Historic Highlands

Scotland and in particular the Highlands are an ancient and mysterious land.  From the historical battlefield of Culloden to the mystical fairy Glen we have put together three experiences that we are sure you'll love. 

Jacobite Experience

Our tour starts at the historic Culloden Battlefield where in 1746 the Jacobite army under Bonnie Prince Charlie were heavily defeated.  Entry to the visitor centre is included in your price.  Your experience includes afternoon tea at Culloden House Hotel which was used by Bonnie Prince Charlie as his lodging and battle Headquarters prior to the fateful battle on the moor.  You are then taken to Fort George home to one of Scotland's largest regimental museums which was an artillery fortress built after the battle to keep the defeated Highlanders in check.  You are then returned to your collection point/accommodation.  The price for this experience, transportation and all that is included is £125 per person.

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Mystical Highlands

Our day starts at Clootie Well which is an old pilgrimage spot and has a forest decorated with brightly coloured rags tied to the trees.  For thousands of years and since pre-Christian times people have come to this forest to visit the wells and springs dipping cloth in the water and tying it to a branch while saying a prayer to the spirits and goddesses.  A practice you can take part in on your experience!  The tour then moves on to Fairy Glen where local children would decorate springs with flowers in the hope that the fairies would keep the water clean.  This practice has gone on for thousands of years. You'll also see the money trees where hundreds of old coins are hammered into the bark as offerings to the fairies.  Your last stop before being returned home is the 4,000 year old bronze age cemetery of Clava Cairns which is the most favoured contender for the inspiration behind the site of Craigh na Dun from the series "Outlander".  The price per person is £120 and includes all your visits, transportation and a luxury picnic hamper.

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Cawdor Castle

We will take you to Cawdor Castle and gardens, famous as the place where Shakespeare's MacBeth murdered Duncan.  There you will see fine period furniture and features and experience Shakespearian literature.  You can then enjoy lunch at the cafe.  On the way home we stop off at Wester Hardmuir Farm where you pick your own fresh summer fruit and can treat yourself to an ice cream, cake or homemade jam!  Prices are from £79 per person.

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