Escape to Speyside on a customised private tour, in the company of a local whisky insider and professionally accredited driver-guide. Let me create a Speyside experience tailored to your wishes. Each tour is entirely bespoke, whether your interest lies in Speyside’s whisky distilleries, in exploring your Scottish ancestry, in the history and culture of this […]
Castles & Historic Sites
Walking tours around Elgin. Any topic, any section of history. Historical tours, Ghost Tours, Pub Crawls, Religious Tour, Witches Tour, Royal Tour, Graveyard Tour. You name it , we can organise it, even if you want to experience a real paranormal investigation. All tours are wheelchair Friendly, Please do not bring your dogs as we […]
For five centuries until 1686, Spynie Palace was the residence of the bishops of Moray. The beauty of the surroundings and the substantial wildlife and birdsong make the Palace a wonderful place to visit.
The North East 250 explores everything for which Scotland is famous in a unique road trip taking you through the whisky distilleries of Speyside, the spectacular mountain passes of the Cairngorms National Park, the famous castles of Royal Deeside, the Granite City of Aberdeen, the rugged North Sea coastline to the east, and the picturesque […]
Gordon Castle Estate is a modern sporting estate comprising of exclusive use Gordon Castle, Gordon Castle Walled Garden, Gordon Castle Scotland, Gordon Castle Fishings and Gordon Castle Highland Games.
On the coast between Cullen and Sandend the ruins of Findlater Castle are perched on a tiny peninsula which sticks out into the North Sea, with a sheer drop of more than fifty feet to the rocks and sea below. The name originates from the place Findlater, first recorded in the Exchequer Rolls in 1246. […]
This magnificent ruin dates back to the 13th Century and is one of Scotlands most beautiful medieval buildings. Almost destroyed in 1390 by Alexander Stewart, the infamous ‘Wolf of Badenoch’. You can see the Bishop’s home at Spynie Palace, two miles north of the town. Magnificent views from the NW tower. Apart from the towers […]
The ruin of a small late medieval church with a richly carved sacrament house of a type characteristic of north-east Scotland.
Originally the seat of the powerful Comyn earls of Buchan, Balvenie is a castle of enclosure with massive curtain wall.