- Sample spirits and pubs of Dublin
- The majesty and mystery of the Giant's Causeway
- The 5,000-year-old Ring of Brodgar, rivaling England's Stonehenge
- The sweeping beauty of Loch Ness
- Orkney's world-famous distilleries and fine Scotch whiskeys
- The ancient Castle and Royal Mile of Edinburgh
Edinburgh to Dublin - 8 Days
Edinburgh, Invergordon, Kirkwall, Portree, Tobermory, Portrush, Isle of Man, Dublin
Here in the land of good Scotch and great golf, staggering natural beauty meets refined elegance in beautiful ports and exclusive marinas. Celebrate Scotland's iconic past and lively future -- from Edinburgh's shops and cafes along the Royal Mile to the imposing Castle and graceful Crown Steeple of St. Giles. You'll have an unusual opportunity to visit renowned Balmoral Castle, said to be Queen Elizabeth II's favorite residence and rarely open to visitors. Stroll the still shores of Loch Ness and watch closely for signs of Scotland's favorite sea creature. Explore the Ring of Brodgar, Scotland's own ancient Stonehenge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the Orkney Islands. At Portrush, discover the imposing Giant's Causeway or treat yourself to a visit to Ireland's premiere distillery, Bushmill's. As we cruise along the spectacular Antrim Coast toward the dramatic Isle of Man, be sure to collect your own stunning photographs. As we disembark in Dublin, celebrate the spirit of the Emerald Isle with a toast to Erin's best.
Windstar Private Event — New in 2015
Culloden: Battle on the Moor
Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Highlanders lost to the Duke of Cumberland on this enchanting moor. Windstar guests will get an extraordinary look at this epic event with an exclusive after-hours tour with expert guides.
At Fort George you will make your way to a marquee erected just for Windstar guests to enjoy canapés and champagne.
Afterward, we’ll enjoy the most impressive part of this Windstar Private Event, Beating Retreat -- a traditional military ceremony from 16th century England, first used to recall nearby patrolling units to their castle. Originally it was known as watch setting and was initiated at sunset by the firing of a single round from the evening gun. Over the centuries, it has become a rousing military and musical performance complete with pipes, drums, and marches.
Prepare to be moved by the rich history of Culloden and the stirring spectacle of this Private Event.
Special Offer: Gaelic Explorers Golf Package
Play 6 legendary courses. Available on the August 27, 2014 departure. See additional details here.
Special Offer on 2014 Voyages
Book before April 25, 2014 and enjoy 2-for-1 fares and 2 FREE Hotel Nights
Hotel promotion is not combinable with One Week Sale fares.
Rates shown are per person, based on double occupancy, and reflect all discounts.