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Great Scottish Tours           

Travel through Scotland in Style and Comfort

A VIP- Eleven Day Tour with Stunning Overnight Stops


GST can arrange for your tour to begin at any departure point, such as your hotel, in the cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh or Inverness. We can also arrange your accommodation to suit your preferences. Just give us a call as far in advance as you can to make sure that we can secure the bookings of your choice.

 

Scotland, with its wild and stunning landscapes and fascinating history, is a wonderful place to visit, and on this tour, we will explore the best Scotland has to offer.

Perthshire-Glencoe  

 

DAY ONE

 

 

Absorb the spectacular Highland

scenery and see Scottish 

wildlife.The route to Glencoe 

is one of the most spectacular

in Scotland. The main

road north runs through 

the famous glen itself, 

whereas travelling south,

through Fort William, will take

you past Ben Nevis, the UK's

highest mountain.



Accommodation

GLENCOE INN 

Breakfasr Included


Double Rooms


Adventurous Family Rooms


Loch & Mountain View Rooms


Standard Rooms


Rain Showers


Fine Soap Toiletries





Evening Information


DINING 



Local Highland bistro



Glencoe Gathering 


Monday - Thursday

12pm - 8.30pm  

Friday- Saturday

 12pm - 9pm




 





Accommodation

 

FACILITY'S

 

 

Pool Table

 Outdoor seating Area

Disabled Access

Wifi

Air Condition
Views Over Loch Leven
Free Parking

Jube B0x

Seasonal Scottish 

dishes

 

 

 

 

 

 

Glencoe LochEtive FortWilliam 

 

 

DAY TWO

 

Inverlochy Castle Is a beautiful 19th century Scottish castle, near Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland


Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in the UK is located behind the Highland town of Fort William


The Cairngorms National Park

The UK’s largest National Park, in the Scottish Highlands 



Great Glen Way: Scenic and mostly low level long distance walk covering 127 km. It runs from Fort William to Inverness






Accommodation


SMIDDY HOUSE  

Graded 4 star gold accommodation By Visit Scotland


Check In 

3.00 and 7.00 pm


Breakfast Included


Double/ King Rooms


Soft fluffy towels


luxury linen


Quality soap and toiletries


Tea and coffee making facilities


En-suite rooms


Evening Information

 

 

DINING 

 

 

Awarded 2 AA rosettes for 15 consecutive years.

 

 

RUSSELL'S RESTAURANT

 

 

 

2 AA rosette restaurant in the village of Spean Bridge. Open for dinner only, The 

a la carte menu offers an excellent choice of fine dishes available from Scotland’s larder.

 

more info...

Afternoon Tea

 

Evening Menu

 

 



Nearby

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

Nevis Bakery

 

Dragon's tooth Golf Course

 

Old Station Restaurant 

Spean Bridge

 

The Great Glen Way & East Highland Way

 

 

The Highland Soap Company,

is One of Fort William's very 

specialist shops offering Scottish handmade soaps and natural

skin care. The Soap company also Made its debut on

ITV

"THIS MORNING"

 

 

 

 

 

Fort William – Plockton

 

 

 

DAY THREE

 

 

Jacobite steam Train Day return 

 

Climb aboard the Hogwarts Express, 

oops....

we mean Jacobite Steam Train. Most famous for its role as the Hogwarts Express in the Harry Potter movies

 

Eileen Donan Castle

a beautiful 19th century Scottish castle, near Fort William in the Highlands of Scotland

 

 

Accommodation


WILDERNESS   APARTMENTS  

Terrace

Patio
Seating area
Ironing facilities
Wardrobe
Tiled/marble floor
Private entrance
Soundproofed windows

Outdoor furniture Scotland




See apartments



Evening Information

 

 

 

DINING 

 

 

Cameron Square, Fort William

 

Crannog

Restaurant

 

 

Open 7 days a week
Restaurant: 12-9pm

 

more info...

 

 

Evening Menu

 



Nearby




HIGHLIGHTS



Neptune's Staircase


Fort William lock with a mountain backdrop


West Highland Museum


Glenfinnan Church


Treasures of the Earth Museum







Plockton-Uig


DAY FOUR


Old Man Storr 

Portree stop 

Kilt Rock

Quiring







Accommodation


THE FAIRY INN


Uig,Portree,Isle of Skye


flat-screen TV.

