Sleepy Sporran offer luxury, guided tours across Scotland. Our ‘inclusive’ tour packages provide a complete day out for a maximum of 6 people and guarantee a welcoming, personal and professional service.
Our range of 8 Classic Tour Packages, shown below, are each planned around a different Scottish theme and are a good starting point if you want a ready made itinerary, although all tours are flexible to let you to spend as much time as possible at the venues that interest you most. Between November and March we run 6 additional Winter Tours.
If however you would like to create a tour that is unique and personal to you by virtue of theme (eg formal gardens, whisky trail, ancestry trail) or particular places to visit we can offer an Exclusive Tour Package. This is a tailor made option that could include personal guided tours, personal shopper trips or preferential access visits. The choice is yours.
Our Classic Tours prices are inclusive of a champagne picnic lunch, morning and afternoon refreshment stops, entry/visit fees applicable to each tour (please view individual tour details) hotel collection and return, and your personal tour information pack. (See About our Tours page).
Prices for Classic Tours are reduced between November and March to reflect the shorter tour durations and the seasonal non availability of some visitor attractions. Please use the About - Tour Enquiry link to request individual tour details.
The Grand Tour of PerthshireFind out more
Explore Big Tree Country and enjoy stunning views, tranquil lochs, heather glens, rugged mountains and ancient pine forests. Add in unusual sights like a crannog and a salmon ladder not to mention castles and wildlife and there is always something interesting to see.
Strathmore and the Angus GlensFind out more
Take the low road through the rural Vale of Strathmore to visit the fairy tale Glamis Castle (home to the late Queen Mother). Then take the roads less travelled through the Angus Glens and enjoy the stark beauty of some of the more remote countryside.
Skelping the HighlandsFind out more
Head west out of Perthshire through the infamous and spectacular Glen Coe (location of 8 Munros and Ossian’s Cave) to reach the coast. Then return via Glenfinnan, Ben Nevis and the Pass of Drumochter or south past Kilchurn Castle and Breadalbane.
Braemar, Balmoral and DeesideFind out more
Over the picturesque but barren Cairnwell Pass to Braemar (famous for its royalty attended Highland Games) and on to Balmoral Castle and Crathie Kirk, in Royal Deeside. Visit Royal Lochnagar Distillery and the pristine village of Ballater.
History and HeritageFind out more
If you enjoy delving into Scotland’s historical past this tour is for you. Follow the intertwined paths of religion, clan and government events via Scone Palace, Glamis Castle, Arbroath Abbey, St Andrews Castle and Falkland Palace.
Scottish Icons Modern and AncientFind out more
Visit some of Scotland’s most recognizable places and structures. The ‘ancient ‘ include Linlithgow Palace, Bannockburn battlefield and the Wallace Monument whilst the ‘modern’ show off the Kelpies, the Falkirk Wheel and the Forth Bridges.
Cairngorm Mountain CountryFind out more
The Cairngorm National Park contains many of Scotland’s highest mountains and is a sanctuary for native wildlife. Combine enjoying the scenery and wildlife both at loch level and at the mountain top with a taste of highland life, as it was, at the Highland Folk Museum.
Woody Walks, Water and GardensFind out more
Perthshire has not only some of the highest and oldest trees in Britain it also has a huge variety. This tour combines visits to some great locations giving the chance to walk amongst heritage trees, pinetums, classic gardens and view spectacular waterfalls and tranquil lochs.
A chance to create your very own personal tour. We will plan an exclusive tour for you based on your chosen theme or places to visit.
Special destination tours to noteworthy buildings, collections and gardens from November through March.