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5 Days
15th April 2024 & 13th May 2024
From £589
  • Pitlochry

  • Cairngorms National Park

  • Strathspey Heritage Railway

  • Strathspey Heritage Railway

  • Strathspey Heritage Railway

  • Blair Castle & Gardens

  • Queen's Views

  • Perth

  • Blair Athol Distillery

  • Blair Athol Distillery

Pitlochry is one of Scotland's most beautiful and vibrant places to visit. In the heart of Scotland, with beautiful scenery, rich clan history, lochs, and viewpoints to be enjoyed.

Price is per person sharing a double or twin room and is based on 30 passengers. 10 Singles at no supplement.


Day 01

Meet at your local pick-up point and travel to Pitlochry.

Day 02

Visit Cairngorms National Park, and discover the UK's largest national park. Separated by a great bulk of mountains, each area of the park has it's own distinct identity., whilst sharing a deep connection to the same environments. After your visit to Cairngorms, enjoy a ride on the Strathspey Heritage Railway. After your journey on a beautiful steam train, Blair Castle & Gardens will present to you a backdrop of fine 18th century interiors, and Scots Baronial architecture in 30 rooms, as you take a guided tour of the Castle. The gardens at Blair Castle feature a nine-acre walled garden, a wooded grove, gothic folly, a kirk ruin, and extensive deer park. 

Day 03

Many, many years ago, Perth was the capital of Scotland and a picturesque playground for royalty. Today, the city is abundant with beautiful architecture, captivating royal history, and picturesque surrounding landscapes.  The Scottish poet, Robert Burns, made Aberfeldy famous and it is a Scottish dream. Aberfeldy was Scotland's first Fairtrade town, and today the local retailers prvide organic, environmentally friendly and Fairtrade products.

Day 04

Lying at the heart of Highland Perthshire, Queen's Views is one of the most spectacular sights you can find - so spectacular that Queen Isabella, the viewpoint's namesake, would make this her resting spot on journeys. On a clear day you can see as far as the Glencoe Mountains on the west coast.  Once you have marvelled at the natural beauty of Scotland (and hopefully had your camera at the ready), visit Blair Athol Distillery. Standing at the gateway to the Scottish Highlands, Blair Athol's ancient source of water flows through grounds and slopes, contributing to the whisky's smooth finish. Here you will enjoy a tour and tasting, for you to embark on the history of Blair Athol's mellow whisky.

Day 05

After breakfast, check out of your hotel to depart home.

Your holiday includes

  • 4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast at the Hydro Hotel, Pitlochry
  • Clairngorms National Park
  • Journey on the Strathspey Heritage Railway
  • Perth & Aberfeldy
  • Blair Castle & Gardens with a guided tour of the castle
  • Tour & Tasting at Blair Athol Distillery
  • Visit to Queen's Views
  • Private coach travel
  • Services of an experienced driver
  • 10 singles at no supplement
  • Cancellation Protection

Hotel Details

Pitlochry Hydro Hotel 

The Pitlochry Hydro Hotel has been built in the style of a traditional Scottish hunting lodge. It is a stunning example of original Highland architecture, complete with chic contemporary interiors.

As one of the most popular hotels in Perthshire, the Hydro Hotel Pitlochry offers everything a guest needs for a relaxing stay. With 73 bedrooms, two stylish lounges, a superb restaurant and a well-equipped leisure club, it’s the perfect base from which to explore the stunning local area. There’s plenty to see and do in the local area, and the hotel itself comes fully equipped with a fitness centre, shared lounge, terrace and gardens. 


15th April 2024

13th May 2024


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