Wifi

Free toiletries

Bathrobe







ACCOMMODATION

Evening Information




DINING 




The Ferry Inn




more info...


Evening Menu







Nearby




HIGHLIGHTS


Uig Pottery

 Uig Brewery 


Cave of Gold  

The Quiraing

Kilt Rock



 





Fairy Glen-Neist Point-Armadale

DAY FIVE

We Travel From Fairy Glen down to Neist Point   with an overnight Stop in Armadale


Neist Point is one of the most famous lighthouses in Scotland


The hamlet of Armadale is on the Sleat Peninsula, at the south end of the Isle of Skye, and boasts a very attractive sheltered beach


Accommodation


EILEAN IARMAIN



An enchanting, privately owned hotel of unique charm and character



over sixteen bedrooms and ranges from individual rooms in the Main House and Garden House to beautiful individual suites with bay views







Evening Information




DINNER


EILEAN IARMAIN 


Log fires and candlelit dinners in our ‘Birlinn’ restaurant, selected for the Good Food Guide 2017, offers a mouth-watering menu making use of as much local produce as possible



BAR

Pràban Bar hosts regular evenings of live traditional music with local musicians and singers in a friendly cèilidh atmosphere



Nearby

 

 

 

HIGHLIGHTS

 

 

Armadale castle & Gardens

 

Black Cullings

 

RHA Waterfall

 

Neist Point

 

Fairy Pools

 

Fairy Glen

 

 

Wildlife Walks

 

Photo Stalking

 

Torabhaig Distillery

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Ferry Crossing From Skye-Ballachulish

DAY SIX




Surrounded by some of the most dramatic and beautiful scenery in Scotland, Ballachulish is a perfect base for exploring the amazing landscape of Glencoe.


The village is split into two - North Ballachulish and South Ballachulish - and is situated on either side of Loch Leven, where it flows into Loch Linnhe.










Accommodation


Ballachulish Hotel


Three Star

Fort William & Lochaber


Executive Double 

or Twin Room


Breakfast Included


Views over Loch Linnhe


Picnic area


Outdoor furniture


Garden


Bar


Restaurant







Evening Information




DINNER 



Holly Tree Hotel


info


Go fireside for a cappuccino and a light meal, or lochside for relaxed dining by sunset




BREAKFAST


Ballachulish Hotel














Nearby



HIGHLIGHTS




Ballachulish


Slate Quarry


Etive Mor


Glencoe Mountain


Devils Staircase




Clay Shooting


Segway Experience


Archery


Activity Club House








Ballachulish-Oban


DAY SEVEN


Castle Stalker


Dunstaffnage Castle and Chapel


Oban


The village of Ballachulish in Lochaber, Highland, Scotland, is centred on former slate quarries


 Almost afloat, the Isles of Glencoe 

Hotel and Leisure Centre nestles

on the

side of a peninsula reaching

into Loch Leven at the foot of Glencoe



The Glencoe and North Lorn Folk museum has a collection 

related to the area and includes

jacobite artefacts and

items related to the Glencoe 

massacre of February 1692





Accommodation


OBAN 

BAY HOTEL


Indoor steam room, and a sauna


 Sea views of Mull, Kerrera and the Firth of Lorne


sun lounge and free WiFi


On-site coffee house


Beauty Services


Open-air bath


Sun terrace



Bay View Double


Bay View Junior Suite


Petite Double


Classic Double 2 single beds








Evening Information




DINING 



Ee-Usk 


This Enchanting restaurant sits on the water's edge in the very heart of Oban. Views over Oban Bay to Kerrera and the Mull and Morvern Hills are magnificent




BREAKFAST


Oban Bay Hotel



OPTION 2

The Grill Room


Cuisine: Scottish, Seafood, Steakhouse, European
Open for: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, High tea
Menu: À la carte





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Nearby




LOCAL PLACES TO SEE



Oban Chocolate Company



Ballachulish Village Hall


Kinlochleven Event Centre


Corran Halls

Dunstaffnage Castle


Admire the sweeping coastal vistas, walk to the atmospheric ruins of Dunollie castle


Oban Distillery


Oban has regular ferry trips to some stunning corners of Scotland. 


