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Fort William & The Highlands Railway

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The Caledonian Hotel, Fort William
Fort William
Oban
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Fort William & The Highlands Railway

Enjoy the beauty of the Scottish Highlands with the assurance of welcoming hotel accommodation, beautifully located overlooking Loch Linnhe, together with great entertainment and a special journey on the famous Highlands Railway.

• Coach travel throughout
• Reserved seating throughout your break
• Four nights’ dinner, bed & breakfast at the Caledonian Hotel, Fort William
• All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
• Evening entertainment
• Inclusive rail journey on the Highlands Railway travelling through the beautiful scenery to Mallaig, together with a panoramic tour by coach along the “Road to the Isles”
• Inclusive excursion along the banks of Loch Linnhe to delightful Oban.

The Caledonian Hotel, Fort William

The wooded hills and mountains beyond form a lovely backdrop to the Caledonian Hotel. One of our most perfectly placed hotels just yards from the shores of shimmering Loch Linnhe and within easy reach of the Highlands and Islands, the hotel provides entertainment most evenings and a warm Scottish welcome.

Hotel Features: All bedrooms with en-suite facilities, television, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities • Bar • Lounge for your relaxation • Restaurant • Evening entertainment programme.

Fort William

Set in a beautiful location at the foot of Ben Nevis, Britain’s largest mountain, and overlooking the tranquil Loch Linnhe, the bustling resort of Fort William is the perfect place to visit on a coach trip to enjoy Scotland’s stunning scenery.

Embrace the wonderful fresh air as you discover the region’s mountains, coastline, lochs and glens. One of the largest towns south of Inverness, Fort William offers a host of possibilities for the coach break visitor.

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Oban

Known as the “Gateway to the Isles”, Oban on the North West Coast of Scotland has been a popular visitor destination since Victorian times, due to its sweeping bay, pretty harbour, and amazing scenic views.

Oban and neighbouring Lorn have a long and interesting history which began in the Dark Ages with kings and chiefs building castles and forts along the coast. In 500AD a powerful Irish Lord named Loairn established his Kingdom just outside Oban at Dunollie and gave his name to the district.

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UK Holiday Insurance

At National Holidays, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.

To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:

• All ages are considered

• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance

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