HONEYMOON & ROMANCE PACKAGES IN SCOTLAND
Experience your own romantic tale on a special trip for two in Scotland, a place of legendary beauty that has inspired countless storytellers over the ages. Our Edinburgh-based travel experts will tailor your Scotland honeymoon package to suit you.
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Experience Scotland in a way that suits you
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Only 10% deposit required : Cancellation insurance available : Covid entry test refunds
14 tours available
8 days / 7 nights
Nov - Mar
Scottish Highlands & Isle of Skye Winter - Private
8 days / 7 nights
Nov - Mar
About Your Honeymoon in Scotland
Escape to Scotland on a romantic getaway and explore the beautiful landscapes together on a trip designed by local experts. Create special memories as you discover the picturesque Highlands, islands and coasts on a tour customised to you personally.
When you book a Scotland honeymoon package with Nordic Visitor, you get:
• An authentic travel experience planned by an established and trusted agency
• A personal travel consultant to arrange your tour
• A detailed online personal itinerary with all bookings
• Handpicked accommodation for a relaxing stay
• 24/7 emergency phone support for peace of mind
• Special seasonal tour itineraries for summer and winter
Nordic Visitor has made it as easy as possible to start your Scottish adventure. Simply follow these steps:
1. Pick your favourite Nordic Visitor tour
2. Confirm your package
3. Check your confirmation email
4. Book your flights
5. Get ready for your trip
Why choose Nordic Visitor
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Plan your trip risk-free with Nordic Visitor's cancellation insurance. Add it to your booking to enjoy flexible terms and peace of mind. Purchase it with your package or secure it free of charge by booking a tour with 20% deposit or more. Terms & conditions apply.
Trusted local travel experts
Nordic Visitor was established in 2002 and has been creating unforgettable travel experiences in Northern Europe ever since. Our Scotland travel consultants are based in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh, and will use their insider knowledge to craft your perfect honeymoon.
You are in good hands
Throughout your trip, you’ll have our support around the clock. Should anything unexpected arise, your dedicated travel consultant at Nordic Visitor will take care of reworking your itinerary where necessary while keeping you safe and informed. Our 24/7 helpline means we’re only a call away.
Our dedicated teams deliver excellent service quality, and this is reflected year after year when TripAdvisor awards us with their Certificate of Excellence. We also take great pride in our customer feedback: 97% of our travelers say they would recommend us to friends and family.
We know that your honeymoon or romantic trip is an incredibly special time for you. That’s why we handle everything about your Scotland tour on your behalf, from accommodation to transport. So leave the legwork to us while you relax and look forward to your getaway.
Customisable tour options
We can tailor your Scotland honeymoon with romantic touches to make it all the more personal for you. Whether there are particular places or experiences that are important to you as a couple, or you’d like a room with a view or champagne on arrival, we will make it happen.
Full financial protection
With Nordic Visitor, you have peace of mind knowing your holiday arrangements with us are 100% financially protected. Your payments are safeguarded with an insurance protection that guarantees you a refund in the unlikely event of insolvency.
SCOTTISH HONEYMOON REVIEWS
Here’s what our lovely clients have to say about their romantic breaks in Scotland.
Brenee and LeeUnited States
Oh my gosh! We had the BEST time, and Maria did an all around FABULOUS job! All the hotels were very nice,... read more
Oh my gosh! We had the BEST time, and Maria did an all around FABULOUS job! All the hotels were very nice, clean, comfortable and had lovely views!..I appreciated that all hotels had a tea kettle in the room to make hot water, and nice hair dryers.
We really enjoyed the book that you put together for our trip with suggested sites. It was very helpful. If it only came with a time management button it would be incredible, haha! We totally missed the sights in Inverness because we spent too much time at a castle and then things were closed. Maybe including hours of sites would be helpful. We did get better as we went!