Wild life, coastlines and pristine beaches await at Mull, 

a beautiful island that’s a 45-minute boat trip from Oban.



Oban Seafood Hut





Oban- Mull-Fionnphort


DAY EIGHT


The Isle of Mull or just Mull is the second-largest island of the Inner Hebrides and lies off the west coast of Scotland

Situated at the far western


end of the Ross of Mull


Fionnphort is the centre village


of a fairly scattered community 


on the west coast 





Accommodation


MACKAYS


Guest House


Corran Esplanade, Oban


The award-winning property stands out on Oban's beautiful seafront


The spacious en-suite rooms boast king-size or super king-size beds


 Easy chairs 


large flat-screen TV


The superb bathrooms offer top quality accessories


 Bathrobes and large towels

COMPLIMENTARY





Evening Information




DINING 




The Ninth Wave


Award-winning game and seafood restaurant on the Isle of Mull


Lobster, crab, hand-dived scallops and fish are often caught only hours before appearing on your dinner plate


More Info


BREAKFAST


Mackays









Nearby




HIGHLIGHTS



Oban Distillery

McCaig's Tower


Finn Falconry


Isle of Staffa


Calgary Bay


Tobermory Distillery


Duart Castle


Mull Eagle Watch


 








Fionnphort-Mull Iona-Ulva



DAY NINE




Board the Short ferry Crossing over

 to Mull Iona 

Port Craignure for a 

full day of sights



STAFFA FINCALS CAVE


Over Night Stay Ulva













Accommodation


ACHNACRICHE


DRIMNIN ESTATE


B&B


Sea view


Garden view

Mountain view


Located in Bonnavoulin on the Morvern peninsula


 This B&B offers accommodation with free WiFi


Flat-screen TV


 Free bikes






Evening information



DINING



ACHNACRICHE RESTAURANT



3 Course Meal



locally sourced ingredients


Relax in the private guest

sitting room with its log burning 

stove, large screen television, books

and maps about this wonderful part of Scotland. 



BREAKFAST


included









Nearby



HIGHLIGHTS



Achnacriche sits within 

a large garden surrounded 

by ancient oak woodland


fishing & cycles available


Seabirds


Puffins


On the way to Staffa keep an 

eye out for dolphins

porpoises and minke 

whales which are often seen 

during the warmer months


Ulva-Tobermory




DAY TEN



Ulva is part of  Inner Hebrides island 

featuring a handful of residents, plus historical buildings & ruins



stunning views and scenery there is never a moment that will not take your breath away!



Ulva has been  awarded 


"The best scenery on Mull"

and is a very special place






Accommodation


THE TOBERMORY HOTEL


Along the seafront 
The Tobermory Hotel 

Is a great place  to Stay

as its in the the heart of  everything Tobermory has to offer

restaurants & bar

flat-screen TV.
Wifi
Free toiletries

Inland Double Room

Inland Twin Room


Evening Information




DINING 




CAFE FISH






BREAKFAST


THE TOBERMORY HOTEL

  self-service buffet:

Fruit Juices, Cereals, Homemade Bread, Soda Bread & Pancakes, Freshly made Yoghurts, Croissants, Fresh Fruit, Cheeses


Cooked Breakfast Menu
(Cooked to order)

Traditional Porridge, Smoked Salmon & Scrambled Eggs, Grilled West Coast Kipper, Full Cooked Tobermory Hotel Breakfast




Nearby




HIGHLIGHTS



Staffa & The Treshnish Isles


magnificent wildlife


Island of Ulva


Fishing:Sea, River, Loch


Ben More (966m high)


Cycling:


Pony Trekking


Calgary is the most famous of the white sands on Mull




Tobermory-Return Journey to Drop off Point


DAY ELEVEN


Stirling

Edinburgh

Glasgow

Perth



Places to See On our way back



SIGHTS




Kilchurn Castle


Mull Chedder


Craignure Mull Ferry


Lochearnhead









food Information





BREAKFAST


THE TOBERMORY HOTEL





LUNCH


Mull Chedder












Nearby






HIGHLIGHTS




Tobermory Distillery Visitors

Centre


Mull Museum


Mull Chedder


                             Tobermory

                             Lighthouse







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