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Island Hopping Scotland: Iona, Mull, Skye, Orkney & Outer Hebrides Small Group

Duration
15 Days
Prices From:
US$ 2,978

The charms of small but multifaceted Scotland don’t stop at the shoreline. This Scottish Islands tour takes you through centuries of Viking and Druid history, all amid beautiful surrounds.


This small group experience (maximum 16 participants) gets you off the beaten track so you get a real feel for the country. Our guides are hand-picked for their pride and passion for their country. Transportation is in modern Mercedes Benz mini-coaches and accommodation is in a variety of three star hotels.

This 15-day small group Scotland trip focuses on the islands surrounding Scotland, setting out from majestic Edinburgh.

Make your way to Argyll, via Stirling Castle and Loch Lomond, then board the ferry from Oban to Mull for the start of your island exploration. The islands of Mull, Iona, and Staffa can be done in one day, but are packed with fascinating sights, including a royal Scottish burial ground, the birthplace of Celtic Christianity, and the basalt columns described in Mendelssohn’s famous ‘Fingal’s Cave.’ Return to Oban, and travel along the west coast, in the shadow of Castle Stalker and towering Ben Nevis. Overnight in the lovely fishing village of Plockton.

Spend a day exploring the Isle of Skye at your own pace. Your guide will help you plan an itinerary best suited to your interests. It might include Dunvegan Castle, the Glendale Valley, or the cliffs and lighthouse of Neist Point. There are plenty of cliff and bay views, all ready to cultivate your appreciation for the wilds of Scotland before returning to Plockton. The following day, visit another Scottish icon, Loch Ness. Your route goes via Eilean Donan Castle (of Highlander fame), Loch Duich, the 5 Sisters of Kintail, and Urquhart Castle.

Keep a lookout for Red Deer and Golden Eagles as you journey through the northeast Highlands. Stop in at Gills Bay on your way to the Orkneys. The magnificent Viking Cathedral of Kirkwall gets your sightseeing off to a great start, before visiting the 5000 year old village of Skara Brae, and the prehistoric stone circle of Brodgar. From Orkney, follow the Viking route back to the mainland, and make your way to the northernmost parts of Scotland, admiring Ardvreck Castle and Loch Broom before spending a day in picturesque Ullapool.

Admire the Highlands as you sail along the waters of Loch Broom. Your destination is Stornoway, capital of the Outer Hebrides. Dolphins, seabirds, and even whales have been known to join vessels for part of the journey. Admire the view from the Butt of Lewis, where not a speck of dry land sits between you and the Americas. Lewis Island continues to fascinate, with prehistoric ruins, traditional crofting communities, and dramatic cliffs and windswept beaches.

Visit Harris, where the famous Harris Tweed is produced, then board the ferry for the Isle of Skye once more. This longer trip combines a couple of Scottish island adventures, so while some of your fellow travellers will be enjoying the Island for the first time, this will be your chance to revisit favourite spots, or see any attractions you initially missed. Returning to Edinburgh, you’ll see another familiar sight, Eilean Donan Castle, only this time, you’ll have the chance to visit and explore before your tour disbands.

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Accommodation in Edinburgh

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    Nira Caledonia



    Nira Caledonia, the boutique hotel in Edinburgh Scotland, blends Bohemian chic with contemporary comfort. Amid the plush pelmets, rich textures and original cornices you will find flat-screen televisions, Nespresso coffee machines and iPod docking stations. You'll find warm, heartfelt service and a cool, quirky style. ...

    Nira Caledonia, the boutique hotel in Edinburgh Scotland, blends Bohemian chic with contemporary comfort. Amid the plush pelmets, rich textures and original cornices you will find flat-screen televisions, Nespresso coffee machines and iPod docking stations. You'll find warm, heartfelt service and a cool, quirky style. The cuisine at the Blackwood's Bar and Grill is natural, fresh and often organic, with ingredients farmed, caught, raised or bred in Scotland. With a friendly touch - and a touch of theatre - the hotel welcomes independent-minded travellers who prefer to go their own way.

