This five day four-night tour takes in three different Tulip runs which will take you deep into the surrounding Highlands, whose rugged beauty is legendary. The routes have been specially chosen for the variety of their scenery and you’ll be able to enjoy some truly breathtaking views as the road unwinds in front of you.
Among other places, you’ll drive through Glencoe – the site of the infamous massacre of 1692 involving the Campbells and the MacDonald’s – Duke’s Pass in the Trossachs and the quaintly named Rest and Be Thankful Pass in the Argyll Forest Park our ten-loch run that includes the total length of Loch Fyne.
Every route has been carefully planned and our tour book ensures that participants don’t miss out on places of scenic or historical interest. We provide clear and easy-to-follow instructions so that navigators can enjoy the day as much as the drivers
Explore our favorite area of Scotland in unbeatable style and comfort. We have been visiting this area for over 22 years so we’re confident that we have the knowledge and experience to serve up something special. Our fabulous Scotland in Style Tour serves up uncluttered roads, stunning scenery, 5-Star accommodation and food in the company of like-minded companions all the ingredients for a truly memorable tour.
One location means minimal hassle
One of the great joys of this five day, four-night tour is that despite ranging far and wide across majestic countryside, we return to the same hotel every evening. This means that you only need to unpack once and can therefore fully relax on your return and make the most of the hotel’s wonderful leisure amenities.
Where you’ll be staying
Recently refurbished Cameron House is one of the best five Star hotels in Scotland. It offers superb service and has unrivalled in-house facilities including a gym, three pools, sauna and squash courts. Outside, there is a challenging golf course, and efficient but friendly staff are always on hand to help. Its location on the famous banks of Loch Lomond makes Cameron House an excellent base point from which to explore this beautiful scenic area by car.
A delicious full Scottish breakfast will set you up for the day’s motoring adventure, while a three-course evening meal is the perfect way to help you to unwind before a nightcap, bed and a good night’s sleep. And there’s absolutely no truth in the suggestion that the choice of over 250 whiskies behind the bar in any way influenced our choice of hotel!
The Highland Observation Trophy
This light-hearted competition option asks the group to look out for various sites and landmarks en-route and to mark them down on their route book, which leads to lots of good-natured fun.
Each correctly identified object scores a point and on the last evening, the scores are added up and the winners are awarded The Highland Observation Trophy to take home and keep.