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Accompanying Persons Tours
We have chosen a variety of tours at different times
to ensure that you don't
miss any sightseeing opportunities. A planned tour
schedule is shown below.
Changes to morning tours
on Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 May
We have been advised that members of the Royal household
be in residence at Holyrood at the end of May, and
it is no longer possible to go
ahead with our scheduled tour of Holyrood Palace.
We are delighted to confirm that in place of this,
a visit to Hopetoun House
be scheduled. If you had previously selected the Holyrood
Palace Tour, you
will be contacted to re-confirm your selection.
Tour of Edinburgh | download booking form
This introductory bus tour will help
visitors get their bearings around Scotland's
capital city. It will include all the key sights
of the traditional Old Town with its narrow
alleyways and tall tenement buildings and also
the Georgian New Town (dating from the 1800s)
with its elegant town houses, private gardens
and classic crescents.
Visitors will be able to see such as the Palace
of Holyroodhouse, Arthur's Seat and also the
new Scottish Parliament Building, as well the
fabulous full 360' panoramic view of the city
from the top of Calton Hill. A visit to the
world-famous Edinburgh Castle will be included
as part of the tour.
Located approximately 30 minutes to the south
of Edinburgh, Glenkinchie Distillery was established
in 1824. The tour commences with visitors passing
through the visitor centre and museum which
offers an insight into the history and tradition
Visitors then proceed into the actual distillery
where they will be able to view each stage of
how whisky is made. The tour then concludes
in the whisky bar where guests will be able
to sample the golden product!
Chapel | download
Situated just 30 minutes from the heart of Edinburgh,
Rosslyn Chapel's history and links with the
Masons and the Knights Templar means it has
much to offer the visitor.
Dating back to the 15th century, it is believed
by many to house everything from the Ark of
the Covenant, the mummified head of Christ,
the Holy Grail, a Black Madonna, lost scrolls
from the Temple of Jerusalem, the treasures
of the Knights Templar, and much more, deep
within its vaults.
The Chapel is renowned for its wealth of intricate
carvings. Rosslyn Chapel has been brought to
the attention of an even wider audience public's
attention due to the success of Dan Brown's
"The Da Vinci Code". The tour will
end with lunch at a nearby restaurant before
returning to the Sheraton hotel.
Britannia / Kinloch
Anderson | download
A visit to Britannia offers visitors a fascinating
insight into this most famous of vessels and
its links with the British Royal Family. The
tour starts in the visitor centre and then the
chance to wander round the royal yacht at one's
leisure, from the Royal Quarters to the sailors'
Thereafter, guests will be transferred the short
distance to Kinloch Anderson's - a local family
firm who are the official suppliers to the Royal
Family for tartan items. Here guests will be
able to learn about the history of tartan, how
it is made, as well as general background to
the kilt _ Scottish clan structure.
Walking Tour of the
Old Town | download
One of the very best ways to experience Edinburgh
is on foot. Departing from the Sheraton, the
guests will head up towards Edinburgh's Old
Town which offers visitors plenty to see; the
City Chambers, the Law Courts, the Mercat Cross,
the Heart of Midlothian - to name but a few.
In the magnificent St. Giles Cathedral, guests
will be able to view the intricately carved
Thistle Chapel. The tour will then continue
down into Edinburgh's underground city.
Discovered in the 1980s, these wonderful dark
rooms are built of ancient Edinburgh stone,
with arched ceilings, fireplaces and 18th century
wine vaults, in their unique candlelit atmosphere.
Lunch will be provided in a local restaurant
in the picturesque Victoria Bow.
House Tour | download
Hopetoun House is an important part of Europes
architectural heritage and could undoubtedly
be classed as one of Scotlands Finest
Stately Homes. Situated on the shores of the
Firth of Forth, the House is a fine example
of work by the famous Scottish architects.
The oldest part of the House was designed by
Sir William Bruce and built between 1699 and
1707, and shows fine examples of carving, wainscoting
and ceiling paintings. In 1721, William Adam
started to enlarge the House by adding the magnificent
façade, colonnades and grand State Apartments.
The House has for hundreds of years been the
ancestral home of the Marquess of Linlithgow
and the Hope family. As a result of their many
years of service to the British Empire, this
family house is full of mementoes from all over
the world. It has lovely reception rooms with
paintings of both Rembrandt and Rubens.