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For 2015 we have introduced more themed tours to Scotland. Our breaks in the Winnock Hotel include all-inclusive packages, gardening tours and the Scotland v Ireland 6-nations rugby match. We have a coach tour taking in three of Scotland's most celebrated train journey's and celebrate Burn's night in Gretna. There is an journey back in time to Scotland's historic centre and whisky tasting in the Highland's. The Cairngorm's are well covered and we return to the Outer Hebrides.

Carrbridge nestles in the very heart of the Scottish Highlands, surrounded by beautiful mountain and moorland scenery.

Let us take you away from the rigour and hassles of Easter by enjoying this five-day break to Dunoon.

Each summer, the imposing Castle provides a spectacular backdrop as the world-famous Edinburgh Royal Military.

Fort William is the second largest town in the area and the perfect base to explore the stunning scenery of the West Highlands.

The north of Scotland is blessed with some wonderfully scenic railway lines.

Gretna, home of clandestine marriages, is easily accessible from Northern Ireland and is an ideal location for this Bargain Break.

On this tour we explore the south-east of Scotland where you can fall under the spell of the beauty and enthralling history of the Scottish Borders.

The Highlands of Scotland not only offer an amazing landscape but they produce a great many variations of Scotch whisky

This tour follows in the footsteps of Scotland’s greatest heroes and explores its historic past.

All Inclusive long weekend breaks by Loch Lomond.

Drymen, just north of Glasgow at the foot of Loch Lomond, where the 'high road meets the low road'.

A Turkey & Tinsel Tour at the 3* Winnock Hotel, this popular tour includes a visit to Edinburgh Christmas Market.

Thirty miles off the northwest coast of Scotland lies a beautiful set of 200 idyllic islands known as the Outer Hebrides.

One of the most popular events in the UK since 1822.

The town of Dunoon provides the perfect base to discover the beautiful scenery around the Cowal Peninsula and the Argyll Highlands.