The North Link ferry was so fun. This was a wonderful experience, with a restaurant, observation decks, a store, comfy chairs....Etc. Going to Orkney Island was so worth it; actually one of our favorite places, along with the Highlands, Glencoe area, Edinburgh castle....maybe we have too many favorites..)
For food, it was interesting. We found great restaurants (Rollo and the Smoo Cave Hotel restaurant come to mind as delicious!), and luckily we stopped at a grocery store several times for easy food to be able to eat whenever.
As far as driving, it was fine and nice to be on our schedule. The single track roads in the highlands worked out fine... We drove 1,235 miles, saw wonderful sites, hiked amazing places, took thousands of pics and couldn't be more thrilled with everything that Nordic Visitor planned and prepared for us! We have several people that were interested in our opinion after our trip, and we will certainly be giving Nordic Visitor a fabulous endorsement, and Maria of course! Thank you so much for an unforgettable epic trip!
Michael and LynneAustralia
The tour was very well organised and everything went very smoothly. The hire car was excellent (essentially brand... read more
The tour was very well organised and everything went very smoothly. The hire car was excellent (essentially brand new). All of the services provided were of a good standard. We thoroughly enjoyed our Scottish holiday, and many thanks to Christoph for his assistance.
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Your Scotland Honeymoon Highlights
Picture yourselves on honeymoon in Scotland. Love is in the air and you have many romantic moments ahead of you. During your special trip for two, you could...
- Stroll down the cobbled streets of the Royal Mile in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh
- Marvel at the striking Quiraing and Old Man of Storr on a journey through the Isle of Skye
- Walk along the banks of Loch Lomond, one of Scotland’s most enchanting lakes
- Taste the Scottish “water of life” in the famed whisky regions of Speyside and the Isle of Islay
- Explore dramatic castles, forts and palaces such as Stirling Castle and Eilean Donan Castle
- Soak up the beautiful scenery around Glen Coe and Fort William in the Scottish Highlands
- Enjoy a romantic walk in St Andrews to admire its Botanic Garden and Cathedral
- Drive the North Coast 500 on a stunning road trip from Inverness to Ullapool
- Discover white beaches and ancient standing stones on the Orkney islands or Lewis & Harris
ADVICE ABOUT SCOTLAND HONEYMOONS
Get ready for your honeymoon in Scotland with these practical guides.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
ABOUT HONEYMOONS IN SCOTLAND
You might have some questions about taking a couples break in Scotland, such as where to go and what to pack. That’s why we’ve answered some of the most frequently asked questions below with our expert advice.
In a nutshell, yes, Scotland is a very romantic place. You can’t help but fall for the breathtaking landscapes, awash with shimmering lochs (lakes), mighty mountains and unspoilt beaches. Nor can you resist the charm of Scottish culture, with pretty towns, vibrant events and friendly locals awaiting you.
From a visitor’s perspective, Scotland is famous for exceptional whisky, stunning scenery and warm hospitality. You might associate Scotland with filming locations – think Harry Potter and Outlander – or perhaps golf, kilts and clans. There is so much more to Scotland, however, which you’ll soon discover.
Scotland is perfect for a honeymoon, anniversary celebration or romantic escape. Whether you’re looking for a trip that’s action-packed, relaxing, or a bit of both, Scotland has it all.
On your trip for two in Scotland, you could immerse yourself in the country’s legendary landscapes. Imagine a place where heather-clad mountains meet still lochs. Where you can walk along white sand beaches or through emerald forests. Where snaking rivers carve through glens (valleys) and gorges.
As well as breathtaking countryside, Scotland is brimming with fascinating history. Explore crumbling castles from medieval times, Neolithic standing stones, and Jacobite sites dating back to the 17th century.
Then you have Scotland’s cities and towns which are simply charming, with so much to keep you entertained. Go shopping on Princes Street in Edinburgh or in Glasgow’s West End. Attend a festival, music concert or art exhibition, and be sure to try delicious local food and drink.
