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1 Day Tour: Stirling Castle! Loch Lomond and Glengoyne Distillery.

On this tour we visit the mighty Stirling Castle, steeped in history and sight of many a bloody battle against invading English, armies during the Wars of Independence in the 13th & 14th centuries. Discover the beauty of the Loch Lomond National Park, one of Scotland’s most scenic locations. And experience the ancient art of whisky making at Glengoyne Single Malt Distillery.

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  • Stirling Castle
  • Loch Lomond National Park
  • Glengoyne Single Malt Distillery

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Ricki your driver/guide shall meet you at reception at 9 am. We then travel to the imposing Stirling Castle, one of the grandest medieval castle’s in Scotland and home to Scottish Monarchs including Mary Queen of Scot’s. During the Wars of Independence in the 13th & 14th centuries, Stirling was seen as the “Key” to the Kingdom of Scotland and witnessed many battles over invading English, armies including a decisive victory at Stirling Bridge, in 1297 led by Andrew Murray & William Wallace. ( Braveheart). After a wander around Stirling’s medieval old town we then make the short drive to view the impressive Wallace Monument, before heading to Doune Castle, a striking 14th century tower-gatehouse built by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany. The Castle also provided the settings for Castle Leoch in the hit series Outlander. Winterfell in the ” Game of Thrones” and also featured in Monty Python’s ” Holy Grail”.

Moving on we journey through the beautiful Trossach’s National Park, and over the scenic ” Dukes Pass” to the Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Scotland’s most celebrated loch writing in poem and song. Arriving at the pretty village of Balmaha, we stop for lunch at the excellent Oak Tree Inn, serving locally caught wild haggis. ( if your brave enough) Alternatively we can visit Glengoyne Distillery for a 1 hour tour of the ancient art of whisky distilling, and a wee dram of single malt to enjoy. From here we then kame our way back to your accommodation.

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