Groups 5 Days from £499
Stay in style at Airth Castle, a stunning retreat in central Scotland from where there are so many excursion options that we could fill two pages. How about a day in Edinburgh, the greatest city on this island (according to Rob!) and by contrast a journey through the scenic Trossachs for a taste of the Highlands. We’ll take the high road.....
New to 2020
Luxury and Speciality
• Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
• Hotel accommodation
• All rooms ensuite
• Private coach travel
• Services of an experienced driver throughout your stay
• Excursions from your resort*
• Free optional insurance
• Free places in line with our Free Place Policy
• 6 singles free of supplement
*Some admission charges may not be included in the holiday price
There is so much to do in this great city. The Royal Mile is a gem from Holyrood up to Edinburgh’s proud castle and Grassmarket is a lovely place to while away a couple of hours. Princes Street is retail heaven and be sure to visit Jenners, a delightfully traditional old-style department store or admire the works of art at the Scottish National Gallery. Further afield, the Royal Yacht Britannia, for over 40 years the Queen’s floating palace, awaits at Leith and we can return with stunning views of the UNESCO World Heritage Forth Bridge
We travel northwards through Stirlingshire to the Trossachs National Park, known as “The Scottish Highlands in Miniature” to Loch katrine, where you can take a cruise on the historic steamship SS Sir Walter Scott, the beauty of the loch unfolding in front of you, which inspired Sir Walter Scott to write his famous poem. As you travel the tales and legends of the loch will be narrated by a crew member.
A short drive takes us to the Falkirk Wheel, one of Scotland’s top attractions. Here you can take a boat trip to experience the only rotating boat lift in the world, a true engineering masterpiece, to join the Union Canal.
Stirling & the National Wallace Monument
Stirling feels like Edinburgh in miniature, with handsome stone buildings and its own striking and historic castle. The nearby National Wallace Monument commemorates the life of Sir William Wallace and overlooks the scene of his greatest victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge in 1297. From the monument you can see Loch Lomond, the Trossachs and the Pentland Hills.
Central Scotland's most exclusive retreat offers a stunning backdrop, set in secluded countryside, yet conveniently located for Scotland's cities. The Castle, which dates back to the 14th century & was once owned by the family of Robert the Bruce, is perfectly complemented by the pretty courtyard building where you'll find the Grill Room restaurant and many of the bedrooms. In the grounds of Airth Castle Hotel you’ll also discover central Scotland’s most luxurious spa and leisure club, featuring an indoor heated swimming pool with poolside terrace, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna.
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