Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo - 3 Day Breaks
Join us and experience the Greatest Show on Earth - The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo. This amazing spectacle takes place against the brooding backdrop of Edinburgh's stunning Castle. Performers from all around the World gather to entertain you with Massed Pipes and Drums for an unforgettable evening of music, ceremony, theatre and dance.
These fabulous short breaks are all about the Tattoo and vibrant Edinburgh.
1 Night, Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
1 Night, Bed & Breakfast
Visit Moffatt en-route to our Hotel
Late morning departure to Edinburgh on Tattoo Day to enjoy the full day soaking up the festival atmosphere, tickets for the 9pm performance of the Tattoo
Visit vibrant Glasgow on day 3
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
We travel North and visit Moffatt en-route to our Hotel
Enjoy a relaxing morning around the hotel, we then enjoy lunch before heading into Edinburgh to experience the Festival atmosphere before taking our seats for the 7.30pm performance of the spectacular Military Tattoo. Following the performance we return back toour hotel.(Tickets are included)
We spend free time Glasgow before returning back to the North West for approx. 6.30pm
King Robert Hotel * * *
The King Robert Hotel is a family run hotel situated on the site of the Battle of Bannockburn on the outskirts of historic Stirling. You will always find a friendly welcome and excellent value for money. The comfortable bedrooms offer TV, tea/coffee making facilities, Wi-Fi & hairdryer. No lift rooms on ground or 1st floor.
Please Note the Following Information Issued by the Edinburgh Tattoo Organsiers regarding the venue.
The Edinburgh Tattoo takes place at Edinburg Castle - an ancient, historic site atop an extinct volcano. The walk to the arena is via Castlehill, the old, cobbled approach to the Esplanade on a steep incline and consequently, may prove difficult for some. In addition, there are five or so steps to be negotiated to reach the front rows of all the spectator stands in the arena where generally, the seating is quite steeply tiered.Back to top