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Travel is provided in luxurious Mercedes-Benz Vehicles which can accommodate for up to eight passengers. We believe that this size of group will create an intimate and exclusive experience. All tours at Marshall's Signature Travel can be designed to suit your individual and group needs. Particular points of interest can easily be included in your personal itinerary.

Below are a few examples which you may wish to consider. Day long tours usually last between seven and nine hours. Multiple Day Tours will include overnight hotel accommodation for you and your driver/guide. Your start and finish points can be factored into your personal itinerary. Please click on the links below to send us an enquiry, or for a quick basic costing for something specific please call us on (44) 0 7854 865 046.

One Day Tour

We travel to the picturesque town of Aberfoyle, the gateway to the Trossachs. The Trossachs (nick named) the “Pocket Highlands” boasts shining lochs, wooded glens and noble peaks. We stop at Loch Katrine where you can enjoy peaceful walks or take a boat trip or even hire a bicycle, all amidst stunning scenery. Next it’s on to Doune Castle a magnificent late 14th century courtyard castle with high walls and a dramatic look. Monty Pythons filming of the Holy Grail took place here. We then go on to visit The Famous Grouse Experience near the town of Crieff.

Aberfoyle - gateway to the Trossachs Loch Katrine
Doune Castle The Famous Grouse Experience

One Day Tour

We travel to Stirling Castle, impressive and resonant with history. If you only visit one castle in Scotland, make it this one. Then on to The Wallace Monument where you will learn of Sir William Wallace and the Battle of Stirling Bridge. We then travel to the Falkirk Wheel, the most remarkable piece of modern engineering in Britain. This fascinating contraption lifts boats 100ft between canals. Travel over the Forth Road Bridge to South Queensferry with breathtaking close up views of these iconic bridges.

Stirling Castle Wallace Monument
The Falkirk Wheel South Queensferry

One Day Tour

We Travel to the home of golf St Andrews with its splendid Old Course Hotel and golfer’s paradise. Visit the Cathedral and St Andrews Castle and check out the oldest University in Scotland attended by HRH Prince William. On to the Secret Bunker an underground nuclear control centre. We then travel through fishing villages Anstruther and Pittenweem with time to stop off. We complete our tour with a visit to the historic village of Falkland and it’s Palace, the former retreat of the Royal Stuart family.

St Andrews Secret Bunker
Anstruther Pittenweem
Falkland Palace & Historic Town

Two Day Tour

Day One

Our tour begins with a visit to Loch Lomond at the heart of Scotland’s first national park. We then travel the length of Loch Lomond to Crainlarich and Tyndrum before travelling through the spectacular scenery of Glencoe. Crossing the Ballachullish Bridge we journey on to Fort Willian and to the highest mountain in Great Britain, Ben Nevis. Spend some leisure time here and an over-night stay in Fort William.

Loch Lomond Glencoe
Ben Nevis Fort William

Day Two

Soon after we leave Fort William we arrive at the Commando Memorial, a group of bronze statues commemorating WWII soldiers who trained in the area. The views of Ben Nevis and the start of the Great Glen are magnificent. The Caledonian Canal connecting Fort William to Inverness passes through Fort Augustus (our next stop) in a dramatic series of locks stepping down to Loch Ness. We then travel along the shores of Loch Ness arriving at Urquhart Castle. These impressive ruins are a favourite Loch Ness Monster spotting location. Stop off in Inverness before we head to Culloden Battlefield, scene of the last-ever battle on British soil, where Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause was finally subdued, a turning point in the history of the Scottish nation. As we head down the A9 another stunning view awaits us at the Queens View.

Commando Memorial Fort Augustus
Urquhart Castle Loch Ness
Inverness Culloden Battlefield
Queens View

Three Day Tour

Day One

Our tour begins with a visit to Loch Lomond at the heart of Scotland’s first national park. We then travel north by the shores of Loch Lomond and on to Inverary passing through the spectacular Rest and Be Thankful. Visit the popular Jail House and stroll around the harbour area. Continuing north we reach the bustling town of Oban, the ferry terminal gateway to the western Isles. Leisure time and an over-night stay.

Loch Lomond Rest and be thankful
Inverary Oban

Day Two

Our journey through breathtaking and stunning scenery to the Isle of Skye includes stops at Fort William, Ben Nevis (the highest mountain in the British Isles) and Eilean Donan Castle the most photographed Castle in Scotland. Moving on to the Kyle of Lochalsh we find time to view the spectacular Skye Bridge, before crossing to the Isle of Skye and on to Portree to enjoy some leisure time and an overnight stay.

Fort William Eilean Donan Castle
Kyle Of Lochalsh Isle of Skye
Portree

Day Three

The Caledonian Canal connecting Fort William to Inverness passes through Fort Augustus (our first stop) in a dramatic series of locks stepping down to Loch Ness. We then travel along the shores of Loch Ness arriving at Urquhart Castle. These impressive ruins are a favourite Loch Ness Monster spotting location. Stop off in Inverness before we head to Culloden Battlefield, scene of the last-ever battle on British soil, where Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Jacobite cause was finally subdued, a turning point in the history of the Scottish nation. A stop off at Dalwhinnie Whisky Distillery where you can sample the delights of Scotland’s world famous drink.
Fort Augustus Loch Ness
Urquhart Castle Inverness
Culloden Battlefield Dalwhinnie Whisky Distillery



 

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