Edinburgh, The Jacobite and The Isle of Skye
Travel & Accommodation
Map & Itinerary
- Six nights in premium accommodation
- 2 nights aboard the Caledonian Sleeper Train
- Services of a Great Rail Journeys Tour Escort and expert local guides
- 13 meals - 8 breakfasts and 5 dinners
- Enjoy a scenic rail journey on the West Highland Line
- Learn more about the history of Armadale Castle on a guided tour and enjoy afternoon tea
- Ride the famous Jacobite Steam Train
- Visit Achnacarry and tour the Clan Cameron Museum
Map & Itinerary
- Itinerary and hotels may be subject to change
- Itinerary operated by Travelmarvel’s partner Great Rail Journeys
- Airport transfers and tipping included
- Prices are for land/rail only. Flights not included
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Arrive London, Caledonian Sleeper
This evening, meet your Great Rail Journeys Tour Escort at London Euston Station, where you board the Caledonian Sleeper to begin the journey to Edinburgh.
Stay: Caledonian Sleeper Train
Your train arrives in Edinburgh today, where the day is yours to spend at leisure. Enjoy dinner at your hotel this evening.
Stay: Two Nights, Edinburgh, Hotel Du VinDaily :
After breakfast, spend the morning at leisure, exploring more of this beautiful city. Perhaps visit Edinburgh Castle and discover its rich history, or take a walk up to Arthur’s Seat, which boasts incredible views over the city. This afternoon, enjoy a guided underground tour of Edinburgh at the Real Mary King’s Close, an alleyway shrouded in mystery that is known as the birthplace of various legends and ghost stories. The rest of the evening is yours to spend as you wish, giving you the chance to discover Edinburgh by night. Perhaps go for a wander along the lively Royal Mile, or find a traditional Scottish pub and enjoy some local fare.Daily :
West Highland Line, Spean Bridge
From Glasgow, board the iconic West Highland Line bound for Spean Bridge, a railway journey that is regularly voted one of the best of its kind in the world.
Leaving Edinburgh today, transfer to the station for the journey across Scotland to Glasgow. Enjoy the passing views of rolling hills and moorlands as your train makes its way through the picturesque countryside to join your Insider Experience. On arrival at Spean Bridge, transfer to your hotel in time for dinner this evening. After dinner, enjoy a whisky tasting and talk, with the chance to sample Scotland’s much-loved national drink and biggest export.
Stay: Two Nights, Fort William area, Glenspean Lodge HotelDaily :
Achnacarry, Fort William
Delve deeper into the history of Scotland today, starting in Achnacarry for a Clan Heritage tour and talk at the Clan Cameron Museum. Learn about the history of the clan, dating back to the 14th century. Continue on to Fort William where you will have some free time for lunch. Afterwards, visit the fascinating West Highland Museum before returning to your hotel for dinner.Daily :
Isle of Skye
Learn more about the castle’s history on a guided tour, admiring its many towers and parapets, then enjoy a delightful afternoon tea.
This morning, travel across the Skye Bridge to the Isle of Skye, stopping at Eilean Donan Castle along the way. You’ll have the opportunity to pause for photos and explore the Visitor Centre. Continue to Armadale Castle for a guided tour this afternoon. The castle was built during the 18th and 19th centuries as the home of Clan Donald, but fell into ruin in 1925. Its remains are now draped in ivy, and is exactly how you’d expect a medieval fortress to look. Return to the mainland by ferry then head to Glencoe and enjoy dinner at your hotel this evening.
Stay: Two Nights, Glencoe, Kingshouse HotelDaily :
Jacobite Steam Train
Ride the famous Jacobite Steam Train.
Departing from Fort William, join the Jacobite Steam Train for a journey to Mallaig on the final leg of the West Highland Line. Your train will steam past Ben Nevis before climbing into the mountains around Glenfinnan, a town famous as the rallying point for Bonnie Prince Charlie’s assault on the British throne. At Glenfinnan, reach the line’s most picturesque section and one of Britain’s most iconic engineering works - the 21-arched Glenfinnan Viaduct. As you head towards Mallaig, the train drops down to the sea’s edge and the landscape opens up with the first views of the rugged ‘Small Isles’ - Rum, Eigg and Muck - which hang close offshore and tease in and out of view as the journey comes to an end. Enjoy free time in Mallaig before returning to your hotel later tonight.Daily :
Glencoe, Fort William, Caledonian Sleeper
After a leisurely morning, head to the Glencoe Visitor Centre where you have time to take in one of Scotland’s most iconic glens. Afterwards, continue to Fort William where you’ll board the Caledonian Sleeper for the return journey back to London.
Stay: Caledonian Sleeper TrainDaily :
Your journey comes to an end this morning as your train arrives in to London Euston Station. Be transferred to the airport for your onward flight home.Daily :
Everything was wonderful. There were great sight seeing trips and the guides were very knowledgeable.