Tours

For more information, or to book a tour, please contact the hotel ahead of your stay with us. Our tours are very popular and spaces can be limited and so booking well in advance is necessary to avoid any disappointment.



Gin & Whisky Tour

Discover Scotland’s Lowland Spirits

Through the day you will enjoy an in-depth local insight into the Lowland marvels and landscapes as well as some unique experiences at a Gin & a Whisky distillery.

Along your Lowland journey you will pass through  picturesque East Lothian including  some stunning coastal routes. You will visit the home of 'The Edinburgh Malt’, Glenkinchie Distillery, for a tour and tasting experience. In the afternoon, you will enjoy a traditional afternoon tea to compliment your tour and tasting at the award wining NB Gin Distillery.

The contrasts between Scotland’s traditional Scotch Whisky and new exciting Gin will provide a taster of the Scot’s ingenuity for flavour and unique spirits.

Highlights include:

  • Tour and Tasting Experience at Glenkinchie Distillery
  • Tour, Tasting and Afternoon Tea at NB Gin Distillery
  • Scenic tour of East Lothian

North Sea Explorations

Embark on a North Sea Voyage

Explore the North Sea on a private boat including a visit to the Bass Rock, with biggest Northern gannet colony in the world and Isle of May, a legendary island which has been home to a magical mix of seabirds, seals and smugglers.

As you cruise the beautiful North Sea waters, you will have the opportunity to see some stunning wildlife that is unique to the are including razorbills, guillemots, cormorants, shags, seals and dolphins on top of the gannets and puffins. The area is truly blessed with sea life.

Highlights include:

  • Isle of May Landing
  • North Sea Boat Tour
  • Coastal Villages Tour
  • Bass Rock Visit


Local History Tour

Enjoy a day of Ruins and Relics

East Lothian is perhaps best known for it’s beautiful coastal golf courses, but it’s fascinating history and ancient architecture equally draw travellers from all over the World.

Today you will have the fortunate opportunity to explore a number of the areas most historically significant sites including Tantallon Castle, Rosslyn Chapel, and Dirleton Castle & Gardens.

Throughout the day your driver-guide will talk you through the legends of the area and the significant events that took place to shape Scotland as we know and love it.

Highlights include:

  • Climb the Ruins of Tantallon Castle
  • Explore the Intricate Nooks & Crannies’ of Rosslyn Chapel
  • Explore the Fortifications and Gardens of Dirleton Castle

Live like a Local Tour

A Taste of East Lothian

Today you will experience Scotland’s natural larder at it’s finest. East Lothian is blessed with sea and coastline, rolling farmland and glorious hillsides as a stunning backdrop to the highest quality products found in Scotland.

As you explore East Lothian you will have the opportunity to taste some local food; from local cheese and smoked salmon to local cheese with East Lothian’s popular ‘Cheese Lady’, the endless variety of fresh Scottish produce will amaze your taste buds.

Round off the day with a stroll through the picturesque seaside village of North Berwick with a

chance to pop into its boutique shops.

Highlights include:

  • Belhaven Smokehouse
  • Haddington Cheese Lady
  • North Berwick Lobster Shack
  • North Berwick Boutique Shopping

Edinburgh Walking Tour

Discover the Capital of Scotland

Scotland’s beautiful capital city, Edinburgh, is filled with thousands of years of history. Soaking in all that information can be difficult, so our experienced local guide will cover all the iconic sites as well as some lesser-known haunts.

Edinburgh offers something for everyone, from its rich historic legacy, iconic sights to the latest in modern architecture and design. The high street, also known as the Royal Mile, which leads from the castle to the palace is home to many of Edinburgh's key historic sites, including St

Giles' Cathedral, John Knox's House and the old and new Parliament buildings.

'Edinburgh,' said writer Robert Louis Stevenson, 'is what Paris ought to be'.

Highlights include:

  • Visit to Edinburgh Castle
  • Visit to Palace of Holyrood House
  • Mary King’s Close Experience

Edinburgh and Surroundings

Discover the Capital of Scotland

Scotland’s beautiful capital city, Edinburgh, is filled with thousands of years of history. Soaking in all that information can be difficult, so our experienced local driver-guide will cover all the iconic sites as well as some lesser-known haunts.

Edinburgh and its surroundings offers something for everyone, from its rich historic legacy, iconic sights to the latest in modern architecture and design.  At the top of the high street, also known as the Royal Mile, you will find Edinburgh’s famous castle, where you will discover the history of this stunning city. You will then head to Leith, the historic port area of the city, where you will discover the Royal Yacht Britannia, which transported the royal family and their retinue all over the world for fifty years.

'Edinburgh,' said writer Robert Louis Stevenson, 'is what Paris ought to be'.

Highlights include:

  • Visit to Edinburgh Castle
  • Visit to Royal Yacht Britannia