The Grampians and beyond

Your Journey

Discover the stunning scenery of the Grampian Mountains including a visit to the Glenmorangie distillery, the magnificent Dunrobin Castle and the historic St Andrews.



Four nights aboard the Belmond Royal Scotsman luxury train

24-hour steward service

All meals aboard the train: full Scottish breakfast and four-course dinner including cheeseboard, coffee, tea and petits fours

All beverages including alcoholic drinks

A visit to Dunrobin Castle

A tour and private tasting at Glenmorangie Distillery

A tour of the Cawdor Castle

A trip to Culloden Battlefield

A tour of St Andrews

Traditional entertainment on board




Depart Edinburgh in the early afternoon and travel through the Kingdom of Fife towards the 'Fair City' of Perth.

Enjoy afternoon tea as the train continues on the Highland line through Dunkeld, Pitlochry and Blair Atholl with its imposing castle.

An informal dinner is served as we continue north through Inverness towards Tain, our stabling point for this evening. Dinner is followed by entertainment in the Observation Car.



Disembark following breakfast for the short, scenic drive to Dunrobin Castle. After lunch, enjoy a visit and private tasting at Glenmorangie distillery, home to one of the nation's favourite drams.

Re-join the train in Tain and relax before an informal dinner, served as you travel southwest on one of the most scenic routes in Britain.

Retire to the Observation Car for an after-dinner drink.


Cawdor Castle

Disembark in Nairn to visit the magnificent stronghold of Cawdor Castle which has been the home of the Thanes of Cawdor since 1370.

After lunch in the castle, visit nearby Culloden Battlefield, site of the last major battle fought on British soil on 16th April 1746. Listen to our Highlander as he paints a vivid picture of how this battle changed the way of life in the Highlands forever.

Return to the train in Inverness. After an informal dinner served as the train travels south, you are invited to the Observation Car for liqueurs and entertainment.



Breakfast is served as the train travels southeast to Leuchars where you disembark for a tour of St Andrews.

Lunch is served at St Andrews, time at leisure after lunch so you can explore St Andrews.

Rejoin the train heading south towards Dundee as you prepare for this evenings formal dinner. Farewell drinks are served before being invited to the Observation Car for farewell drinks and entertainment.



Depart Dundee this morning to travel south through the Kingdom of Fife, crossing the Firth of Forth by means of the magnificent Forth Railway Bridge.

Arrive in Edinburgh mid-morning where your journey ends at Waverley Station.

Our Best Available rate is subject to availability at time of booking, it is not applicable for parties of 12 or more. Please contact for group pricing.