Spey Valley & The Cairngorms
5 Day Coach Holiday
Discover the beauty of the Highlands from our base in Grantownon-Spey, a scenic town at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. Here you’ll find a tree-lined square, bordered by classic Georgian and Victorian architecture, an award winning museum and a range of independent shops and eateries. We explore Royal Deeside, visiting Braemar, a quaint settlement surrounded by the Grampian Mountains, and we call at picturesque Ballater, which lies in the shadow of Balmoral Castle. On other days, we visit the village of Newtonmore, popular Aviemore, seaside Nairn and the Highland capital of Inverness.
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 Holidays (UK Mainlands)
- Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Coach travel throughout
- Excursions as stated
Your ExcursionsBraemar & Ballater
This majestic outing takes us to Braemar, an ancient village that is home to the famous Braemar Gathering. We continue to picture postcard Ballater, the nearest village to Balmoral Castle and where you’ll find “By Royal Appointment” signs and speciality shops.
Newtonmore & Aviemore
Perhaps learn how our Highland ancestors lived at Newtonmore’s Highland Folk Museum, view interesting relics at the Clan MacPherson museum or pick up a heritage trail leaflet from a local shop or café and follow the route through the village. Afterwards, we spend time in popular Aviemore.
Nairn & Inverness
We begin today’s sightseeing in the ancient fishing port and market town of Nairn, home to a sandy beach and promenade. We continue to Inverness where you’ll find a grand castle, historic old town and a fine cathedral.
Collect 250 Coach Miles
COACH MILES is our fantastic reward scheme, allowing you to save money the more you travel with us. On this holiday you can collect 250 coach miles.Back to top
Craiglynne Hotel - Grantown-on-Spey
Hidden away in the heart of the Cairngorms, the captivating Craiglynne Hotel features roaring log fires and Victorian elegance complete with stunning mountain vistas.
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