Drive the Scottish Highlands with Aston Martin

17th – 22nd October 2018

Aston Martin’s Art of Living invites you to join them on their first full adventure along the world-renowned North Coast 500. This driving spectacular will see you take to the wheel of an Aston Martin, through the dramatic landscapes of the Highlands, while enjoying the traditions of Scottish culture with whisky tastings, clay-Pidgeon shooting, a falconry display and finally an energetic Ceilidh.

This series of extraordinary drives, wrapping around the most northern tip of Scotland, provides the perfect road trip to explore the rugged mountain ranges, stunning lochs and historic castles, alongside the unparalleled views of the Highlands. Accompanied by the Art of Living team, you will discover the hidden gems and unforgettable roads of this region.  

Following this adventurous drive, you will be welcomed to one of the world’s most prestigious private Members’ club, at Skibo Castle, granting you exclusive entry to a Scottish hideaway reserved for the lucky few. Nestled in the Highlands of Dornoch, Skibo Castle is the perfect location to relax and enjoy the stunning surroundings, world-class golf course and luxurious spa.

Your final evenings will feature a host of exceptional traditional festivities, including a private dinner with Skibo archivist, Victoria Connor, an address to the haggis in The Great Hall, followed by a farewell dinner in Mr Carnegie’s Dining Room. No visit to Skibo would be complete without a Ceilidh in The Great Hall, where the Skibo band and dancers will ensure you are in step before the evening and experience draws to a close.

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