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Waterways of Scotland

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The Radstone Hotel - Larkhall


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The 4-star Radstone Hotel is a modern hotel set back from the road and positioned in well-maintained lawned grounds.

The level entrance flows into a spacious boutique style lounge bar with ample comfortable chairs and sofas. The Opal bar & restaurant has cosy seating and dining areas. Full Scottish breakfast is served here. Guests are usually served dinner in a private room with its own bar, again off the main lounge. The hotel has 44 spacious, well-appointed bedrooms with showers over the bath. There is a lift and 20 ground floor rooms, although there may be some steps to consider in and around the hotel.

Price includes:
• 4 nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast – 3-course dinner with tea/coffee, full Scottish breakfast.
• Porter service
• Admission to Mount Stuart
• Admission to Benmore Botanic Gardens
• Ride on the Falkirk Wheel
• Cruise on the Firth of Forth.



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Day 1: After a morning departure, we make our way to your home for the next five days.

Day 2: Full day excursion to the Isle of Bute, sailing from Wemyss Bay to Rothesay. Take a scenic tour of the island with a stop at Mount Stuart, an outstanding & flamboyant, Victorian, Gothic mansion with beautiful gardens within a 300-acre estate. Continue around the island allowing time for photo stops at the stunning bays of Scalpsie & Ettrick.

Day 3: We take the morning sailing across the Clyde to Dunoon on the Cowal Peninsula. Visit Benmore Botanic Gardens, dramatically set in the mountains of Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park. Highlights include the Great Redwood Avenue, the formal garden and the Chilean Rainforest Glade. Continue via Loch Eck & Loch Fyne to the shores of Loch Lomond.

Day 4: Travel to Falkirk this morning for a fascinating ride on the Falkirk Wheel. Built to commemorate the millennium and as a link between the Forth & Clyde Canal and the Union Canal which lies 35 metres above. After the boat ride, learn about the project at the visitor centre. Continue to South Queensferry and board the Forth Belle for a sightseeing cruise on the Firth of Forth. Enjoy unrivalled views of Incholm Island with its historic abbey and both of the Forth Bridges, whilst listening to the guided commentary.

Day 5: Homeward bound.