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Fort William & The Isle Of Skye

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TELL9019

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

Staying in Fort William and surrounded by spectacular Scottish scenery, this tour shows off some of the most scenic parts of the West Highlands.  

Tour Highlights:

  • Sail from Mallaig to The Isle of Skye
  • Admission to Armadale Castle & Gardens
  • Spectacular Scenery
  • 50-Minute Loch Ness Cruise
  • Neptune’s Staircase
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PRICE FROM ? £379 per person
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Itinerary

The Alexandra Hotel, Fort William ~ 3 Star

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Part of the very fabric of Fort William since 1876, the Alexandra Hotel provides traditional Scottish hospitality.  Situated in a great location within walking distance of the town centre.  All of the bedrooms at the hotel are individual in shape and size but all have en-suite facilities together with TV, hairdryer, direct dial telephone and tea/coffee makers.  The hotel offers a Restaurant and Bar.  Some Entertainment.  Lift.

Excursions Included:

  • A circular tour of the West Highlands: We enjoy a scenic journey as we make our way to the bustling & thriving port of Mallaig in time for our ferry to Armadale on the Isle of Skye, while here we enjoy an included visit to Armadale Castle & Gardens which sit at the heart of a 20,000-acre estate on the Sleat peninsula.  Following this visit we make our way along ‘the garden of Skye’ to the village of Broadford where we make a stop.  We then return to the Scottish mainland via the Skye Bridge and enjoy the scenic journey back to Fort William.
  • We make our way to Fort Augustus, where we join our boat for a 50-minute cruise on Loch Ness. Take in the breath-taking vista of Loch Ness in all its natural wonder and experience the sights, wildlife and history of the famous loch.  Following our cruise, we enjoy a little free time to explore Fort Augustus before making our return with a stop to view Neptune’s Staircase, where you can see all the boats navigating the locks of the Caledonian Canal.
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