Traditional Luxury Scottish Holiday


DAY1-2.London.After arriving in London, you will spend two nights at y0ur hotel. During your two days stay Visit the Tower of London and view the dazzling Crown Jewels. Next, see Tower Bridge before continuing to St. Paul’s Cathedral. Proceed to lively Covent Garden, London’s first planned square, where you may enjoy lunch at leisure on your own. See Westminster Abbey, the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace and Trafalgar Square. Then, take a flight on the London Eye for spectacular panoramas of the city. Accomodation The Savoy Hotel London
Day 3-5.Fort William.Wake up to the realization that you are heading to the north of Scotland for an incredible three nights spent travelling the shoreline of Loch Ness, sampling world famous whiskys, and visiting Glenfinnan Viaduct, now known as the Harry Potter Bridge. Transferred via private car to the airport, you’ll take a short flight to the small airport in Inverness. When you land, collect your rental car, turn on the radio and start practising your colloquial Scottish phrases of ‘aye’ and ‘wee’.A ten-minute drive from the airport, the historic Culloden Battlefield is the site of the bloody last battle between the Jacobite Rising and the English army. Freely walk around the field to stretch your legs and take in the breathtaking scenery of Inverness. Head west towards Loch Ness and hug the shoreline until you reach Fort William (1 ½ hours), keeping a sharp eye out for the national treasure, the Loch Ness Monster. In Fort William, you will stay in the majestic Inverlochy Castle Hotel, which is located on the banks of its own activity-rich loch. When you are not visiting Ben Nevis and Dalwhinnie Distillery or walking around the impressive foothills of the UK’s highest mountain, relax in the luxurious rooms and dive into the sumptuous cuisine in the grand Baronial mansion.Accomodation  Inverlochy Castle Hotel
Day 6-7.Isle of Mull.During this part of the tour you will stay at the very north of the second largest island of the Inner Hebrides, using Glengorm Castle as a base to drive along the white beaches, bright blue waters and steep cliffs of the island. For a full day out, drive along the west coast of Mull to Fionnphort, making sure to look out for the golden and white tailed sea eagles, and catch a ferry to Staffa Island. Exploring the most dramatic of all the Scottish islands, you’ll walk into Fingal’s Cave and perch on the edge next to the fascinating puffins. On your way back, you might float along with curious dolphins and minke whales and stop off at the Isle of Iona, the birthplace of Scottish Christianity. Just a few minutes from Glengorm Castle, make sure to visit the multicoloured waterfront town of Tobermory for some deliciously fresh fare and a wee dram of local whisky.Accomodation  Glengorm Castle
Day 8-9.Edinburg. Today you will be driven to Edinburg and will spend the final two nights here. The Balmoral Hotel. Regal, refined and exquisitely designed, The Balmoral is one of the Scottish capital’s historic landmarks and dominates the city skyline. Settle in to your majestic surroundings with the award-winning afternoon tea in Palm Court, where indulgent sweet and savoury treats are served with vintage champagne and your choice of loose-leaf tea. Soak up Edinburgh’s charms and take a stroll through Old Town, awash with cobbled lanes and cosy pubs, before exploring Edinburgh Castle or conquering Arthur’s Seat, for unrivalled views across this historic city. Retreat to the Scotch Bar back at the hotel, and have your Whisky Ambassador help you choose from one of 400 varieties of whisky. Accomodation The Balmoral
Day 10-Edinburg. Today we will transfer you to Edinburgh airport for your final flight home.

VIP Experience

The Savoy Hotel London.Perfectly placed on the north bank of the River Thames and set within Covent Garden’s vibrant shopping and theatre district, The Savoy is the most celebrated and glamorous 5* luxury hotel in Central London.268 lavishly appointed rooms and suites are decorated in either Edwardian or Art Deco style, and feature luxurious marble bathrooms. Many rooms afford breath-taking views over the River Thames.  Suites also benefit from The Savoy’s dedicated Butler Service, through the Savoy Suite Welcome. For relaxation or exercise, indulgent spa treatments, a 24-hour gym, and a private pool are also available
 Inverlochy Castle Hotel.Inverlochy is Scotland's finest hotel and restaurant uniquely located amongst the glens, lochs and mountains of the West Highlands of Scotland.At Inverlochy you will experience one of the most relaxing and exciting vacations of a lifetime, where every detail for your comfort and enjoyment has been carefully considered.
Glengorm Castle.Mull.On the furthermost drop of the outermost wave of the Inner Hebrides, Glengorm Castle is completely secluded on one of Scotland’s most beautiful islands. A cliffhanging headland B&B, perched as far north as north gets on the island, the castle offers a warm welcome with plush beds and fabulous views over the Atlantic- the perfect place to discover the beautiful beaches and heritage-rich towns of the Isle of Mull.Though very grandiose on the outside, the five large ensuite rooms with private bathrooms are very homely, each brightly styled with an eclectic mix of furniture and pretty wallpapers. The Tower rooms are unique serviced apartments situated within the main castle’s turrets, perfect for a group or family of four.
The Balmoral, Edinburgh.Located on Princes Street, The Balmoral has a Michelin-starred restaurant, a pool and a gym. Waverley Station and Edinburgh's main shopping area are within 5 minutes' walk.First opened in 1902, The Balmoral now offers rooms with a spacious marble bathroom and an interactive TV. Many rooms have views towards Edinburgh Castle and the Old Town.With a sauna and a Turkish steam room, The Balmoral Spa features 5 treatment rooms and an exercise studio.With its own splendid clock tower, The Balmoral offers 5-star accommodation in the heart of Edinburgh. The city’s airport is a 25-minute drive from the building.

Package Details

Though the wilds of Scotland do not conform to simple definitions, it has the habit of delivering its classic and iconic images of craggy castles, deep lochs and heather-draped glens every visit. This historic and highlights-packed holiday to Scotland sees you exploring ruined fortresses, wandering  the banks of Loch Ness,wild Scottish islands with cliffhanging castles and staying in a truly luxurious castle hotel.
  • 2 Nights in London
  • 3 Nights in Fort William
  • 2 Nights in Mull
  • 2 Nights inEdinburg
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -.Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Time to Visit:
The best time to go is between spring and autumn, though the best months are between June and September.The Months during summer especially June, July and August are very busy and Scotland’s peak season for tourism, with the busiest period during the School summer holidays. You can experience lovely sunny days, however you can’t always guarantee the weather at this time and can expect varied weather patterns, but the days are often generally mild and enjoyable, the largest advantage of this time of year is the daylight hours, with daylight reaching 10pm or beyond the further north you go. August in Scotland can be a great time to have a holiday in Scotland with many events taking place like Highland Games and Festivals, but this can also have a large impact on accommodation with many places booked up very early.

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