Our tours are generally based out of one central location with high-quality, comfortable accommodations. We choose castles, manors, or estates that are unique, have a history, and are central to the region and the attractions of each tour.
Shared bathrooms are common in Scotland. For your comfort, our kosher tour groups always aim to stay in places with en-suite bathrooms or the most comfortable accommodation possible. They are also selected with our self-catering needs in mind. Contact us for more details.
Eating Kosher in Scotland is not as straightforward as in the U.S. or Israel. Very few products carry a Kashrut symbol. The only kosher restaurants are in Glasgow, and they too operate on a very limited and ad-hoc basis. Our meals are brought in from a local kosher caterer or cooked on-site in our personally-koshered kitchen. Our additional purchased food is either certified by the London Beis Din or by an accepted Kashrut list or authority.
Please let us know well in advance if you have any allergies or dietary restrictions.
Please reach out to learn more about our kosher catering in Scotland.
Shabbat and holidays
The best time to visit Scotland is late Spring or summer. Our tours, particularly during the months of May and June, will be organized such as not to clash with Shavuot. Similarly our tours take place primarily on weekdays in order to allow you to experience Scotland to the fullest. August is the busiest month partly due to the famous Edinburgh Festival. We are planning an inaugural tour for the coming year.
All tours begin and end at one of Scotland’s international airports – generally Glasgow or Edinburgh airport.
To book your place on our next trip, or to get more details about our kosher tours of Scotland, please give us a call or fill out the contact form and press Send.