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Still proudly a family business, Timberbush Tours provides a friendly, efficient, and flexible coach service to both private and corporate clients, as well as offering a comprehensive selection of first-class tours of Scotland to appeal to the discerning traveler, whether individually or in groups.

They operate constantly updated fleet of luxury Mercedes vehicles of 7, 16, 24, and 39 seat capacities, incorporating the most up-to-date refinements, including double-glazing and air-conditioning.

Rigorous in our maintenance and scrupulous in our operating procedures, we do everything we can to ensure the comfort and safety of our passengers.

Their employee selection, training, and development procedures ensure that all their drivers/guides are enthusiastic, knowledgeable and eager to make your tour both informative and enjoyable, maintaining the level of professionalism and discretion for which the company has come to be known.

Timberbush Tours extends a hearty Scottish welcome to all visitors to Scotland. Each of their tours has a personal guide to ensure a dedicated, informed and professional service.

Timberbush Tours offers a relaxed view of Scotland's best scenery from a luxurious, comfortable coach, with enough time off the coach to make the very best of your trip.


*Out of Glasgow

*Please note:
For operational reasons, the following tours departing from Glasgow, pick up in Edinburgh first and consequently return to Edinburgh first. Passengers then returning to Glasgow are provided with a valid Edinburgh–Glasgow rail ticket and are dropped at Waverley Rail Station for the return journey to Glasgow. Trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow run every 20 minutes.  Alternatively clients are able to book their return night in Edinburgh as per supplement in the price chart and travel to Glasgow for return flight only, the train ticket is provided.


Day 1 (Mon)
Check out of the hotel and make your way to the departure point at 11 George Square/ outside the Tourist Information Centre. Depart Glasgow and head West to the Highlands, first stopping at the "Bonnie, Bonnie Banks" of Loch Lomond, then on to Rannoch Moor and the Black Mount, to awesome, tragic Glencoe. You can walk in Glencoe, a valley well-known for its bloody history - before continuing North towards Fort William, nestling in the shadow of Scotland's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. Inverness, capital of the Highlands, is our overnight stop.

Day 2 (Tue)
Our journey from Inverness takes us first to the emotionally charged Culloden Battlefield, followed by the ancient Neolithic Clava Cairns, and then 'A tour and a taste' of some good Scottish malt whisky at Tomatin Distillery. The scenic splendour of the Rothiemurchus Estate is immediately followed by Ruthven Barracks and the Highland Folk Museum. Then it's the Hermitage and romantic Ossian's Hall before we end our epic journey, passing the imposing Stirling Castle on our return. The coach will return to Edinburgh first with guests staying in Glasgow returning by train.
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Day 1 (Wed/ Sat)
Check out of the hotel and make your way to the departure point at 11 George Square/ outside the Tourist Information Centre. We head North from Glasgow making a stop first on the banks of Loch Lomond, on our way to the highlands, over Rannoch Moor and the Black Mount, on to Glencoe. You can walk in Glencoe – a valley both famous and infamous for its bloody history - as we head towards Fort William, nestling beneath Scotland's tallest mountain, Ben Nevis. Walking in Glen Nevis you will soon realize why this amazingly beautiful and green place has been used as the site of such movies as 'Braveheart', 'Rob Roy' and 'Highlander'. You then have an evening to spend in Fort William as you please. Overnight in Fort William.

Day 2
(Thu/ Sun)
Today is an adventure in the North West – up the Great Glen and then the Road to the Isles. West towards the mountains of Knoydart, taking a narrow pass through Kintail, passing the famous Five Sisters mountains to the renowned Eilean Donan Castle, with the mountains of the island of Skye in the distance. We then travel on to mysterious Loch Ness, Fort Augustus with its impressive set of locks. Spean Bridge, Loch Laggan and the 900 foot Laggan dam, which was completed after 23 years of building time. We will pass through Dalwhinnie where Loch Ericht meets Glen Truim, home of Scotland’s highest malt whisky distillery, before heading south to Glasgow. We will also be able to admire Blair Castle on our return journey. Return back to Glasgow via Edinburgh.
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Day 1
(Tue/ Thu/ Sat)
Check out of the hotel and make your way to the departure point at 11 George Square/ outside the Tourist Information Centre. Following the banks of Loch Lomond, we travel through the lands of the Clan Campbell and MacGregor, over Rannoch Moor. We head north to Glencoe and Ben Nevis and then on to Fort William, where we take the Road to the Isles, through magnificent mountain scenery and over the Skye Bridge to our accommodation in the picturesque town of Portree.

Day 2
(Wed/ Fri/ Sun)
A relaxing day to explore the Island, taking in many of the world renowned locations such as the Cuillins, the buizarre rock formations of the Quiraing and the Old Man of Storr. Maybe also the famous Talisker Distillery and Dunvegan castle, the oldest inhabited castle in Britain. Then enjoy another free evening exploring Portree.

Day 3
(Thu/ Sat/ Mon)
Heading homewards, one of the highlights is a visit to Eilean Donan Castle, featured in several movies including ‘Highlander’. Our lunch stop is at Fort Augustus, a village commanding spectacular views of Loch Ness. Continuing southwards we pass through the Grampian Mountains, Loch Laggan, by Blair Castle and Pitlochry, on our return to Glasgow via Edinburgh.
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