Discover the British Isles
Uncover the secrets of Peel and its castle or take a ride on the steam railway to Castletown. Choose to follow the heritage trail to Cregneash and the Living Folk Museum or ride in a luxury trike on the famous TT course. The more active can take a guided hike around Peel Castle.
Discover Belfast and the Titanic Museum or take a ride in a black cab to learn about Belfast’s past and present from your engaging driver. Alternatively play a round of golf.Helicopter and submarine excursions are available^.Be hosted by Lord and Lady Dunleath for High Tea at their private country estate Ballywalter Park.
The small and pretty Isle of Islay is home to eight working whiskey distilleries and the famous Whiskey Festival held in May each year.Slainte – learn about the secrets of making the famous Islay Malts on a distillery tour, or take a guided hike.Helicopter excursions are available^.late afternoon arrival to Iona, known as the ‘cradle of Christianity’ in Scotland thanks to its 400-year history as a Gaelic monastery, allows exclusive access to the Abbey and the Monastery for Scenic Eclipse guests.
The islands of Scotland offer up the chance for some of the best birdwatching in the United Kingdom. One of the best places to see a variety of species is the Isle of Mull in the Inner Herbrides with the Manx Shearwater being one of the great seabirds you'll discover during your time on the island.
Uncover the fascinating history of the Shetland Islands during your visit to Jarlshof Prehistoric site. You'll have plenty of time to explore the oval-shaped Bronze Age houses. Iron Age broch with wheelhouses, Viking long houses, medieval farmstead and the 16th century laird's house.
Closer to Norway than Scotland, the Shetland Islands boast astounding archaeological sites, ancient ruins and Viking and Norse influences.Explore Jarlshof prehistoric site or discover the Norse history on your tour of the town and Shetlands Museum. Or choose to discover Scalloway and enter the Museum, or play golf.