Whatever YOUR special event, D & E Prestige, the Highland business which sets new Scotland-wide standards in luxury car hire, is the one to ensure you’re on the road to success.
Using our team of experienced chauffeurs, D & E Prestige overtakes all rivals.
For that dream wedding, luxury airport transfer, sporting and corporate events, or tackling the celebrated North Coast 500 – whatever your wish, D & E Prestige offers an experience as close to ownership as possible.
We can hire our new Rolls Royce Phantom, the timeless icon which tops the super luxury vehicles class and which Autocar says “so perfectly embodies your expectation of how the most luxurious car in the world will feel”.
Our BMW Extra Long 7 Series is rated by Car Magazine: “If this is a limo, I want to retrain as a chauffeur because it’s absolutely epic to drive”. Plus the latest Range Rover Vogue. With no hidden charges, 24 hour service at most major airports (flight delayed? – We’ll wait for you).
Call director Amy Nicholson or call in at our office at 23 Lotland Street, Inverness (phone 01463 711832). Email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have an empty diary for your time in the highlands, there is no better way of spending a day, than seeing the sights in one of our beautifully presented vehicles. Travel down the world famous Loch Ness to see the ruins of Urquhart Castle, then join Jamie Fraser when you step onto the haunting moors at Culloden Battlefield. Step further back in time with the ancient Clava Cairns, almost as old as the pyramids at Giza! A short drive takes you to the stunning Cawdor Castle, with its world famous gardens. Then reflect on your day with the highlands finest nectar at Tomatin distillery.
A day “up north” needs to be started right. So join the 16 men of Tain and discover the exceptional Glenmorangie Distillery, a taste that is at the heart of local folklore. Travel further north to Dunrobin Castle, with its falconry shows, beautiful gardens and many rooms to see, Dunrobin simply is too good to be missed. Then visit a truly Scottish monument, Carn Liath is testament to the ingenuity of Iron Age Scots. Finish your tour at the beautiful falls of Shin, if you’re lucky, you’ll see the salmon jumping through the falls!
For anyone that loves malt whisky, this is one tour that trumps the competition. Speyside whiskies have their own distinct taste that has made them the favourite tipple for so many people for so long. Visit the world famous distilleries of Tomatin and Glenlivet, then see the llamas and walled gardens at Ballindalloch Castle. A visit to Glenfarclas is not to be missed, one of the last family owned distilleries in the area, a bottle of their family cask is the perfect present to take home. See how the whisky barrels are made at the speyside cooperage, an ancient art that takes many years to perfect. Finally, finish your day at the Aberlour distillery, who have some of the finest speyside whiskies around.
Travel down the world famous Loch Ness to see the ruins of Urquhart Castle, then join Jamie Fraser when you step onto the haunting moors at Culloden Battlefield. Step further back in time with the ancient Clava Cairns, almost as old as the pyramids at Giza! A short drive takes you to the stunning Cawdor Castle, with its world famous gardens. Then reflect on your day with the highlands finest nectar at Tomatin distillery.
Visit the Hebrides for a day you will never forget. Travel to Skye along the banks of Loch Ness, and stop at the iconic Eilean Donan Castle, steeped in history this is the perfect photo opportunity! There are so many things to see and do on Skye, that it’s impossible to fit it all into one day, so we can tailor the perfect day trip for you based on your interests. We can take you to some of the Natural wonders Skye has to offer, such as the Quirang, with an elevation of nearly 1800 feet, the views are spectacular. If you would like to see historical places, you could be visiting Dunvegan Castle, or even visiting Flora Macdonald, the woman who stole bonny prince Charlie away from the government troops. A day in Skye should always be included on a visit to the highlands, just make sure to use D&E prestige to get there!