Taste true Scottish flavours on this extraordinary trip to the Highlands. You’ll explore the fields and castles where the bitter battles of the Jacobite Risings took place. You’ll behold the sweet beauty of the Isle of Skye. And you’ll relish smoky whiskies and a traditional Scottish meal. The balanced flavours and sights of this trip will leave a lifelong impression of Scotland’s delectable landscapes and deep heritage.
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"My daughter and I took a three day tour of the Highlands and it was fantastic. We had a great tour guide. I would recommend this tour to anyone interested in seeing the Highlands. We could not have asked for a better guide and a more pleasant and informative trip."
Tour starts 09.00 2016, 08.00 2017. On our way north from Edinburgh we’ll visit Dunkeld. Here you can either explore the quintessential town or admire a unique cathedral. Then onto visit Culloden Battlefield, the site of the final battle of the Jacobite Risings and a set location for the Outlander TV series. After lunch we take to the water for a cruise on Loch Ness. A unique perspective of the famous loch before disembarking to explore the stunning ruins of Urquhart Castle. We’ll end our day and satisfy our appetites with a delicious traditional Scottish dinner. (Overnight: Loch Ness)
A fantastic day lies ahead as our second day takes us to the Isle of Skye. We stop on the way to enjoy views of Eilean Donan Castle before spending the rest of the day exploring enchanting natural beauty. World renouned for it's stunning scenery, the Isle of Skye has mountains and myths galore. We return to Loch Ness for the the evening where you’ll be treated to dinner from the daily menu followed by local entertainment and an educational whisky tasting. (Overnight: Loch Ness)
Today we’ll venture south via the hauntingly beatiful Glencoe. En-route we take in the Commando Memorial, unveiled in 1952 and commemorating the Cammondos who fought in the Second World War, it has become one of Britain's best known monuments. We pass under the shadow of Ben Nevis, Britain’s tallest mountain before arriving in Glencoe to hear about the massacre of the MacDonald clan in 1692. Heading south twoards the lowlands, you'll have the chance to enjoy lunch at the beautifully situated Drovers Inn before heading past the Wallace Monument and into Edinburgh. Returns approximately 17.15.
Loch Ness Cruise and Urquhart Castle (included)
One of the most famous views of Loch Ness includes the ruins of Urquhart Castle. You'll have an hour to explore the famous ruins and enjoy views of the loch. For a truly unique experience, take the opportunity to see Loch Ness from water and add a half hour cruise and arrive at the castle by water!
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A welcome from the Loch Ness Inn, Lewiston...
"Relax into the simple pleasures of life at the Loch Ness Inn near Inverness. Dining in the Lewiston Restaurant is more than just food; it’s an experience, and our accommodation offers contemporary comfort. The Loch Ness Inn, conveniently located between Drumnadrochit and Urquhart Castle in the village of Lewiston near the Great Glen Way and only 15 miles from Inverness, is set in the heart of the local Scottish Highland community where you will meet hikers, tourists and locals in friendly comfortable surroundings. Our service includes a full Scottish breakfast and the option od evening meals created to celebrate the Best of Scottish produce.
One room with two separate beds suitable for one adult in each bed.
One room with one bed suitable for two adults.
One room with two separate beds. One bed suitable for two adults and one bed suitable for one adult/child.
One room with three separate beds. One bed suitable for two adults and two separate beds suitable for one adult/child in each.
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