Skip to content Display Search Bar Call: (800) 543-0865 Menu
Call: (800) 543-0865 or your Travel Agent
EUROPE | Edinburgh, Inverness and The Highlands | 8 Days / 7 Nights


Loch an Eilein Castle sits on an island in Loch an Eilein A little boy tries his hand at archery while a teacher and his father watch Hills line the shores of Loch Ness on a cloudy day A family of 5 with girls in their early teens walks alongside the wall of an ancient Scottish ruin 4 Adventurers paddle 2 canoes past Urquhart Castle on Loch Ness Several Highland “coo” cows stand in a field The majestic Floors Castle sits perched atop a grassy plateau
Loch an Eilein Castle sits on an island in Loch an Eilein
Previous Photo Next Photo
Discover the majesty of Loch an Eilein Castle nestled among the beauty of Cairngorms National Park.
Call us at (800) 543-0865^ or contact your Travel Agent.

Roam the rugged Highlands, boat across Loch Ness and explore ancient castles, all with Scotland's lush landscape providing a magical backdrop to your adventure.

  • DAY:
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
  • 6
  • 7
  • 8

Kelso, Scottish Borders

Meal(s) Included: Breakfast and Lunch

Accommodations: Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh – The Caledonian

The majestic Floors Castle sits perched atop a grassy plateau as a hot air balloon hovers nearby

The Scottish Borders

Fuel up on breakfast at the hotel before your visit to the Scottish Borders where you'll spend the day at the stunning Floors Castle.

Coffee and Tea Reception at Floors Castle

Start your day with a delightful reception where you'll enjoy the exclusive experience of being served tea and cookies by the Private Butler of the Duke and Duchess of Roxburghe, who call Floors Castle their home.

Floors Castle and Gardens Tour

Experience a day surrounded by all things royal as Adventurers embark on a privately guided tour of Floors Castle—the largest inhabited country house in Scotland—and its stunning gardens. View the Duke and Duchess' amazing art collection as you walk through the grand rooms and hallways that fill the castle. Then, walk the spectacular Walled Garden, site of the formal Millennium Garden and visit Queens' House, a charming summerhouse named after Queen Victoria, who stayed there in 1867.

Junior Adventurers can enjoy the outdoor area with their Adventure Guides.

Private Lunch and Exclusive Shortbread-making Lesson

Join your fellow Adventurers at the Castle's Courtyard Café for a private lunch and an exclusive shortbread-making lesson taught by the Private Chef of the Duke and Duchess, where you can try your hand at creating one of these buttery treats!

Falconry Experience at Floors Castle

Take part in this centuries-old sport that is truly an art form. Expert falconers will show you the finesse, subtlety and skill that is required, as well as give insight into these graceful and elegant birds of prey.

Edinburgh and Evening On Your Own

Enjoy an evening of exploration around Scotland's capital, from its medieval Old Town to the elegant Georgian New Town.

You can also dine in one of the fantastic restaurants that abound in the city. Ask your Adventure Guide for a dinner recommendation that will satisfy your entire clan.