Inspired by the fine-dining and Michelin-starred restaurants across the Highlands, the à la car menu features nine supercars to choose from, with alternative options available on request.
Created by Connoisseurs Scotland and Lang Atholl, the week long experience offers enthusiasts the opportunity to explore Scotland’s North Coast 500 route in unprecedented luxury, complete with indulgent pit stops at some of the country’s finest hotels.
Jeremy Hawkings, Chief Executive, Connoisseurs Scotland said: “We expect the new luxury drive, dine and stay experience across the NC500 to be very popular.
“The route offers some of the most incredible motoring one can enjoy in the United Kingdom, challenging corners, fantastic straights and stunning views – what better way to enjoy them than behind the wheel of some of the world’s most beautiful supercars?
“There’s no feeling quite like taking a Ferrari 458 Italia or a Lamborghini Huracán around the nuances of Sutherland or the Nissan GT-R around the sweeping scenery of Caithness, for example – but that experience can be completely different in a McLaren 570S or the formidable Audi R8 v10 Spyder.”
He added: “Scotland is renowned for its enviable larder, exceptional hotels and dramatic roads so we’ve developed the Ultimate Scottish Road trip as one of the best ways to experience the Highlands.”
Alongside the luxury pit stops at Kinloch Lodge, the Torridon, Inver Lodge Hotel and Chez Roux, Dornoch Castle, Rocpool Reserve and Chez Roux and Boath House, Michelin Star Chefs Marcelo Tully and Charlie Lockley are on hand to offer cooking and foraging experiences.
Stop-offs at picture-perfect landscapes at Handa Island and Loch Ness complete the route.
Starting at £4,450 per person, the Ultimate Scottish Road Trip offers six nights and seven days of motoring bliss, beginning in Inverness.