Four nights dinner, bed & breakfast; tea/coffee after dinner; one glass of wine with dinner; free bar between 1930 hours – 2230 hours every night (selected brands); packed lunch or soup/sandwiches on three days; and a full programme of entertainment
Situated on the green within the pretty village of Drymen on the east side of Loch Lomond. This former coaching Inn offers a friendly and welcoming service. Facilities include: Restaurant and Bar & Lounge. There is no lift, however there are plenty of ground floor rooms available on request. Porterage is included
THURSDAY We journey north, with suitable stops en route to Drymen.
FRIDAY We set off to Duntreath Castle, the ancestral home of the Edmonstone family. The famous garden stands in 20 acres of lawns, and is set against the backdrop of the Campsie Hills. Enjoy a guided tour of the castle, followed by morning coffee in the drawing room, and a guided tour of the garden and grounds, visiting the blankets of snowdrops. We return to the hotel for a soup and sandwich lunch, and an afternoon at leisure.
SATURDAY We travel to Killin to see the Falls of Dochart that flow through this pretty village. Back then to the Brenachoile Restaurant, overlooking Loch Katrine, for a lunch of soup and sandwiches. Our return journey takes us over the Dukes Pass and through Aberfoyle.
SUNDAY Today we take the breath-taking route over the “Rest and be Thankful” to the Royal Burgh of Inveraray, for time at leisure. We also call at the graceful holiday town of Helensburgh with its handsome buildings and long promenades. A packed lunch will be provided today.
MONDAY We bid farewell to Scotland and commence our homeward journey.
Note: The days on which the included excursions operate may be subject to change.