2020: The Lake District, Edinburgh & the Isle of Skye - 6 nights


2 nts Keswick*, 2 nts Edinburgh, 2 nts Portree**

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* Includes ALL taxes and service charges

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Rail & Trail Journey
Travel from England to Scotland on this trip that combines a one-way train journey with two of our tours. Between the tours, you get free time in Edinburgh.

Please note:
You stay two nights in Keswick*, two nights in Edinburgh, and two nights in Portree**.
* Please note all tours that depart on the 13th, 16th, 20th, 23rd, 27th and 30th July will stay in Bowness-on-Windermere instead of Keswick
** The restaurants can be busy in Portree. So, we advise you to reserve a table for your first evening on tour prior to your departure date. You'll arrive no later than 07:30pm at the overnight destination.

See it all on this tour which blends the epic views of Skye with the quaint charms of the Lake District.

On this trip, you experience two opposing sides of Britain.
You go to the peaceful Lake District. Where little lanes curve through rolling meadows, sheep bleat to the rustling leaves, and lakes snuggle up to sedate mountains.
And then, after a little time spent in Edinburgh, things become more dramatic.
Because you travel to Skye. Where the western winds carve unbelievable mountains, the shores create sea-loving cultures, and the landscapes bombard your eyes with unforgettable views.
Join this trip and see Scotland and England’s quaint charms and larger-than-life landscapes.

Places you explore:
Ullswater - The second largest lake in the English Lake District is famous for its sublime, tranquil beauty.
Aira Force Waterfall - Experience a roaring 65ft waterfall from a charming stone bridge.
Lake Windermere - You can choose to wander the shores or put on your sailing hat and go for a cruise.
Edinburgh – So much to see and do in Scotland’s capital city, probably the most dramatic cityscape in the world.
Eilean Donan Castle – An iconic and gorgeous 13th-century castle that once warded off Viking invasions.
Glencoe – Be moved by the sheer beauty and tragic tale of one of Scotland’s most famous landscapes.
Quiraing Mountain Pass – Skye’s outstanding geological stunner. These strange formations gave Skye its nickname, the ‘Winged Isle’.
The Old Man of Storr - This sharp pinnacle of rock bursts out the land and can be seen for miles around.
Loch Ness – This loch holds more fresh water than all of the lakes in England and Wales combined. But does it also hold the Loch Ness Monster?


- A one-way train ticket from London to Penrith
- Transport in a 16 seat Mercedes mini-coach
- Air conditioning as standard
- The stories and services of an English-speaking driver-guide
- Edinburgh City Tour
- 6 nights accommodation
- Breakfast daily

- Entry fees to visitor attractions


6 breakfasts
0 lunches
0 dinners
0 teas
To Book Call 1-888-597-3519


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