Holiday in Scotland
Explore one of the most idyllic areas in England. Entwined around the sleepy Suffolk countryside, you'll be welcomed by relaxing seaside towns and quaint rural villages, all set within a traditional English landscape, made famous by John Constable.
Stay in the heart of Scotland at Pitlochry on a tour of history and splendour, surrounded by outstanding scenery that will stretch for miles. Spend the days exploring Scotland's finest castles - Balmoral, Glamis Castle and Scone Palace - and discover thousands of years of history. Balmoral is famous as The Queen's favourite holiday retreat; Glamis Castle was the childhood home of Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother; while Scone Palace was the impressive crowning place of Scottish kings.
Discover Argyll, the West Coast of Scotland, characterised by remarkable scenery that together capture the beauty and appeal of Scotland. Oban is one of the country's most visited holiday towns, welcoming you with panoramic views of striking mountains, lochs and islands. Mull is the largest of the islands of Argyll that surround Oban, where you can join a visit to its capital of Tobermory.
Discover the Isle of Arran, also known as 'Scotland in Miniature', and Scotland's most southerly Hebridean Island. Stir your imagination with towering granite peaks, sandy bays, wildflower and heather lands that stretch for miles. Brodick Castle is the highlight of the holiday, a grand estate with over 800 years of history.
Step aboard these special railway journeys to discover Scotland's classic landscapes. Delve past soaring mountains; climb the Highlands and venture by pristine lochs - witnessed from the train carriage windows as you sit back and relax. Visits to quaint villages, fishing ports, Inverness and Fort William will complete this magnificent tour.
Scotland's magnificent capital city is proud to host the fabulous, annual Military Tattoo. This impressive city is a sightseer's paradise. Set against the backdrop of the Firth of Forth, Edinburgh is romantic, cultured, fascinating and vibrant. It buzzes at festival time, with visitors able to stroll along the Royal Mile and down Princes Street, climb the Scott Monument and gaze in awe at the amazing castle. Image ©The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
This idyllic chain of islands are utterly unspoiled with fine white sandy beaches, turquoise sea, rugged moorland and abundant wildlife. When the sun shines, there is no more exquisite spot on earth. The Outer Hebrides were believed by the Vikings to be at the edge of the world. Folklore, history, tradition, breath-taking scenery, sometimes lashed by Atlantic storms, the islands have a far from modern life, forgotten air, but utterly unspoiled.