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Individually designed whisky & sightseeing tours of Scotland. Let us, your local experts, show you the real Scotland

 


  luxury cruise ships near SalenPaul taking his whisky back to the coach, all ten bottles, bless!

Some images from the gathering and tours around it.  A wee note from a happy guest; Jack and I could not have been more pleased with our trip. We praised your efforts many times, and loved being with you and Shona. She is a delightful young woman, and I know you must enjoy her immensely. We would like to do a review for other readers to tell them how capable, conscientious and talented you are in planning trips. You are just the best! We have one suggestion. When we left Inverness, we stopped at Spean Bridge. We had lunch at Russell's Restaurant. It is by the little mill which is by a bridge. We went to Russell's. We had a "proper Sunday roast" as the owner said when we entered," no sandwiches." It was divine food and excellent service. You might want to add it to your list of places. Also, I have invited my daughter, who is an Episcopal priest, to return with me to Iona next summer, probably either the first or second or third week of July for a week retreat. I just adored the Iona Hotel, their food and that island. It is a perfect place for a retreat. Here is where you come in. I want Jack to join me at the end of my retreat on Iona. We would meet in Glasglow, I guess--I will see my daughter off and greet Jack. Then, Jack and I would like to tour the outer islands, places north of Inverness. We were thinking about 7-10 days. He just said that he really loves Scotland and doesn't want to go to Ireland or England, just see the rest of northern Scotland! He must be a Scot at heart. My grandmother was a Guthrie, but I think he is Scottish to the bone. He has been really cute and said, "I can't plan next summer. I am still enjoying and reflecting on my time in Scotland from this summer." However, I think in a few more days, he will be ready to be more specific about a trip next summer. . I have already taken on four more classes to teach after school this next year so that I can begin stuffing my piggy bank for Scotland. We found the information centers in Scotland to be helpful.(The purple "i's") You may have mentioned that in your notes, but they are easy to find and help with maps, directions, etc. We would give all the places we stayed an excellent rating. You are awesome and as my students say, "Liz Rocks!" Thank you for a wonderful holiday even though Jack is having some withdrawal pains! Let us know how to write a review...Trip Advisor? We want to let others know about you. Claudia. Note; Claudia and jack came to the Maclean gathering in June 2012 with us. Paul; actually, we have a lot like this! Thanks to everyone for their photos.  “Thanks to Paul, Liz and Mclean Scotland Travel for an absolutely fabulous Scotland vacation. You guys took such good care of my family, and I cannot thank you enough!” and ... “I agree 100%. They planned my 2007 trip and it went off without a hitch! A better company I couldn't have found anywhere!

McLeans from Tennessee and New YorkShona in EdinburghJoseph and Chuck at Urquhart

Chuck, Paul, Joseph and Liz at the Domechiefs on parade

the mcleanscotland battle bushappy diners at Oban pier

coach group at Urquhartferry away to the Isles from Oban

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are the Official Travel Agency for Clan Gillean U.S.A. www.clangilleanusa.org

Tobermory
whisky night in Pitlochry; Paul, Don, Liz, Joseph and Shona

CLAN MACLEAN GATHERING MULL 2012

well, the gathering has been and gone, but no forgotten! We hope you all enjoyed your various tours with us, not being able to be on every one, we need wait on your feedback of course, so please3 feel free to send them in.

As most of you know, we do not only work during official gatherings, we work all year round both here in Scotland and of course Ireland.

Made on Mull

... is your one stop shop for all the tasty delights that are created on the Inner Hebridean island of Mull.  Mull has a population of almost 3000 and amongst these Islanders there is a wide, colourful variety of people from farmers to fisherman, crofters to caterers all with an amazing amount of entrepreneurial spirit; making some of the most individual and dedicated products, while all quietly working away with the passion and drive that make them award winning.  Made on Mull brings the fruits of their labour to you, from whisky and beer, jams and chutneys, to biscuits and cheeses. They have a range of distinctive flavours with something to tickle everyone’s palate. You can buy individual products or if you’re looking for a unique gift or perhaps a little treat for yourself try a hamper to enjoy the range of flavours. All can be customised and wrapped just for you. http://madeonmull.co.uk/