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“…I feel a sort of reverence in going over these scenes in this most beautiful country, which I am proud to call my own, where there was such devoted loyalty to the family of my ancestors – for Stuart blood is in my veins…”
So wrote Queen Victoria in her journal in 1873 about her beloved Scotland. So many of the connections with the current Royal Family have their origins in her reign. Balmoral Castle was purchased by her and remains a much-loved Royal home to this day. Falkland Palace, The Palace of Holyroodhouse, Dumfries House, Glamis Castle, The Royal Yacht Britannia and more recently the University of St Andrews all have strong Royal connections which can form part or all of your itinerary when regally touring Scotland with your private chauffeur guide.
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With 6 sites across the country, each of Scotland’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites tells a story of a different period in the history of our country. Neolithic sites such as Skara Brae in Orkney or Kilmartin in Argyll are amongst the earliest in the UK, while New Lanark, near Glasgow and the Forth Rail Bridge outside Edinburgh, are testimony to Scotland’s 18th & 19th century modern day industrial prowess, all of which has helped Scotland become the greatest small country in the world.
Seaweed, kelp and gorse have been common sights on the shorelines and golf courses of Scotland for years. Today however they are now key botanicals used in the production of some of Scotland’s craft gins, an industry which has grown dramatically in the last 10 years. Touring Scotland’s Highlands, Islands and Lowlands with your chauffeur, you’ll never be too far from a gin distillery. Each one has its own exceptional flavour and character, often drawn from local botanicals and herbs bringing the spirit alive in a very unique way.