22nd to 25th January 2016 – 4 days


Friday 22nd – Monday 25th January 2016

One of Scotland’s most celebrated evenings of the year.

This long standing tradition was started a few years after Robert Burns death by a number of his friends and acquaintances in order to honour his memory. ow, many years later the Burns ight suppers are celebrated world wide on the date of his birth – 25th January.

Sample the iconic haggis and savour a dram or two of the finest malts or blended Whisky, and relax in the beautiful Angus Hotel.


Price Includes:
  • Luxury Coach Travel
  • 3 Nights The Winnock Hotel
  • Scottish Breakfasts
  • Dinner 3 Evenings with 1 glass of wine
  • Packed lunch or soup/sandwiches 3 days
  • Evening entertainment in hotel
  • Free bar between 19.30-22.30 hrs (selected brands)
  • Trip to Edinburgh
  • Scenic Excursion

Coach Trip OutboundOutbound – Friday 22 January

Inbound – Monday 25 JanuaryCoach Trip Inbound

£199 per person Single Supplement £42

Burns Night Coach Trip

Haggis on Burns Night


Morning departure heading North to Loch Lomond and the village of Drymen, making comfort stops en route before continuing to the Winnock Hotel for our three night stay. On arrival we will enjoy a welcome drink with management. After settling into your room you will come down to our first nights dinner and enjoy the evenings entertainment.

Enjoy a hearty Scottish breakfast before we make our way to Edinburgh. Today you can explore the many sights of this magnificent city. You could take in the history and architecture of the many attractions which include the Castle and Palace of Holyroodhouse, or you can enjoy a fantastic shopping experience on Princess Street and George Street. We arrive back at the hotel in time for dinner and tonight’s entertainment.

After a full Scottish breakfast we have a short excursion to see some of Scotland’s beautiful scenery but will have you back in good time to get ready for the Burns Night festivities.

Take a leisurely breakfast before we set off for home, stopping en route at Gretna Green. We arrive back home early evening.


This three star hotel is a former 18th century inn. Situated in the centre of Drymen village only a short journey from Loch Lomond. The hotel offers a total of 73 comfortable hotel rooms all with private facilities, telephone, TV, radio, and tea/coffee making facilities.

It has also got a restaurant and bar. There are just two floors but no lift.

The Winnock Hotel