MG Scotland 2021 26th Sep - 30th Sep 2020From £575.00 per person
MG Scotland 2021
26th – 30th September 2021
The 2021 edition of MG Scotland will be based at the Dunkeld House Hotel for a four-night stay. Set amongst 280 acres of grounds and forest, this four-star Country House Hotel overlooks the fast-flowing river Tay, famous for its Salmon fishing. Situated in Perthshire the hotel is the perfect base to discover three very different areas surrounding the hotel. The beauty of the Cairngorms National Park. Scone Palace is just a short distance from the hotel, where we have arranged a visit. Lastly, follow the planned route along the River Tay to Loch Tay with the opportunity to visit the Dewar’s distillery if you wish.
Sunday 26th September
Arrive at the hotel for check in. If you arrive early then enjoy the hotels grounds or book in an activity such as clay pigeon shooting or an off-road driving experience. You can enjoy the hotels swimming pool and spa facilities or take afternoon tea, alfresco or by the fire, in order to relax and unwind after your journey. Dinner is included in the hotel restaurant each evening.
Monday 27th September
Route one meanders along the River Tay via the Dewar’s Whisky Distillery at Aberfeldy. You continue to drive along the river to Kenmore where you reach Loch Tay. The picturesque scenery continues along the Loch to Killin and the ‘Falls of Dochart’. You continue on the enjoyable roads via Crieff back to the hotel. Approximate driving distance 90 miles
Tuesday 28th September
Today’s run is the longest distance of the three road routes but it is worth it. The Cairngorms National Park is stunning from start to finish. The route takes in part of the North East 250 route as you navigate via the Glen’s to the mountains. This stunning natural park is home to one of Scotland’s ski ranges at Aviemore. The Cairngorms have been voted in the top 20 places to visit in the world. Approximate driving distance 170 miles
Wednesday 29th September
We have arranged a special welcome at Scone Palace with parking for your cars in front of the main entrance to the Palace. You will have plenty of time for a visit of the palace and grounds. The Palace has a café that uses ingredients from the kitchen garden. Once refreshed you depart the grounds via the ancient archway, which makes for a great photo opportunity. Approximate driving distance 90 miles
Thursday 30th September
After one last Scottish breakfast at the hotel check out by 11:00hrs, ahead of your return journey.