Set in Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, Rob Roy Hotel features excellent food and friendly staff, in Aberfoyle. There is free Wi-Fi and free private parking.
Rob Roy Hotel offers en suite bedrooms with TVs and tea/coffee facilities. A full Scottish breakfast is provided. The picturesque village of Aberfoyle is just 1 mile from Rob Roy Hotel. The Rob Roy is an ideal base for exploring the Trossachs, Perthshire and the Highlands. Loch Lomond is within easy reach.
Day One – You will be collected from your agreed pick up point and taken, with suitable stops en-route, to the warm welcome of the Rob Roy Hotel in Aberfoyle, the base for our 5-night stay.
Day Two – Today we head to Stirling where you may wish to visit the castle or the Wallace Monument or perhaps the Museum of the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders. We then head to Callander – home of Dr Finlay’s Casebook. We will return to the hotel in time for the evening meal.
Day Three – Today we visit The Falkirk Wheel. The Wheel is the world’s only rotating boat lift, which is used to connect the Forth & Clyde and Union canals in central Scotland. The Falkirk Wheel is a magnificent, mechanical marvel which has been constructed to 21st century, state-of-the-art engineering. It is already being recognised as an iconic landmark worthy of Scotland’s traditional engineering expertise, and today you get to not only see it but travel in it.
Day Four – After breakfast today we set off for Scotland’s capital city Edinburgh. Here you may wish to visit the National Scottish Museum which is superb or take a stroll down Princes Street with its wealth of shops of all kinds. We will return to the hotel in time for dinner.
Day Five – Today we offer you first a scenic drive down the side of Loch Earn to Crieff Visitor Centre. Here great food, fantastic gifts, viewing area for the Caithness Glass Factory and a Garden Centre packed with great ideas and plants for the garden as well as the Drovers exhibition all await you. Afterwards, we will take you to the fair city of Perth where you may wish to visit the North Port and Curfew Row. The Fair Maids House in Curfew Row is the oldest surviving house in Perth and is of course fancifully linked to Catherine Glover, the heroine of Sir Walter Scott’s novel The Fair Maid of Perth.
Day Six – Sadly today we must leave the lovely people at the Rob Roy and the beautiful scenery of the Trossachs behind as we make our way back to home and your original boarding points.
• Pets are allowed on request. Charges may be applicable
• Golf course (within 3 km)
Food & Drink
• Free! WiFi is available in the hotel rooms and is free of charge
• Free! Free private parking is possible on site (reservation is not needed)
• Pet bowls
• Packed lunches
• Designated smoking area
• Non-smoking throughout
• Facilities for disabled guests
• Non-smoking rooms