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Classic Scottish Golf Tour - 4 Nights
Travel on The Royal Scotsman and experience some of Scotland's finest golf courses, it is the ultimate golf vacation.
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Perth, Kyle of Lochalsh, Aberdeen, Dundee and the Firth of Forth ● Golf at Royal Dornoch Golf Club, Castle Stuart Golf Links and Cruden Bay Golf Club ● Optional tours include Dunrobin Castle, Dalmore Distillery, Ballindalloch Castle, Pitmedden Gardens and Fyvie Castle ● Visit Strathisla Distillery.
Prices are per person and include all table d'hôte meals, all alcoholic and other beverages, all sightseeing excursions as shown in the itinerary and accommodation on board based on two people sharing a twin compartment or one person in a single.
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Departing Edinburgh in the early afternoon, journey west past Stirling and Gleneagles resort to the ‘Fair City’ of Perth. Enjoy afternoon tea as you travel on the Highland line to Druimuachdar. Dinner is served on the move as you journey north, passing Kingussie and Aviemore in the Cairngorms National Park and Inverness, before arriving in Ardgay for the night.
After breakfast, travel north-east to Tain, where golfers disembark to play Royal Dornoch Golf Club, the most northerly of the UK’s championship courses, on the shores of Dornoch Firth. Non-golfers can enjoy a private tour of Dunrobin Castle, followed by a trip to Dalmore Distillery. All guests rejoin the train in Tain for dinner followed by entertainment in the Observation car as you travel south-east to Kyle of Lochalsh.
Depart early from Kyle as the train retraces its route to Inverness. Golfers disembark to play the new Castle Stuart Golf Links, host venue for the Scottish Open 2011-2013, with panoramic views across the Moray Firth. Non-golfers alight in Elgin for a visit to Johnston’s Cashmere Centre, followed by a scenic drive to Ballindalloch Castle. In the afternoon, all guests return to the train in Keith, with the opportunity to visit Strathisla Distillery before dinner on board followed by entertainment in the Observation car.
Breakfast is served as the train travels south-east to Aberdeen. Disembark to play the championship course at Cruden Bay Golf Club. Opened in 1899, it is a magnificent testimony to the quality of links golf in the north of Scotland. Non-golfers can enjoy a private tour of Pitmedden Gardens followed by a visit to the 13th century Fyvie Castle after lunch. All guests rejoin the train in Aberdeen before travelling south, through Montrose and Arbroath, to Dundee for overnight stabling. Retire to the Observation Car after dinner for the evening’s entertainment.
Depart Dundee in the morning and travel south through the Kingdom of Fife, crossing the Firth of Forth by the Forth Railway Bridge, one of the greatest achievements of the Victorian Age. Arrive in Edinburgh mid-morning, where your journey ends.
Golf includes lunch with house wine at the golf clubs. Additional beverages are at guests own expense.
Green fees and pull cart hire is included in the journey rate.
Golf club hire and caddy fees are an additional cost, payable locally.
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