Loch Katrine & The Trossachs
5 Day Coach Holiday
Aberfoyle, in the heart of the Trossachs, was once an important slate mining town and is now a picturesque tourism centre with a bustling Main Street. The magnificent surrounding scenery formed by the geological Highland Boundary Fault features in Sir Walter Scott’s The Lady of the Lake. Rob Roy and Mary Queen of Scots both visited Aberfoyle. Later the town was claimed by its most famous resident, the Reverend Robert Kirk, to be the gateway to a fairy kingdom. On this fabulous break we explore all the Trossachs has to offer. We include a cruise on Loch Katrine on the Sir Walter Scott steamship, pop into bustling Oban, the gateway to the isles and have some idyllic scenery to admire with a day out on the bonny bonny banks of Loch Lomond.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Collect 250 Coach Miles
COACH MILES is our brand new reward scheme, allowing you to save money the more you travel with us. On this holiday you can collect 250 coach miles.
Callander & Loch Katrine
We make our way to Callander, the gateway to the Trossachs. Bursting with niche shops, cafes and idyllic scenery there’s plenty to see and do. We then head out for our relaxing Loch Katrine cruise on board the Lady of the Lake.
We venture out to the pretty harbour town of Oban ‘the gateway to the isles.’ This beautiful seaside town boasts a wealth of history, a quaint level esplanade, and quirky shops and eateries to enjoy.
We enjoy a scenic drive around the bonny bonny banks before stopping at Loch Lomond shores. You can then spend the afternoon at leisure wandering the quaint streets of Aberfoyle. With cafes, shops and the majestic Trossachs on your doorstep all ready to enjoy.
Coach Holidays (UK Islands)
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Coach travel throughout
- Return ferry crossings
- Excursions as stated
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The Rob Roy Hotel
This hotel is wonderfully situated in idyllic countryside at the gateway to the glorious Trossachs and is set within Scotland’s first National Park. Named after the legendary local folk hero Rob Roy McGregor, the Rob Roy offers excellent food, friendly staff and good old fashioned value for money.