In this article we'll answer all the questions we often get asked about dog-friendly holidays in Scotland.
What are the best dog-friendly places to visit? Where can you stay that will not only tolerate but welcome your dog with open arms? And where can you eat with your canine companion …
Speyside is definitely the heart of the scotch malt whisky industry - there more than 50 distilleries in this small area. You can drive from one end of Speyside to the other in an hour, but exploring all of the whisky experiences on offer would take years.
Here's our guide …
According to the Scotch Whisky Regulations 2009, there are 5 different categories of Scotch:
- Single Malt Scotch Whisky;
- Single Grain Scotch Whisky;
- Blended Malt Scotch Whisky;
- Blended Grain Scotch Whisky; and
- Blended Scotch Whisky.
... but the regulations alone don't tell the whole story. Here's our guide to the …
Dumfries and Galloway might not quite have the exalted whisky history of the Highlands and Islands, but the distilleries here have quietly turned out excellent whiskies for years.
More recently, a number of gin distilleries have opened up. This part of Scotland is already known as a foodie destination, and …
Campbeltown is the smallest whisky region in Scotland, but it's a firm favourite among connoisseurs. Once upon a time, there were 30 distilleries in the town, and it was known as The Whisky Capital of the World, but these days only 3 distilleries remain. Don't let that put you …
As part of your bespoke Scottish itinerary, we can arrange a private chauffeur for you.
Those who prefer to relax and enjoy the views will love the stress-free experience of being driven by a knowledgeable and friendly private chauffeur.
From airport transfers to fully accompanied chauffeurred tours, we can book …