Scotland is everything
Celtic you dream about and much more! Jagged coastlines, freshwater
lakes, and saltwater fjords. St. Andrews, home of the Royal
and Ancient Golf Club. Hip and historic Edinburgh with the Royal
Mile, Palace of Holyroodhouse and Princes Street. The towering
peaks of the Torridon Highlands and the mysterious Loch Ness.
The Trossachs, the romantic countryside of Rob Roy.
with hill and forest walks, horse riding and pony treking. Salmon
fishing and golf are unsurpassed in Scotland and is a world leader
in providing the very best of sporting pastimes.
The Scottish Rivers
and Lochs have always epitomised the very best of inland fishing
and angling. Stunning scenery, rushing streams, silent pools,
hidden lochs and the all-pervading silence-you might be years
from the worries and bustle of modern life.
Scotland is the
home of golf! Golfers are in seventh heaven, with a multitude
of top-class courses to enjoy. World famous links such as Carnoustie,
St. Andrews, Royal Troon, Turnberry have been graced by many of
the ancient games top professionals, including Tiger Woods, Jack
Nicklaus,Gary Player, and Tom Watson. The Scots have played golf
at St. Andrews since at least 1457 and now can claim six different
courses to choose from.
Campbell stronghold, near Oban. Built 1709.
+ B&B from £80.00 per night per person.
in a castle!
4 day/3 night weekends. Arrive Friday for lunch and depart after
breakfast on Monday.
£565.00 each person ALL INCLUSIVE!
castles from £85.00 B&B
per person per night.
3 star hotels from £40.00 per person per night B&B.
and "homely" Guesthouse accommodation from £20.00 B&B per
catering cottages and lodges from £200.00 per week.
prices are in British Pounds Sterling.
Celtour for a full tour service to include accommodation,
touring, and all the very best of Scottish sporting pastimes.
This is a 7 day
/ 6 night tour of Scotland to include Glasgow, the West Coast,
Highlands and Edinburgh.
is of a high standard and rooms offer private ensuite bathrooms
and full Scottish breakfast each morning.
Car rental would
be for 7 days and would be group 2 Automatic (Renault Clio or
Peugeot 106 or similar).
and inclusive tour price is for 2 persons.
Tour can be changed
in any way to facilitate group numbers and number of nights at
each hotel is flexible.
Scotland is "The
Great Outdoors" of the United Kingdom and offers excellent walking
opportunities, trekking, cycling, horse riding, LINKS golf and
salmon fishing; history & heritage.
and accommodation details.
1: Arrive Glasgow International Airport.
Collect car rental
and transfer to Glasgow City centre hotel.
at The Carlton George Hotel.
Set in the heart
of Glasgow’s city centre, the Carlton George combines state
of the art technology, absolute luxury and impeccable service.
It is located minutes from the shops with Princes Square, House
of Fraser, The Buchanan Galleries and the Italian Centre. Your
hotel is adjacent to Queen Street Station and twenty minutes from
Bedroom would be
an Executive Double ensuite and the hotel lounges have open fires
and complimentary bar to relax.
2: Drive to Argyll on the West Coast.
at Holly Tree Hotel, Kentallen, by Appin, Argyll.
The Holly Tree
is situated at the very edge of Loch Linnhe and enjoys spectacular
views to the mountains of Ardgour. The Hotel is a haven for quiet
relaxation and enjoyment. Bedroom would be a Superior Double ensuite.
Created from a railway station and built at the turn of the century
in the Glasgow Art Nouveau style, and the hotel has been carefully
enlarged in a very comfortable but relaxed manner whilst retaining
the more interesting features of the original building. The grounds
extend for a mile along the shore and include a private pier and
Loch Linnhe is
a sea loch forming part of the great geological divide in the
Highlands running from Oban to Inverness. It is a perfect location
for a stay to remember.
3: Transfer north to Inverness in the Highlands.
at The Priory Hotel, Beauly, Inverness-shire.
un beau lieu", was how Mary Queen of Scots described Beauly and
gave the village its name in 1554. In the busy central square
stands your hotel, a comfortable establishment with an excellent
reputation for good food, first class accommodation and friendly
efficient service. Bedroom would be a Superior Double ensuite.
Beauly is 12 miles
west of Inverness and an ideal base for touring the Highlands
and Loch Ness and an excellent base for walking, horse riding,
golf, fishing, sailing and many other outdoor activities.
4: Drive south to Perthshire.
Stay the night
at Pine Trees Hotel, Pitlochry, Perthshire.
Hotel is a former
Victorian mansion house and is small and select, combining luxurious
accommodation with individual service and attention, in a glorious
setting. Bedroom would be Superior Double ensuite. It is surrounded
by 10 acres of garden and is a private haven.
and historic sites are within easy reach, or you could explore
Pitlochry itself, visiting whiskey distilleries, or walking
to Pitochry Dam to spot a salmon leaping up the famous ladder.
5 & 6: Continue
south to Edinburgh.
Stay two nights
at Cannings Hotel in Edinburgh.Cannings
was originally five Edwardian townhouses and is facing on to
a cobbled street with gardens beyond. Bedrooms are individually
designed with care, while peaceful lounges provide a retreat
from the city bustle.
It is a very pleasant
walk to the centre of Edinburgh and Princes Street, Edinburgh
Castle and all its cultural delights. It is a very central hotel,
located in the West End of the city and great for city tours and
close to the Castle.
7: Transfer back to Glasgow International Airport.
Drop off car rental
and fly home or join one of our other tours to Ireland, England
and Wales or beyond!
Total tour cost
from Celtour would be from : €1560.00 inclusive.
Total tour cost
is for two persons sharing car rental and hotel room as stated
in above itinerary.
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