Welcome to Edinburgh and the east of Scotland, a location well positioned for exploring Southern Scotland and Northern England.
Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital, is a very popular as a tourist destination with attractions and events such as Edinburgh Castle, Royal Mile, Edinburgh New Town,Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo and Edinburgh Fringe. Visitors to Edinburgh may wish to use the city as a base to venture out and explore sites and attractions within reach of Edinburgh.
Tell me a little about Custom Tours from Edinburgh with Catswhiskers.
Edinburgh is a good base to visit a wide range of well known and interesting sites, in both England and Scotland, usually within the course of one day.
Here is summary information on a popular sites accessible from Edinburgh:-
Castles within reach of Edinburgh include: Stirling Castle, Castle Campbell, Craigmillar Castle, St.Andrews Castle, Dirleton Castle, Tantallon Castle and Bothwell Castle.
Highlights of Hadrian’s Wall
Glenkinchie Whisky Distillery.
Glenkinchie is located about forty minutes south of Edinburgh. Regular tours of the distillery are available.
The Borders Region features rolling countryside, historic abbeys, textile manufacturing, castles, Border Reivers and associated sites, Abbotsford House ( Sir Walter Scott) and grand houses such as Floors Castle.
Fife Coast and St. Andrews
Follow the Fife Coast north-east of Edinburgh and visit such quaint and historic villages as Lower Largo, Elie, St. Monans, Pittenweem, Anstruther, Crail plus the golfing and university city of St. Andrews.
Stirling and Central Scotland
Loch Ness and Highlands
Antonine Wall and associated Roman era sites
Connect with the Roman Frontier of the second century AD.
A highlights tour of Glasgow is feasible within a day.
Located about seven miles south of Edinburgh. In addition to the Rosslyn Chapel a day tour could include Glenkinchie Distillery and Dirleton Castle.
A massive castle plus extensive gardens located in Northumberland, N.E. England. ‘Harry Potter’ connection has enhanced popularity.
A private tour to connect with personal ancestry sites can be arranged.
A wide range of courses along the east of Scotland where the sport originated, including, of course, St. Andrews and its famous Old Course.
We can provide:
For more information contact Nigel:-
T: 44 (0) 141 638 5500.
We look forward to hearing from you!