A seabound kingdom with many stories to tell, the Isle of Man’s history is said to have started from Ireland when Finn McCool threw a chunk of land at Scotland. Whilst it must have been quite some throw, considering the island’s 33 mile length, the giant’s punt fell short, creating an idyllic retreat that truly has something for everyone.
Burns Night is the celebration of the Scottish poet, Robbie Burns, and where better to spend it than in Scotland. Journey back in time and enjoy a Wee Dram with friends whilst listening to a piper perform ‘Address to the Haggis’ a poem written by Robbie Burns in celebration of haggis. Visit proudstanding castles, heritage-rich cities and rugged Scottish sceneries as we spend a week gallivanting alongside the River Tay.
Discover Scotland in style as steam delivers the locomotive experience of a lifetime. Relax as the rhythm of the railway whistles through the highlands, coursing carriages along 3 premier routes through picturesque surroundings and unspoilt countryside. Enjoy the romance of Victorian travel, the triumph of engineering and feats of endurance that moved mountains to make such journeys possible.
Discover Scotland in style as steam delivers the locomotive experience of a lifetime from the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. In 1837, few railway lines had been opened in Scotland and these mainly transported raw materials between Edinburgh, Dundee, and Glasgow. By the turn of the 20th Century, Scotland’s rail network neared completion, linking major towns and small villages throughout the Highlands. Now you can relax as the rhythm of the railway whistles through stunning landscapes....
Scotland is bustling with charm and structural landmarks, both new and old. Experience beauty by both land and loch as we venture through the Trossachs of Scotland to board the world’s oldest steamship, soak in the Forth Bridge Cruise and become awe-inspired by the Inveraray Castle.
With more trees than you could shake a stick at, Scotland’s landscape represents one of Europe’s last remaining wildernesses. Whilst natural elements have sculpted the nations topography, heaving mountains towards louds and sinking lochs into valley hollows.
It’s not a mystery that Scotland features some of the most stunning sceneries that can be found throughout the UK. Relax and unwind as we enjoy a ferry towards The Isle of Mull, excursions to Duart Castle, free time in Oban and Fort William and much more…