June 8, 2019 - June 16, 2019
The highlands of Scotland are often referred to as the romantic part of the country, certainly as described in classic 19th century literature. This is not strange given the beautiful untouched nature featuring rugged mountains, deep blue lochs and lush glens. Due to the ever-changing weather the highlands also have a mystical touch. One moment you can view the hills clearly, and the next they have disappeared into the mist. Sunny spells and hovering shadows alternate dramatically over the hills.
With this beauty and rich architectural history in mind the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art invites you to participate in an exclusive tour of Great Houses, Castles & Gardens of the Scottish Highlands. The travel program begins with an overnight in historic Edinburgh at the elegant and centrally located Principal Hotel on George Street. A welcome dinner is planned at a private stately residence. We continue on with stays at Raemoir Manor near Aberdeen, Culloden House in Inverness and ending with a two-night stay at the luxurious Gleneagles Hotel.