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Scotland is famous for its Single Malt Whisky. It’s one of our biggest exports and is loved the world over.

My passion for the amber nectar is part of what brought me to be a tour guide. As a keen collector, I have traveled all over Scotland visiting each distillery and sampling their wares. And now I love nothing more than taking my guests along with me.

I am a fully accredited Whisky Ambassador and would be delighted to share my knowledge and expertise. If you have a favorite whiskey region that you would like to visit, select from the tours below. If you have a particular whiskey that you love, please get in touch and I can create a bespoke tour for you.


Scotland has always been a popular location choice for movie makers. With its breathtaking scenery, wild coastlines and bustling cities, many Hollywood blockbusters have been shot in our wee country.

From Trainspotting and Braveheart to James Bond and World War Z – and much more. And let’s not forget the smash hit TV show Outlander! Loved the world over and still being shot right here in Scotland.

So, if you would like to follow in the footsteps of Jamie & Claire Fraser, or see where Mel Gibson drew his sword as the mighty William Wallace, join me as I guide you around some of the most famous locations in Scotland.

If you are an Outlander fan and would like a personal insight into the filming of your favorite show, I would be happy to tell you all about my own personal experiences of working on set as a supporting actor and answer any questions you might have about my time on the show


Once the capital of Scotland, Stirling is a beautiful city steeped in history. When we arrive you will be free to roam and take in your surroundings or pick up an official tour of the castle, which start on the hour.

Next, we will journey to the Trossachs and the bustling town of Callander. Often described as the gateway to the highlands this picturesque town with its quaint little shops is the perfect stop off for an early lunch.

Once you are rested and refreshed we will drive a few miles along the road where you can meet some hairy highland cows, with an opportunity to feed them a carrot while you get your picture taken. Then it’s onwards through the Trossachs.

Have your camera at the ready to capture the beautiful scenery en route to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond. Here you will have the opportunity to stop for photographs, take a walk down to the loch and even dip your toes in the water before we head back to the port. Time permitting we can also stop in Luss, a village on the banks of Loch Lomond.




Our first stop on this tour is the iconic Inveraray Castle. The ancestral seat of the Dukes of Argyll, Chiefs of Clan Campbell, since the early 15th century and currently occupied by the 13th Duke & his family. The castle was also used as the location for the 2012 Downton Abbey Christmas special.

Next, we will make our way to the nearby town of Inveraray. With its quaint shops & traditional feel, you can take your time exploring the former Royal Burgh before enjoying lunch at a local restaurant.

Rested & refreshed we will take our leave and travel to the bonny banks of Loch Lomond, enjoying the breathtaking scenery along the way. Here we will stop at some of the most picturesque viewpoints in Scotland, where you can enjoy amazing views across the loch.

Our final stop is the tiny conservation village of Luss. Originally named the ‘Dark Village’ the area has been inhabited since medieval times. With traditional granite cottages & stunning lochside views, there’s nowhere better to bring our day to an end.