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Experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in Scotland as we explore the best of what the West Coast has to offer. We’re based in the town of Fort William, the largest town in the West Highlands, with its dramatic setting on the banks of Loch Linnhe and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Excursions

Jacobite Steam Railway
Described as the greatest railway journey in the world, we travel from Fort William to Mallaig on board the Jacobite steam train, made famous in the Harry Potter films. This picturesque journey passes through Arisaig, alongside Loch Morar and over the Glenfinnan Viaduct en route to Mallaig, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Isles of Rum, Eigg and Skye.

The Isle Skye 
After an early breakfast we travel by road, passing the famous Eilean Donan Castle and over the Skye Bridge to spend the day in the island capital of Portree. Surrounded by high ground and cliffs, Portree is known for its colourful fishing harbour. The main town lies behind the harbour, with the main focus being Somerled Square, home to the mercat cross and war memorial. Portree is charming to wander around and offers a range of interesting speciality shops. Please note, this will be a long but very worthwhile day.

Fort William & Lochaber
We take the short drive to explore fascinating Fort William and Lochaber. The area features the most westerly point in Britain - Ardnamurchan point; the second deepest loch - Loch Morar; the highest mountain and the most infamous Highland glen - historic Glencoe with its amazing scenery. We also take in perhaps the most famous glen in Scotland - Glenfinnan - where the Clan Cameron gathered there to meet Bonnie Prince Charlie from France, to lead the historic Jacobite Army. This day is sure to be an historical delight.

Price includes: Dinner, B&B | Coach travel throughout | Excursions | Door to Door Collection* | Some single rooms without supplement

*conditions apply

Hotel

Croit Anna Hotel - Fort William

Overlooking the banks of Loch Linnhe, the Croit Anna Hotel offers unrivalled views of the surrounding landscape from the public areas and most of the bedrooms. This hotel boasts a panoramic lounge, restaurant & bar and has entertainment most evenings. There is no lift at the hotel, but
ground floor rooms are available on request and subject to availability.

Door to Door Pick Up

Our free Door to Door service is available to customers within 15 miles of Dunfermline / Edinburgh / Bathgate / Glasgow / Paisley / East Kilbride / Hamilton.

For customers living further afield, Door to Door may be available for a supplement.

Please note: You may travel with other customers in the people carrier, taxi or minibus taking you to your holiday coach. Not all members of your party may be in the same car if getting picked up at different addresses.

Fort William, Skye & the Jacobite Steam Train

Prices from... £339.00

Description

Experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in Scotland as we explore the best of what the West Coast has to offer. We’re based in the town of Fort William, the largest town in the West Highlands, with its dramatic setting on the banks of Loch Linnhe and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Excursions

Jacobite Steam Railway
Described as the greatest railway journey in the world, we travel from Fort William to Mallaig on board the Jacobite steam train, made famous in the Harry Potter films. This picturesque journey passes through Arisaig, alongside Loch Morar and over the Glenfinnan Viaduct en route to Mallaig, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Isles of Rum, Eigg and Skye.

The Isle Skye 
After an early breakfast we travel by road, passing the famous Eilean Donan Castle and over the Skye Bridge to spend the day in the island capital of Portree. Surrounded by high ground and cliffs, Portree is known for its colourful fishing harbour. The main town lies behind the harbour, with the main focus being Somerled Square, home to the mercat cross and war memorial. Portree is charming to wander around and offers a range of interesting speciality shops. Please note, this will be a long but very worthwhile day.

Fort William & Lochaber
We take the short drive to explore fascinating Fort William and Lochaber. The area features the most westerly point in Britain - Ardnamurchan point; the second deepest loch - Loch Morar; the highest mountain and the most infamous Highland glen - historic Glencoe with its amazing scenery. We also take in perhaps the most famous glen in Scotland - Glenfinnan - where the Clan Cameron gathered there to meet Bonnie Prince Charlie from France, to lead the historic Jacobite Army. This day is sure to be an historical delight.

Price includes: Dinner, B&B | Coach travel throughout | Excursions | Door to Door Collection* | Some single rooms without supplement

*conditions apply

Experience some of the most breathtaking scenery in Scotland as we explore the best of what the West Coast has to offer. We’re based in the town of Fort William, the largest town in the West Highlands, with its dramatic setting on the banks of Loch Linnhe and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis.

Excursions

Jacobite Steam Railway
Described as the greatest railway journey in the world, we travel from Fort William to Mallaig on board the Jacobite steam train, made famous in the Harry Potter films. This picturesque journey passes through Arisaig, alongside Loch Morar and over the Glenfinnan Viaduct en route to Mallaig, where you can enjoy stunning views of the Isles of Rum, Eigg and Skye.

The Isle Skye 
After an early breakfast we travel by road, passing the famous Eilean Donan Castle and over the Skye Bridge to spend the day in the island capital of Portree. Surrounded by high ground and cliffs, Portree is known for its colourful fishing harbour. The main town lies behind the harbour, with the main focus being Somerled Square, home to the mercat cross and war memorial. Portree is charming to wander around and offers a range of interesting speciality shops. Please note, this will be a long but very worthwhile day.

Fort William & Lochaber
We take the short drive to explore fascinating Fort William and Lochaber. The area features the most westerly point in Britain - Ardnamurchan point; the second deepest loch - Loch Morar; the highest mountain and the most infamous Highland glen - historic Glencoe with its amazing scenery. We also take in perhaps the most famous glen in Scotland - Glenfinnan - where the Clan Cameron gathered there to meet Bonnie Prince Charlie from France, to lead the historic Jacobite Army. This day is sure to be an historical delight.

Price includes: Dinner, B&B | Coach travel throughout | Excursions | Door to Door Collection* | Some single rooms without supplement

*conditions apply

Hotel

Croit Anna Hotel - Fort William

Overlooking the banks of Loch Linnhe, the Croit Anna Hotel offers unrivalled views of the surrounding landscape from the public areas and most of the bedrooms. This hotel boasts a panoramic lounge, restaurant & bar and has entertainment most evenings. There is no lift at the hotel, but
ground floor rooms are available on request and subject to availability.

Door to Door Pick Up

Our free Door to Door service is available to customers within 15 miles of Dunfermline / Edinburgh / Bathgate / Glasgow / Paisley / East Kilbride / Hamilton.

For customers living further afield, Door to Door may be available for a supplement.

Please note: You may travel with other customers in the people carrier, taxi or minibus taking you to your holiday coach. Not all members of your party may be in the same car if getting picked up at different addresses.

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Departure Date Tour Reference Days Price (from) Available Seats Pickup Points Coach Seats Rooms  
Mon 4 Jun, 2018 ECLFOC 7 5 £339.00 0 Sold out
Mon 16 Jul, 2018 ECLFOC 8 5 £359.00 8 Book Now
Mon 20 Aug, 2018 ECLFOC 9 5 £359.00 10 + Book Now
Mon 24 Sep, 2018 ECLFOC 10 5 £349.00 10 + Book Now