How lovely, Nith, thy fruitful vales,
Where bounding hawthorns gaily bloom;
And sweetly spread thy sloping dales,
Where lambkins wanton through the broom.
Robbie Burns 1759 – 1796
Take a chauffer driven guided tour of Nithsdale in one of our vintage or classic cars
Visit the home of Robbie Burns in Dumfries or the 17th century Drumlanrig Castle just outside Thornhill. While in the area we could pop along to the Lead Mining Museum in Wanlockhead; Scotland’s highest village, or pay a visit to Sanquhar in the Nith valley which has the oldest Post Office in the world, having first opened its doors in 1712. How about a trip to Gretna to visit the old toll booth, Scotland’s first house and marriage room or even Gretna Green home to the world famous Blacksmiths shop.
For a full list of destinations check out our tour guide
The Castle Tour
With so many Castles in the area you are never stuck for somewhere historical to visit, from the ruins of Sanquhar Castle to the magnificence of Drumlanrig, this tour takes you on a trip back in time as you learn about the wars, battles and sieges of these historic buildings.
Introducing “Reggie” our 1947 Rover 12
The Rover 12 was a name given to several medium-sized family cars built by the British Rover car company between 1905 and 1948.