Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Scotland - Inverness

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T8370

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

See if the tales are true as you cruise down Loch Ness, attempting to spot the Loch Ness Monster, whilst cruising through the beautiful Scottish countryside. Explore the town at the southern end of the Loch, visit Fort Augustus, or the Clansmen Centre. On the stunning Isle of Skye we visit Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most recognised in Scotland. The last days of your trip will take you to the Black Isle, where you will visit a sleepy fishing village, and Inverness to explore the medieval streets.
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Itinerary

Day 1

Today we will pick from your local departure point and travel to your hotel

Day 2

Today we travel to Loch Ness, the second largest Scottish loch after Loch Lomond. We take a one-hour Jacobite cruise to see if we can catch a glimpse of ‘Nessie’, the famous Loch Ness monster, and to see the 14th century ruins of Urquhart Castle. At the southern tip of the loch is Fort Augustus where there’s time to explore the town, watch the boats navigating the locks at the start of the Caledonian Canal, or explore the Clansmen Centre, where costumed guides demonstrate 17th century clan weaponry.

Day 3

Eilean Donan Castle and Skye
This morning we take a leisurely and outstandingly scenic journey towards the Isle of Skye. We thread our way between lochs and mountains to reach Eilean Donan Castle, one of the most recognised castles in Scotland. The views across to the Cuillin mountain range of Skye and along Loch Duich towards the dramatic Five Sisters of Kintail are simply magnificent. We cross the Skye Bridge to Kyleakin before retracing our steps to Inverness.
The Black Isle
A shorter journey today as we cross the Moray Firth to the Black Isle. We visit Cromarty, a sleepy fishing village distinguished by its Georgian merchant houses and quaint fishermen’s cottages. We return to Inverness where there’s free time to visit Inverness Castle and explore medieval Church Street, home to the town’s oldest-surviving buildings.

Day 4

The Black Isle
A shorter journey today as we cross the Moray Firth to the Black Isle. We visit Cromarty, a sleepy fishing village distinguished by its Georgian merchant houses and quaint fishermen’s cottages. We return to Inverness where there’s free time to visit Inverness Castle and explore medieval Church Street, home to the town’s oldest-surviving buildings.

Day 5

Say farewell to the Highlands and begin your journey home.

Hotel

This 3-star hotel is located on the bank of the River Ness in Inverness Town Centre. The charming hotel has a Brasserie restaurant to enjoy a delicious meal as well as a bar and lounge areas. There is a leisure club with indoor swimming pool, sauna and gym. All 121 spacious rooms are with en-suite bathroom and are equipped with a hairdryer, trouser press, TV and tea and coffee making facilities. Many offer beautiful views of the River Ness or the picturesque Old Town. This hotel has rooms adapted for disabled use.

Included

  • Return Coach Travel 
  • 4 Nights half Board
  • All excursions as explained 
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