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Classic Scotland

Edinburgh, Braemar, Loch Torridon

From $11300 Per person in low season
From $13000 Per person in high season

based on 9 nights & selected experiences

Price Guide:

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    Low
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    Low

* Pricing is a guideline only and excludes special offers. Travel over peak periods (e.g. Christmas, New Year and other public vacations) can affect prices considerably, as can exchange rates, flight class and room type.

Price includes:

  • Accommodation

  • Private transfers

  • Selected experiences

  • Daily Breakfast

 

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At a Glance

  • Perfect introduction for first-time visitors to Scotland

  • Enjoy the services of your own private driver/guide throughout

  • Experience Scotland's colorful history and vibrant culture

  • Stay in superb luxury accommodation including a castle in the Highlands

  • Go in search of the Loch Ness Monster

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It is very difficult to predict the weather in the United Kingdom - in the summer from May to late September is generally seen as the most pleasant time to visit. Rainfall is difficult to predict - but the UK does not receive as much as many are led to believe! In the winters, temperatures do fall, but there is nothing better than finding a remote pub with a roaring fire to sit beside after a long walk in the country.

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Itinerary

From days out exploring glens, castles and lake monsters to evenings cosying up with a malt whisky by the fire, Scotland offers so much to enjoy. Staying at some of Scotland’s finest hotels, from a luxury castle in the Highlands to a central hotel in the midst of lively Edinburgh, you’ll discover just what a special part of Britain Scotland is. We’ve laid on the VIP treatment with top-of-the-range private transfers, a variety of wonderfully engaging Scottish experiences to choose from.

  1. Days 1-4: Edinburgh

    Begin with three nights in the Scottish capital, Edinburgh, often referred to as the Athens of the North. While the weather is usually not quite as sultry as its southern sister's, the welcome could not be warmer. Staying in the heart of the city, your private guide will take you out on an insightful guided tour of Edinburgh Castle, where you will see the Scottish Crown Jewels. You may wish to climb Arthur’s Seat for a view that you’ll remember forever and, if you’re visiting in August, you have a chance to enjoy the world’s largest arts and culture festival.

    Accommodation: The Balmoral, a Rocco Forte Hotel (3 nights)

  2. Days 4-7: Cairngorms

    Heading north into the Highlands via spectacular Stirling Castle, where Kings and Queens of Scotland were crowned, you’ll reach the stunning Cairgorms National Park. Head out on an off-road safari adventure looking for red deer and golden eagles, stride across heather-clad mountainsides with your ghillie and cast a line for salmon before returning to unwind next to the log fire, perhaps with a classic malt whiskey in hand from the hotel's well-stocked bar.

    Accommodation: The Fife Arms (3 nights)

  3. Days 7-10: West coast Scotland

    As your journey continues North into the heart of the Highlands your scenic transfer to your next hotel features a vast array of activities and scenery en route to break up your journey. Heading towards the breathtaking Cairngorm mountains, stop at a Speyside whisky distillery for an exclusive visit to this small distillery which is not usually open to the general public. Then, continue on towards Inverness, regarded as the capital of the Scottish Highlands, and visit the historic Culloden battlefield. 

    Next, head out onto the waters of mysterious Loch Ness and, in between enjoying the classic Scottish scenery, keep an eye out for the tell-tale ripples that may indicate that ‘Here Be Monsters’. Safely back on land, you’ll now travel down the Great Glen, stopping off to visit the imposing ruined stronghold of Urquhart Castle above Loch Ness, and peer up at the peaks of Ben Nevis, Britain’s highest mountain.

    Accommodation: The Torridon (3 nights)

Experiences

  • A Round of Golf at St Andrews

    Follow in the footsteps of legends with a round on the world's oldest and most iconic golf course. The Swilcan Bridge and Hell Bunker are recognised globally, but the greatest feature of the Old Course is that it remains open to all.

  • Clay Pigeon shooting

    Whether you are a novice or a crack shot, a morning or afternoon spent clay pigeon shooting at the world-famous Gleneagles Shooting School is an exhilarating pursuit that can safely be enjoyed by anyone over the age of eight years old upwards.

  • Culloden Battlefield

    Culloden is an evocative place. The site of the last battle on British soil, and the last stand of an ancient royal dynasty whose lineage went back to the Dark Age Kingdom of Dalriada, a visit to Culloden battlefield is a must for keen historians.

  • Edinburgh Castle

    Dominating Scotland's capital city from its elevated position, Edinburgh Castle has had a history as diverse as its previous inhabitants.

  • Edinburgh Military Tattoo

    The Tattoo is an iconic Edinburgh institution held every August, and a highlight of the Edinburgh Festival. Massed pipes and drums, military bands, cultural troupes and global musicians all perform against the stunning backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.

  • Eilean Donan Castle

    Eilean Donan is recognised around the world as one of the most iconic images of Scotland, situated amongst a striking landscape on an island where three great lochs meet. The entirety of the castle and a visitor center can be explored at your leisure.

  • Explore the Scottish Borders

    Discover the area of Scotland which lies to the south of the Edinburgh featuring architectural gems such as Floors Castle, Abbotsford House and the enchanting Rosslyn Chapel.

  • Glencoe

    Glencoe is Scotland’s most famous glen, and its dramatic scenery has been the backdrop to an equally dramatic history. Glencoe today remains irresistible to climbers and walkers keen to explore this magical and mysterious place.

  • Hogwarts Express

    The Jacobite Steam Train runs between Fort William and Mallaig on the wonderfully scenic West Highland railway line, famed for its iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct which may seem familiar as it is on the way to Hogwarts in three of the Harry Potter films.

  • Holyroodhouse

    The Queen's official residence in Scotland, the Palace of Holyroodhouse is located at the end of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile. Originally founded as a monastery in 1128, Holyroodhouse has played a key role in Scotland's turbulent history.

  • Isle of Skye

    The Isle of Skye is derived from the old Norse sky-a which translates to "cloud island", so called because of its often mist-cloaked hills.

  • Private Tour of a Whisky Distillery with a Master Distiller

    Join a master distiller and learn the secrets of the finest whiskies in the world before sampling the golden nectar afterwards.

  • Red Deer Photo Stalking

    Experience the wonder of Scotland's Highland wilderness as you get up close to Britain’s largest and most magnificent land mammal, the red deer, in the company of an experienced stalker.

  • Stirling Castle & the Trossachs

    Stirling Castle is one of the most important castles in Scotland’s history. It has witnessed the

    crowning of many Scottish Kings and Queens, and the earliest parts of the building date back as far as the 15th and 16th centuries.

  • The Applecross Peninsula

    On the mainland, to the north of the Isle of Skye lies the Applecross Peninsula. Home to just a couple of hundred people, and accessed by just two roads, this is remote peninsula features winding roads and breathtaking scenery.

Location

Edinburgh, Braemar, Loch Torridon

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