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A sample incentive programme to Scotland: 4 nights.

Scotland abounds with possibilities for an incentive programme. To give you a flavour, we have put together a five day programme. Here, not only is there a wealth of private castles and country estates, but also a huge choice of outdoor pursuits. And all of this, set against a backdrop of breathtakingly beautiful scenery, gives you the perfect ingredients for a truly memorable trip.

Day 1 - Edinburgh


  • On arrival, you will be greeted the traditional way, by a lone piper. Transfer to luxury hotel in the centre of Scotland’s capital city. In the the morning, you will visit The Palace of Holyrood and The Castle. Dramatically poised on a volcanic crag and dating back 900 years, Edinburgh Castle houses the splendid Scottish Crown Jewels and the famous Stone of Destiny upon which Scottish monarchs were once crowned. After a morning sightseeing, lunch will be at The Dome, one of Edinburgh’s most renowned restaurants and landmarks. Built in 1775, The Dome was originally the site of the old Physicians Hall.

  • Afternoon at leisure for shopping and walking The Royal Mile.

  • This evening, you will enjoy a gala dinner on the magnificent Royal Yacht Britannia, which is a ‘must’ for any incentive trip to Scotland. The Britannia was the private yacht for the British Royal Family for over 40 years. Entertaining on board is no different today from when she was on state duty welcoming royalty, heads of state and international business leaders. The same meticulous attention to detail and the same high standards of service are rigorously observed today.

Day 2, 3 & 4 Gleneagles


Transfer to one of Scotland’s most prestigious hotels, Gleneagles, for a 3 night stay. Here, you will find a world-famous 5 Star Luxury Hotel with an award-winning Spa and Golf Resort set within the gentle beauty of 850 acres of Perthshire countryside. Gleneagles is home to three championship golf courses and an exhilarating array of other outdoor activities. Suggestions for incentive programmes include:


  • A helicopter flight for a Highland adventure over mountains and glens, with a fine malt whisky or a luxury picnic in Glencoe or steam train ride on the West Coast.

  • A private tour with whisky tastings and a whisky master class in one of Scotland’s oldest and finest distilleries.

  • A vintage car rally, with a Champagne lunch served by a kilted butler on a private estate.

  • Playing Golf on a championship course.

  • Enjoying the country pursuits of hunting, shooting, fishing: Gleneagles has a world famous Shooting and Fishing Schools.

  • Riding in The Equestrian School – one of the most impressive riding centres in Europe.

  • Watching the experts train birds of prey at The British School of Falconry.

  • Training dogs at The Gundog School – the first of its kind in the world.

  • Driving off-road 4×4 vehicles on two specially-developed courses.

  • Being spectators or participants in a privately organised highland games for team-building – tossing the caber, shot put and learning the techniques of highland dancing.

    On the last night at Gleneagles, we transfer to the mystical Palace of Scone, once the crowning place of the Scottish Kings and now the home of the Earls of Mansfield. Scone Palace is regarded as a national treasure and is revered as the historic ‘jewel in the crown’ of Scotland. A finale gala dinner will include a five course banquet, fireworks and a piped band for beating the retreat.

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