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Duke of Gordon Hotel
Situated in the town of Kingussie in the heart of the Highlands, the original Scottish Baronial-style main building dates back to the late 1800s.
A traditional hotel, and a short walk from the village centre.
• Luxury coach travel to and from Scotland
• Overnight half board accommodation on the outward and return journey
• Half board accommodation in the main hotel for four nights
• Entertainment each evening at main hotel
• Cruise on Loch Ness
• Tour and whisky tasting at Speyside Cooperage
• Journey on Strathspey railway – Aviemore to Broomhill
• Visit to the Highland Folk Museum
The hotel at a glance
• En-suite bathroom
• Gardens and terrace
• Hair dryer (on request)
• Hospitality tray
About The Highlands
It’s a cliché but the Highlands really is the Scotland of your imagination.
It’s an amazing concoction of culture, history, architecture and unparalleled scenery.
Think big skies, mind-blowing landscapes, superb food and hospitable people – it really doesn’t get any better if you want to escape and unwind.
DAY 1: After completing our local pick-up route we head towards our overnight stay in Preston. We will have suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route.
DAY 2: We travel to our mainstay, the Duke of Gordon Hotel. Time to settle in before dinner.
DAY 3: Scotland is well known for its legends, so today we have included a chance to go Nessie hunting on a Loch Ness cruise. On then to Fort William for time at leisure.
DAY 4: This morning we enjoy a journey on Strathspey railway – Aviemore to Broomhill. In the afternoon we visit Speyside Cooperage, home of the ancient art of coopering for more than 70 years. A tour here takes you on the journey from acorn to cask and includes a whisky themed tasting.
DAY 5: Today we travel to Inverness, the cultural capital of the Scottish Highlands. See its 19th century cathedral, stroll along the banks of River Ness and browse the indoor Victorian market. This afternoon visit the open-air Highland Folk Museum in nearby Newtonmore. With over 30 historical buildings and thousands of artefacts, you can learn how Highland people lived and worked from the 1700s up until the 1960s.
DAY 6: Today we say farewell to our hosts and make our way to our overnight stop in Newcastle upon Tyne. We will have suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route.
DAY 7: We continue our journey home with suitable lunch and refreshment stops en-route.
* Single room supplement of £97 applies
THE STREET, RYARSH
KENT, ME19 5LQ
TEL: 01732 845656
FAX: 01732 221577