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Luxury Coach Travel
6 Night's DInner, Bed & Breakfast
Guided Tour of Lewis on a Local Coach
Entrance to Black Houses & Museum
We enjoy a leisurely journey through the borders, breaking for lunch at the Falkirk Wheel and arriving late afternoon at our overnight hotel north of Glasgow.
Today we travel through the spectacular mountain scenery of Scotland.
We travel through beautiful Glencoe, scene of a famous massacre in 1692.
We continue to Fort William, at the foot of Ben Nevis, for a lunch break.
Onwards through Glen Shiel, we make a photo stop at Eilean Donan Castle.
Our overnight hotel is the 3* Lochalsh Hotel at Kyle of Lochalsh.
We enjoy a scenic drive across the Isle of Skye.
We catch the mid-morning sailing from Berneray to Leverburgh on North Uist.
Afternoon spent touring the Uists passing tiny lochs and impressive beaches.
Check into the Dark Island Hotel on Benbecula.
Board the sailing to the largest of the Hebridean Islands – Lewis and Harris.
A rugged landscape of moorland, deep-sea lochs, and mountains.
Against this backdrop is a proud history dating back to prehistoric times.
We travel along the spine of the island to the capital Stornoway, for the next two nights.
Full day tour of Lewis, with a local coach and an experienced island guide, including the impressive 5,000 year old standing stones of Callanish (Scotland’s Stonehenge, but older!).
We visit the ancient thatched “black houses” at Gearrannan, typical of crofting settlements.
See imposing Carloway Broch, a fortified tower dating back over 2,000 years.
We catch the ferry for the 2½ hour sailing to Ullapool, followed by a glorious drive across the sweep of the Highlands to Inverness with time free in the Highland Capital, inverness. Continue south through picturesque Speyside and into Perthshire for your final nights stay.
Sadly, we begin our journey home.
We break for lunch in Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh, where there is time to explore Princes Street.
Set in its own grounds, The Lochalsh Hotel has a comfortable lounge and cocktail bar and an elegant restaurant providing delightful views over the water to the hills of Skye.
Attractively furnished bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV, tea/coffee facilities and telephone.
The hotel has a lift.
Located in a striking destination with extraordinary landscape, the hotel offers a restaurant and a comfortable lounge bar.
All bedrooms come with en-suite facilities, TV, tea/coffee facilities and telephone.
The hotel has ground floor rooms.
Rightly known as 'Stornoway's finest hotel', the Cabarfeidh (pronounced cabar- fay) is set within in its own attractive gardens on the outskirts of Stornoway.
Your bedroom comes with hairdryer, ensuite facilities, TV, tea/coffee facilities and telephone.
There is a lift.
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The following room types are still available on this tour: