Greatest Railway Journey In The World
2 Days Away
All aboard as we enjoy a spectacular journey on the legendary Jacobite Steam Train discovering some of Scotland’s finest landscapes including the stunning 21-arched Glenfinnan viaduct that featured within the filming of the hugely successful Harry Potter movies.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
● Coach travel with reserved seating throughout
● One night dinner, bed and breakfast at the Regent Hotel, Oban
● Evening entertainment
● A visit to Inveraray on our outward journey
● A spectacular journey on the legendary Jacobite Steam Train, the greatest railway journey in the world from Fort William to Mallaig taking you past impressive sights and scenery.
Oban has grown from a small quaint fishing village to a bustling harbour town and one of Scotland’s most visited coastal resorts.
The town itself lies in the basin of a crescent overlooked by its most famous landmark McCaig's Tower, a Colosseum-like folly built around 1900 as a monument to the McCaig family.
Regent Hotel, Oban
A landmark on Oban’s Esplanade, the beautiful Regent Hotel is an eclectic mix of Victorian and classic 1930’s Art Deco Architecture, which boasts dramatic views across the sea to the Isle of Mull.
Hotel Features: All bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV & tea/coffee making facilities • Bar • Lounge • Restaurant • Lift to all floors • Free Wi-Fi in all public areas.
UK Holiday InsuranceInsurance
At Caledonian, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.
To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:
• All ages are considered
• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistanceBack to top