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Scotland's Top Sights in New 7-Night Luxury Vacation






Sceptre Tours Packages Scotland's Top Sights

in New 7-Night Luxury Vacation



Rockville Centre, NY (June 4, 2013) — Travelers who want to immerse themselves in the beauty of Scotland will be attracted to Sceptre Tours' new "Scotland Classics" 7-night vacation which includes stays in Edinburgh, Pitlochry, Inverness, and Loch Lomond.


Known for its ability to package top-quality hotel accommodations with airfare, ground transportation, expert destination knowledge, and reliable customer service, Sceptre Tours' new Scotland Classics package is a great option for those who want an introduction to the country.


The first two nights will be spent at one of the finest hotels in Scotland, The George Hotel in Edinburgh. Wandering through the medieval streets, travelers will soon come to know Edinburgh a picturesque city full of castles and culture. While there, guests can opt to enjoy an award-winning meal at the Tempus Restaurant, one of the top restaurants in town.

On the third day, travelers will journey to lovely Pitlochry, staying one night at the beautiful Atholl Palace. This 4-star hotel is breathtaking with Victorian splendor and enjoys sweeping views of the Scottish Highland mountains. Activities include the opportunity to enjoy garden and woodland walks, golfing, salmon fishing, or partaking in an adventurous 'Highland Safari' viewing the wildlife and beauty of the region.

And then it is time to journey to Inverness, spending the next two nights at Kingsmill Hotel, set within four acres of manicured grounds. The hotel is also near to Loch Ness, Culloden, and Cairngorms for day excursions, perhaps some dolphin or seal watching, or perhaps a chance to see if the legend of the Loch Ness Monster is still alive and well.

The final two nights are spent in lovely Loch Lomond at Cameron House. While staying at the Cameron House participants receive first-class treatment and can opt to enjoy fine dining, golf, spa treatments, or perhaps a Loch cruise.

This vacation package also includes The Scottish Heritage Pass which provides free access to over 120 top historic attractions all over Scotland including Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle, Falkland Palace, and many more.


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