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Our tailor-made wheelchair accessible self-drive car vacation packages in Scotland give wheelchair travelers, their families and their friends the very best access possible.

Scotland's colorful history is full of tragic, romantic heroes, notable fighters, innovators and politicians. The landscape and history has left its mark on the nation's psyche and has contributed to the fierce pride the Scots view themselves and their country today.

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Our carefully planned self drive wheelchair accessible vacations gives the freedom and flexibility to go at your own pace. Driving is stress-free in most parts of Scotland due to the low level of traffic outside the central belt, which spreads from Glasgow to Edinburgh and where the majority of Scots live.

We specialize in accessible travel planning to Scotland for:
Independent wheelchair accessible vacations in Scotland
Wheelchair accessible self drive vacations in Scotland
Family oriented vacations
Family Reunions & Ancestral Visits
Wheelchair accessible Clan Chief vacations in Scotland
Wheelchair accessible Scotch Whiskey Tours


Self Drive Classic Wheelchair Accessible Scotland Vacation

Day 1: Welcome to Edinburgh
After you pick up your car, transfer to your accommodation. Spend the remainder of the day soaking up the atmosphere of this exciting city. Visit some of its many attractions such as famous Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and the Palace of Holyrood house, the royal family's official residence in Scotland. Overnight: Edinburgh

Day 2: Stirling – Loch Lomond – Oban
Leave Edinburgh and travel towards Stirling. Visit Stirling Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland situated upon a volcanic plug with a wonderful view over Stirlingshire. Continue on to Loch Lomond, the largest lake in the whole of Great Britain and known for the tranquil beauty of its wooded shores and islands. Travel north west along Loch Fyne and its beautiful landscape. Pass by Inveraray Castle and the charming homeland of the Duke of Argyll, the head of the Campbell Clan. The castle testifies to the power and wealth of the Campbells, one of the most powerful of the Highland Clans. Overnight: Oban or surrounding area

Day 3: Isle of Mull & Isle of Iona
Spend the day exploring the beautiful Isles of Mull and Iona. Take the ferry from Oban Harbor and enjoy the scenic route to the islands. Visit the Isle of Iona where Columbus landed in 563 and brought Christianity to Scotland from Ireland. You can also visit the famous Iona Abbey founded by St. Columbus in the year 580. Many Scottish kings chose to be buried here, including Macbeth. Return via Mull to Oban. Overnight: Oban or surrounding area

Day 4: Fort William & Isle of Skye
Leave Oban via Glen Coe, one of Scotland's most dramatic glens. Travel trough the West Highlands to Fort William, set in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. Travel north and take a ferry from Mallaig to the Isle of Skye or continue via Loch Lochy to Kyle of Lochalsh and take the bridge to the Isle of Skye, the largest and most scenic of the Hebridean Islands. Overnight: Isle of Skye or surrounding area

Day 5: Loch Ness & Inverness
Travel east for Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most iconic images of Scotland. Continue for the Inverness area via Loch Ness. Stop at Urquhart Castle, which which is magnificently situated on the banks of Loch Ness. If you dare take a cruise on Loch Ness, most famous for the elusive monster! Overnight: Inverness or surrounding area

Day 6: Scottish Malt Whisky Trail
Start the day with a city tour of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. Afterwards, travel east of Inverness where you can visit Cawdor Castle and its beautiful gardens. Explore the Malt Whisky Trail by traveling to Dufftown, the capital of Scottish Whisky where you can Inverness area for your overnight stay. Overnight: Inverness or surrounding area

Day 7: Aviemore – Pitlochry – Perth
Travel south via Aviemore where you can explore the impressive Cairngorm Mountains located in the Cairngorm National Park. Continue to Pitlochry and visit the smallest distillery in Scotland, the Edradour Whisky Distillery. Why not stroll through the Victorian city before traveling south towards Perth. Overnight: Perth or surrounding area

Day 8: St Andrews – Fife – Edinburgh
If time permits, visit St Andrews named after Scotland's patron saint. St Andrew's is the famous home of golf, played on the Old Course since the 15th century. Continue along the coast via the small fishing villages of Elie and Pittenweem. Cross the Forth Road Bridge with its spectacular views of the Firth of Forth before returning your car to Edinburgh Airport and joining your flight home.

