Return coach travel
4 nights dinner, bed & breakfast Christmas Day Lunch & buffet dinner
Live entertainment at the hotel
Tea/coffee & festive cream tea on Christmas Eve
Mulled wine and mince pies at midnight on Christmas Eve
Carol singing with staff
Visit from Father Christmas
Excursion to Perth
Scenic drive along Glenfarg Road and through Blair Athol, Killiecrankie and around Loch Tummel
Stop at the Queen’s View
Option to go to Midnight Mass at the local church (coach travel is not provided)
*Please note: package is subject to change at hotel mamangement's discretion. Shouls any chnages be made, the overall quality of the package will not be affected.
DURING YOUR STAY
Day 1 – Sit back, relax and enjoy a leisurely journey to our gorgeous hotel in the pretty town of Pitlochry.
Day 2 – After breakfast we will take a scenic drive along Glenfarg Road as we travel to the historic city of Perth, where we will spend the remainder of our afternoon. Set beside the beautiful River Tay, Perth offers a fantastic selection of independent shops offering a wide range of unique, quirky and high‐quality products that you wouldn’t find anywhere else! Back at the hotel we will enjoy tea/coffee and a festive Cream Tea and later this evening you will have the opportunity to attend Midnight Mass at the local church*. (*Passengers are advised to make their own way to the church).
Day 3 – Celebrate Christmas Day surrounded by the stunning scenery of Highland Perthshire in our traditional hotel. After breakfast enjoy the wonderful festivities of the day; including a visit from Father Christmas (if you’ve been good). Later, feast on a traditional Christmas Day lunch and laugh late into the evening with another night of live entertainment and carol singing with the staff all in the comfort of the hotel.
Day 4 – Forget the crowded sales this Boxing Day, instead we enjoy a scenic drive through picturesque villages, sparkling rivers and stunning highlight scenery. Today we will see Blair Atholl, a charming village home to the impressive Blair Castle; The Pass of Killiecrankie, a magnificent wooded gorge with the River Garry flowing along its base. We end our scenic adventure with a visit to the celebrated vista of the Queen’s View, which overlooks Loch Tummel and is said to have been named after Queen Victoria following her visit to the area in 1866. Dinner this evening is followed by entertainment.
Day 5 – We wave goodbye to our hosts and return home.