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Scotland Holidays


Intricately entwined with myths and legends, sparkling lochs and thick woodland, soaring mountains, and heather-clad moors, holidays to Scotland will captivate your imagination, as well as your senses.

Wander though the captivating cobbled lanes of Edinburgh and take in its rich history and youthful energy on your Scotland break. Gaze through time at Edinburgh Castle, sitting perched atop Castle Rock. Dance to the sounds of bagpipes busking around every cobbled corner. Soak up the pageantry of the magical Edinburgh Military Tattoo and explore the elegant salons and fascinating working areas of the Royal Yacht Britannia.

Journey through spectacular scenery and island hop across the western islands of Scotland with Newmarket Holidays. Breathe in the fresh air of this unspoiled side of Scotland as you embrace the islands’ slower pace of life. Watch wildlife, unwind on wonderful white-sand beaches and feast your eyes on the dramatic terrain of lofty peaks, heather-lined moors and glittering lochs.

Taste the seafood delights of Inveraray, discover enchanting Arran, scenic Bute, and explore the wildlife of Mull. Take a glimpse of the unique culture of Hebridean Island, which is as charming and captivating as its stunning scenery.

In the company of our friendly, knowledgeable Scotland tour manager, unveil the beauty and variety of the Scottish Highlands. Discover the stunning Road to the Isles, the legendary Loch Ness, and the mysterious Black Isle. Enjoy the sense of adventure and rail journey through the jaw-dropping scenery of the Highlands.

A country full of gems, Scotland glows come rain or shine with its wild magnificence. Unspoiled, unparalleled and brimming with gorgeous beaches and striking scenery, holidays to Scotland can only be limited by your imagination.


Scottish Highland Railways
Rail travel from Inverness to Kyle of Lochalsh - Journey on the steam-hauled Strathspey Railway - Cross the Glenfinnan Viaduct on a train ride from Fort William to Mallaig
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  • 5 days from: £439.20pp
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  • Sep 2019 - Oct 2020
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Best of the Scottish Highlands
Spot dolphins on a cruise on the Moray Firth - A tour of the Black Isle - Enjoy a ride on the nostalgic Strathspey Steam Railway
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  • 7 days from: £568.65pp
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  • Sep 2019 - Oct 2020
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Loch Lomond & the Edinburgh Tattoo
A reserved seat to see the Edinburgh Tattoo - Enjoy a boat trip on Loch Lomond, Queen of the Scottish Lakes - A tour of the beautiful Trossachs
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  • 4 days from: £585pp
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  • Aug 2020
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Hebridean Island Adventure - 6 days
A tour of the Isle of Skye - A tour of the Isle of Harris - A tour of the Isle of Lewis
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  • 6 days from: £719pp
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  • Oct 2019 - Oct 2020
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Hebridean Island Adventure - 8 days
Pretty Portree and historic Dunvegan Castle on the Isle of Skye - A tour of the Isle of Harris - A day exploring North and South Uist
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  • May 2020 - Jun 2020
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You’ll find there’s a wealth to discover on any Scotland holiday. This is a country rich in history with endless treasures, from ancient architecture and spectacular scenery and wildlife. Don’t miss some of these must-see and must-do things on your Scotland trip.


Scottish cuisine takes some influences from British and European cuisine, but still possesses its own distinctive tastes and recipes.

Your holiday to Scotland would not be complete without trying their national dish - haggis. The savoury pudding combines sheep’s ‘pluck’ with oatmeal, onions, salt and spices. Bursting with flavour and a soft but crispy texture, haggis makes a tasty, fiery and moist meal.

With over 6,000 miles of coastline, Scotland has abundance of traditional seafood recipes, and with an emphasis on top-quality local produce, you can feast on fresh seafood just a few hours after being caught. Try the Arbroath smokie, a specially smoked type of haddock originating from of Arbroath in Angus. Only the finest haddock can be used to produce an authentic smokie – making this a very special treat on your Scotland holiday.

Taste the true flavour of Scotland – Scotch whisky. Enjoy (responsibly) Scotland’s national drink – as you discover your whisky palate. With more 100 active distilleries across Scotland, there are plenty of flavours to discover the right pour for your taste. Whatever pleases your taste buds, Scotland is bound to please, from meat and fish to puddings and drinks.