Scotland really is a fantastic honeymoon destination. Our local experts can help you get the most out of your special trip, whether you are looking for a short break or an all-out adventure.
Scotland has so many gorgeous honeymoon spots. Here’s our pick of the most romantic places in Scotland:
- Isle of Skye
- Glen Coe
- Orkney Islands
- Cairngorms National Park
- Isle of Islay
- St Andrews
- Trossachs National Park
- Isle of Harris & Lewis
We highly recommend that you visit Scotland’s picturesque lochs too. Here are some of the most enchanting ones:
- Loch Lomond
- Loch Ness
- Loch Tay
- Loch Awe
Did you know: you could combine a trip to Scotland with Ireland? Discover these close Celtic neighbours on the same tour to experience more beautiful scenery, majestic castles and vibrant culture.
On your romantic Scotland honeymoon or anniversary trip, you could:
- Stay the night in a historic castle or grand country estate
- Enjoy a scenic walk on the beach or beside a loch
- Visit top whisky distilleries, enjoying tours and tastings
- Savour fresh seafood at an award-winning Scottish restaurant
- Hide away in an elegant boutique hotel and dip in a private hot tub
- Ride in the Jacobite Steam Train and admire beautiful scenery
- Discover ancient castles and regal palaces with private gardens
- Hike, cycle or kayak through dramatic Scottish landscapes
- Sip whisky by a roaring fire at a remote country lodge
- Play a round at one of Scotland’s legendary golf courses
These are just some of the romantic things you can do in Scotland. Of course, everyone’s idea of romance is different. You might enjoy hiking to jaw-dropping viewpoints, taking a private boat trip, or spending all day exploring nature.
Or maybe you’d prefer to linger over a sumptuous afternoon tea, learn about Scottish history and folklore, or attend a world-class music concert. If you’re a fan of Outlander, you could explore some of the picturesque filming locations like Falkland and Doune Castle.
Whatever activities appeal to you as a couple, your personal travel consultant will make it happen. Get in touch and they will be delighted to talk through your ideas with you.
Your consultant will also let the hotels and suppliers know if you are on a honeymoon or anniversary trip. In many cases they will do something extra special for you to make the experience even more romantic.
The good news is that there isn’t really a bad time to visit Scotland! Each season has its own charm, whether that’s the warmer summer weather, winter’s peaceful atmosphere, the pretty flowers of spring, or the fiery colours of autumn.
The best time to visit Scotland depends on the sort of things you’d like to do and where you want to go. If you’d like an active honeymoon, then we recommend spring, summer or autumn when the weather is milder and there are more daylight hours to explore.
Or if you’d prefer to visit when it’s a bit quieter, then winter is a good time to come to Scotland. Fewer people are on the roads and at top attractions, so it will feel a lot more private for you. Plus you can experience the twinkling lights of the cities and relax beside roaring fires in romantic hotels.
For more inspiration, check out these Scotland guides by season:
If you love the idea of a road trip, take your pick from an array of scenic routes in Scotland, where the journey is as wonderful as the destinations. You could soak up the ever-changing Highland scenery while driving the North Coast 500. Or perhaps you’d like to explore the Scottish islands, like Skye.
For some inspiration, take a look at these top 5 road trips in Scotland on our blog.
An alternative way to experience Scotland on your honeymoon is by opting for a private tour. You’d have an expert local guide drive you to handpicked locations and attractions. They’d share their knowledge with you to provide you with an authentic insight into the places you visit.
A private tour of Scotland is particularly appealing if you want to visit the famous whisky distilleries. You’d get to enjoy tastings as someone else will be doing all the driving for you.
Want to explore more options? Take a look at our Northern Europe honeymoons and romantic tour packages or read our article on amazing adventure honeymoons in Europe.
The price of your Scotland honeymoon package depends on how long you plan to stay for and which activities you want to experience. You can find your price by choosing a tour package on this page and selecting your dates.
