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SCOTTISH HIGHLAND GRANDEUR

‘...including a spectacular Rail & Sail’

JULY
from Thursday 13th
until Monday 17th
5 Day Coach Tour

Lying in the shadow of Ben Nevis, is the ‘Outdoor Capital of the UK’ and the main town in Lochaber, Fort William. As one of the major resorts of the Highlands, the town commands an important position and is easily accessible. Fort William’s setting is dramatic, on the shore of Loch Linnhe, and under the mighty hulk of Britain’s highest mountain, Ben Nevis. There is a footpath to the top of the mountain starting close to the town. Just a few minutes from the town is Glen Nevis, one of Scotland’s most picturesque Highland glens. The glen is formed from the flank of Ben Nevis and two other mountains and has the River Nevis flowing through it. A gondola takes visitors 2,000 ft up the mountain for amazing views and access to the ski slopes. The centre hosts the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup in June every year.

This holiday is set against majestic Highland landscapes of lochs and mountains. A tour blending history and Highland culture with a backdrop of scenery which has made this part of Scotland really amazing. Sit back, relax and take in the Scottish Highlands from Oban to Inverness. Included are two world-class attractions;cruise on the most famous loch in the world and ride on the splendid Jacobite Steam Train. Our journey north to Fort William takes us through Glencoe known as the Great Glen.

THE HIGHLAND HOTEL (www.lochsandglens.com/highlandhotel) is a 3***hotel in an elevated position overlooking Fort William and Loch Linnhe. It is a grand Victorian building with open fires and wooden panelling and has been sympathetically modernised to provide comfort and class. Offering extensive views across Loch Linnhe to the Sunart Hills, the hotel is a place to reflect on the beauty of the surrounding Scottish landscape and offers access to the tourist town of Fort William. Comfortable, well-furnished ensuite bedrooms including tea making facilities, TV and radio. Reception seating area with open fire lit during the winter months. Lift service to most bedrooms. Porterage provided.

HIGHLIGHTS
> Fort William Gateway to the Highlands > Oban Gateway to the Isles
> Ride on Jacobite Steam Train > Cruise Loch Ness to Castle Urquhart
> Wildlife cruise from Oban > Inverness the Highland capital
> 21-arched Glenfinnan Viaduct > Brief visit Neptune’s Staircase

From pickups in Northern Ireland on Thursday 13th July we take the 7.30am Stena Superfast sailing to Cairnryan followed by coach journey north with comfort and snack stops at Ayr and Tyndrum. We expect to arrive at the Highland hotel Fort William 5pm. Our return journey on Monday 18th July we travel south to Cairnryan for the 7.30pm sailing due in Belfast 9.45pm followed by coach transfers to your setdown point in Northern Ireland.

Tour Leaders: Cecil and Elizabeth Richardson.

TOUR COST:  £409 per person sharing
SINGLE:           No supp on first 5 bookings
TOUR CODE:   SHG/17
INSURANCE:   £22 per person
DEPOSIT:        £100 per person

PRICE INCLUDES:
 Luxury coaching from pickup in Northern Ireland.
 Stena Superfast ferry between Belfast/Cairnryan.
 4 Nights Half Board in 3***Highland Hotel Fort Wm.
 All day tours and excursions as per printed itinerary.
 1-hour wildlife & sealife watching cruise from Oban.
 Journey on Jacobite Steam Train from Fort William.
 Cruise on Loch Ness from Marina to Castle Urquhart.
 Services of Tour Leader throughout holiday tour.

IMPORTANT ASPECTS: Horel Lift; Yes, Location; Gradient, Steps; Some, Walking; At Will.

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