Day 1. We will travel to Scotland with comfort breaks en route.
Day 2. Nearby is Queen Victoria’s favourite views – Loch Tummel in all its autumn glory. Further on is Kenmore, where the shimmering waters of mighty Loch Tay come into view, surrounded by rustic autumn woodlands and purple clad hillsides. Onward, and into the Perthshire Highlands and the village of Killin on the shoreline of Loch Earn. We stop in the popular town of Crieff, concluding with a guided tour and two tastings at Famous Grouse, the oldest distillery in the world.
Day 3. The autumn theme continues with entry into the multi-award winning Glamis Castle & Gardens – the childhood home of the Queen Mother. In October, the abundance of trees & exotic plants ensures the visitors is treated to a glorious spectacle of autumn colours strolling various nature trails. The Castle is a place to admire, both with its stunning architecture & furnishings together with its proud and longstanding history. After an early dinner, entry is included into the dazzling visuals and innovative design that is the Enchanted Forest. Set in the stunning woodland near Pitlochry & using the forest as a
natural backdrop. Experience a light show that is quite simply out of this world. (Free transport is provided outside the Fishers Hotel).
Day 4. A visit to Perthshire would be incomplete without discovering 3 vibrant, yet very different cities. Firstly, worth seeing is the re-juvenated Dundee with its brand new £1bn waterfront. Then over the Tay Bridge and to the ancient University city of Perth, the perfect spot to take a stroll by the river or do
a spot of retail therapy.
Day 5. Returning home with a comfort breaks enroute.