For more information, or to book a tour, please contact the hotel ahead of your stay with us. Our tours are very popular and spaces can be limited and so booking well in advance is necessary to avoid any disappointment.
Explore Two Stunning Scottish Isles
From ancient castles and abbeys, to rare wildlife and spectacular scenery, Mull and Iona have something to offer everyone.
Mull is the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides with its fantastic array of historical sights, wildlife and scenery. Iona is the birthplace of Christianity in Scotland and burial site of numerous medieval Scottish, Irish and Norse kings. This is where the Book of Kells was completed around 800 AD, before Viking raids shattered its sanctuary.
Discover the stories of pilgrims and scholars, raiders and kings at Iona Abbey, and learn about 800 years of history of one of Scotland’s oldest Clans at Duart Castle.
Capture Scotland’s Stunning Landscapes
Among Scotland’s numerous photography hot-spots, Glencoe always stands out as one of the most diverse and dramatic landscapes. These rugged and remote environments are famous hunting grounds for the aspiring landscape photographer throughout the year, and we have unique locations that are especially worth digging out the wide-angle lens for.
You will spend the day with an experienced photography guide who will take you on a full day's guided experience of Glencoe. You will work in 7 different locations to get the most out of the area, and private tuition means that your guide can tailor the day to your interests.
Discover Scotland’s First National Park
Today is all about the scenery as you traverse dramatic mountain ranges, pass through Scotland's first National Park, and witness lands that have inspired, artists, poets and song writers for centuries and, more recently, film and series makers.
The Trossachs, Scotland's first national park covers 720 square miles of lochs, glens, and mountains, boasting unparalleled biodiversity. Rivers are clear, ospreys still soar above ancient deciduous trees, and squirrels are bright flashes of red, not grey.
You’ll have the chance to set sail on Loch Lomond’s shimmering waters, visit the great fortifications of Inveraray Castle, and enjoy a scenic drive up Loch Linnhe.
Discover the Life of a Local Fisherman
Join a local fisherman on the West Coast of Scotland for an authentic experience catching lobsters/crabs in a sustainable manner. Should you catch a suitable lobster you may even get to take it back to your hotel for the chef to prepare as dinner.
This carefully chosen route through Glenfinnan and up Loch Linnhe to your fishing location at Arisaig will provide some stunning landscapes and beautiful viewpoints. You’ll have views of the famous Glenfinnan Viaduct, an opportunity to stand before the Lone Highlander Monument, and viewpoints to photograph the picturesque Castle Stalker.