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A Coach tour in Scotland is a fantastic way to avoid the stress and enjoy the benefits of travel, domestic and beyond. Eclipse Breaks offers a new era of coach holidays from your front door.
Comfort and convenience, from Central Scotland
A family-run business, Eclipse Breaks is a travel specialist with group packages and coach tours. Travellers can enjoy perks unique to Eclipse Breaks, such as comfortable seating in modern coaches with air conditioning and climate control, and overnight accommodation in hand-picked hotels with breakfast included. For stays 5 nights and more, Eclipse Breaks offers complimentary door-to-door pickup, providing you with the ultimate relaxing travel experience.
Late Summer escape to Wales or Ireland
Are you looking for a late Summer escape? Set off to Llandudno in Wales. Long stretches of beach, the country’s longest pier, a quaint cable car ride up through the winding high street with striking cliffside overhead – it’s easy to feel as if you’ve been whisked away to a coastal Mediterranean escape when you are in Llandudno. With Eclipse Breaks, you’ll stay at the Kensington Hotel where you can enjoy breath-taking views of the Great Orme and Llandudno Bay. This group holiday package features carefully crafted excursions to Portmeirion, Snowdonia, and Betws-y-Coed.
A brand new tour debuting on Eclipse Breaks, “Little boats and trains of Ireland” is not to be missed. This coach tour in Scotland whisks you away to Ireland, the land of folklore tales and emerald landscapes. Guests will enjoy a boat cruise on the Shannon and Lough Derg and a short ride on the restored and original steam locomotive train on the West Clare Railway.
Lake District adventure
Eclipse offers a variety of incredible coach tours starting in Scotland for Autumn getaways too. Embark on a group package holiday to the Lake District, world-famous for its stunning vistas and charming villages. Your stay at the Shap Wells Hotel will place you in a fairy-tale location surrounded by lush woodlands and trickling mountain streams.
Prefer to stay closer to home? Eclipse Breaks also offers The Scottish Staycation package, a tour combining some of the nation’s greatest cultural hot spots. Visit the postcard towns of St. Andrews, Montrose, Dundee, Aberfeldy, Fort William, Oban, and of course, Loch Lomond. A quintessentially Scottish experience, all from the comfort and convenience of an Eclipse Break coach tour in Scotland.
Christmas in Grantown-on-Spey
For those planning ahead for Winter with Eclipse Breaks, why not spend Christmas in Grantown-on-Spey? Travel back in time to the Victorian era and explore the idyllic grounds and gardens of the Craiglynne Hotel. Upon your arrival, enjoy a warm festive welcome with mince pies, tea, and coffee. During this holiday getaway your days will be filled with entertainment, harp music in the lounge, breakfasts, dinners, and other festive happenings.
Travel with Eclipse Breaks
Considering a coach tour in Scotland? You can choose your own unforgettable adventure at Eclipse Breaks in comfort and style, without any of the inconveniences and hassles of airport drama.
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