Driver-Guided Tours of Scotland & Ireland

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Explore the Celtic Cousins with Your Own driver-guide

Scotland and Ireland are two Celtic cousins with just a short ferry crossing between them. On your private driver-guided tour of the two nations, your guide will discuss the historical and cultural ties that have bonded them together, as well as the unique characteristics that make each nation so distinct and celebrated on the world stage.

With so much to experience and see between the two nations, it can be hard to decide how to plan your vacation. Our complimentary itinerary service means that you can simply tell us when your flights arrive and depart, and what type of location or activities you are interested in, and we will provide you with a full itinerary packed with iconic sites as well as lesser-known hidden gems that reveal the true nature and authenticity of the Scots and the Irish.

Most popular locations on combined Ireland & Scotland tours

With many more famous sights than we could ever hope to fit on here. We believe, however, that some of your most cherished memories from your driver-guided tour of Scotland and Ireland could very possibly come from a location you’re not currently aware of. Request a custom itinerary to find out what exclusive and lesser-known activities we have in store for you!

Why choose us for your driver guided tour of Ireland & Scotland

In order to provide the ultimate tour experience for our clients, we only provide private small group tours for individuals, families, or small groups. This allows us to tailor the tour to your exact requirements, guarantee that you can travel at a pace that suits you to see all the locations you desire, and make sure that all your needs are catered for.

Benefits of touring with Braw Private Tours include:

Friendly Local Experts

Our experienced chauffeurs are capable of providing their unique insight and local knowledge to help bring your tour to life!

Complimentary Itinerary

A complimentary consultancy service where your private driver will help you plan your tour and provide a free custom itinerary

Accommodation Included

For overnight travel, we can help you find accommodation that suits your taste!

Flexible & Customizable

We put you first, so every aspect of our tours is fully customizable to suit you and your group’s preferences.

Explore in comfort

Explore Ireland and/or Scotland in our top-of-the-line air-conditioned vehicles.

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inspire your trip to Scotland & Ireland

Cliffs of Moher, Ireland

Cliffs of Moher

Rising over 200 meters high and spanning 8 kilometers along the wild Atlantic coast, the Cliffs provide stunning views of the Aran Islands with the ocean crashing below. Your driver-guide will be able to inform you of all the folklore and myths that surround this incredible testament to the beauty of nature.

Loch Ness - Urquhart Castle

Loch Ness

A good many facts make Loch Ness stand out among other Scottish lakes. It is the second-largest Scottish lake with a surface area of 56 km2 (the largest being Loch Lomond), but due to its great depth, it is the largest by volume in the British Isles. Its deepest point is 230 m, making it the second deepest loch in Scotland after Loch Morar. It also contains more freshwater than all the lakes in England and Wales combined!

Take a tour around the Loch’s vast banks or perhaps a private cruise on it’s blue waters – get in touch with our guides today to start building your perfect tour!

Giant's Causeway, Ireland

Giant's Causeway

Visit a jewel in the crown of the fabulous Causeway Coast: Giant’s Causeway. A site of World Heritage and therefore ranked alongside Mount Everest and the Giant Redwoods of California for its importance to humankind. Welcome to one of the most amazing places on the planet; The Causeway comprises around 40,000 mostly hexagonal basalt columns descending gently into the sea. Depending on who you believe, the stones were formed either by an underwater volcano’s geological actions or by an Irish giant named Finn McCool, who lived and battled along the north Antrim Coast. However, it was formed, it is a fabulous way to spend an hour.

Isle of Skye storr at sunset

Isle of Skye

Take a day trip to the magical Isle of Skye with your very own private driver-guide. Skye is filled with stunning natural views, quaint towns, beautiful beaches & fascinating history. You could spend weeks touring the Island’s sites, including The Fairy Glen, The Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock & Mealt Falls Viewpoint, Skye Museum of Island Life, Dunvegan Castle & Gardens or even a wee taste of our local spirit at the Talisker Whisky Distillery!

Whatever your tastes or interests, our guides will plan the perfect day trip for you and your group!

Ring of Kerry

Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is the ring road that follows the coastal contours of Kerry’s Iveragh Peninsula. The Ring is one of Ireland’s most famous circuits, but it’s much more than a simple driving route, the Ring of Kerry is an iconic destination wrapped in stunning visual history.

This scene-stealing route beginning and ending in Killarney takes in all the big hitters – Moll’s Gap, the Torc Waterfall, and the Gap of Dunloe are places you will see, but really, the route itself is so much more than the sum of its parts. 

Glencoe in springtime


You’d be able to pay a visit to the magnificent Glencoe Mountains for the day from a variety of starting points in Scotland.

The areas around Glencoe have hikes suitable for a wide range of activity levels so don’t worry if you don’t want to climb up to the top – we’ll still manage to get to some incredible viewpoints, particularly of the ‘Three Sisters’ scenic area.

Kylemore Abbey, Ireland

Kylemore Abbey

The iconic Kylemore Abbey was built in the late 1800s by Mitchell Henry MP, a wealthy businessman, and liberal politician, who, inspired by his love for his wife Margaret, and his hopes for his beloved Ireland, created an estate boasting ‘all the innovations of the then modern age’. Kylemore is now owned and run by the Benedictine community who have been in residence here since 1920.

Eilean donan Castle

Eilean Donan Castle

The famous Eilean Donan: a small tidal island where three sea lochs meet, Loch Duich, Loch Long, and Loch Alsh, in the western Highlands of Scotland. A picturesque castle that frequently appears in photographs, film, and television dominates the island, which lies about 1 kilometer (0.62 mi) from the village of Dornie. Since the castle’s restoration in the early 20th century, a footbridge has connected the island to the mainland.

The castle was founded in the thirteenth century and became a stronghold of the Clan Mackenzie and their allies the Clan Macrae. In the early eighteenth century, the Mackenzies’ involvement in the Jacobite rebellions led in 1719 to the castle’s destruction by government ships. Lieutenant-Colonel John Macrae-Gilstrap’s twentieth-century reconstruction of the ruins produced the present buildings.