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    • 24 Hour Reception
    • 24 Hour Room Service
    • Bar(s)
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Non-Smoking Property
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
    • Parking Facilities (at cost)
    • Restaurant

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    Stay Central Hotel



    Located in the heart of Cowgate in Edinburgh, Stay Central Hotel offers easy access to several entertainment venues in the lively city. They offer 37 refurbished rooms fit for two to six guests, providing guests a good night's sleep after a long day of exploring ...

    Located in the heart of Cowgate in Edinburgh, Stay Central Hotel offers easy access to several entertainment venues in the lively city. They offer 37 refurbished rooms fit for two to six guests, providing guests a good night's sleep after a long day of exploring the city. Stay Central Hotel guest rooms provide just the right amount of amenities so guests can lay down their heads for a few hours before hitting the pavement again the next morning. A central location near the Royal Mile means all of the best sights of Edinburgh are nearby.

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    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Non-Smoking Property
    • Wakeup Calls Available

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    Hilton Edinburgh Carlton



    Blending perfectly into the historic surroundings of the Royal Mile, Hilton Edinburgh Carlton is an iconic element of the city. The building dates back to 1900s and is part of the impressive North Bridge which links Edinburgh's Old and New town together, giving you easy ...

    Blending perfectly into the historic surroundings of the Royal Mile, Hilton Edinburgh Carlton is an iconic element of the city. The building dates back to 1900s and is part of the impressive North Bridge which links Edinburgh's Old and New town together, giving you easy access to countless shopping, dining and entertainment. Once one of Edinburgh's top department stores, the building was fully refurbished in 2016 to bring the décor back to its stylish best.

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    • Baggage storage
    • Bar
    • Concierge
    • Electric Service
    • Elevator
    • Fax
    • Fitness Rooms
    • Laundry Service
    • Lounge
    • Meeting Rooms
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Printing Services
    • Room Service
    • Secretarial Services
    • Valet Service

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Duration
15 Days
Prices From:
US$ 2,978

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Day 1

Edinburgh Train Station to Hotel

Duration1 Hour

Jurys Inn Edinburgh

Jurys Inn is one of the most centrally positioned hotels in Edinburgh, located just off the famous Royal Mile on Jeffrey Street in the Old Town and surrounded by beautiful architecture. Our hotel in Edinburgh is less than a two-minute walk from Waverly Train Station and a 5-minute walk to Edinburgh Bus Station. Our prime city centre location also means that Jurys Inn guests are a short 15 minute walk from Holyrood Park, which is one of many Edinburgh gems that offers a "unique historic landscape" bursting with heritage and plenty of hills and 'crags' to explore.

Whether you're looking for hotels in Edinburgh for business at the International Conference Centre, or touring Edinburgh Castle and the sights of historic Scotland's capital, our Edinburgh hotel ensures all your destinations are within easy - and always interesting - walking distance.

Meal Plan Full Breakfast
Duration1 Night
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Jurys Inn Edinburgh

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    Jurys Inn Edinburgh



    Jurys Inn is one of the most centrally positioned hotels in Edinburgh, located just off the famous Royal Mile on Jeffrey Street in the Old Town and surrounded by beautiful architecture. Our hotel in Edinburgh is less than a two-minute walk from Waverly Train Station ...

    Jurys Inn is one of the most centrally positioned hotels in Edinburgh, located just off the famous Royal Mile on Jeffrey Street in the Old Town and surrounded by beautiful architecture. Our hotel in Edinburgh is less than a two-minute walk from Waverly Train Station and a 5-minute walk to Edinburgh Bus Station. Our prime city centre location also means that Jurys Inn guests are a short 15 minute walk from Holyrood Park, which is one of many Edinburgh gems that offers a "unique historic landscape" bursting with heritage and plenty of hills and 'crags' to explore.

    Whether you're looking for hotels in Edinburgh for business at the International Conference Centre, or touring Edinburgh Castle and the sights of historic Scotland's capital, our Edinburgh hotel ensures all your destinations are within easy - and always interesting - walking distance.

