''Chilled'' In The Trossachs
One of the most scenic areas in Scotland, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park offer so much to see and do. Discover the towns & villages. Hike the Bens & Munros, cycle through the Achray forest or simply enjoy the scenic view. You could also tour Whisky and Gin Distilleries in the area.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Today we make our way to Aberfoyle with a couple of comfort breaks on the way.
A full day tour as we glide through the Trossachs past Callander on our way to Tyndrum for coffee before we continue to Oban for lunch and time to look arounfd this harbour town. We return via Inverary and along the
shores of Loch Lomond. We return to our hotel in time for Dinner.
This morning we visit two of Scotland's top attractions and surprisingly two fairly modern ones at that. We first stop at the Kelpies – towering 30 metres above the Forth and Clyde Canal. These steel equine structures pay homage to the horses which help build Scotland's fortune during the industrial age. Nearby we stop at the Falkirk Wheel an award winning development which is again testament to Scotland's proud heritage. Next we head to Stirling for an included visit to the Castle and with time to look around the town. We return to the hotel in time for Dinner.
Today we head to Edinburgh Scotland's capital city for the day giving plenty of time to explore and visit some of the many attractions on offer before we head back to our hotel for a final Dinner.
After breakfast we begin our journey home we make Coffee en route before a lunch stop at Moffatt we drop into the Gretna Gateway before arriving back home.
HotelRob Roy Hotel Aberfoyle
The Rob Roy Hotel is situated at the gateway to the Trossachs in beautiful countryside, where one of Scotland's most famous rogues, "Rob Roy McGregor" once roamed. The Hotel is an ideal centre for touring the Trossachs, Perthshire and the Highlands. The little picturesque village of Aberfoyle is just 1 mile from the Hotel and is host to three visitor centres; The Scottish Wool Centre, The David Marshall Lodge and the Scottish Tourist Board's very own Discovery Centre. The historic city of Stirling is only 18 miles away, and here you can find our sister hotel, The King Robert, situated next door to The Bannockburn Centre, on the site of the famous battle.
- Tea/Coffee & shortbread on arrival
- 4 Nights DBB
- Wine with dinner each night
- 3 Drinks vouchers each night
- 3 nights entertainment
- Entry to Sterling castle
- A day out in Edinburgh
- A day out in Loch Lomond