Our fantastic Hebridean coach holiday provides plenty to capture the imagination. From the mountains of Mull to the spiritual heritage of Iona we will enjoy stunning scenery and captivating excursions. We enjoy a scenic drive on a section of the beautiful ‘Road to the Isles’ to Mallaig, where we sail to Armadale on the Isle of Skye.
Local departure points.
Isle of Mull Hotel
Situated on the crescent of Craignure, our hotel boasts stunning views over the Morvern Peninsula and the west coast. Bedrooms are elegantly furnished and offer full amenities including hair dryers and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel offers an indoor swimming pool and the Observatory Lounge, an ideal spot to relax and unwind.
King Arms Hotel
Situated in a pretty village with panoramic views to the mainland, our hotel is an ideal base to explore the Isle. One of the oldest hotels on Skye, it boasts a range of modern comforts, but retains some traditional features.
We leave from our local departure points and travel north to Oban, the main gateway to many of the Hebridean Islands, and sail to Craignure on the Isle of Mull. A short drive takes us to Duart Castle, spectacularly set on a cliff top overlooking the Sound of Mull, for an included visit prior to checking in at our hotel for a two-night stay. Isle of Mull Hotel.
The Isle of Mull offers a perfect escape to beauty, tranquillity and wilderness and after a hearty breakfast, we drive to Fionnphort, where we board the foot passenger ferry for the Holy Island of Iona. Iona has a long and illustrious history and is well known as ‘The Cradle of Christianity’ in Scotland, the burial place of 48 ancient Scottish kings and the abbey, originally founded by St. Columba. We return to our hotel, following the scenic coastal route showcasing the grace and beauty of the rugged Hebrides with its magnificent wildlife.
This morning we take the ferry to Lochaline and enjoy a scenic drive on a section of the beautiful ‘Road to the Isles’ to Mallaig, where we sail to Armadale on the Isle of Skye. A short drive takes us north to Kyleakin and our hotel for two nights. The Kings Arms.
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 visit the island’s main town, Portree.
We re-join the mainland and more spectacular scenery awaits as we drive south via Fort William and Glencoe, enjoying some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery. We return home after a memorable holiday.
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