    Facilities

    • Bar
    • Coffee Bar
    • Free WiFi
    • Hairdryers
    • Handicap accessible rooms
    • Laundry/Dry Cleaning Service
    • Lift/elevator
    • Meeting Facilities and Planners
    • Public Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Room Service Limited Hours

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Day 2

Edinburgh to Oban

Please make your own way to the starting point at Rabbie's Cafe (Waterloo Place, Edinburgh) for the 9:00am departure. Ensure you arrive at least 30 minutes early. The first drive takes you past Stirling Castle and the national park around Loch Lomond. Continuing through the town of Inverary into Argyll. You will spend the afternoon in Argyll exploring before heading to Oban, the gateway to the Islands. Overnight in Oban.

Duration2 Nights
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Rowantree Hotel

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    Rowantree Hotel



    A friendly welcome awaits you at the Rowantree Hotel, situated on the town's main street very convenient to all amenities, and only 200 metres from the seafront, railway, bus station and ferry terminal. There are 24 recently refurbished bedrooms are all fully en-suite and offer ...

    A friendly welcome awaits you at the Rowantree Hotel, situated on the town's main street very convenient to all amenities, and only 200 metres from the seafront, railway, bus station and ferry terminal. There are 24 recently refurbished bedrooms are all fully en-suite and offer first class bed and breakfast accommodation. There is an outdoor Terrace, fully licensed bar and dining room overlooking the street with a smaller more intimate restaurant and bar nearby.

    Facilities

    • 24 Hour Reception
    • Bar(s)
    • Complimentary WI-FI
    • Express Check In/Out
    • Free Newspapers in Lobby
    • Luggage Storage
    • Meeting Rooms Available
    • Non Smoking Property
    • Restaurant
    • Safety Deposit Box

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Day 3

Mull, Iona and Staffa

Today is an early start crossing on the ferry to Mull and enjoying an island adventure exploring her dramatic coastlines and wild beauty, before taking the small ferry to the peace and tranquility of Iona - birthplace of Celtic Christianity and ancient burial ground of Scottish Kings. Here you can visit the historic abbey with its intricate carved crosses in the churchyard or explore the rocky headlands and sandy coves of this island gem. There is also an opportunity to take a small boat out to the island of Staffa and view the dramatic basalt columns immortalised by Mendelssohn in his Hebridean Overture "Fingal's Cave". You then return on the ferry to Oban for your second night.

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Day 4

Oban to Plockton

From Oban you will travel north along the west coast around Appin, passing the impregnable Castle Stalker, and Glencoe, scene of the infamous massacre of the Clan Macdonald in 1692. You then pass through Fort William nestling in the shadow of Ben Nevis which at 1,344 meters is the highest mountain in the British Isles. Continue through the Great Glen a natural fault in the earth's crust that runs through Scotland and on through Ireland. From here you travel north to the picturesque fishing village of Plockton. You are then dropped off at your accommodation in the early evening.

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Duration2 Nights
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Plockton Hotel

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    Plockton Hotel



    The West Highlands of Scotland in a bygone age enjoyed a reputation for a warm welcome and caring hospitality. Today in an age of changing values, the Plockton Hotel still maintains these much sought after but often now rare qualities. Family owned and run by ...

    The West Highlands of Scotland in a bygone age enjoyed a reputation for a warm welcome and caring hospitality. Today in an age of changing values, the Plockton Hotel still maintains these much sought after but often now rare qualities. Family owned and run by the Pearson family (Dorothy, Tom, Alan and Ann-Mags) for the last twenty years, the hotel is the sort of place difficult to leave and easy to return to. This is the Highlands - land of Clans and Castles, bitter rivalries and breathtaking scenery.

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    • Bar
    • Complimentary WI-FI
    • Drycleaning
    • Garden
    • Ironing Facilities
    • Lounge
    • Restaurant

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Day 5

Isle of Skye

Today is a flexible day on Skye. There are many possibilities depending on the weather and your driver/guide will use his/her local knowledge to decide on the best day out for the group. For example: heading west towards the 13th century home of the Clan Macleod - Dunvegan Castle, the emerald green valley of Glendale or the dramatic sea-cliffs and lonely lighthouse at Neist Point. In the afternoon the tour may concentrate on the south of the island. Spend time heading down to Elgol for seascapes and views of the Cuillin, or Talisker and its beautiful bay or perhaps Glenbrittle and its famed waterfalls. You will be returned to your accommodation in Plockton in the late afternoon for you to enjoy a free evening in the village.

