Glasgow & Edinburgh 5 Days - King Robert Hotel
Our base at Bannockburn is the site of Robert The Bruce’s defeat of Edward II and the lifting of the siege of Stirling. The town also houses a rather unusual bridge by Telford.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - Edinburgh
Our guide (included in tour cost) joins us in the New Town where we see the Royal Museum, Heriot Row, Charlotte Square and the Georgian House./nAcross in the Old Town, we descend The Mound, pass the Royal Scottish Academy, cross George IV Bridge to Parliament House and the University. /nOur tour finishes near the Holyrood Palace and castle, after which we have free time to re-visit points of personal interest./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Today is left free to allow for relaxing in the hotel or exploring the local area. /nDon't hesitate to enquire with the hotel reception regarding local attractions and travel options.
Day 4 - Glasgow with Guide
The largest city in Scotland and third largest in the United Kingdom, Glasgow played host to the Commonwealth Games in 2014./nGlasgow Cathedral, a superb example of Scottish Gothic architecture, dates from the period before the Scottish Reformation./nMuseums and galleries include the Kelvingrove Gallery and the Riverside Museum with its Glenlee Tall Ship (all free entry)./n
Day 5 - Return Travel
King Robert Hotel
Situated on the site of the Battle of Bannockburn, The King Robert is a family run hotel. There is a well-stocked Cocktail bar with satellite TV and exterior seating. Bruce's Bistro Restaurant serves evening meals in a modern and relaxed atmosphere whilst breakfasts are served in the Garden Suite.