Tourist Guide Scotland

Terms & Conditions

"The Medieval Linlithgow Palace on the right, with the recently renovated Crown Tower of St Michael's Church on the left"

"The mighty and imposing Edinburgh Castle, in Scotland's Capital City, Edinburgh."

Please email me for current guiding fees.

The following conditions should be negotiated and agreed between the client/agent and the guide:

For a full day lasting more than 8 hours, or a half-day lasting more than 4 hours, an agreed supplementary payment per hour or per agreed additional period.

Please note: a half day typically runs from 0900-1300 or 1300-1700. If a job crosses from morning to afternoon or afternoon to evening, a full day tariff will apply.

In certain circumstances unsocial hours charges may apply.

Dinner, bed, breakfast and lunch/meal allowance on extended tours

Transport/travelling expenses and travelling time to join tour.

I am available all year round.

Availability.
Transport/travelling expenses and travelling time to join tour.
Cancellation.

Cancellation fees for half day and full day tours:

If less than 7 days notice of cancellation is given a fee of 50% will be payable.

If less than 48 hours notice of cancellation is given the full fee will be payable.

Cancellation fees for extended tours:

A date for final confirmation should be agreed at the time of booking. Beyond this date, guides reserve the right to charge a cancellation fee.

Agent/Client should clearly specify the details of the itinerary and notify the guide immediately of any tour alterations.

Links

http://www.stga.co.uk

http://www.visitscotland.com

http://www.linlithgow.com/pride_passion.htm

http://www.taste-of-scotland.com/

http://www.scotexchange.net/

http://www.geo.ed.ac.uk/scotgaz/

http://www.scottishholidays.net/

http://www.edinburgh.org/

http://www.historic-scotland.gov.uk/

http://www.scottishfarmersmarkets.co.uk/

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Linlithgow-A-Great-Visit/326197937471865

Scotland is renowned for so many things but our food and drink are world class. Have a look here:

http://www.visitscotland.com/about/food-drink/

I can arrange food and drink tasting tours along with tours focusing on our wonderful produce.

If you plan on using Linlithgow as a base or want to spend a few nights have a look at these stunning apartments:

www.courtresidence.com

Scotland is renowned for so many things but our food and drink are world class. Have a look here:

If you plan on using Linlithgow as a base or want to spend a few nights have a look at these stunning apartments:

Did you know: The deepest loch (lake) in Scotland is 310m deep? Almost as deep as the Eiffel
Tower is high The highest point in Scotland and the UK is Ben Nevis at 1345m high!

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