Micheal
At A Glance:
  • Tour Dates:
    April 19 - 27, 2020

    Tour begins:
    Edinburgh, Scotland

    Tour concludes:
    Edinburgh, Scotland

    Price:
    $3,750/person (DO)
    $4,250/person (SO)

    Optional Air Package:
    $1,195/person*

     


  • IBIS Edinburgh Centre South Bridge, Edinburgh, Scotland
    Stylish and centrally-located, the IBIS Edinburgh Centre South Bridge is just steps from the historic Royal Mile in the heart of Edinburgh’s famous Old Town. Its central location makes it the ideal base from which to explore the city and all its offerings—pubs and shops are at the doorstep, while Edinburgh Castle is just a short stroll up the Royal Mile.




    Muthu Newton Hotel, Nairn, Speyside
    Overlooking the North Sea in the picturesque town of Nairn, the Muthu Newton Hotel is ideally situated for exploring the distilleries of Speyside. The hotel offers the rare opportunity to experience the style and elegance of a bygone era and is just a short walk away from Nairn’s wide array of shops and restaurants.



    Columba Hotel, Oban
    A Victorian gem built between 1865 and 1901, the Columba Hotel sits a on the waterfront at the foot of Oban’s north pier and overlooks the town and Oban Bay. It’s public spaces display the charm and elegance of a bygone era and each of its comfortable rooms offers modern amenities. Just steps from the town’s many eateries, shops and attractons – including Oban Distillery – the hotel makes the perfect base for enjoying the atmosphere of this seaside resort.



    No 1 Charlotte Street, Port Ellen, Islay
    Located along the picturesque shores of Kilnaughton Bay in the charming village of Port Ellen, No. 1 Charlotte Street is a family-run hotel with the feel of an island cottage. It’s cozy, comfortable rooms offer a relaxing base from which to explore the island of Islay and all of its celebrated distilleries.



    Golden Lion Hotel, Sterling
    Located in the center of Stirling, the Golden Lion Hotel has been welcoming guests, including royalty, for more than 200 years. In fact, the celebrated Scottish poet, Robert Burns, once wrote a poem on a hotel window frame and a plaque commemorating this event is now located on the hotel’s facade. Stirling’s shops, bars and cafes are just beyond the doorstep, and magnificent Stirling Castle is just a half mile away. The hotel’s genteel bar, Cronies, provides the perfect atmosphere to enjoy your favorite whisky.

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