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    Scottish Bed & Breakfast

    Tour Details

    6 Days

    Discover quaint Scottish homes and hosts!

    Enjoy a Scottish adventure vacation through the Highlands, Glasgow, Oban or where ever you’d like! Choose the Scottish B&B that’s right for you and enjoy touring this beautiful land at your own pace.

    What’s Included


    • Round-trip airfare to Edinburgh (EDI)
    • Automatic car rental for duration of stay


    • 6 nights in your choice of Bed & Breakfast in Scotland (B&B private/en-suite bathroom or Category 1 hotel level)

    Other Inclusions:

    • Breakfast daily
    • All local taxes
    • Hotel service charges
    • Carrier and government taxes/fees/facility charges on airfare are included
    • Gratuities and meals (other than noted) are not included

    Unique Explorations

    • Enjoy a home away from home with a warm Scottish Bed & Breakfast.
    • Explore Edinburgh, Loch Ness, the Isle of Skye and beyond!
    • Drive through the Highlands and take in the picturesque countryside.
    • With a local host, you can get the inside scoop on your destination.
    • Discover Glasgow, one of Scotland’s creative and hip cities.

    From Edinburgh you will choose from hundreds of Scottish Bed & Breakfasts throughout Scotland to spend the next six nights. Bed & Breakfasts are an ideal way to spend a vacation.

    You can choose from anywhere in Scotland and you will have a friendly, local host who will make sure you get the most out of your trip. They will be sure to have great tips on what to see and do around your Bed & Breakfast. Scotland has a range of beautiful areas to explore from the dynamic city of Edinburgh to the gorgeous backdrop of Inverness or Loch Ness.

    Wherever you end up staying, you will have your rental car which will make day trips extremely convenient.

    Traveler Tip:  While there may be some B&B’s near major cities, you will find most availability outside of the city centers – which works because you will have a car! Availability in major cities is limited and must be pre-booked as far in advance as possible.

    Entry Requirements:
    Passengers traveling abroad require a passport valid for six months beyond their travel dates.  All travelers are responsible to check if a visa is required for all countries on their itinerary.

    Starting prices shown are departing from New York / JFK. Prices vary depending on date and if you need a different departure city. Packages are offered year round but are subject to availability. All prices shown are per person based on 2 travelers


    Day 1. Welcome to Edinburgh!,Edinburgh

    Upon arrival in Edinburgh you will collect your rental. You will choose from hundreds charming homes and hotels throughout Scotland for your accommodations over the next six nights. We recommend choosing a property nearby for at least your first night. Leave your car at the hotel for a few hours and explore the city by foot. Princes Street is perfect for shopping and the Edinburgh Castle is a lovely piece of history as well as the Palace of Holyrood House.

    Day 2. Scottish Bed & Breakfast,Scotland

    One of the many perks of staying at a B&B is that you will have a friendly, local host who will make sure you get the most out of your trip. Popular locations include Glasgow, St Andrews and Perthshire.

    Day 3. Scottish Bed & Breakfast,Scotland

    Enjoy the day exploring the area around Inverness and maybe even spend the day traveling further north. We recommend an excursion into remoter parts, heading along the east coast (Dunrobin Castle is a great place for a visit). Closer to Inverness you might want to pay a visit to the organic Black Isle Brewery. Perhaps you’d like to explore the Loch Ness, the most famous of all Scottish Lochs. It is approximately 800 feet deep and is famous for its monster, “Nessie.” Loch Ness forms part of the Caledonian Canal which runs through the Great Glen.

    Day 4. Scottish Bed & Breakfast,Scotland

    Continue your exploration of Scotland today. One of the most picturesque regions of Scotland is the Isle of Skye. If you drive to Mallaig you can take the ferry over and enjoy the day there. Discover the south of the Island before heading back to the mainland.

    Day 5. Scottish Bed & Breakfast,Scotland

    Travel south to Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park to see natural beauty and the largest inland stretch of water in Britain. Then continue to Stirling Castle which sits high upon a volcanic crag. Stirling Castle is a great symbol of Scottish independence & a source of national pride.

    Day 6. Scottish Bed & Breakfast,Edinburgh

    You’ll be flying out of Edinburgh tomorrow, so we recommend choosing a property close by.

    Day 7. Depart Scotland,Edinburgh

    Depart from Edinburgh Airport for your journey home today.

    Scotland B&B’s & Small Hotels

    These Scotland B&Bs and Small Hotels give you the chance to stay in some of the most charming independently owned B&Bs and quintessentially British small hotels and inns in some of the most picturesque locations in Scotland – so you feel like you’re staying in a special home away from home.

    Price shown are estimated prices from JFK, prices will vary depending on season and & departure city. Prices are per person. If traveler is under 13 please call in reservation. Subject to availability

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