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Royal Balmoral Glamis Pitlochry

Resort - Blairgowrie

Overview

Lying at the foot of the Grampians, Blairgowrie ("Plain of Gowrie" in Scottish Gaelic) has been occupied continuously since the Neolithic period: numerous flint and bronze artefacts have been found in the immediate area. The town's centrepiece is the Wellmeadow, a grassy triangle on which regular markets and shows are held. Blairgowrie Golf Club, founded in 1889, has two 18 hole courses and a 9 hole course. Highland Games are held annually on Bogles Field and are noted for the mass tug o'war between the entire populations of Blairgowrie and Rattray.

Prices from

£455 per person

Supplements may apply

Tour code: 6502

Tour: Royal Balmoral Glamis Pitlochry

Resort: Blairgowrie

Days: 6

Date Travelling: 10 July 2022

Travelling by: Coach

Hotel: Angus Hotel

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Blairgowrie Rattray
Wellmeadow Blairgowrie
Blairgowrie Jetty
Davie Park boating pond Blairgowrie
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Itinerary

Day 1 - Outward Travel

Day 2 - Balmoral

  • Balmoral Castle has been the Scottish home of the Royal Family since it was purchased for Queen Victoria by Prince Albert in 1852.

Day 3 - Pitlochry

  • Queen Victoria is said to have been one of the earliest holidaymakers to have discovered the beauty of Pitlochry.
  • This picturesque riverside town has many independent shops and cafés for relaxing.
  • The Atholl Palace Hotel Museum gives a glimpse into what it was like some 140 years ago when Pitlochry's largest Scottish Baronial Architectural Style Hotel was built (Entrance fees apply).

Day 4 - Day at Leisure

Day 5 - Arbroath & Glamis

  • Picturesque Arbroath has an attractive historic harbour which remains in action today as well as long sandy beaches and stunning sandstone cliffs.
  • The town's most famous product is the Arbroath Smokie, line-caught haddock smoke-cured over smouldering oak chips.
  • Arbroath Abbey is the resting place of William the Lion who founded the Tironensian monastery in 1178 (Entrance fees apply).
  • Glamis (pronounced Glahms) is home to a range of 18th century cottages which make it an outstanding conservation area.
  • Glamis Castle was the childhood home of the late Queen Mother and the legendary setting for Shakespeare's play, 'Macbeth'.
  • It is believed that King Malcolm II of Scotland was murdered on the site of Glamis Castle in 1034. Nearby is a an old carved stone believed to mark his burial site.

Day 6 - Return Travel

Angus Hotel

Situated on the charming Wellmeadow green in the town centre. Meals are served in The Baytree bar and restaurant. The Angus hotel has a variety of rooms to accommodate, also flat screen TV, leisure facilities, en-suite bathroom and free WiFi are provided. To top off there is a spacious and relaxing indoor pool.

Contact Details


Tel No: 01250 872455

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We have 6 interchanges across the UK:


Your Interchange will be - North West Tours – Burtonwood Interchange (M62 near Warrington)


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North West


  • Burtonwood (M62, Junction 8), Forton Services (M6, Junction 32/33), Hartshead Moor (M62, Junction 25/26), Charnock Richard (M6, Junction 27/28), Carlisle (M6, Junction 43 – layby near Tesco) – North and Scotland
  • Burtonwood (M62, Junction 8), Keele (M6, Junction 15/16), Sandbach (M6, Junction 16/17)

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North West Tours – Charnock Richard Services (M6, Junction 27/28) – for clients travelling to Cumbria and Scotland


Reliable Coaches


Most of our holidays are operated by our own fleet of mostly modern Mercedes luxury coaches, all of which have an on board washroom and are air conditioned. We also work with selected third party coach operators who supplement our own fleet during peak periods. The facilities on third party coaches can vary, but the majority have air conditioning. We are members of the Confederation of Passenger Transport and the Coach Tourism Association – bodies established to encourage standards of excellence in our industry.