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Perth, Scone Palace & Afternoon Tea on Loch Katrine

Destination: PerthshireOperator: Roberts Travel Group Terms
Departs: 01/07/2024Type: Sight Seeing
Duration: 5 daysQuality: Good * * *
Departs Via: All AreasBoard: Half Board
Tour Code: S50386Transport: Door to Door / Coach Pickup
Adults £699.00
Deposit Per Person £35.00
* Children: Not allowed
* Babies: Not allowed
18 rooms are available.
Cutoff Date: 17/06/2024
This tour is a classic collection of all that is Perthshire and is certainly one not to be missed.
Known for its outstanding scenery, Perthshire also has Scotland's longest river, the Tay, and also what is believed to be the oldest tree in Britain, the Fortingall Yew.
Monday: We depart the Travel Centre this morning and make our way north, making adequate comfort stops en route, before arriving back in Perth late afternoon.

Tuesday: Today, we begin with a visit to Aberfeldy, Scotland’s first FairTrade town, before continuing pass Taymouth Castle at Kenmore village on the shores of glorious Loch Tay. We journey along the side of the loch, arriving in Killin where we take in the spectacular ‘Falls of Dochart’. Our final visit of the day is to the market town of Crieff.

Wednesday: We follow in the footsteps of countless kings this morning as we visit Scone Palace. Here we explore the unique collections at our own pace with guides in each room to answer questions before stepping outside where over 100 acres of fabulous Perthshire grounds are waiting to be discovered. In the afternoon, we head back to Perth for a guided tour of the Black Watch Museum, housed in the dramatic Balhousie Castle, our guide will bring to life the fascinating story of Scotland’s oldest Highland regiment.

Thursday: This morning we visit the Bannockburn Visitor Centre Experience for a guided tour. We discover how in 1314 the tactics of the opposing kings changed the path of Scotland’s history forever. From here we travel to the wonderful Trossachs and Loch Katrine, another picture perfect location whose beauty has long inspired literary figures such as Sir Walter Scott, to enjoy a relaxing scenic cruise followed by an afternoon tea.

Friday: This morning we bid a fond farewell to Perth as we make our way back south, making adequate comforts stops en route, before arriving back at the Travel Centre late afternoon.
Venue Information
The Salutation Hotel
Situated in the heart of historic Perth, this hotel is reputed to be one of the oldest hotels in Scotland. Its city centre location is perfect for accessing the shops, cafes and the river, which are all just outside of the hotel.
All 84 bedrooms are en suite with tea/coffee making facilities, a television and telephone. All rooms are traditional in style, there is a cosy, but spacious pub style bar and the restaurant is light and airy with a view onto the main street.
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Pick-Up Points
.Door To Door Service
DE11 DE12 DE13 DE14 DE73 LE6 LE9 LE10 LE11 LE65 LE67
.Hugglescote Roberts Travel Group Depot Map
.Leicester St Margaret's Bus Station Map
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