Scotland is known for its breath taking scenery; from the vast tranquil lochs to the iconic rural glens there are few places in the world which can rival the views that Scotland has to offer.

The only way to make these views more spectacular? Well witnessing them from the driving seat of some of the world’s most extravagant supercars has got to be the closest you will get. From Lamborghinis and Ferraris to Aston Martins and Bentleys you give us your preference and we will give you the keys.

Let us know what you would like to see on your bespoke tour and we will use our local knowledge to make sure that it is populated with the finest of restaurants and accommodation that Scotland has to offer.

Our routes are tailor made to you. You tell us where you would like to go or what you would like to see and we will make it happen. The only thing that we can’t control on your package is the weather.

Below we have provided an example tour which we have recently completed to give you an idea of what we can create.

Day 1

Departing from the historic Hopetoun House in Queensferry, our first day driving took us through the delightful scenery of Stirlingshire to the resting place for the evening: The Manochyl Mhor Hotel. This hotel nests four miles down a single track lane that winds along the wooded banks of Loch Voil in the beautiful Braes of Balquhidder.


Day 2

After a restful night's sleep and a hearty Scottish breakfast, our second day took us North West. We weaved through the breath-taking mountainous roads of Glencoe, passing through Fort William and headed north to Inverness for our five-star overnight stay at the Culloden House Hotel.
It is a hotel that is steeped in history. More than two centuries ago, Bonnie Prince Charlie used Culloden House as his lodging and battle headquarters prior to the fateful battle on Culloden Moor. Today, this stunning Inverness hotel stands in nearly 40 acres where you are free to wander the woodlands and private gardens enjoying the peace, tranquillity and majesty of the surroundings.


Day 3

After departing Culloden House, the journey on day three led us through the stunning scenery of Cairngorms National Park as we made our way through the delightful Perthshire scenery. The destination was the world renowned five-star Gleneagles Hotel, a venue described as "a Riviera in the Highlands" and "the eighth wonder of the world" where guests indulged in a sumptuous fine dining experience and whisky tasting.


Day 4

The final day saw us depart from Gleneagles and make our way to our final destination of Edinburgh. The vehicles were guided through the Capital’s streets, lined with spectacular architecture, en-route to the cobbled High Street. The spot had been reserved for arrival and as a resting place for the beautifully engineered supercars.