The tour on the 5 May is now fully booked.
We are also running this tour on Tuesday 23 June 2020.
The Three Bridge Cruise takes in the spectacular views of the Three Bridges, the beautiful panoramas of the Edinburgh skyline to the south and the Kingdom of Fife to the north. Included on the cruise is a cream tea; a tasty scone, jam & cream, served with tea.
Explore South Queensferry, with its cafes and restaurants and find out more about the building of the bridges at the Queensferry Museum.
Skipton is situated right in the heart of North Yorkshire. The town is famous for its open air market and award winning high street. Skipton also boasts a 900 year old medieval castle and the Leeds-Liverpool canal passes right through the centre.
Blair Castle is found at the entrance to the Cairngorms National Park, surrounded by hills and peaceful countryside, the castle has some of Scotland’s finest views. The castle has been transformed through the ages, from its cold medieval beginnings to become a fine Georgian mansion and finally a Victorian castle in the Baronial style. The visit includes access to over 30 rooms and the Hercules Gardens, a peaceful walled garden.
A soup and sandwich lunch in The Tullibardine Restaurant at Blair Castle is included with this tour.
On the return home we will call in at Taste Perthshire for a unique blend of shopping with a wide range of high quality products.
At the turn of the 20th Century, the Scottish adventurer Ella Christie returned home from a trip to the Orient inspired to build a Japanese Garden. Enjoy a guided tour of the historic Japanese Garden and newly restored woodland walks, which once connected Ella Christie’s home, Cowden Castle, to Sha Raku En (the place of pleasure and delight).
The visit includes a sandwich lunch, with a biscuit or scone and tea/coffee in the tearoom at Cowden.
The Tour will stop in Stirling on the return trip.
York; the inspiring city situated in Northern England is rich in ancient history and is the perfect destination for couples, families and those travelling solo. York is home to hundreds of attractions, museums, historic buildings, shops and bars within the compact walled city.
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