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Tour Overview

Discover Scotland & The Emerald Isle’s breathtaking scenery, folklore, and friendly locals with a special tour highlighting the region’s agricultural splendor. Arrive in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most colorful city, then travel to Edinburgh to explore the Royal Yacht Britannia and Edinburgh Castle. Walk the gorgeous gardens of Inveraray Castle and cruise the country’s most beautiful waterway, Loch Lomond. Browse artifacts at the expansive National Museum of Rural Life before crossing the Irish Sea by ferry to Belfast. Visit the award-winning Titanic Belfast Museum and drive along the spectacular coastline to marvel at the geological wonder of Giant’s Causeway. Observe the centuries-old skill of sheep herding at Glenshane Country Farm and stroll along the historic walled city of Derry. Learn about sustainable fishing of wild Albacore tuna at Shines Seafood and admire world-renowned craftsmanship at Belleek Pottery. Conclude this phenomenal adventure in lively Dublin with a guided city tour and an incredible experience at Taylors Three Rock Dinner and Show, featuring traditional Irish music and dancing.

The Holiday Advantage
Airfare Included
Airfare Included
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Exceptional Accommodations
Exceptional Accommodations
Most Meals Included
Most Meals Included
Premier Attractions
Premier Attractions
Professional Tour Directors
Professional Tour Directors
Call 1-800-826-2266 to Book

You can earn a $100 Travel Show Credit good for your next trip with Holiday Vacations by simply clicking the photo to watch the online travel show! The show is about 10 minutes long and at the end, you'll have the ability to submit your contact information and receive a travel credit which can be applied to this or any Holiday Vacations tour. Get started now!

Tour Highlights
Accommodations

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 3 nights at the Clayton Hotel Glasgow
  • 2 nights at the Grand Central Hotel Belfast
  • 2 nights at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa in the Dublin area
Attractions & Highlights

Attractions & Highlights

  • Glasgow guided city tour
  • Edinburgh Castle & guided city tour
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Loch Lomond Cruise & the Highlands
  • National Museum of Rural Life
  • Cairnryan Port Superferry to Belfast
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Giant’s Causeway
  • Belfast guided city tour
  • Glenshane Country Sheep Farm
  • Shines Seafood
  • Belleek Pottery tour
  • Local dairy farm
  • Dublin guided city tour
  • National Museum of Ireland
  • Taylors Three Rock Dinner & Show
Meals

11 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Welcome Dinner
  • Lunch at The George Hotel's pub in Inveraray
  • Dinner at Robinsons Pub in Belfast
Tour Date & Pricing

Tour Dates & Pricing

Occupancy

Price Per Person

Space Limited. Call for availability.

Double

$5799

Space Limited. Call for availability.

Single

$6899

Space Limited. Call for availability.

Final Payment Date: 05/10/2024

Day Itinerary

Day Itinerary

Day 1 : Scotland Bound

We begin with an overnight flight across the pond to Scotland.

Day 2 : Glasgow

This morning, a local guide joins us for a tour of Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most colorful city. We marvel at the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, explore the Riverside Museum of Transportation, enjoy artful city murals, and more! After checking in to Clayton Hotel, our accommodations for the next three nights, we get to know our fellow travelers over a wonderful Welcome Dinner.

Dinner

Day 3 : Edinburgh & The Royal Yacht Britannia

After breakfast, we travel to Edinburgh for a tour with a Blue Badge Guide, featuring the history of Georgian New Town and medieval Old Town. First, we explore The Royal Yacht Britannia, which has sailed more than one million miles around the world and served as a vacation home to the Royal Family for over 40 years. We then discover imposing Edinburgh Castle, which towers above the city on Castle Rock. Learn intriguing facts about this historic fortress, one of the most important military strongholds in the country’s history. Later, we return to our accommodations in Glasgow.

Breakfast

Day 4 : Inveraray Castle & Loch Lomond

Today we leave the bustle of Glasgow for the scenic splendor of Inveraray. Take in the majesty of Inveraray Castle, nestled among gorgeous gardens that overlook Loch Fyne. Discover this sprawling home’s history as seat of the Clan Campbell, one of the most powerful Highland Scottish clans, and admire its sophistication during a guided tour. After lunch at The George Hotel's pub, we cruise the country’s most breathtaking waterway, Loch Lomond. Panoramic views of the famous Scottish Highlands lay out before us as we glide along this impressive loch.

