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Hotel
Single £ 3,165.00
Twin £ 2,435.00

All prices are per person

Child* discount £240
*child rate apply from 5-17 years inclusive
We regret that children under the age of 5 are not carried on this tour.

Seasonal Price Range
£2,435 - £3,495

Tour Type: Premium Escorted Tour


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Dates of Operation

Sundays
12 & 26 May, 2013
9 & 23 June, 2013
7 & 21 July, 2013
4 & 18 August, 2013
1, 15 & 29 September, 2013

Departure Information

Check In: 14:15
Departs: 14:30
Returns: 09:00

From: Glasgow Hilton Hotel, William Street, Glasgow, G3 8HT

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What's included

• Deluxe hotel accommodation includes twin-bedded rooms with private facilities
• Welcome Reception and light meal with your Tour Director in Glasgow
• 7 full Scottish breakfasts
• 1 table d’hτte dinner
• Scottish Highland Evening with dinner and entertainment
• Scottish Finale dinner served in Edinburgh with wine
• Loch Ness scenic cruise
• Whisky tasting and tour at Glengoyne Distillery
• Private viewing of the Hill House, Helensburgh
• Sheep-dog demonstration
• Tours of Glasgow and Edinburgh
• Touring by luxury air-conditioned coach with reclining seats and a washroom onboard
• The services of a professional Tour Director
• Tickets are included for the world-famous Tattoo on 4 & 18 August departures
• Airport transfers are provided on Day 1 and Day 8
• All local taxes, hotel service charges & porterage for one suitcase per person

What's NOT included

• Admission charges unless otherwise stated in the itinerary
• Meals, snacks or items of a personal nature
• Gratuity to your driver and guide

Product Code: IV 00774

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Celtic Legends

from Glasgow

Highlights: Glasgow, Stirling Castle, Whisky Distillery tour and tasting, Loch Lomond, Inveraray Castle, Glen Coe, Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Inverness, Culloden Moor, Cairngorm National Park, Blair Castle, Edinburgh and Edinburgh Castle.

This is a comfortable journey through stunning natural forests, lochs and mountains, homeland of Scottish heroes like Rob Roy, Robert the Bruce and William Wallace.

Day One
Arrival in Glasgow

Welcome to Scotland! Transfers depart Glasgow Airport at 09:00, 11:30, 14:00 hours. Arrive at your landmark downtown hotel in Glasgow's business district. Join your Tour Director for a Welcome Reception, drinks and light meal.

Overnight: Hilton Hotel, Glasgow (or similar)

Day Two
Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond (2 nights)


First an orientation drive shows you Glasgow's grand public buildings. Then take the route used by invading armies over the centuries. At historic Stirling, visit one of Scotland's grandest castles. Then through the Trossachs for delightful scenery of forested lochs and heather-clad mountains. Visit "Scotland's most beautiful distillery" at Glengoyne to sample some of their finest malt whisky. Continue to your hotel overlooking Loch Lomond, 'Queen of Scottish Lakes'. Snuggle down in your room, an elegant blend of contemporary design with a graceful nod to the Loch's wild and baronial past.

Overnight: Cameron House Hotel, Loch Lomond (or similar)

Day Three
Helensburgh and Inveraray Excursion

After breakfast we start the day with a private viewing of Charles Rennie Mackintosh's Hill House filled with original designed furniture and fittings. Travel through the rugged highland scenery and back in time to the turreted Inveraray Castle, nestled beside Loch Fyne the magnificent ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll. Explore the rooms full of armour, tapestries, paintings and porcelain before returning to the warm Scottish hospitality and timeless splendour of your hotel.

Day Four
Loch Lomond to Inverness (2 nights)

Scotland's rugged landscape dominates the day. Travel along the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond and through Glen Coe, the Glen of Weeping. Briefly pause at the WWII Commando Memorial to take in the stunning mountain views of Ben Nevis. Then follow the mysterious 23 mile stretch of water, reputed home of 'Nessie'. Visit the historic ruins of Urquhart Castle and its visitor centre before embarking on a scenic cruise on Loch Ness to stately Inverness. At your hotel this evening enjoy a Highlight Dinner with wine and traditional Scottish bagpipes and dancing.

Overnight: Kingsclub at the Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness (or similar)

Day Five
Battlefield and Sheepdog Excursion


We travel to tragic Culloden Moor, where the pride of the Highland clans was finally crushed. No more than a cannon shot away lie the prehistoric Clava burial cairns, dating back to around 2000BC. Today's highlight is a visit to a Highland sheep farm to participate in the traditional working day of a shepherd and his dogs.

Day Six
Inverness to Edinburgh (3 nights)


Follow the River Spey before crossing the Grampian Mountains to Blair Atholl and visit the seat of the Duke of Atholl, the only citizen in Britain with the right to maintain a private army. Now head south to the capital. Check-in to your refined hotel in the shadow of the dramatic Edinburgh Castle. In the evening, selected August departures attend the spectacular Military Tattoo.

Overnight: Waldorf Caledonian Hotel, Edinburgh (or similar)

Day Seven
Exploring Edinburgh


Next morning drive from the elegant squares of the 'New Town' on to Princes Street to see the Sir Walter Scott monument. Then past Holyrood Palace to visit Edinburgh Castle, home of Scotland's glittering crown jewels. Now see how the Royal Family lived aboard the spectacular Royal Yacht Britannia - discover the lavish State Apartments, crew areas and even the engine room. As evening falls, please join us for a Scottish finalé Celebration Dinner, with wine and good cheer.

Day Eight
Homeward Bound

Departure transfers arrive at Edinburgh Airport at 06:15 and 09:00 hrs.


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