8 reviews of 5-Day Isle of Skye, Loch Ness and the Jacobite Steam Train from Edinburgh
Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the 5-Day Isle of Skye, Loch Ness and the Jacobite Steam Train from Edinburgh. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
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Reviewed by Stu, Australia, October 2012
Was a fantastic five days! Our driver/guide Chris was the best guide I've had from many tours, with a dearth of knowledge and humour to keep us all entertained for the entire trip. Especially loved the well timed music! Saw a great selection of Scottish sights on this trip, and the B and Bs were comfortable, pleasant, and well located in all cases.
Reviewed by eric j, September 2012
chris was excellent what a trip. Once in a life time, thanks for everything everyone involved.
Reviewed by DAVID A, Australia, June 2012
Our 5 Day Trip was absolutely fantastic, and our driver Andy "with kilt included" was brilliant. Magnificent scenery, fabulous places visited, extremely informative and we all had a ball...thank you
Reviewed by Suzanne H, Australia, October 2011
This tour exceeded its publicity. We saw all that was mentioned and then more! Our exceptional guide, Stevie, had all history plus amusing anecdotal stories for us. It was absolutely the best time I had in all of Europe. Thanks Stevie and my fellow travellers Love you all! Will never forget these five days.
Reviewed by sharon m, USA, September 2012
Great trip,my only complaint was the driver was very opinionated. He was very knowledgeable about scottish history, but was way to much Scotland againts the brits...
Reviewed by claptrap.jack, November 2011
My wife and I loved Scotland! The trip was very well organized and the stops interesting. The B and B's were more pleasant than a regular hotel, particularly our stay in Oban. The only downside that I could mention, is that there was not enough time at most of the stops for my wife and I to take it all in. Forty-five minutes seems to be the average preferred time for most people, but if you really like to take your time with the history, you will only have about a third of the time you'd like. In spite of that, our guide, Carole, was stellar (she's a whole extra star all by herself). She should get a bonus and a promotion this year just for being so brilliant.
Reviewed by Diane E, June 2011
The tour was fabulous and the guide was super. The guide was so knowledgeable about the area that he was able to make changes to the itinerary when we ran into bad weather. My only problem with the tour was the B and B accommodations. The beds and bathrooms were horrible. My brother has a B and B in England. True, his is a 5 star, but I was not expecting what I received as a 3 star accommodation. I visited my brother after my Scotland trip. He tells me that the ratings really START at 3 star. There are none/few 1 or 2 star B and B's.
Reviewed by Yuanpo H, October 2011
The trip was nice. The driver/guide is also great. he only short fall was, we booked for hotel accommodation, yet, the first night hotel was a B and B, not hotel. (Other couples in our group stayed in a real hotel.) After we complained to the driver/guide. the following 3 nights' hotel were fine.
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