We are delighted to introduce holidays to Scotland that feature scenic splendour from lush green countryside to majestic mountains. Take a trip this Autumn, discover the romantic highlands or the waterways of this Celtic country.
Celebrate Scotland's most famous Bard with an all inclusive 'Burns Break' staying at the Winnock Hotel in Drymen. The holiday will include a glass of wine with dinner, storytelling on one evening and a full Scottish Show on another evening. There will be a free bar between 7.30-10.30 p.m. each evening (selected brands only).
Once the ancient capital of Scotland, the city of Perth is steeped in history, it sits astride the River Tay - prized for its salmon, its freshwater pearls and as an essential ingredient in fine Scottish Whiskies, you will discover all three as you go souvenir hunting around the town.
Enjoy a fantastic House Party inclusive break based in the delight village of Drymen a charming village situated a few miles from Loch in the ever popular Winnock Hotel, enjoy fabulous food and entertainment.
Edinburgh is a dynamic city which combines a wealth of history and culture with modern attractions. Whenever you take a holiday to Edinburgh there is sure to be lots to see and do including, Edinburgh Castle, The Royal Mile, Museums, Art Galleries and a wide choice of shopping, eating and drinking establishments that attract tourists to Edinburgh year after year.
The best way to view the dramatic scenery of Scotland is by rail & coach and this tour offers you both. We include 3 superb train journeys - Loch Luichart to Kyle of Lochalsh - Aviemore to Broomhill - and voted one of the greatest railway journeys in the world 'The Jacobite' from Fort William to Mallaig.
Explore the majestic lowlands and lochs of Southwest Ayrshire on this new tour, our journey takes in Mulls, lochs, castles and forests as we take in stunning sights and scenery typical of the area, as well as 'Brig O'Doon' at the Robert Burns Museum.
Discover the many delights of Scotlands North West Highlands on this brand new tour. Uncover the historical drama of the area visiting sites dating back thousands of years, from the remnants of the Great Caledonian Pine Forests to the tragic events which unfolded in 1746 at Culloden Moor.
A new twin-centre tour starting with 2 nights Troon, overlooking the spectacular Ayrshire Coast, before we travel across Scotland to Aberdeenshire to stay in a stunning 19th century mansion hotel for 3 nights - full of great attractions for your enjoyment.
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