Highlights Of The Higlands 5 Days - Highland Hotel
Our ‘Highlander’ tour journeys into Britain’s most spectacular region with towering mountains, glistening tarns and lochs, granite cities and hardy farming towns. This tour affords us a variety of perspectives on the Highlands, from the coast at Nairn to the peaks of the Cairngorms. Or head for the far Northern reaches of the British mainland with a tour that incorporates coast, city and country, including the spectacular scenery en route from our base in Strathpeffer to the rugged coastline of John O’Groats.
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 - Full Day Kyle Line
One of Michael Palin’s ‘Great Railway Journeys’ and one of the most scenic railways in the world, the Kyle Line travels from coast to coast crossing the majestic scenery of the Scottish Highlands. Commencing our journey in Dingwall, keep an eye out for Ben Wyvis – a huge isolated mountain to the north, before the route crosses the wild mountainscapes and passing beautiful lochs. On the last stretch into the Kyle of Lochalsh, the views of the Isle of Skye are spectacular. We’ll return to Strathpeffer by coach./n
Day 3 - Full Day Far North & John O'Groats
Today we venture into Scotland’s far north – a land of empty landscapes, white beaches and dramatic coastlines. We’ll make away along the coast to John O’Groats, the iconic ‘end of the road’ – admire the spectacular scenery and maybe have your picture taken at the famous sign!/n
Day 4 - Half Day Inverness
Discover the ‘capital’ of the Highlands as we visit Inverness – a modern and bustling city, situated at the top of the Great Glen./n
Day 5 - Return Travel
The Highland Hotel
Perfectly situated in a peaceful glen just to the north of the Cairngorms National Park, the Highland Hotel boasts stunning original features and has its own attractive gardens. This hotel has everything you need for the perfect relaxing break in the Scottish Highlands.