Scotland & Ireland by Luxury Train


Day 1: Edinburgh.Upon arrival in Edinburgh, meet your representative and transfer to your St. Andrews hotel. After settling in, attend a briefing, followed by cocktails and a welcome dinner with fellow guests.Accomodation Old Course St.Andrews.
Day 2: St. Andrews.pend the day exploring the area of St. Andrews, a former royal burgh in the Kingdom of Fife. Ride Like a Local while taking a boat to Loch Leven Castle, where you walk in the footsteps of Mary, Queen of Scots. Proceed to Falkland for a guided tour of Falkland Palace, country home of the Stuart royal family. Then, sample Scottish whisky during an Artisan Visit and distillery tour. Spend the evening at leisure.
Days 3-4: Edinburgh.Skirt coastal roads en route to Hopetoun House, where you take a private, guided tour. You may also sample produce grown on site at the estate’s café and pay a visit to its farm market. Then, explore the city of Edinburgh, visiting Edinburgh Castle. See the Royal Mile, the city’s main thoroughfare; the centrally located New Town neighborhood; and Holyrood Palace, the Queen’s official residence. Check in to your hotel. Later, gather with fellow guests for dinner. The next day, depart for Leith and visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, the former royal yacht of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, in service from 1954 to 1997.Accomodation G&V Royal Mile Hotel 
Day 5: Belfast.Transfer to Glasgow Airport and fly to Belfast. Take a self-guided tour at the interactive Titanic Museum, which features artifact-laden galleries and an ocean exploration exhibit. Continue on and take an informative tour of Belfast, which reveals insight into the turbulent history of Northern Ireland.Accomodation Culloden Estate & Spa 
Days 6-7: Cork.Transfer to Dublin’s Heuston station and board the luxurious Belmond Grand Hibernian train, partaking in Irish afternoon tea as the train makes its way through the lush countryside to Cork. Visit the historic Jameson distillery. Rejoin the train for a leisurely dinner, followed by local entertainment in the observation car. Then, continue south to Blarney Castle, home to the legendary Blarney Stone. Disembark and privately tour the ruins and stunning grounds with morning tea in hand. Then, you may opt to join your train’s chef at Cork’s enticing English Market, selecting fresh, local produce to be sampled later on board. Lunch is served as the train continues west toward Killarney on the shores of Lough Leane. A ride in a traditional jaunting car (pony and trap) takes you through the beautiful national park to scenic Ross Castle, where you set out on a boat trip around the islands of the lake. After a dinner on board, local musicians may inspire you to join in a céilí dance.Accomodation Belmond Grand Hibernian  
Day 8: Galway.Today, the train heads north from Limerick Junction en route to Galway. Disembark for a city tour, followed by a visit to a traditional basket-weaving workshop. Or, opt to visit the Cliffs of Moher. Lunch will be served in a local pub where you can enjoy local music, Guinness and oysters. Alternately, you may choose to transfer from Limerick Junction to Lahinch Golf Club or Donald Trump’s newly revamped Doonbeg Golf Club and rejoin the train in Galway. Sit down to dinner aboard as you proceed toward Athlone.
Day 9: Westport.Begin the day over a leisurely brunch as the train makes its way north to Westport. On arrival, disembark to see breathtaking Ashford Castle in the heart of the wild Connemara region. Take a guided walk of the estate or try your hand at fishing, clay pigeon-shooting, archery or falconry. During a scenic drive through County Mayo, pause to witness a sheepdog trial.
Day 10-11: Dublin.Upon returning to Dublin, disembark and explore the city during a guided tour, visiting Kilmainham Gaol and Trinity College, which houses the Book of Kells.Next day at Leisure.Accomodation Conrad Dublin
"Day 11: Dublin.Transfer to the airport to board your homebound flight.

