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Linksland Luxury Tours 2019



The game of golf sprung forth along the East Coast of Scotland and the region still offers some of the finest links courses in the world.

From Edinburgh & East Lothian to the ‘Auld Grey Toon’ of St Andrews in the Kingdom of Fife, then north to the highlights of Old Aberdeen, we uncover the iconic gems and hidden secrets of Caledonia’s proud past as well as its most ancient & royal golf courses.

 Travel back in time to the Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore, scene of several ‘Outlander’ episodes.

Travel back in time to the Highland Folk Museum in Newtonmore, scene of several ‘Outlander’ episodes.


There’s something immensely evocative about the Scottish Highlands. Whether it’s due to Outlander or Highlander, this visually stunning area captures the eye and the heart. Small wonder with such glories as the Cairngorm Mountains and stunning glens such as Speyside.

Whisky plays a leading roll with the majority of Scotland’s distilleries gathered by the banks of the Spey.

Golf is on a grand scale too with Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and Nairn topping the bill followed by a host of supporting courses that are a delight to discover.


‘From scenes like these old Scotia’s grandeur springs, That makes her loved at home, revered abroad.’

Robert Burns captured the beauty of his homeland in poems and songs and you’ll be captured too by the heart-stirring grandeur of the Southwest region.

Medieval castles, stately homes, Royal collections all await you in our tour of Scotland’s Southwest.

As for golf, we continue down the ‘Scottish Road Less Travelled’ with a clutch of impeccable, authentic links and no less than three Open Championship venues…


East of Scotland

Upon this very soil, the game of golf took hold and flourished. Here you walk in the footsteps of the game’s greats from Old Tom to Tiger and sample a truly unique programme that explores the fabulous heritage of Scotland’s past alongside its most enigmatic links, renowned and redoubtable.

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Scotland’s literary landscape was captured here in the Southwest by the ‘Great Bard’ and it evokes heartfelt sentiment. Our lodgings date back to the 13th century not long after King Robert the Bruce held sway upon these lands and our golf consists of no fewer than three Open Championship venues.

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Robert Burns wrote “My heart’s in the Highlands” and Bob Dylan, three centuries later closely echoed his sentiment in song and by purchasing of his own slice of the Highland idyll. Join us on our 10-day encounter of the very best of this world-class, stunningly scenic region.

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It might have escaped your attention that the Portuguese city of Lisbon is now ‘de rigueur’ among stars of the movie and music industries, home to Madonna, John Malkovich, Eric Cantona and many more ‘fashionistas’ who flock to Portugal’s liberal lifestyle and wonderful climate. It also offers some of the finest links golf courses - not to mention the best food, wine and culture in Europe.



If your imagination has been piqued, simply get in touch and together we’ll create your most memorable vacation!

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