We Love —
- This stunning tour will take you through a patchwork land of jagged mountains & sparkling lochs.
- Visit Scotland's big three attractions: regal Edinburgh, mythic Loch Ness & the celestial Isle of Skye.
- Discover some of Scotland's unique culture along the way, from haggis to highland dancing, this country is like no other.
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Your Itinerary —
Pick up your car at the airport & make your way to Edinburgh with its winning combination of ancient and contemporay sitting side-by-side. Edinburgh is a treasure to discover from the New town adjacent to Princes Street to the quirkiness of the Old Town starting at the Royal Mile - both jointly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You can enjoy boutique shopping in Multrees Walk and a wide choice of restaurants and bars in the West End - or visit the once famous medieval market square at the Grassmarket, which also offers splendid views of the Edinburgh Castle.
From the iconic Edinburgh Castle sitting on its rock above the city, the modernistic buildings of the Scottish Parliament to the educational and fun Dynamic Earth - there truly is something for everyone.
Day 3 Edinburgh - Pitlochy
As you drive to Pitlochy, you will be treated to the sighte of gentle emerald hills will roll past your window, maybe stop along the way to discover the rich clan history which is so evident in this part of Scotland or indulge in some of the local cuisine.
On your way to your hotel a visit to the university town of St Andrews is a must! A stop here will take you to the picturesque and regal courtyards of St Andrews University and the majestic ruins of St Andrews Cathedral, which was destroyed in the Scottish Reformation, all overlooking beautiful bay.
History buffs will revel in Sterling Castle, often called one of the most important castles in Scotland, where Braveheart fought the English in 1292. As soon as you see this imposing castle towering over the land around it, you'll be left in no doubt as to why this was considered one of the most impregnable fortresses in Scotland!
As you continue on to the Isle of Skye, you'll be passing the mythical Loch Ness, famous for the monster that is said to be lurking beneath its fathomable depths. So why not set out on a boats and see if you can glimpse this elusive creature? And while you're doing that you will be treated to gorgeous views of sweeping valleys and enigmatic castles that will be reflected back in the glassy loch waters.
Day 5: Isle of Skye
This unfathomably beautiful island is a patchwork land of jagged mountains and sparkling lochs dotted with historic castles. It takes its name form the old norse word of Sky-a, which means sky island and on the right day you can really see how it got this name, when the mist descends on Cuillin Hills you are left with an ethereal sight.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Cairngorm Mountains is The Great Glen, which follows the impressive path of a geological fault, after a scenic drive you will find yourself at Fort William, one of the most enviable settings in Scotland where the glistening shores of Loch Linnhe meet the magnificent mountain scenery which includes Ben Navis! This truly is an excellent base for exploring the surrounding mountains and glens that have drawn countless visitors throughout the years.
Day 7: Fort Williams - Glasgow (via the Valley of Glencoe)
On your way to your final destination you will be travelling through one of Scotland's most famous glens, dominated by three massive, brooding spurs, known as the Three Sisters. The main rain threads through this mountainous grandeur past deep gorges and crashing waterfalls.
Glencoe and Loch Leven is located within the Outdoor Capital of the UK and when you’re there you’ll understand why. Nowhere else in the UK will you find such a collection of mountains, lochs and rivers that offer a unique range of activities, stunning scenery and plenty of space to roam free.
Scotland's largest city is a dizzying diverse collection of art and architecture. At first glance, Glasgow's handsome Victorian buildings seem like nothing special but they are packed with stylish bars, top-notch restaurants, hedonistic clubs and one of Britain's best live music scenes. Daring modern structures and Victorian grandeur rub shoulders to create a vibrant city waiting to be explored.
Your Hotels —
You will be staying in standard rooms with breakfast included throughout
Hotel Dalmahoy 4* - Edinburgh (2-nights)
Set on 1,000 acres of parkland, this upscale hotel in a Baronial-style manor house is 7 miles from Edinburgh Zoo and 9 miles from Edinburgh Castle. Rooms have warm and refined decor, featuring Wi-Fi (for a fee), flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemakers.
This high-end 1871 manor hotel with Tummel Valley views is 1 mile from Pitlochry train station and 2.6 miles from the Edradour single malt distillery. Elegant, individually designed rooms have scenic views, free WiFi, TVs, and tea and coffeemaking equipment.
Cullin Hills Hotel 4* - Isle of Skye (2-nights)
On private grounds overlooking Portree Bay, this elegant, circa-1880s hotel once belonged to the MacDonald Clan. It lies 0.8 miles from central Portree and 23.1 miles from Dunvagen Castle. Plush rooms come with en suite bathrooms, tea and coffemaking equipment, and TVs. Some have loch views.
Old Pines Hotel 4* - Fort William (1-night)
This cosy, stylish hotel in a modern wood and stone building is a 6-minute walk from the Commando Memorial, and 10 miles from the Ben Nevis Distillery. Airy rooms have country-style decor, and feature free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and tea and coffeemaking facilities.
Glasgow City Hotel 4* - Glasgow (1-night)
From history to culture, and the best shopping outside of London, visitors can experience the heart of Glasgow a stone's throw away from the hotel. The Glasgow City hotel offers 300 large bedrooms which feature free WiFi * a TV.
Please note that if these hotels are not available hotels of a similar or higher standard will be found
Your Journey —
Flights: The flights included are with either a scheduled or no-frills airline and are subject to live availability and prices can change. You can choose your preferred departure times during the booking process. Please select your flight options carefully as departure and arrival airports may differ.
Transfers: Are not included.
Car hire: This offer includes the hire of a Medium category Polo type vehicle with unlimited mileage with will be picked up and dropped off at Edinburgh Airport. Please see the details tab for more details.