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5 : Ferry to Belfast

We start the day exploring Scotland's National Museum of Rural Life, a five-star museum presenting a collection of tractors, harvesters, and combines, that also functions as a historic commercial dairy farm. We then take a pleasant trip to Belfast in Northern Ireland by way of the Cairnryan Port Superferry across the Irish Sea. Upon reaching the country’s vibrant capital city, we settle into our accommodations at Grand Central Hotel and have the rest of the day to spend as we wish.

Breakfast

Day 6 : Titanic Belfast & Giant’s Causeway

Following breakfast, we visit Titanic Belfast, the world's largest tourist attraction dedicated to the Titanic. It celebrates the region's maritime heritage and commemorates the birthplace of the world’s most famous ship extending over nine interactive galleries. In the afternoon, we receive our first glimpse of Northern Ireland’s majestic coast on our journey to discover the rugged beauty of Giant’s Causeway. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and unique geological volcanic wonder displays unparalleled landscapes with spectacular, surreal views. This evening, we enjoy dinner together at Robinsons Bar, one of the country’s oldest pubs.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7 : Glenshane Country Farm & Derry City Walls

This morning, Northern Ireland’s largest city comes alive on a guided tour of Belfast, a city rich with history, culture, and Irish craic. We see the Titanic Quarter, City Hall, St. Anne’s Cathedral, Queens University, and learn about the country's historic “troubles.” This afternoon, we travel to Maghera and stop at Glenshane Country Farm, located within the beautiful foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. Here, we meet Jamese McCloy, the owner and a fourth-generation farmer, who provides a lively demonstration of the centuries-old skill of sheep herding. Next, we travel to the historic walled city of Derry. Discover the city’s ancient fortified walls, restored cannons, and gates on a guided walking tour. Our overnight this evening is at the Radisson Blu in Letterkenney, a bonny Northern Irish metro also known as “the Cathedral Town” that started as a market town in the 17th century.

Breakfast

Day 8 : Shines Seafood

Our day begins at Shines Seafood, a family-owned business in Killybegs with a passion for sustainable fishing. Learn how the fishermen use traditional methods of catching Albacore tuna off Ireland’s Atlantic Coast to protect the environment and promote the wellbeing of other species. Afterwards, a scenic drive brings us to the village of Donegal. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon to explore the area’s charming shops and pubs on your own. Tonight, we have dinner together at Mill Park Hotel, tonight’s comfortable accommodations.

Learn about sustainable fishing practices in the clean Atlantic waters off the coast of Ireland. Shine's Seafood is a family owned business whose passion about quality preserved fish and sustainable fishing practices that protects the environment is contagious.

Day 9 : Belleek Pottery

Today we discover the secrets of the world-renowned pottery’s craftsmanship at Belleek Pottery with a guided tour and time to explore the visitor center. Next, we travel to Enniskillen, a quaint country town located on an island that separates the upper and lower sections of the Lough Erne lakes. Afterwards, we’re off to visit a local dairy farm and learn about small Irish dairy farming. Dinner this evening is at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa near Dublin, our accommodations for the next two evenings. Enjoy its opulent amenities and breathtaking views of the lovely Irish countryside that surrounds us.

Local dairy farm

Dinner

Day 10 : Dublin

This morning, we join our local guide to discover Dublin’s best attractions on a guided city tour. View Trinity College, Dublin Castle, the Spire of Dublin, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Ha’penny Bridge, and visit the National Museum of Ireland. This evening we gather for an incredible, authentic experience at Taylors Three Rock Dinner and Show, featuring traditional Irish music and award-winning dancing.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 11 : Fly Home

Tour Map

Tour Map

Tour Map for Scottish Charm & Irish Farms
Departure Cities

Departure Cities

Choose Your Departure Year:

