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Landscapes of Scotland

8 days & 7 nights, Private Journey

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Pricing from: $6,795

Edinburgh, Inverness, Fort William & Auchterarder

Embark on this spectacular journey through Scotland. After exploring Edinburgh, discover mystical Loch Ness and stand in awe before the battlements of Inverlochy Castle. Travel along the Caledonian Canal, and observe local wildlife at the Moray Firth. Pass through the Highlands before concluding at the Gleneagles resort. Along the way, indulge your tastes for the finer things with a wealth of private visits and exclusive experiences.

  • Day 1
    Arrive Edinburgh

    Upon arrival at Edinburgh International Airport, you will be met by your Cox & Kings representative. See the stunning architecture of 18th century Georgian New Town on the way to your luxury hotel.

    The Balmoral - 2 nights
  • Day 2

    Join your local guide on an exclusive private tour of the “Jewel in Scotland’s Crown” — Edinburgh Castle. See Holyroodhouse, which is the grand, official residence of the Queen when visiting Scotland. Spend some time exploring the city on your own. Wander around the UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Old Town, stroll down the Royal Mile, and browse some of the bespoke retail outlets selling soft cashmere and beautiful silver gifts. Or visit the Royal Yacht Britannia, a magnificent ship that has played host to some of the most famous people in the world.

    The Balmoral (B)
  • Day 3
    To Inverness

    Your journey today will take you through the hauntingly beautiful Scottish Highlands ending just outside the city of Inverness. On your travels, see and experience the wondrous, ever-changing scenery Scotland is so famous for. At your hotel, once described as the most beautiful Regency House in Scotland, check in and freshen up before you head out to explore your surroundings.

    Boath House - 2 nights (B)
  • Day 4

    After breakfast, depart for Drumnadrochit, which is situated just outside Inverness, the location of the mythical Loch Ness. Here, the real inner secrets of Britain’s greatest lake are revealed, shedding some much unexpected light upon the mystery for which it is so widely known. After your day of exploring, you will be taken back to your hotel in plenty of time for you to freshen up and head out for dinner. Inverness has a vibrant restaurant and pub scene, whether you want to eat on the banks of Loch Ness or in the city center overlooking the River Ness and Inverness Castle.

    Boath House (B)
  • Day 5
    To Fort William

    Today, travel toward Inverlochy Castle; your drive will take you along the majestic Caledonian Canal where you will have plenty of opportunities to stop and experience the beautiful surroundings. The Caledonian Canal is considered to be one of the greatest waterways of the world. Running from Fort William to Inverness, this 60-mile, coast-to-coast channel passes through the beautiful Scottish countryside, along the shores of several spectacular lochs and through many towns and villages. As you drive, you may see Scottish red deer munching on the local foliage. Stop at Moray Firth to search for some of Scotland’s wildlife, including bottlenose dolphins, common seals, gray seals and porpoises.

    Inverlochy Castle - 1 night (B)
  • Day 6
    To Auchterarder

    After a night in one of Scotland’s renowned historic castles, it will be time to travel to the last destination of your journey: Auchterarder, home of The Gleneagles Hotel and the 2014 Ryder Cup. Once more, you will traverse Scotland’s beautiful highlands on your way to one of the world’s finest golf resorts. Having arrived at Gleneagles, explore the grounds, set within the gentle beauty of 850 acres of Perthshire countryside. Gleneagles boasts one of the country’s finest spas.

    Gleneagles Hotel - 2 nights (B)
  • Day 7

    Today, explore the historical city of Stirling, a short half-hour drive from Gleneagles. The history of Stirling dates back over 800 years with the heart of the old town still surviving today. Stirling’s importance came from the fact that it controlled the lowest crossing point of the River Forth and was the ancient Royal Capital of Scotland. Stirling is also home to Stirling Castle, one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland.

    Gleneagles Hotel (B)
  • Day 8
    Depart Edinburgh

    Wake up to a magnificent day in the Scottish Highlands. Gleneagles offers a plethora of activities to enjoy this morning: its three 18-hole championship courses have attracted some of the most famous golfers in the world, and the on-site shooting and equestrian schools are among the finest in the world. When it is time, meet your driver for a private transfer to Edinburgh airport for your onward flight.


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