Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Discover The Highlands - By Sail & Rail

  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TDAV3456

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

This New holiday explores different Highland regions to enjoy the stunning scenery of tranquil and mighty lochs and majestic mountains, by coach, Sail & Rail. Offering both a relaxing and diverse programme- from a castle visit to a cruise on the “Queen of Scottish lochs” and a spectacular journey on the West Highland Line train ride, taking in remote landscapes and scenery that cannot be experienced by road

What's Included

· 4 Nights, Dinner, room & breakfast

· Entrance to Inveraray Castle & Gardens

· Single Journey on the West Highland Line from Crianlarich to Fort William

· Sail on Loch Lomond

· Free Time in Fort William, Inveraray & Aberfoyle

· Experience the Majesty of the Scottish Highlands

PRICE FROM ? £399 per person
Plan My Trip

Excursion 1
Today we head for Inveraray - a 17th century time capsule. We'll have time to explore this unspoilt maritime town beautifully positioned on the shores of Loch Fyne and we've also included entrance to the Duke of Argyll's impressive Inveraray Castle and gardens. Our Highland Loop drive then continues towards Loch Awe with Kilchurn Castle in view

Excursion 2
We journey along the northern shoreline of Loch Lomond to board the West Highland Line train in Crianlarich to experience one of the most scenic & memorable rail journeys as the train crosses Rannoch Moor and round the massif of Ben Nevis we arrive in the highland town of Fort William, where we enjoy free time before boarding our coach to return to our hotel through the splendid scenery of Glencoe

Excursion 3
Today we follow The Trossachs Trail, our first stop is Dochart Falls at Killen, before turning off at Brig O'Turk over the Dukes Pass and into the Trossachs. Enjoy free time in Aberfoyle before we continue our Trossachs tour finishing at Balmaha with free time for a spot of shopping at Lomond Shore before we board our cruiser to discover Loch Lomond's hidden islands and majestic scenery

Other Information

Arrochar Hotel * * *

Originally designed and built in the 19th century, the Arrochar has an enviable position at the very foot of the Arrochar Alps on the shore of Loch Long and just 2 miles from Loch Lomond. Public areas and bedrooms have undergone a recent refurbishment, with the latter offering TV, tea/coffee making facilities and hairdryer, many rooms also offer Loch Views as does the hotel restaurant and bar.

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