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Day 6

Loch Ness

This morning you will be collected from your accommodation for the short drive to the famous stronghold of Eilean Donan Castle, used in the film "Highlander", set at the junction of 3 lochs as protection against Viking raiders. Then you travel east taking in the stunning views over Loch Duich and the 5 Sisters of Kintail. Continue on to Loch Ness for lunch and the possibility of spotting "Nessie". Just south of Loch Ness you will stop in the Village of Spean Bridge and join a new bus for the continuation of your tour to Orkney. Your guides will help you transfer your luggage and introduce you to your new travelling companions. With your new crew you will continue north following the Great Glen travelling the entire 23 miles of the famous Loch passing by Urquhart castle. You can expect to arrive in Inverness, the Highland capital, and the place of our overnight stay at approximately 18:30 where you will be dropped off at your pre-booked accommodation.

Meal Plan Breakfast
Duration1 Night
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Glen Mhor Hotel

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    Glen Mhor Hotel



    Meander along the tree lined Ness Bank and you will reach The Glen Mhor Hotel in Inverness, you discover an Inverness hotel which is perched in a picturesque setting on the banks of the River Ness in the shadow of Inverness Castle. Throughout your stay, ...

    Meander along the tree lined Ness Bank and you will reach The Glen Mhor Hotel in Inverness, you discover an Inverness hotel which is perched in a picturesque setting on the banks of the River Ness in the shadow of Inverness Castle. Throughout your stay, the service will be smooth, thoughtful and efficient, provided with a genuine smile. Perfect for short breaks and weekend breaks in Inverness, business travel to Inverness, touring Loch Ness, visiting the Grampians and their great castle and whisky trails, and Cairngorms National Park.

    Facilities

    • Bar/Lounge
    • Business Centre
    • Daily Housekeeping
    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Library
    • Meeting Rooms Available
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Restaurant
    • Safety Deposit Box
    • Self Parking

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Day 7

Inverness to Kirkwall

Your day begins with an early start, leaving behind the 'Capital of the Highlands', and crossing over the Black Isle, and past Andrew Carnegie's Skibo Castle. From here you drive through the northeast Highland coastline, travelling into some of Scotland's most dramatic scenery, and enjoy amazing views of some of Europe's oldest landscapes and the chance to see wildlife such as Golden Eagles and red deer. Onwards through Scotland's most northerly mainland village, John o' Groats, and then to Gills Bay, where you board the ferry, crossing the Pentland Firth into the Orkney Archipelago. From here it is a short drive to the famous Italian Chapel where we stop for a visit before continuing to the Viking stronghold of Kirkwall, Capital of Orkney where you shall stay for 2 nights. Here you can visit Kirkwall's magnificent Viking Cathedral and its historic winding streets.

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Duration2 Nights
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Albert Hotel

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    Albert Hotel



    The Albert Hotel in Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, UK is ideally situated in the centre of Kirkwall, offering modern, boutique style hotel rooms with luxury furnishings and a contemporary design whether you are looking for a weekend leisure break or are staying for business. Unwind in ...

    The Albert Hotel in Kirkwall, Orkney Islands, UK is ideally situated in the centre of Kirkwall, offering modern, boutique style hotel rooms with luxury furnishings and a contemporary design whether you are looking for a weekend leisure break or are staying for business. Unwind in the relaxing atmosphere of the Cosy Bothy Bar, adorned with old memorabilia and photos where we serve a selection of traditional Orkney ales, whiskies and a selection of drinks.

    Facilities

    • Bar/Lounge
    • Complimentary WI-FI
    • Lift/elevator
    • Luggage Storage
    • Non Smoking Property
    • Restaurant
    • Self Parking (fee)

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Day 8

Mainland Island

Today is your chance to explore this fantastic, ancient island; a land of contrasts where fertile green pastures are fringed by shores of golden sands washed by waters of the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean. You will visit the 5000 year old village of Skara Brae (older than the Pyramids of Egypt!), the mystical prehistoric stone circle at Brodgar and the Druidic standing stones of Stenness. Stop in Stromness - one of Scotland's most picturesque seaboard villages and then travel onto Maeshowe, where in the 12th century the Vikings left one of the largest collections of Norse runic inscriptions.

