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All you need to do is turn up!
This could be you
A customer enjoying one of our Traveller routes
What is a Kirkmillan holiday like?
In one word “Relaxing”
Our holidays take you to the best of Scotland, at a pace that suits you. Think of it as sightseeing by cycle. There is plenty of time to stop take in the stunning views. Photo stops are guaranteed.
You will see the famous Scottish sites such as, Edinburgh Castle, the Forth Bridges, Rob Roy’s grave, the majestic mountains of the Scottish Highlands, both Scotland’s national parks.
And some less well known Scottish sites which are simply stunning like Murdoch’s Castle, Glen Ogle Viaduct, the Hermitage, the unique Falkirk Wheel.
Our all inclusive holiday packages include everything - luxury accommodation, all your meals, quality cycle hire, and comfortable transport. All you need to do is turn up!
We specialise in quality guided Scottish cycle holidays, focused on seeing the best in Scotland in total comfort.
We focus on ensuring every guest has a great time, from beginning to end. The routes are carefully planned, varied in length and technical difficulty so that all guests see Scotland and do the most they can and get the most from their holiday with us.
We only use Hilton Hotels so luxury is guaranteed, and all our cycle tours start and finish in Edinburgh, capital of Scotland, allowing you to make the most of your holiday.
All our cycle holidays are graded into three levels from Traveller (easy) through to Adventurer (harder) and finally Explorer (hardest). Each tour is designed to match your ability and your personal goals. All our tours are fully guided by our experienced local guides. For more information on our tour grades click here.
We provide guided Scottish cycle holidays which are all inclusive:
We exclusively use Scottish Hilton hotels
You have one of our guides with you at all times
We supply all your meals, your bicycle and transport between locations
All our holidays start and finish in the centre of Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland.