Rob Roy Hotel| Half-Board | 5 days | 05/10/2015 | The charming village of Aberfoyle lies on the banks of the River Forth and is known as one of the most beautiful places in Europe. This popular holiday destination may only be a small village but it is one of the most important gateways to the Trossachs. It offers something for everyone, especially those who love old mysterious stories and wise tales. Aberfoyle is in a tranquil setting at the southern gateway to the Trossachs, it is also close to the shimmering waters of Loch Lomond. Sir Walter Scott was enthusiastic about the area transforming the village into a popular tourist centre. It also provides a perfect base to discover the lochs and waterways of central Scotland, the beautiful Trossachs region and Stirling or Edinburgh, Scotland's vibrant capital. Interesting facts: Sir Walter Scott was a frequent visitor to Aberfoyle. There are 22 larger lochs, with numerous smaller lochs and lochans. Things to do: Travel the longest zip wire in the UK at the David Marshall Lodge Visitor Centre in Aberfoyle! From Aberfoyle, enjoy some of the most spectacular walks you could come across in Scotland, including forest paths, hill top viewing points and beautiful lakes with sculptures.
The Rob Roy Hotel is wonderfully situated in idyllic countryside at the gateway to the glorious Trossachs and is set within Scotland’s first National Park. Named after the legendary local folk hero Rob Roy McGregor,The Rob Roy offers excellent food friendly staff, and good old fashioned value for money.
Excursion to Crieff, Loch Earn and Stirling: Crieff is a market town that has recently developed into a ‘hub for tourism’ showcasing its whisky and cattle droving history. Loch Earn is a beautiful and interesting place which has its own tidal system that can be observed. Other fresh water bodies that experience this are Europe’s magnificent Lake Garda and Lake Geneva. After we move on to Stirling, it was granted city status in 2002 making Stirling one of Scotland’s newest cities but also one of its most historic that offers ample shopping and tourist attractions. Traditionally considered the heart of Scotland where many battles took place, there is a lot of heritage waiting to be discovered. Scotland in Miniature Excursion - The Trossachs and Loch Lomond: The Trossachs is one of Scotland's best-known and most scenic regions, often referred to as 'Scotland in miniature'. Within a few miles you can find towering peaks and deep wooded glens, as well as babbling streams and rivers which run into magnificent lochs. Loch Lomond is renowned for its beauty and tranquillity, with its 38 islands, offering stunning views around every corner.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION OUR PRICES Prices are per person based on 2 adults sharing; Single room supplements apply: £15. For the latest prices and offers visit us in store, online or call our travel experts. HOLIDAYS INCLUDE Return coach travel; hotel accommodation; entertainment as described; meals and drinks as selected; excursions and inclusions as selected