Scottish Charm & Irish Farms

Discover Scotland & The Emerald Isle’s breathtaking scenery, folklore, and friendly locals with a special tour highlighting the region’s agricultural splendor. Arrive in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most colorful city, then travel to Edinburgh to explore the Royal Yacht Britannia and Edinburgh Castle. Walk the gorgeous gardens of Inveraray Castle and cruise the country’s most beautiful waterway, Loch Lomond. Browse artifacts at the expansive National Museum of Rural Life before crossing the Irish Sea by ferry to Belfast. Visit the award-winning Titanic Belfast Museum and drive along the spectacular coastline to marvel at the geological wonder of Giant’s Causeway. Observe the centuries-old skill of sheep herding at Glenshane Country Farm and stroll along the historic walled city of Derry. Learn about sustainable fishing of wild Albacore tuna at Shines Seafood and admire world-renowned craftsmanship at Belleek Pottery. Conclude this phenomenal adventure in lively Dublin with a guided city tour and an incredible experience at Taylors Three Rock Dinner and Show, featuring traditional Irish music and dancing.

The Holiday Advantage
Airfare Included
Airfare Included
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Low Deposit, Guaranteed Prices, & No Hidden Costs
Exceptional Accommodations
Exceptional Accommodations
Most Meals Included
Most Meals Included
Premier Attractions
Premier Attractions
Professional Tour Directors
Professional Tour Directors
View Dates & Book Online Call 1-800-826-2266 to Book

You can earn a $100 Travel Show Credit good for your next trip with Holiday Vacations by simply clicking the photo to watch the online travel show! The show is about 10 minutes long and at the end, you'll have the ability to submit your contact information and receive a travel credit which can be applied to this or any Holiday Vacations tour. Get started now!

Accommodations

All Accommodations Featuring

  • 3 nights at the Clayton Hotel Glasgow
  • 2 nights at the Grand Central Hotel Belfast
  • 2 nights at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa in the Dublin area
Attractions & Highlights

Attractions & Highlights

  • Glasgow guided city tour
  • Edinburgh Castle & guided city tour
  • The Royal Yacht Britannia
  • Loch Lomond Cruise & the Highlands
  • National Museum of Rural Life
  • Cairnryan Port Superferry to Belfast
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Giant’s Causeway
  • Belfast guided city tour
  • Glenshane Country Sheep Farm
  • Shines Seafood
  • Belleek Pottery tour
  • Local dairy farm
  • Dublin guided city tour
  • National Museum of Ireland
  • Taylors Three Rock Dinner & Show
Meals

11 Excellent Meals Featuring

  • Welcome Dinner
  • Lunch at The George Hotel's pub in Inveraray
  • Dinner at Robinsons Pub in Belfast

Tour Dates & Pricing

Occupancy

Price Per Person

Space Limited. Call for availability.

Double

$5799

Single

$6899

Final Payment Date: 05/10/2024

Day Itinerary

Day 1 : Scotland Bound

We begin with an overnight flight across the pond to Scotland.

Day 2 : Glasgow

This morning, a local guide joins us for a tour of Glasgow, Scotland’s largest and most colorful city. We marvel at the architecture of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, explore the Riverside Museum of Transportation, enjoy artful city murals, and more! After checking in to Clayton Hotel, our accommodations for the next three nights, we get to know our fellow travelers over a wonderful Welcome Dinner.

Dinner

Day 3 : Edinburgh & The Royal Yacht Britannia

After breakfast, we travel to Edinburgh for a tour with a Blue Badge Guide, featuring the history of Georgian New Town and medieval Old Town. First, we explore The Royal Yacht Britannia, which has sailed more than one million miles around the world and served as a vacation home to the Royal Family for over 40 years. We then discover imposing Edinburgh Castle, which towers above the city on Castle Rock. Learn intriguing facts about this historic fortress, one of the most important military strongholds in the country’s history. Later, we return to our accommodations in Glasgow.

Breakfast

Day 4 : Inveraray Castle & Loch Lomond

Today we leave the bustle of Glasgow for the scenic splendor of Inveraray. Take in the majesty of Inveraray Castle, nestled among gorgeous gardens that overlook Loch Fyne. Discover this sprawling home’s history as seat of the Clan Campbell, one of the most powerful Highland Scottish clans, and admire its sophistication during a guided tour. After lunch at The George Hotel's pub, we cruise the country’s most breathtaking waterway, Loch Lomond. Panoramic views of the famous Scottish Highlands lay out before us as we glide along this impressive loch.