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Day 9

Orkney to Ullapool

Enjoy a relaxed start to the day, as you leave Orkney and sail the Viking waters back to the mainland. From here you travel the old road right across the very top of Scotland, driving past the stunning Ben Loyal and Ben Hope mountains following the rocky cliffs and stunning golden sand beaches of the northern coastline. Then visit the far northwest highlands and the grandeur, expanse and wilderness of the mountains of Assynt before stopping to view the 15th century ruins of Ardvreck Castle. From here you travel to Ullapool, situated at the mouth of Loch Broom, a beautiful whitewashed fishing village where you will spend the next two nights. Once again you will leave the group at this point and on day 10 join your new group, with whom you will stay for the rest of the tour.

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Duration2 Nights
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Royal Hotel

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    Royal Hotel



    Undoubtedly one of the premier luxury hotels in the Scottish Highlands, the Royal Hotel will delight the most discerning of guests and offers 55 rooms, half of which boast breathtaking views over Loch Broom and the rugged mountain landscapes beyond. Having undergone complete renovation, The ...

    Undoubtedly one of the premier luxury hotels in the Scottish Highlands, the Royal Hotel will delight the most discerning of guests and offers 55 rooms, half of which boast breathtaking views over Loch Broom and the rugged mountain landscapes beyond. Having undergone complete renovation, The Royal Hotel is the definitive venue for a relaxing stay to completely chill out from hectic city life, or, for the more adventurous, an oasis of comfort and calm to unwind after a hard day walking or climbing in the beautiful Scottish mountains, or braving the elements around the rugged sea lochs.

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    • Internet Access - Wireless
    • Multi-lingual Staff
    • Non Smoking Property

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Day 10

Ullapool

Spend a day at leisure in Ullapool before joining up with your new crew the next day. There are many possibilities available in this lovely town, Options for your day include enjoying a day just to relax and absorb the highland tranquil pace of life whilst browsing the small craft boutiques nestling through the streets of the town. Or why not take the local boat, the 'Summer Queen' from the pier for an idyllic 'Summer Isles' cruise. Alternatively you could head up Claypool hill for an easy two hour walk offering wonderful views over Loch Broom reaching a maximum height of 900ft. Or for the even more adventurous add to this walk by completing a three hour circuit returning to the town via Rhiddoroch estate (a full detailed of all local walks can be found at the local tourist information centre).

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Day 11

Lewis Island

This morning you will meet your final tour group, then catch the ferry from Ullapool for the 2 hour sail along Loch Broom, past the Summer Isles then out across the Minch to Stornoway - the main town on Lewis and capital of the Outer Hebrides. Look out for dolphins, whales and seabirds during the crossing. In the afternoon explore the North West coast from Arnol with its historic old "blackhouse", through traditional crofting townships to Port of Ness and the very north tip of the island - the Butt of Lewis. From the lighthouse here there is nothing between you and the Americas!

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Duration2 Nights
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Caberfeidh Hotel

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    Caberfeidh Hotel



    The Cabarfeidh Hotel is situated in a quiet, mainly residential area. Outside you're welcome to relax in the spacious gardens of the Cabarfeidh, cross the road to stroll around the several square miles of wooded parklands and golf course that surround Lews Castle. A fairly ...

    The Cabarfeidh Hotel is situated in a quiet, mainly residential area. Outside you're welcome to relax in the spacious gardens of the Cabarfeidh, cross the road to stroll around the several square miles of wooded parklands and golf course that surround Lews Castle. A fairly gentle stroll from the hotel, Stornoway town centre has a wide range of facilities, including quality independent shops, harbours and a contemporary arts centre, An Lanntair. Dining is a special pleasure in the highly praised Solas restaurant, where the award winning chef's Scottish contemporary cuisine accentuates flavours from the best of local produce.

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    • Bar/Lounge
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    • Gym/Fitness Centre
    • Non-Smoking Rooms
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Day 12

Lewis Island

Today will be spent exploring some of the prehistoric remains on the island as well as its finest beaches. The fascinating circular stone fort, or Broch, at Carloway will be your first stop followed by more traditional crofting communities such as Gearrannan and Shawbost. Then its on to Callanish with its mysterious ancient stone circle. In the afternoon you will head for the remote district of Uig with its fine, sandy beaches at Bhaltos, dramatic sea cliffs and rugged hills. This is the wilderness of the Western Isles at its finest.