While we can’t guarantee how much day-to-day costs will be, we can assure you that Nordic Visitor trips provide excellent value. Your honeymoon tour always includes romantic hotel stays, daily breakfasts, a detailed personal itinerary and access to our 24/7 helpline.
Our private Scotland tours also come with the cost of a personal driver-guide for the duration of your trip and private airport transfers included in the package price.
If you choose a self-drive tour of Scotland, the package price includes the cost of your rental car – with unlimited mileage, CDW insurance, and VAT. You also get a GPS and a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass or the Scottish Heritage Pass, providing free entry to many attractions, for the duration of your trip.
For more information on costs and currencies, explore our travel guide.
Yes, your self-drive tour with Nordic Visitor includes car rental with our tried-and-tested hire car suppliers in Scotland.
You receive a collision damage waiver (CDW) and an excess waiver to reduce liability to zero. On top of that, you enjoy unlimited mileage, authorisation for two drivers, and a GPS navigation system for peace of mind. We don’t cover your road trip music: that is all up to you!
When you rent a car for your self-drive tour of Scotland with Nordic Visitor, there are some requirements that you should be aware of.
To rent a car in Scotland, you must hold a valid and full driving licence for a minimum period of 4 years. This reduces to 1 year if you are over 23 years of age.
Drivers aged 23 or 24 can take a self-drive tour with Nordic Visitor, subject to a young driver surcharge of £25 per day. You can hire vehicles in our rental car groups A, B, C or F.
The minimum age to rent a car in Scotland is 21. So if you're aged 21 or 22, we would be delighted to arrange your tour and provide you with information on how you can arrange your own car rental with specific suppliers who can cater to those aged 21 and 22.
If you are aged 80 or above, you can rent a car in Scotland so long as you provide medical proof that you are fit to drive. Please note this should be issued no earlier than 4 weeks before your travel date. You can hire vehicles in our rental car groups A, B or C.
Learn more about vehicle groups and car rental in Scotland on our travel guide.
Yes, we will happily tailor your honeymoon tour to suit your tastes and interests. You may want to visit specific places that hold special significance to you. Perhaps you have Scottish roots and want to explore your clan ancestry. Or maybe you’d love to stay in a historical castle or manor house.
You might have a specific experience in mind, such as watching a beautiful sunrise or having a couples photoshoot in a stunning Scottish location. Our Scotland travel experts can advise you on the best spots as they know the country inside out.
Don’t hesitate to ask your dedicated travel consultant to customise your honeymoon tour. They will be delighted to create a personalised itinerary for you!
Yes, you can select your preferred dates. Our packages are available to purchase online so you can choose the best dates for you.
If you’ve already got a tour but now need to change your dates, contact your travel consultant as soon as possible to rearrange your package.
We recommend that you book your Nordic Visitor tour first to secure your preferred dates before buying your flights. Do search for flights in the meantime so you know what’s available, but wait to purchase them until after your travel consultant has confirmed your tour booking.
By securing your Scotland tour first, you get introduced to your dedicated travel consultant and you will receive all of your package details. This means you can make a more informed choice when reserving flights in and out of Scotland. If you have any questions you can always contact us for advice.
Scotland’s climate can be a little unpredictable, even in summer. You might get lovely sunny days, rain, wind, or snow (in winter). That’s why we suggest you pack clothing and gear for all eventualities.
Here’s our recommended packing list for your Scotland honeymoon:
- Warm layers
- Waterproof trousers and jackets
- Sensible footwear
- Small rucksack
- Hat, scarf and gloves
Consider packing a swimsuit too in case you visit a hot tub or swimming pool at your hotel. You may also wish to bring smart outfits for dining out or attending a special event.
Get in touch with our Scotland travel experts. They will help make your dream honeymoon or romantic break an unforgettable experience.
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+354 578 20 80
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