Bespoke Tours

£800.00 for Bruce to be your guide  (1-6 people)

Would you like to put together your own plan for a tour of the sites and sights of Scotland? Fantastic! I’ll make that happen.

Tell me your interests and I’ll help with your plan. Then I’ll come, in a quality vehicle, to where you are and take you to where you want to go. Just tell me what you’re looking for: distilleries, castles, battle sites, settings from Outlander, Highland views and delightful picnic areas, places associated with figures from history, or a visit to your ancestral home.

Loch Lomond, Loch Ness, Roslyn Chapel, Isle of Skye, you choose. I am happy to collect you from where you are, take you to what you want to enjoy and tell you what I know along the way, but most importantly the time is yours.

On a Bespoke Tour you pay a fixed fee per day for myself and a vehicle for your group of up to eight. You can adapt one of my planned options into a bespoke tour, or you can choose a completely different itinerary to suit your group.

  •  You could visit a medieval castle, then travel through the Trossachs, visit the grave of Rob Roy and take a boat trip on Loch Lomond.
  • You could Visit Scotland’s oldest whisky distillery, visit famous beauty spots, visit a Jacobite battle site, and travel through the highlands to visit a cooperage to see how whisky barrels are made.
  • You could travel round Scotland to visit film locations from the Outlander series.
  • You could visit the island prison of Mary Queen of Scots, travelling on to the home of Golf before visiting the crowning place of Scottish kings.
  • …and much more.



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The One O'Clock Gun: Some Scottish Humour and History

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