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Day 13

Harris

Travelling south today from the wild moorlands of Lewis to the more mountainous Harris - almost but not quite an island on its own. Famous for the locally produced cloth, Harris Tweed, it is also home to the highest mountains in the Outer Hebrides and the stunning white sands of Luskentyre. After a morning of exploring South Harris you will stop for lunch in the small port of Tarbet. Here you will catch the late afternoon ferry to Skye and continue on to the harbour town of Portree, your base for the next two nights.

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Duration2 Nights
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Rosedale Hotel

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    Rosedale Hotel



    A warm Highland welcome awaits you at this family run Hotel located on the harbour front at Portree with stunning views across the bay. Originally formed from 3 Fishermans Houses - now a unique hotel with many stairs, low beams and an abundance of character. ...

    A warm Highland welcome awaits you at this family run Hotel located on the harbour front at Portree with stunning views across the bay. Originally formed from 3 Fishermans Houses - now a unique hotel with many stairs, low beams and an abundance of character. All 20 en suite bedrooms are individually decorated and the original stone walls mean that all rooms are different in size and character. Watch a working harbour come to life as the local fishing boats land their days catch. Golden Eagles, Sea Eagles, Otters, Seals and Dolphins can all be seen from the hotel.

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    • Non-Smoking Property

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Day 14

Isle of Skye

Today is a free day on Skye. There are many possibilities depending on the weather and your driver/guide's knowledge will come to the fore in developing the best day out for you. For example you might travel north to the stunning Quiraing mountain pass and enjoy a spectacular walk through some of Skye's extraordinary geological scenery or visit the Kilt Rock, composed of basalt columns (reminiscent of the pleats in a kilt) with its waterfall cascading over the cliffs and down into the sea below. Or, after lunch you could travel to Neist Point for a walk out to the lighthouse at the most westerly point on Skye. Alternatively a visit to Dunvegan Castle, ancient ancestral seat of the Clan McLeod, may be possible.

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Day 15

Departure from Edinburgh

Departing from Portree the return journey to Edinburgh has many highlights - a visit to Eilean Donan Castle, Fort William and the dramatic scenery and dark history of Glencoe. Travelling back south through the Central Highland the last stop of the day will be in Killin beside the Falls of Dochart before returning to Edinburgh. The tour ends upon arrival back in Edinburgh around 7:00pm at Rabbie's Cafe, and you are free to make your own arrangements from here.

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DEPARTURES:

2017: Apr 2, 9, 16  30; May 7, 14, 21, 26; Jun 2, 4, 9, 18, 23, 30; Jul 2, 7, 14, 16, 21, 23, 28,31; Aug 4, 6, 11, 13, 18, 20, 25, 27; Sep 1, 8, 10, 17,

PRICE INCLUDES:

  • 14 nights' accommodation
  • Touring transportation in a Mercedes mini-coach with a maximum of 16 passengers
  • Services of a professional driver/guide
  • Breakfast daily
  • All road tolls.

PRICE EXCLUDES:

  • Travel insurance
  • International and domestic airfare & airfare taxes
  • Visa fees if applicable
  • Meals and beverages not mentioned
  • Gratuities
  • Items of a personal nature

OTHER INFORMATION:

Please make your own way to the departure point for the tour on Day 2. Ensure you arrive at least 15 minutes prior to scheduled departure time.

This is a combination tour. This itinerary is made up of individual tours which are scheduled to link up en route without having to come back to their starting point. You will be able to enjoy the individual styles and stories of the different driver/guides as well as a different group of travelling companions on each part of your trip.

Because we believe in time off the bus and give you opportunities to take nature walks we recommend you bring suitable clothing and footwear for your tour. Scotland can be a wet place! If you have mobility problems or special requirements please let us know when booking.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS:

Prices are "from" per person based on twin/double share accommodation and for travel in low season. Seasonal surcharges and blackout dates may apply. Limited seat/spaces and all pricing is subject to change and availability. Rates for single or triple travellers are available on request - please inquire.

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