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Scotland's Rail Tour
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7 Days 6 nights
Daily Departures

Day                Itinerary Overnight            location
Day 1        City Sightseeing Edinburgh            Edinburgh
Day 2         Full Day Tour – Alnwick Castle & the Borders      Edinburgh
Day 3             Train – Edinburgh to Inverness       Inverness
Day 4   Full Day Tour – Isle of Skye & Eilean Donan Castle   Inverness
Day 5    Train – Inverness to Glasgow            Glasgow
Day 6        City Sightseeing Glasgow             Glasgow
Day 7        Departure from Glasgow

2024 3 star Hotel 4 star Hotel
April $1399 pp $1709 pp
May $1429 pp $1799
June $1439 pp $1829 pp
July $1749 pp $1879 pp
August $1799 pp $1929 pp
September $1439 pp $1829 pp
October $1399 pp $1709 pp
Single Supplement
April - July & Sept - Oct
$619 $859
Single Supplement
$1149 $1029

Price includes:
▪ 6 nights in a centrally located hotel sharing a twin/double room with private facilities inclusive of breakfast.
▪ Return Private Airport Transfers (from Edinburgh Airport/to Glasgow Airport)
▪ Rail Journeys between each city (standard class)
▪ 24h Hop On Hop Off Edinburgh Sightseeing Tour
▪ 24h Hop On Hop Off Glasgow City Sightseeing Tour
▪ Full Day Tour Alnwick Castle, the Northumberland Coast and the Borders (from Edinburgh)
▪ Full Day Tour Isle of Skye & Eilean Donan Castle (from Inverness)
▪ Service & VAT
Note: a suitable alternative will be booked if any of the above-mentioned entrances /tours are not available

Price does not include:
▪ Entrances other than those detailed above
▪ Transfers other than those mentioned above
▪ Lunches, dinners & drinks
▪ Personal expenses


Example Train Schedule: 2024 still TBC
Edinburgh Waverley Station – Inverness central
Day 4
Tuesdays Sundays
08:34 10:37 13:33 16:34 09:29 13:56 15:50 16:32
Inverness Central – Glasgow Queen Street
Day 6
Tuesdays Sundays
08:45 14:48 17:27 12:41 16:24
- guests are traveling with a flexible ticket and will therefore travel at their own leisure; with the flexibility
of choosing their preferred train/times
- the above times are examples and therefore estimated times on selected days and cannot be guaranteed
(subject to change)
- guests will always need to check train times prior to travel as schedules vary (dependant on month & day
of the week) and different routes are available
- guests will always need to check their selected journey as some trains may include a changeover
(depending on train/time chosen by client)
- train times will be published up to 3 months in advance


Full Day Tours Information:
Alnwick Castle, the Northumberland Coast & the Borders (Rabbies):
Daily departures (April – October) Subject to change – 2024 times TBC
Time: departs 08:45 (check-in closes at 08:30) & returns to Edinburgh at 18:15
Location: Edinburgh
Address: Rabbie's Cafe Bar, Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EG
Tour Highlights:
Kelso - A ruined abbey, a stunning, cobbled town square, and beautiful boutique shops.
The Borders - The gentle valleys and rolling hills are a delight to explore.
Alnwick Castle - This gorgeous castle was used as a set for both Harry Potter and Downton Abbey.
Northumberland Coastline - This captivating coastline is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
River Tweed - A graceful, salmon-filled river that winds through the borders.
East Lothian - Home to famous golf courses and expanses of splendid green farming plains.
Tour Description:
“Your tour begins by following the road that connected Caledonia with Roman Britannia.
You stop in Kelso, where you can explore this handsome town and what is thought to be Scotland’s largest market square. You also see the ruins of Kelso Abbey, a reminder of the many ancient conflicts between Scotland and England.
Continuing South, you cross the border and travel to Alnwick Castle, an immense fortification that has stood strong for nearly a millennium.
It was originally built to assert Norman rule over newly conquered lands. But more recently Alnwick Castle and its perfectly manicured gardens have found fame as one of the settings for the fictional Hogwarts school in the Harry Potter movie series.
Book lovers should take the opportunity to explore one of the largest and most impressive second-hand book shops in Britain.
After around three hours at Alnwick, you travel north along the Northumberland Coast, one of the UK’s most outstanding areas of natural beauty. You stop along the way to admire some of the area’s best known beaches, castles, and ancient Border towns.”


The Isle of Skye & Eilean Donan Castle (Rabbies):
Daily departures (year around; except 24/12/21, 25/12/21, 26/12/21, 31/12/21, 01/01/22)
Time: departs 08:00 (Check-in closes 07:45) and returns to Inverness at 20:00 Subject to change – 2024 times TBC
Location: Inverness
Address: Stance 7, Inverness Bus Station, Margaret St, Inverness, IV1 1LT
Tour Highlights:
Skye - The beauty of this island has inspired movie makers, poets and travellers from all round the world.
Kyle of Lochalsh - This is the gateway to Skye. Enjoy sublime views of landscapes that surround this village.
Eilean Donan Castle - An iconic and gorgeous 13th-century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
Portree - A cute, colourful coastal town that’s as quaint as it is fascinating.
Trotternish Peninsula - The ultimate Skye road. It’s the way to see the Quiraing, kilt rock, and all of Skye’s must see sights.
Cuillin Mountains - Skye’s dominant mountain range. Enjoy views of these imposing mountains as you travel the ‘winged isle’.
Loch Ness - This loch holds more freshwater than all the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it hide the Loch Ness monster?
Tour Description:
“After an early start, you leave the city and travel along the Great Glen Fault Line towards Loch Ness. Here, you have a chance to spot the monster and admire lovely Castle Urquhart from afar.
You take a short break in Invermoriston and continue through dramatic Highland scenery to the west coast and Eilean Donan Castle. You can go inside ‘the most photographed castle in Scotland’ or simply enjoy the astounding views.
And now, it’s the moment you’ve been waiting for. Because it’s over the sea and onto the Isle of Skye. You travel up the island’s east coast through the stunning Red Cuillin Mountains to Sligachan, where you stop for a photo of the clear mountain waters.
Arriving in the town of Portree, you have free time to grab a bite to eat at one of the many delightful local restaurants.
After you’ve filled your belly, you explore some of the most famous scenery of the island at the Trotternish Peninsula. The Old Man of Storr, Kilt Rock, and the Quiraing are all unforgettably beautiful.
You venture to Kyleakin for refreshments and a chance to view the dramatic ruin Castle Moil or the Skye Bridge and Eilean Ban.
Travelling over the bridge, you journey back to Inverness. The route you take back is different from the morning, so you get even more opportunities to enjoy the Highland scenery.”


Tour inclusions:
- Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
- Air conditioning as standard
- The stories and services of an English-speaking driver-guide
Tour exclusions:
- Entry fees to visitor attractions
- Meals/beverage




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All rates shown are based on the current exchange rate.
 It is important to note that foreign exchange rates fluctuate frequently 
and that the prices provided above, can change at any time without notice.
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