Our fantastic Hebridean Adventure tour combines a full day excursion around Skye with touring on the Isles of Harris and Lewis. Also highlighted during this tour is travel via Fort William along the ‘Road to the Isles’. A true island and mountain spectacular tour.
Local departure points.
The Dunollie Hotel
Our hotel is set by the serene waterside of Broadfoot Bay, at the foot of the mountains leading to the famous Cuillin Hills. Our hotel offers lovely views over the bay, full Scottish breakfasts and tempting evening meals.
The Cabarfeidh Hotel
The comfortable three-star hotel is set in its own gardens and overlooks historic Lews Castle. Well-appointed bedrooms and a warm welcome make for a relaxing stay.
From local departure points we travel north towards Fort William before following the ‘Road to the Isles’ bound for Mallaig. This beautiful scenic route takes in some of the best views from sandy beaches to dramatic green woodland and heather moors. We board the late afternoon ferry to Skye for two nights. Dunollie Hotel.
Known for its rugged landscapes, sweeping moors, picturesque fishing villages and medieval castles, Skye is a wonderful island to explore and we tour the island, travelling via the jagged peaks of the Cuillin Hills to Dunvegan castle, where entrances are included to the seat of the MacLeod of MacLeod , chief of the clan MacLeod. Built in the thirteenth century, the castle was remodelled in mock-medieval style in the nineteenth century and is built on an elevated rock overlooking an inlet on the eastern shore of Loch Dunvegan. We continue to the island’s main town, Portree, before returning to our hotel for the night.
We catch the early morning ferry to the Isle of Harris and enjoy some of the most breathtakingly beautiful scenery in the Western Isles. We discover a dramatic island landscape with unspoilt beaches, gaelic culture and historic traditions and attractions. We travel to the mountainous north, before arrival in Stornoway for two nights. Cabarfeidh Hotel.
Harris and Lewis boast the fascinating Callanish standing stones and we marvel at this ancient site in the company of a local guide, who will provide a fascinating insight into the history, wildlife and island attractions. We visit the mysterious structure of Carloway Borch, one of Scotland’s best- preserved defensive structures dating back two thousand years and travel to Gearrannan Blackhouse village to admire traditional croft dwellings.
A relaxing morning in Stornoway, before catching the ferry to Ullapool. We travel south to Inverness to our overnight hotel. Best Western Inverness Palace.
More stunning scenery awaits as we head home after a memorable holiday.
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