Sightseeing Tours of Scotland


Whilst staying at Kilconquhar Castle Estate, enjoy an escape with one the organised tours. Carefully planned by knowledgeable drivers who will personally engage with all passengers on the small coach, there are a number of different and interesting routes to choose from. Alternatively groups of up to 16 passengers can hire the coach and the driver for full or half day private excursions. Coaches are also available for airport or rail transfers, for more information on the tours or transfers, please contact the Leisure Team.


The coaches tours are provided by Capercaillie Travel.


East Neuk


Enjoy an afternoon visiting the picturesque villages and harbours of this unique corner of Scotland, before heading for St Andrews, the mediaeval city world renowned as the home of golf.


Shop and Tour of Edinburgh


Enjoy the sights of the capital including Arthur’s Seat, Holyrood Palace and the magnificent Edinburgh Castle before exploring the unique shops that this compact city offers.


Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond


The essential tour through 'Braveheart' country. After a photo stop at the stunning Wallace Monument, enjoy a visit to Stirling Castle, childhood home of Mary Queen of Scots. Followed by a scenic drive through the Trossachs, home of Rob Roy and Scotland's first National Park, enjoy a stop for lunch and shopping at the Scottish Wool Centre. After lunch, the tour heads west to 'the bonnie, bonnie banks of Loch Lomond'.


Glencoe and Loch Ness


Don’t forget your camera for this tour, referred to as ‘the big yin’ which takes in Ben Nevis, Loch Linnhe, Fort Augustus, Loch Laggan, Pitlochry and of course keep a look out for a famous face when visiting the infamous Loch Ness.


Perthshire Tour


After visiting the 14th Century Dunkeld Cathederal, the tour moves on to Eradour, Scotland's smallest Whisky Distillery where, after a tour of the distillery, you can enjoy a sample of their 'water of life'. Having stopped for a little shopping and lunch in Pitlochry, the tour heads through Birnam wood to Glamis Castle, a truly magnificent castle with fairytalesque qualities. (Please note that from Jan-April, Glamis Castle is only open to groups of 10 or more. In the event of there not being sufficient numbers, we will allow more time in Pitlochry with a chance to tour the Heathergems Factory of Blair Athol Distillery and a visit to the Queen's View on Loch Tummel).


Ghost and Torture Tour of Edinburgh


Witness the grisly past of Edinburgh, where the legendary Burke and Hare terrorised the streets of the Old Town and venture into the vaults of the underground city where the very smell of the surroundings will haunt you forever.

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