Salmon, Seafood & Scottish Castles


Food and Drink

Gastronomic & Cultural Day Tour of Loch Lomond, Loch Fyne and Inverary

From £860

Two of the top reasons people travel to Scotland are to visit some of the 2,000 historic castles across the country and to taste some the world renowned Scottish seafood that is landed and produced here. This one day gastronomic and cultural tour perfectly combines the two, taking in Loch Lomond and Inverary.

Departing from Glasgow, you’ll travel west to the “Bonny Bonny Banks” of Loch Lomond, where you will get an insight into the production of fine Scottish smoked salmon. Following a light tasting and a welcome refreshment, you will have time to explore the conservation village of Luss. You’ll then travel on to Loch Fyne, where you will enjoy a two course premium seafood lunch with Prosecco or local craft beer. Your view during lunch will be of the loch where the oysters and mussels you will enjoy have been plucked from – you don’t get much fresher than that!

Next you will travel to Inverary, where you will visit Inverary Castle, better known as the fictional “Duneagle Castle” in hit TV series, Downtown Abbey. You will enjoy a private tour of the castle, home to the current Duke of Argyll.

This unique experience is by private car and is led by your tour director Brenda, the World Food Travel Association Ambassador for Scotland. There simply couldn’t be a better qualified person to introduce you to the authentic food and drink delights of the area.

  • Visit to a Smoked Salmon Smokehouse.
  • Light tasting from their speciality range and a welcome refreshment.
  • Time to enjoy the village of Luss
  • 2-course Premium Scottish Seafood Lunch with a welcome glass of Prosecco or local Craft Beer
  • Inverary Castle Visit & Private Tour
  • Executive Transportation in a luxury car or van (MPV) and Tour Director

This experience can be enjoyed between April & October. Prices are based upon two people. This experience can be enjoyed by individuals or larger groups. Contact us for more information