TWO DAY OVERNIGHT
Follow in the footsteps of Britain's most suave secret agent with a visit to some of the iconic Scottish film locations.
Absorb the raw splendour of Glen Coe's rugged peaks as you follow the same road 007 travelled along in Skyfall or visit
Eilean Donan Castle, the Scottish headquarters of MI6 in The World is Not Enough (1999). Ever wondered about 007's bond with Scotland?
Aside from beautiful women and ingenious gadgets, stunning locations are a key ingredient in James Bond films and
Sam Mendes' Skyfall (2012)is the fourth film to feature Scotland's jaw-dropping landscapes.
Starring Daniel Craig as 007, Skyfall sees the secret agent returning to his Scottish roots,
with the main part of the action taking place at Bond's family home,
Skyfall Lodge, which is located in awe-inspiring Glen Coe.
The James Bond tour of the Highlands of Scotland features Famous filming locations
Eilean Donan Castle , Glencoe, Glen Etive and the Highlands
With a visit Sean Connery’s Scottish birthplace and a must see museum tour of a selection of Bond cars
Great Scottish Tours (GST) Will Pick You Up From Your Selected Departure Points In Edinburgh
Eilean Donan Castle
THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH
Eilean Donan Castle is nearly as stereotypically British as James Bond himself. The castle is known for its seclusion in the Scottish Highlands,
which is why it makes for a perfect headquarter for MI6 in The World is Not Enough featuring Pierce Brosnan as 007.
Eilean Donan Castle is the stunning Highlands castle set on an island in the middle of 3 lochs. The castle is the most photographed castle in
the UK and it featured in the James Bond film Skyfall.
Eilean Donan Castle t-shirts and prints can be bought online
Soak up the spooky and atmospheric Glencoe, birthplace of Bond’s father we drive north along the shores of Scotland’s longest loch & spectacular Glen Orchy, we continue into the wilderness of Rannoch Moor.
A sequence filmed in the Highlands was along this route is instantly recognisable from 2012’s Skyfall. On the A82 near the striking peaks of Buachaille & Etive Moor, the secret agent's iconic Aston Martin DB5 manages to get upstaged by the stunning atmospheric scenery.
The road is less than 15 miles long ends at a small car park and disused pier at the head of Loch Etive but it leads you to some of the most stunning views you can find including the majestic Buacchaile Glen Etive mountain ridge.
Drop the bags, sink into your armchair, and
indulge in the breath taking views
For a more relaxed trip, enjoy a gentle meander around Loch Leven, take in the views looking out to the Pap of Glencoe, or sit back and dine on a delicious meal from our restaurant overlooking the loch. Feature Rooms views over Loch Linnhe that’ll make you go ‘oooh’. The difference from standard rooms? The views over Loch Linnhe and Loch Leven (they change at the bridge) and the Glencoe mountain ranges – they are quite something
If there is any place in the world that never fails to impress, it’s Glen Etive.
As the original ‘road to nowhere’, Glen Etive has featured in the film Skyfall making it an increasingly popular destination.
Allow yourself two hours for the drive there and back. Taking as long as you like to explore Loch Etive on foot at the end. There are plenty of passing places along the way and a turning point at Loch Etive for when you decide to head back. Allow yourself two hours for the round trip.
Bond 007 Memorabilia
Visit the private collection of over 25 vehicles, including the Lotus Esprit SI from 'The Spy Who Loved Me', the BMW 750 from 'Tomorrow Never Dies', Thunderbirds Hover Bike, The Harry Potter Car, and 'Tardis' props from Dr Who. Have a snack at Miss Moneypenny’s Diner before continuing west with a scenic drive along the banks of Loch Lomond
- Eilean Donan Castle
- Loch Etive
- Rannock moore
- Bo'ness Motor Museum
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