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Arrochar Inclusive & The Greatest Railway

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  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TCAL19507

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Days Away#Inclusive Drinks Vouchers

Five days away to enjoy the scenic delights of beautiful Scotland, with an inclusive itinerary taking in pretty Oban and a journey on the splendid Jacobite Steam Railway travelling from Fort William to Mallaig. Plus four nights at the popular Caledonian Claymore Hotel, evening entertainment and an inclusive drinks package too –splendid!
PRICE FROM ? £319 per person
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What's Included?

  • Coach travel with reserved seating
  • Four nights dinner, bed & breakfast at the Caledonian Claymore Hotel, Arrochar
  • Included Drinks Package - Four inclusive drinks each day for four days with a choice of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks
  • Evening entertainment
  • A visit to Callander on your outward journey
  • Rail journey on the Jacobite Steam Railway travelling from Fort William to pretty Mallaig
  • Excursion to delightful Oban “Gateway to the Isles” to see its stunning sweeping bay, pretty harbour, and amazing scenic views
  • A visit to Helensburgh and Loch Lomond Shores on your return
The Jacobite Steam Train Journey by West Coast Railways – A scenic, bucket-list 84-mile return trip from the largest town in the Scottish Highlands (Fort William) to the busy fishing village of Mallaig, just in time for a fish and chip lunch.

The Caledonian Claymore Hotel - A beautiful manor house in Arrochar, perfectly positioned loch-side in the picturesque village with spectacular views.

Fort William

Fort William

Set in a beautiful location at the foot of Ben Nevis, Britain’s largest mountain, and overlooking the tranquil Loch Linnhe, the bustling resort of Fort William is the perfect place to visit on a coach trip to enjoy Scotland’s stunning scenery.

Explore Fort William, a bustling town in the West Highlands of Scotland, set in a stunning location on the west coast of the country. 

Overlooking the tranquil sea loch of Loch Linnhe, Fort William is a perfect holiday destination in a scenic area. The town enjoys an enviable position at the foot of Ben Nevis, Great Britain’s highest peak, and is often described as the Outdoor Capital of the UK.

With its dramatic hills, sandy beaches, castles and distilleries, the area is visited by many tourists every year. It's also home to other visitor attractions including the West Highland Museum and the Jacobite Steam Train which is one of the greatest railway journeys in the world. Embrace the wonderful fresh air as you discover the region’s mountains, coastline, lochs and glens. One of the largest towns south of Inverness, Fort William is the perfect location for an unforgettable coach holiday



Known as the “Gateway to the Isles”, Oban on the North West Coast of Scotland has been a popular visitor destination since Victorian times, due to its sweeping bay, pretty harbour, and amazing scenic views.

Oban and neighbouring Lorn have a long and interesting history which began in the Dark Ages with kings and chiefs building castles and forts along the coast. In 500AD a powerful Irish Lord named Loairn established his Kingdom just outside Oban at Dunollie and gave his name to the district.

The Jacobite Steam Train - West Coast Railways

One train ride you don’t want to miss 
The 84-mile return trip on the Jacobite Steam Train departs from Fort William, a town set in the shadow of Ben Nevis – and follows a scenic and memorable route to the busy fishing village of Mallaig (just in time for a fish and chip lunch!). The famous tour won Wanderlust Magazine’s poll for Top Rail Journey in The World 2009 – 2013 and is an unmissable experience for the whole family! 

What a journey! 
It begins in the largest town in the Scottish Highlands (Fort William), a place that will wow you with its dramatic scenery – its destination, Mallaig: a hive of activity and gateway to beautiful Skye and the Small Isles (via ferry). Shops, bars, restaurants, places to walk - and fish and chips with a view! On the way there, you’ll have the pleasure of passing: 
  • Arisaig Station - Britain's most westerly mainland railway station  
  • Loch Morar - the deepest freshwater loch in Britain 
  • River Morar - the shortest river in Britain 
  • Loch Nevis - the deepest seawater loch in Europe 
  • The village of Glenfinnan & the Glenfinnan viaduct – you’ll cross the 21-arched viaduct, which overlooks the magnificent Loch Shiel and the Jacobite monument. This is particularly exciting if you’re a Harry Potter fan – the Hogwarts Express passes over this very viaduct on its way to Hogwarts!). 
  • The village of Lochailort – a hamlet with one of the most rugged landscapes in the Scottish Highlands. 
  • Arisaig Village - on the sheltered shore of Loch nan Ceall. On a clear summer's day, you can see the ‘Small Isles’ of Rum, Eigg, Muck, Canna and the southern tip of Skye from this tranquil village on the shore of Loch nan Ceall. 
  • Morar Village - and its silver sandy beaches

UK Holiday Insurance


Holiday Insurance Tailored to You! 

At Caledonian Travel, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. Travel insurance is a vital aspect to booking a holiday, giving you protection against unforeseen circumstances that could otherwise spoil your holiday.  

To provide you with a holiday insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Travel. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include: 

  • Covid-19 cancellation if diagnosed within 14-days of departure included * 
  • Emergency medical expenses on breaks outside the UK included * 
  • All ages are considered, plus there are no premium loadings if you are over 65 
  • 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance 
  • Low or no excess charges
  • Cover from only £9.95 including IPT! 



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The Caledonian Claymore Hotel, Arrochar The Caledonian Claymore Hotel, Arrochar

A traditional Scottish welcome!
The Caledonian Claymore Hotel was designed and built in the 19
th century. The beautiful manor house has 86 rooms, many of which look out onto the grounds surrounding the historic property – lush gardens overlooking Loch Long with a backdrop of mountains (you might even spot some deer). The traditionally furnished and cosy hotel joined the Caledonian family in August 2023, as did their General Manager Gary and his excellent team of staff, so guests can look forward to continued exceptional service.

A hotel with an enviable location
The hotel has an enviable location! Based at the foot of the ‘Arrochar Alps’ on the shores of the tidal sea water Loch Long – it's only a few miles from Loch Lomond (the largest lake in the UK). What spectacular scenery you’ll experience – not just on your way to and from the hotel, but while you’re there too. It’s one of Scotland’s most naturally diverse locations.


  • All en-suite bedrooms feature a TV, hairdryer & tea/coffee-making facilities 
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Entertainment suite and well-stocked bar overlooking Loch Long
  • Entertainment every night
  • Large, spacious restaurant 
  • Lounge area with log burner 
  • Pool table 
  • Outdoor seating overlooks Loch Long 
  • Ground floor rooms available 
Please Note: There is no lift at the hotel

What's Included 
  • Coach travel with reserved seating
  • Full cooked breakfast each morning with tea or coffee
  • Three course dinner each evening with tea or coffee
  • Live entertainment every evening
  • Cash Bingo every evening
  • Excursions/Visits to enhance your stay (please see individual breaks for full details)
Inclusive Drinks Package 
Many of our short breaks and holidays offer a fantastic drinks package, choose any of our Inclusive breaks and you will also receive four free drinks from the bar between 11am – 11pm each day with a fine choice of beers, wines, spirits & soft drinks. Back to top