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From £579

Lochs, Hills, and Rolling Countryside in Historical Scotland

Stretching across central Scotland from east to west, Loch Lomond, Stirling, and The Trossachs.  Experience the stunning countryside, mountains and glens, and historic cities and attractions.  Take in the spectacular landscapes of Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park or maybe experience the iconic loch itself on a Loch Cruise in the scenic Trossachs hills.

Discover Stirling, the historic city that boasts the unmissable Stirling Castle, interactive Battle of Bannockburn Experience, and the National Wallace Monument or visit one of the charming rural villages like Aberfoyle and Callander.

Price is per person sharing a twin or double room and based on 30 passengers - 5 Singles at no supplement.

  • Itinerary/Excursions


    A handsome stone city often called Mini Edinburgh. Stirling is home to Stirling Castle, a historic castle dating back to at least the early 12th century. The architecture is a sight to behold, with the Great Hall being a prime attraction after being restored back to its 16th century splendour. It is also the coronation place of Mary Queen of Scots, she was crowned in the Chapel Royal at only nine months old. 

    The National Wallace Monument & Bannockburn Experience

    The National Wallace Monument stands 67 metres tall over the fields where William Wallace led his troops to victory at the Battle of Stirling Bridge. It stands on the shoulder of Abbey Craig, surrounded by beautiful quarries, trees and plant life.

    Learn Scottish history the fun way! The Battle of Bannockburn Experience is an innovative visitor attraction with state of the art 3D battle simulation. This will transform how visitors of all ages learn about Bannockburn.

    Loch Katrine Cruise on the SS Sir Walter Scott

    Take a cruise along the scenic Loch Katrine, through the Trossach hills. The loch has an avid history, being both the inspiration for the poem 'The Lady of the Lake' by Sir Walter Scott and a spot where Queen Victoria enjoyed a boat trip in 1869.

    Glengoyne Distillery

    Glengoyne Distillery is set in beautiful surroundings with the slowest stills of Scotland. It has been in action since 1833, with the casks taking 6 years to prepare to produce a fine whisky. Enjoy a wee dram of whisky at the lovely setting, with beehives and wetlands on site to preserve the natural surroundings.


  • Your Holiday Includes

    • Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
    • Hotel accommodation
    • All rooms ensuite
    • Private coach travel
    • Services of an experienced driver throughout your stay
    • Excursions from your resort
    • Hotel entertainment (if desired)
    • Cancellation Refund Policy
  • Hotel Details

    Winnock VS (Drymen)

    By Drymen’s pretty village green, this 18th century coaching inn is the ideal base to explore Loch Lomond and the Trossachs.  It has a variety of dining options from the historic and intimaet Marlin Restaurant to the popular Capercaillie room where Ceilidhs and Scottish Nights are held.  Various themed breaks are available.  The Ptarmigan Bar is a cosy pub and lounge offering bar meals and drinks at pub prices.  Comfy chairs and sofas make it the perfect place to unwind with a pint or glass of wine.  There is also a conservatory and heated decking area.  WiFi in public areas.  The comfortable en-suite bedrooms have TV, telephone, hairdryer and hospitality tray.  No lift but 20 ground floor bedrooms, the rest on the first floor.   (73 bedrooms)


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