Tour of St Andrews featuring a visit to Falkland , Midhope Castle ( Lallybroch ) and Blackness Castle ( Fort William )
Pickup is from your hotel , Airbnb or the airport .
Midhope Castle is Lallybroch , the ancestral home of Jamie Fraser in Outlander.
Blackness Castle is Fort William in Outlander . At Blackness Castle Black Jack Randall whips Jamie in the courtyard in front of the garrison of English soldiers
As we head North we travel over the Queensferry Crossing and get a superb view of one of Scotland’s greatest landmarks, the Forth Bridge, built in 1884 and still the working railway line to Fife .
St Andrews is the home of golf and features the Old Course . St Andrews is also home of one of the oldest universities in Britain . Visit a beautiful ruined castle in the town , the ancient cathedral or the cafe where Prince William met Kate . You have around two hours to explore this historic town.
Falkland is a historic conservation village in the middle of the Fife countryside and it is one of the most charming in Scotland with old cottages and narrow winding streets. Falkland was used as Inverness in the Outlander TV series . Falkland Palace dominates the village, and was once a favourite haunt of Mary Queen of Scots where she played tennis on the oldest tennis court in the world .
Your guide will give you information about the best places to go for golf gifts in St Andrews .
1 . If you book a window table at the Rusacks hotel St Andrews you will be able to watch play on the 1st and 18th holes of the Old Course while you have your lunch .
2. Ham Hame is a top quality restaurant , owned by the Old Course hotel , with large format TV screens so you can watch the latest golf tournament live on Sky Sports .
The tour starts at 10 am and costs £295 for a group of up to four people .
More details phone +447305-294773 , Whatsapp +447305-294773 .
- professional driver / guide
- 3 USB charging points
- air conditioned sedan car
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