Breakfast, Lunch

Day 5 : Ferry to Belfast

We start the day exploring Scotland's National Museum of Rural Life, a five-star museum presenting a collection of tractors, harvesters, and combines, that also functions as a historic commercial dairy farm. We then take a pleasant trip to Belfast in Northern Ireland by way of the Cairnryan Port Superferry across the Irish Sea. Upon reaching the country’s vibrant capital city, we settle into our accommodations at Grand Central Hotel and have the rest of the day to spend as we wish.

Breakfast

Day 6 : Titanic Belfast & Giant’s Causeway

Following breakfast, we visit Titanic Belfast, the world's largest tourist attraction dedicated to the Titanic. It celebrates the region's maritime heritage and commemorates the birthplace of the world’s most famous ship extending over nine interactive galleries. In the afternoon, we receive our first glimpse of Northern Ireland’s majestic coast on our journey to discover the rugged beauty of Giant’s Causeway. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and unique geological volcanic wonder displays unparalleled landscapes with spectacular, surreal views. This evening, we enjoy dinner together at Robinsons Bar, one of the country’s oldest pubs.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 7 : Glenshane Country Farm & Derry City Walls

This morning, Northern Ireland’s largest city comes alive on a guided tour of Belfast, a city rich with history, culture, and Irish craic. We see the Titanic Quarter, City Hall, St. Anne’s Cathedral, Queens University, and learn about the country's historic “troubles.” This afternoon, we travel to Maghera and stop at Glenshane Country Farm, located within the beautiful foothills of the Sperrin Mountains. Here, we meet Jamese McCloy, the owner and a fourth-generation farmer, who provides a lively demonstration of the centuries-old skill of sheep herding. Next, we travel to the historic walled city of Derry. Discover the city’s ancient fortified walls, restored cannons, and gates on a guided walking tour. Our overnight this evening is at the Radisson Blu in Letterkenney, a bonny Northern Irish metro also known as “the Cathedral Town” that started as a market town in the 17th century.

Breakfast

Day 8 : Shines Seafood

Our day begins at Shines Seafood, a family-owned business in Killybegs with a passion for sustainable fishing. Learn how the fishermen use traditional methods of catching Albacore tuna off Ireland’s Atlantic Coast to protect the environment and promote the wellbeing of other species. Afterwards, a scenic drive brings us to the village of Donegal. Enjoy a leisurely afternoon to explore the area’s charming shops and pubs on your own. Tonight, we have dinner together at Mill Park Hotel, tonight’s comfortable accommodations.

Learn about sustainable fishing practices in the clean Atlantic waters off the coast of Ireland. Shine's Seafood is a family owned business whose passion about quality preserved fish and sustainable fishing practices that protects the environment is contagious.

Day 9 : Belleek Pottery

Today we discover the secrets of the world-renowned pottery’s craftsmanship at Belleek Pottery with a guided tour and time to explore the visitor center. Next, we travel to Enniskillen, a quaint country town located on an island that separates the upper and lower sections of the Lough Erne lakes. Afterwards, we’re off to visit a local dairy farm and learn about small Irish dairy farming. Dinner this evening is at the Dunboyne Castle Hotel & Spa near Dublin, our accommodations for the next two evenings. Enjoy its opulent amenities and breathtaking views of the lovely Irish countryside that surrounds us.

Local dairy farm

Dinner

Day 10 : Dublin

This morning, we join our local guide to discover Dublin’s best attractions on a guided city tour. View Trinity College, Dublin Castle, the Spire of Dublin, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the Ha’penny Bridge, and visit the National Museum of Ireland. This evening we gather for an incredible, authentic experience at Taylors Three Rock Dinner and Show, featuring traditional Irish music and award-winning dancing.

Breakfast, Dinner

Day 11 : Fly Home

Tour Map

Tour Map for Scottish Charm & Irish Farms

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