Post-Summit Itinerary

Thursday, November 7 – Saturday, November 9 | Starting point in St Andrews

DAY 1 – Thursday, 7 November

5:00pm Depart St Andrews and head for the Highlands
6:30pm Stop in Pitlochry for traditional pub dinner
9:45pm Arrive in Inverness – Welcome reception at Hotel
Overnight at Ness Walk Hotel

DAY 2 – Friday, 8 November

9:00am Cruise on Loch Ness including visit to Castle Urquhart
1:00pm Lunch in Inverness City
3:00pm Optional visit to Culloden Battlefield or time at leisure for shopping in Inverness
6:30pm Scottish Evening at the Hotel

DAY 3 – Saturday, 9 November

Departures – option of departing from Inverness Airport or Edinburgh Airport, transportation included


Post-Summit Trip Details


A small town set in the heart of Scotland, Pitlochry is known for its clear sparkling air, beautiful scenery, rich clan history, fine food and welcoming hospitality. A popular Victorian town, Pitlochry was created as the direct result of the first purpose built military roads and later the turn pike roads in the highlands. The military road from Dunkeld to
Inverness were built by General Wade’s in 1728, so as to open up the highlands and ‘civilize’ the glens.
Your guide will give guests an introduction to the turbulent life of the Highlanders and the traditions that are still dearly held. An enjoyable spot for dinner before continuing on to Inverness.

Ness Walk Hotel

“A Special Place Where Special Things Happen”.

Ness Walk is a stunning 5-star hotel located on the riverside in the city centre of the Highland capital city of Inverness. Newly opened in summer 2020 therefore the property is immaculate in presentation and beautifully designed to the highest level of detailing.

A boutique hotel with 47 bedrooms including 2 suites. The 45 bedrooms have floor to ceiling windows on the 1st and 2nd floors and the Cedar rooms on the ground floor have doors into the gardens with their own little patio terrace and garden furniture.

The onsite Torrish Restaurant is a firm favourite among locals and guests alike. The experienced brigade of chefs have combined local Scottish cuisine with flavours from throughout the world. Some of the ingredients right here on the grounds of Ness Walk. It doesn’t get fresher than that!

Loch Ness

Enigmatic and mysterious, guests will enjoy a cruise on Loch Lomond, cameras at the ready in case the notoriously shy monster makes an appearance! Includes a visit to historically important Castle Urquhart.

Once one of Scotland’s largest castles, Urquhart saw great conflict during its 500 years as a medieval fortress. During Its 500 Years As A Medieval Fortress.

Culloden Battlefield

Scene of the last great battle on British soil in 1746, guests can enjoy an interactive and immersive exhibition about the battle before walking the eerily quiet grounds where the Jacobite Rebellion came to a tragic end. Lasting barely an hour, over 1,500 men were slain and the history of the Highlands was changed forever.

Scottish Evening at The Hotel

This evening, guests will experience the best of Scottish traditions. With Scottish music, food, storytelling – and of course Whisky, this evening will be a fitting farewell to the Highlands.

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