July 7, 2014

My mission is to make your visit to Scotland memorable ! 

I was introduced to the Outlander series of books about 15 years ago by a Kiwi friend and since then have devoured them all, several times over !!  Whilst I am delighted to talk to my visitors about Outlander, I am also a Blue Badge qualified Scottish Tourist Guide, meaning that as your guide, I can take you to a wide range of interesting places that cover a broad spectrum of life, past and present, in Scotland.

I was born and brought up in Scotland, and despite travelling, living and working abroad for an international whisky company, Scotland remains my passion and is the place for me.  I have lived in Edinburgh and Glasgow, so know the cities well, but am a country girl at heart having been brought up in Highland Perthshire.

As well as Outlander filming locations, castle, museum and city tours, I can take you to hidden picnic spots in the Highlands, amazing scenic locations, outstanding beaches, advise on a wide range of walks and outdoor activities for all levels of ability and help you find the “wow” factor for your visit. Scotland has so much to see and do, you will find that one visit is not enough !

Please get in touch to see how I can make your visit to Scotland spectacular.

Pour les francophones, je serais ravie de vous guider en français et vous montrer l’Ecosse –  villes, châteaux, musées, distilleries, des endroits cachés et des vues sur les montagnes, la mer, les lacs et les vallées.  Je connais des coins perdus, des plages impressionnantes, des randonnées et activités pour tous les niveaux.  Je peux vous accompagner pour une demi-journée en ville, un ou plusieurs jours en autocar ou je peux vous guider en tant que “guide-chauffeur” pour les petits groupes.  Venez visiter l’Ecosse à votre façon, vous serez enchantés.


Save on entry costs to Historic Scotland – Buy a Historic Scotland Explorer Pass or annual membership if you plan on visiting a lot of sites – well worth the money


Do a city / country walk – there are plenty to choose from from easy to strenuous – You see what the locals do and it’s a great break from the “tourist trail”