The price includes:
- 7 Nights hotel accommodation in three star hotels
- All accommodation is Pre-booked for Self Drive (excludes car)
- Rates are per person based on double occupancy
- Rates are inclusive of Service Charge and 20% VAT
- Based on GBP/USD conversion of 1.00/1.56 (subject to change)
$500.00 - January – March
$575.00 - April, May & October
$650.00 - June and September
$750.00 - July and August

Rates do not include:
- International flights, or flights of any nature
- Travel Insurance
- Self-drive car rental
- Daily meals, except breakfast
- Vehicle fuel, maps, tolls, parking fees
- Items of a personal nature

CHILD POLICY:
Child supplements are ON REQUEST and apply when a child between 3 and 12 years is sharing with 2 full paying adults with a maximum of 2 children in the room. A child sharing with a single adult is charged the normal per person rate. Children sharing 0-2 years are free and meals paid directly to the hotel.

All of our wheelchair accessible vacations are created for self-drive by standard rental car or by chauffeur driven accessible van. Self drive accessible vans are not available for hire in Scotland. Self drive accessible vans can be delivered from England. For more details on planning an accessible vacation to Scotland contact email Accessible Journeys by email.

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Wheelchair accessible
Scotland Clan Chief Vacation

Day 1: Welcome to Edinburgh!
Pick up your car at the Car Rental Company desk and transfer to your accommodation. Spend the remainder of the day soaking up the atmosphere of this exciting city. Visit some of its many attractions such as the famous Edinburgh Castle, the Royal Mile and the Palace of Holyrood- house, the Royal Family's official residence in Scotland. Overnight: Houstoun House or similar

Day 2: Perthshire
Leave Edinburgh heading north crossing the Forth Road Bridge with its dramatic views over the Firth of Forth. Continuing north towards Perth, the former capital of Scotland. North of Perth lays Scone Palace, once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots. Travel towards Braemer which sits in the heart of Royal Deeside, a magnificent valley of the river Dee and home to the Royal Family's Highland retreat 'Balmoral Castle'. Overnight: Pittodrie House Hotel or similar

Day 3: Castle Trail
Spend the day exploring the wonderful Grampian Mountains and its famous castle trail. Step back in time and experience Scottish castles at their best. You can find a selection of the world's most unique castles on the trail. Experience the fairy tale magic of Craigievar Castle, enjoy the rugged splendor of Kildrummy Castle ruins or wander through the colorful gardens of Crathes Castle. Overnight: Pittodrie House Hotel or similar

Day 4: Malt Whisky Trail
Travel northwards towards Inverness. Follow the Malt Whisky Trail and visit some of the many famous distilleries in the area. Stop at Dufftown, the capital of Scottish Whisky. Visit Glenfiddich Distillery just north of Dufftown. It is the home of Glenfiddich Single Malt, one of the world's most famous Scotch Whiskies. Continue on to Nairn known for its golf courses and sandy beaches. Just outside Nairn lays Cawdor Castle, the most romantic castle of the Highlands. Overnight: Tulloch Castle or similar

Day 5: Highlands day
Enjoy your day in the Highlands. Start the day with a city tour of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands. Continue northwest and visit the famous Inverewe Gardens the most northern Botanic Garden of the world, located at Loch Ewe. Overnight: Tulloch Castle or similar

Day 6: West Coast
Leave Inverness and travel along the legendary Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle which dates back to the 12th century and is magnificently situated on the banks of Loch Ness. Follow the Caledonian Canal along Loch Lochy to Fort William. The city is set in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. Follow Loch Fyne and enjoy the beautiful landscape surrounding the loch. Overnight: Stonefield Castle or similar

Day 7: Edinburgh Day
Travel to Loch Lomond, the largest lake in whole Great Britain and known for the tranquil beauty of its wooded shores and islands. Continue on to Stirling Castle one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland, situated on a volcanic plug with a wonderful view over Stirlingshire. Return to Edinburgh and enjoy your evening in this exciting city. Overnight: Houstoun House or similar

Day 8: Goodbye Return to Edinburgh Airport and take your flight home.

The price includes:
- 7 Nights accommodation in Castles or Manor Houses or hotels
- All accommodation is Pre-booked for Self Drive (excludes car)
- Rates are per person based on double occupancy
- Rates are inclusive of Service Charge and 20% VAT
- Based on GBP/USD conversion of 1.00/1.56 (subject to change)
$725.00 - January, April and November
$850.00 - May & July
$950.00 - August
$825.00 - September and October

Rates do not include:
- International flights, or flights of any nature
- Travel Insurance
- Self-drive car rental
- Daily meals, except breakfast
- Vehicle fuel, maps, tolls, parking fees
- Items of a personal nature

CHILD POLICY:
• Child supplements are ON REQUEST and apply when a child between 3 and 12 years is sharing with 2 full paying adults with a maximum of 2 children in the room. A child sharing with a single adult is charged the normal per person rate. Children sharing 0-2 years are free and meals paid directly to the hotel.

