trip

Luxury private vehicle for your group of any size

Your selection of hand-selected accommodations of castles, manors and hotels

Your selection of courses: 

Prestwick Golf Club
Castle Stuart Golf Links
St Andrews – Castle Course
St Andrews – New Course
Muirfield
Carnoustie Golf Links
Kingsbarns Golf Links
Gleneagles
Turnberry Golf Club

Pre-organized sightseeing tailored to perfection for both golfers and non-golfers. Plan your days with your chauffeur at your own pace.

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Full breakfast included daily

*Price is per person, land only and based on double occupancy. Subject to availability; varies by inclusions and travel dates. CST#2084503-20