As we move into autumn, the Scottish scenery seems to burst with colour. And there’s no better way to see it than on a luxury coach trip.
Whyte’s Coach Tours has two great trips coming up that take in some of the best of Scotland. Make sure you don’t miss out!
Located on the north coast of Caithness, Thurso is mainland Scotland’s most northerly town. The old part of the town is a great place to explore with its ruins of Old St Peter’s Church and ancient streets that are lined with impressive buildings and individual retailers.
The excursions will take you through some of the areas spectacular scenery to the town of Wick, famous in the 19th century for the “silver darlings” – better known as herring.
Today the harbour remains busy, while the town retains much of its Viking history. The tour will travel to John o’ Groats, with its craft shops and stunning views across to the Islands and Canisby Kirk.
The tour will also visit the Castle of Mey, once the property of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.
Included in the trip: Luxury coach travel, morning coffee on the first day, three nights’ DBB at the Royal Hotel in Thurso, programme of excursions, entrance to the Castle of Mey.
The trip leaves Aberdeen at 8.25am on Saturday, September 28 and prices are from £295.
Discover the magical beauty of one of Scotland’s most scenic areas as this tour visits The Trossachs National Park & Loch Lomond.
Aberfoyle is the perfect location from which to explore the Trossachs, Loch Lomond and Stirling with its commanding castle.
Included in the trip: Luxury coach travel, morning coffee on the first day, four nights’ DBB at the Rob Roy Hotel in Aberfoyle, excursion to Stirling (including admission to Stirling Castle), an excursion to Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, a glass of wine every night with dinner, three drinks vouchers per day, two nights of entertainment in the hotel.
This trip leaves Aberdeen at 8.25am on Monday, November 4, with prices from £310.