All of our wheelchair accessible vacations are created for self-drive by standard rental car or by chauffeur driven accessible van. Self drive accessible vans are not available for hire in Scotland. Self drive accessible vans can be delivered from England. For more details on planning an accessible vacation to Scotland contact email Accessible Journeys by email.

EMAIL us HERE

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Wheelchair Accessible
Scotch Whiskey Vacation

Day 1: Welcome to Edinburgh!
After you pick up your car, transfer to your accommodation. Spend the remainder of the day soaking up the atmosphere of this exciting city. Discover the secrets of the "water of life" with a visit to the Scotch Whisky Experience on the Royal Mile. Explore some of Edinburgh's many attractions such as famous Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyrood house, the royal family's official residence in Scotland. Overnight: Edinburgh

Day 2: Perthshire
Leave Edinburgh via the Firth of Forth Bridge towards Perth, the former capital of Scotland. North of Perth lays Scone Palace, once the crowning place of the Kings of Scots. Continue on to the small town of Crieff. Visit Scotland's oldest working distillery Glenturret Distillery, home of the Famous Grouse, one of Scotland's most famous whiskies. Overnight: Perth or area

Day 3: Perthshire – Royal Deeside
Travel north to Pitlochry, a picturesque highland town. Visit the smallest distillery in Scotland, the Edradour Whisky Distillery, and stroll through the Victorian city before continuing north to Braemar via the scenic and dramatic road over the Spittal of Glenshee one of the highest points in Scotland. Descend into Braemer which sits in the heart of Royal Deeside, the magnificent valley of the river Dee and home to the Royal Family's Highland retreat Balmoral Castle. Overnight: Aberdeenshire

Day 4: Royal Deeside
Spend today exploring the beautiful landscape of Royal Deeside which overlaps the Cairngorms National Park. Visit Balmoral Castle or Crathie Church where the Royal Family attend Sunday Service when in residence at Balmoral. One of the most important distilleries in this area is the Royal Lochnagar Distillery situated on the south side of the River Dee. Overnight: Aberdeenshire

Day 5: Malt Whisky Trail
Travel northwards towards Inverness. Follow the Malt Whisky Trail and visit some of the many famous distilleries in the area. Stop at Dufftown, the capital of Scottish Whisky. Visit Glenfiddich Distillery just north of Dufftown. It is the home of Glenfiddich Single Malt, one of the world's most famous Scotch Whiskies. Also worth visiting is the Speyside Cooperage in Craigellachie. Continue towards Inverness via Nairn, with its beautiful sandy beaches. End the day with a glass of Scottish whisky in one of the many pubs of Inverness. Overnight: Inverness or area

Day 6: Inverness – Oban
Leave Inverness and travel along the legendary Loch Ness to Urquhart Castle which dates back to the 12th century and is magnificently situated on the banks of Loch Ness. Follow the Caledonian Canal along Loch Lochy to Fort William, set in the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain's highest mountain. Continue on the west coast to the fishing town of Oban. Overnight: Oban or area

Day 7: Oban – Glasgow
Before leaving Oban visit Oban Distillery, one of the few distilleries to be built prior to the actual town which grew around the distillery. Travel through the beautiful landscape surrounding Loch Fyne to Inverary and its charming castle. Home to the Duke of Argyll, the head of the Campbell Clan the castle testifies the power and wealth of the Campbells, one of the most powerful of the Highland Clans. Continue on to Loch Lomond, the largest lake in whole Great Britain and known for the tranquil beauty of its wooded shores and islands. Overnight: Glasgow or area

Day 8: Goodbye Return to Edinburgh Airport and take your flight home.

The price includes:
- 7 Nights accommodation in three star hotels
- All accommodation is Pre-booked for Self Drive (excludes car)
- Rates are per person based on double occupancy
- Rates are inclusive of Service Charge and 20% VAT
- Based on GBP/USD conversion of 1.00/1.56 (subject to change)
$725.00 - January, April and November
$850.00 - May & July
$950.00 - August
$825.00 - September and October

Rates do not include:
- International flights, or flights of any nature
- Travel Insurance
- Self-drive car rental
- Daily meals, except breakfast
- Vehicle fuel, maps, tolls, parking fees
- Items of a personal nature

CHILD POLICY:
• Child supplements are ON REQUEST and apply when a child between 3 and 12 years is sharing with 2 full paying adults with a maximum of 2 children in the room. A child sharing with a single adult is charged the normal per person rate. Children sharing 0-2 years are free and meals paid directly to the hotel.

All of our wheelchair accessible vacations are created for self-drive by standard rental car or by chauffeur driven accessible van. Self drive accessible vans are not available for hire in Scotland. Self drive accessible vans can be delivered from England. For more details on planning an accessible vacation to Scotland contact email Accessible Journeys by email.

EMAIL us HERE

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