1 night in Trossachs area
1 night in Fort William area
1 night on the Isle of Skye area *
1 night in Wester Ross area
1 night in Inverness area
2 nights in the Royal Deeside
1 night in Fife
* accommodation may, particularly in
season not be ON the Isle of Skye
Terms and Conditions
◊ 8 nights accommodation in
hotels as per category given, in rooms
with private facilities;
◊ Full Scottish breakfast daily;
◊ Lochs, Glens & Sea Tour Road
book with full itinerary (available in
English, German and French) and
additional Scotland/ sightseeing
◊ Clan Langsyne Book
◊ Service charge and VAT at
** There is no 4 star
accommodation option in the Gairloch
Ullapool area and accommodation will be
in a 3 star hotel or inn.
included: Ferry crossing to Skye
Arrival in Scotland midday and pick up
self drive car (or overnight in
Edinburgh on Day 0).
Leave Edinburgh and travel first to
Stirling, the historic Royal Burgh,
which played an important role in the
turbulent Scottish history. Visit the
impressive castle, if time allows.
Continue on the A84 road, pass Doune and
on to Callander, charming market town.
Your route will take you further via
Aberfoyle and through one of Scotland's
most beautifully scenic areas - The
Trossachs region. Overnight in the area.
Head this morning towards Drymen and
Balloch and follow the banks of Loch
Lomond, the largest and perhaps most
beautiful of all Scottish lochs and pass
Crianlarich. Onto the A82 road through
impressive glens before reaching
Glencoe, whose name in Gaelic means the
"valley of tears". Pass Ballachulish and
continue to Fort William, which lies in
the shadow of Ben Nevis - Britain's
highest mountain at 1344 metres.
Overnight in Fort William area.
After breakfast, take the A861 road
towards the West Coast, passing
Glenfinnan Monument. Onto Arisaig and
Mallaig where you take the ferry to
Armadale on the Isle of Skye, the
largest of the Inner Hebrides islands.
Maybe there is time to visit the Clan
Donald Centre near Armadale, before
driving along the main road to Broadford
and Portree. Time permitting, continue
to the north of the island and visit
Dunvegan Castle. Overnight on the Isle
Leave the island this morning via the
Skye Bridge. Continue your journey
northwards through the spectacular loch
and sea scenery, along Loch Carron to
Loch Torridon and Loch Maree to Gairloch.
Why not drive on to the tropical
Inverewe Gardens for a visit. Overnight
in the Gairloch area.
This morning travel along Loch Broom.
Stop at the spectacular Corrieshalloch
Gorge with the 150 foot Falls of Measach
that you can admire from the suspension
bridge viewpoint. Follow the A835 road
to Garve and Muir of Ord. Pass the
Beauly Firth and arrive in Inverness,
the "Capital of the Highlands".
Overnight in the Inverness area.
In the morning maybe visit Culloden
Moor, scene of the crushing defeat of
Bonnie Prince Charlie’s army in 1746.
Continue to Nairn, popular seaside
resort famous for its golf course and
beautiful sandy beaches. Travel through
the Spey Valley, with its many famous
Malt whisky distilleries, such as Cardhu,
Glenlivet, Glenfiddich, Tamdhu and
Tomatin, to name only a few – at least
one should be visited! Continue through
the Grampian region, also known as
Scotland's Castle Country. Overnight in
the Royal Deeside area.
For a day excursion in the area follow
the A92 coastal road to Stonehaven. Take
a walk and visit nearby Dunnotar Castle,
a ruined fortress perched on a rocky
cliff 160 feet above the sea. Return
inland towards Banchory and follow the
A93 road, pass Aboyne and arrive in
Ballater. If open, see nearby Balmoral
Castle, the family holiday home of the
Royal Family for over a century.
Returning back to your hotel in the area
later in the afternoon. Overnight as day
On to Braemar, where the Royal Highland
Games take place each year, attended by
the Royal Family. Pass Glenshee and
Blairgowrie and make a small detour to
visit the 17th century Glamis Castle.
Continue your travel southwards via
Coupar Angus and Perth, former capital
of Scotland and beautifully situated by
the River Tay. Finally arrive in St.
Andrews, Scotland's famous university
town and centre of golfing history.
Overnight in the Kingdom of Fife.
Return today after breakfast to
Edinburgh, following the East Coast and
passing through the quaint small fishing
villages of Crail, Anstruther,
Pittenweem and Largo.
Cross the impressive suspension bridge
over the Forth Estuary and arrive at
Edinburgh airport for departure
IMPORTANT Fly Drive BOOKING NOTES:
There are 3 booking classes available to
clients and the definitions are as
o Mixed Tourist Package: based on STB 3
star B&Bs, Guest Houses, Inns and STB 2
star hotels – all with private
facilities - at a mix available at time
of booking. Not all accommodation
options might be included in the booked
o Middle Class hotel: STB 3 star hotels
o First Class hotel: STB 4 star hotels
and country houses
Child Policy: when sharing with 2 paying
Middle & First Class Hotel Package
Up to 3 years free, meals to be paid
direct as taken.
4 to 12 years supplement per night,
13 to 16 years triple room or single
room charge as applicable.
Mixed Tourist Package
Up to 3 years free, meals to be paid
direct as taken.
4 to 12 years 50% discount on full adult
Prices given are per person sharing a
twin or double room. Single Supplements
are given as a supplement.
Triple room rate are subject to request
and availability, as a guideline please
estimate 10% discount on double
occupancy rate. All rates given are
subject to availability at time of
booking. Accommodation in the Skye area
might not be ON the island of Skye,
particularly in high season.