VIP Experience

Old Course Hotel.St.Andrews.Bordering the renowned 17th Road Hole of the Old Course, the Old Course Hotel overlooks the famous links courses, the West Sands Beach and the beautiful Scottish coastline. This prestigious AA Five Star-awarded hotel has 144 rooms including 35 suites and is recognised as one of Europe’s leading resorts. The Old Course Hotel features a combination of classically elegant and contemporary interiors, and French designer Jacques Garcia designed many of the hotel’s suites. Located just a short stroll from the historic university town of St Andrews, it’s a great vacation spot for golfers and non-golfers alike. 
G&V Royal Mile Hotel .Edinburg.Five-star luxury, with the warmest of welcomes.   G&V Royal Mile Hotel, Edinburgh is a stunning, contemporary landmark, and the only five-star hotel on the historic Royal Mile, set in the heart of the Scottish capital. Iconic design characterised by our local Scottish, rich heritage. Think boutique, think comfort, think style, think G&V. With dramatic design, celebrating the best in Scottish talent. Sublime comfort. Stand out touches in all 136 guest rooms and suites overlooking the ancient capital. Nespresso machines, i-pod docks, LCD TV’s, free high speed Internet and other truly desirable, modern indulgences. With the award-winning Italian restaurant Cucina at its pulsing heart, showcasing Scottish sustenance. And brilliant Bar G&V as its playground from a morning latte to a late night G&V G&T. An urban spa retreat, discreetly hidden away. Escape from the bustling city to pamper, polish and perfect. A vibrant, inspiring gym. Whether you’re training for a challenge, or using it as an escape. Seamless service at every touch point whether it’s sensational spa treatments or memorable meetings and events. A myriad of excellent detail magically conceived and brought together by artistic alchemy and royal indulgence.
Culloden Estate & Spa .Belfast.Standing high on the slopes of the Holywood Hills, overlooking Belfast Lough and the County Antrim Coastline, is the magnificent Culloden Estate and Spa, Northern Irelands most prestigious hotel.Originally built as an official Palace for the Bishops of Down, the Culloden stands in 12 acres of beautiful secluded gardens and woodland. Palatial surroundings, fine antiques and the highest levels of personal service combine to give the Culloden a unique air of elegance.The Culloden Estate and Spa is a luxurious 5 star resort hotel in Belfast.  Originally a Bishops Palace, the hotel is traditionally elegant while providing every modern amenity expected by our guests.Bright, spacious and individually decorated, each of the 105 bedrooms and suites in the Culloden Estate and Spa are comfortable and inviting. Our rooms are furnished with a King Koil beds, and luxurious bed-linen to ensure a good night’s sleep. After a restful night guests can wake up to wonderful views over the hotel gardens and down towards Belfast Lough.
Belmond Grand Hibernian  .Step aboard to enter a shimmering world of indulgence—contemporary carriages inspired by Dublin’s architecture, fine cuisine enhanced with local delicacies and an ever-changing backdrop of Ireland’s celebrated landscapes.Belmond Grand Hibernian boasts accommodation for up to 40 guests in elegant, private en-suite cabins. Design draws inspiration from Dublin’s classic Georgian architecture, blended with elements of ancient folklore and tradition. The result proudly reflects the country’s cultural heritage with an indulgent, contemporary twist.Our vacations by rail include a selection of two-, four- and six-night journeys. All depart from Dublin and encompass the highlights of both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Explore ancient castles, spot rare wildlife, sample famous whiskies and visit vibrant cities.
Conrad Dublin.This 5-star luxury hotel is in Dublin city centre, opposite the National Concert Hall, 600 metres from the shops of Grafton Street. It has air-conditioned rooms and a stylish restaurant.he bright and spacious rooms are decorated in light modern colours and feature a TV, Hi-Fi and work desk. Beautiful marble bathrooms include bathrobes and slippers.

Package Details

Experience the wonders of Scottish culture (complete with a whisky tasting), and then explore Ireland by luxury train, visiting the site where the famed 'Titanic' was built.
  • 2 Nights in St.Andrew
  • 2 Nights in Edinburg
  • 1 Nights in Belfast
  • 4 Nights in Belmond
  • 2 Nights inDublin
  • Airport&Internal Transfers included.
  • Daily Breakfast -All meals included in Belmond Grand.Jain/Vegetarian Options Available
  • Sight Seeing as per itineary
Best Tim to Live:
The peak months of the tourist season are July and August, so consider visiting in May, June or September if you can. The weather is likely to be at least as good and hotels are less busy. Spring flowers are at their best in April and May, and October offers many arts festivals. Winter days have their own sort of atmosphere but darkness falls early, and many sites and attractions are closed, as are a lot of the hotels in holiday areas. You can have magnificent beaches like Rosses Point near Sligo Town all to yourself, but it may be too cold to swim

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