Scotland: A Grand Tour of the Outer Hebrides (S-B)14th May 2024
Our extended tour of the Hebrides has proved extremely popular, offering as it does a unique opportunity to travel the length and breadth of the Western Isles. Our Grand tour takes in all the beauty and diversity of this very special environment with nine different islands and four ferry trips included. Two comfortable hotels ensure that this holiday in the Outer Hebrides is as relaxing as possible, while at the same time offering great variety and the sense of a true journey of discovery which will live long in the memory.
NC500: Please note that this itinerary features part of the North Coast 500, the highly scenic coastal route around the north of Scotland which begins and ends in Inverness.
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What to Expect
- The unique airport at Cockleshell Beach
- 5,000-year-old standing stones
- The tranquil location of the Norse Mill at Shawbost
- Four scenic ferry crossings
|To be advised
|Glasgow - bus stop on North Hanover Street, opposite Queens Street Station
|Edinburgh - outside reception of the Delta by Marriott Hotel, Glasgow Road
|Dunfermline - Halbeath Park & Ride, Jct 3, M90
|Kinross - Moto Services on M90
|Dundee - outside Discovery Point, Riverside Drive (subject to minimum numbers)
|Perth - Broxden Park & Ride, A93
|Inverness - outside the Leonardo Hotel (formerly Jurys Inn), Milburn Road (OUTBOUND ONLY - No return to Inverness)
** Please note that all timings are approximate and subject to change. Final timings and pick-up points will be confirmed with your joining instructions approximately 10 days prior to departure. **
Day by Day Itinerary
We depart from our designated pick-up points and head north, stopping en-route for refreshments. We will continue to Ullapool in time to catch the early evening Caledonian MacBrayne ferry to Stornoway, which takes approximately 2 hours and 30 minutes. Dinner will be served on board. On arrival in Lewis we will transfer the short distance to our comfortable accommodation at the Cabarfeidh Hotel.