Royal Scotsman A Belmond Train
A moment in space, in time where it’s just the two of you without an utter care as you travel the world. Leave the planning to us and let us take care of the nitty gritty details so that you can focus on each other and enjoy your escape even more.
Step aboard Royal Scotsman, for Scottish train tours filled with shimmering lochs and gourmet delights in the heart of the Highlands. Ranking among the world’s most luxurious trains, its mahogany-clad cars marry Edwardian elegance with the comforts of a country house. Ten intricately designed carriages, including the sublime Bamford Spa, form a palace on wheels.


Day 1: Edinburgh  -- Dinner

The Train Departs Edinburgh in the afternoon, heading west past Loch Lomond and the great wilderness of Rannoch Moor. Take time to settle into your cabin and savour the views as we make our way to Spean Bridge for the night. As evening sets in, enjoy a splendid informal dinner and entertainment in the Observation Car.

Day 2: Glenfinnan  -- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

This morning the train continues west, sweeping past Britain’s highest mountain en-route. Look out for the majestic Ben Nevis from the Observation Car. Disembark the train along the silver sands of Morar. Marvel at soft white beaches and breathtaking views of the Cuillin mountain range. Lunch is served as the train travels back to Fort William crossing over the iconic Glenfinnan Viaduct. This afternoon presents two choices. Join our Highlander to explore Glenfinnan and discover the history of Bonnie Prince Charlie’s rebellion. Alternatively accompany our mountain guides for a hike through stunning Glen Nevis to the Steall Waterfall. Indulge in an informal dinner followed by an evening of spirited Scottish music in the Observation car.

Day 3: Oban  -- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Today you will arrive in Oban, the gateway to the Western Isles. Breakfast will be followed by an exclusive visit to the Oban Distillery, producer of one of the world’s finest single malts. Afterwards, we cross to the Isle of Mull to visit the iconic 13th century Duart Castle, historic seat of the Clan Maclean. Return to the Royal Scotsman, and prepare for tonight’s fabulous formal dinner as the train heads back east towards Kilmarnock.

Day 4: Wemyss Bay  -- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Travel South this morning to Wemyss Bay on the Firth of Clyde and board the ferry for the short sail to the Isle of Bute. Spend and intriguing afternoon at Mount Stuart House, one of Britain’s most astonishing Victorian Gothic houses. Return to the train for your final dinner aboard, a formal affair and gastronomic treat. Then make your way to the Observation Car for a musical farewell.

Day 6: Edinburgh  -- Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Enjoy a leisurely breakfast as the train makes its way back to Edinburgh

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