The Isle Of Bute & Cumbrae 5 Days - Selborne Hotel
Dunoon is splendidly situated on the western shores of the Firth of Clyde, where Loch Long and Holy Loch join the sea. It boasts some lovely gardens, two bays, and a flat promenade - perfect for that most traditional of seaside occupations, strolling along the prom! There is a modern indoor swimming pool with solarium and sauna, bowling greens, squash and tennis courts and both 9 and 18 hole golf courses. There are two cinemas and, in the season, entertainment at the Queens Hall. Within just a few miles is some of Scotland's most spectacular mountain scenery in the Argyll Forest Park. The journeys along Loch Eck and to Colintraive are amongst the most memorable anywhere in Scotland.
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 - Full Day to the Isle of Bute
Today’s journey takes us to Colintraive and then via a short ferry crossing to the Isle of Bute. We continue to its capital, Rothesay, one of the Clyde’s most famous resorts which also boasts Rothesay Castle, which saw struggles between the islanders and Vikings in the 13th Century, the stately home of Mount Stuart and a beautiful palm tree-lined promenade./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Day 4 - Full Day - Full day to the Isle of Cumbrae
We follow the beautiful Ayrshire coast to Largs, where we board the ferry to Great Cumbrae, known as the jewel of the Clyde. One of Scotland’s most accessible islands and just four miles long and two miles wide, the seaside town of Millport has a delightful Victorian promenade and is home to Britain’s smallest cathedral – the Cathedral of the Isles./n
Day 5 - Return Travel
Superbly situated looking south across the Clyde with pleasant lawns reaching down to the promenade and water’s edge. The Selborne Hotel is a favourite amongst tourists searching for coach holidays to Dunoon. All the public rooms and many of the bedrooms offer uninterrupted views of the river which is a constant source of interest. Ground floor areas include a TV lounge, bar lounge with dance floor, quiet lounge and games room. The Selborne Hotel has 98 bedrooms with central heating and private bath or shower and WC. All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities, hair dryer and TV with radio channels. Entertainment is provided most evenings in the bar lounge. The lift serves almost all rooms.