Of Castles and Moors: UK, Ireland, Scotland

Customise your trip

For those of you who are looking to getaway from the big city and want to do so with your friends or family, we could Customised Getaways just for you! Weekenders and Longer Getaways alike. Your stays, meals, experiences and travel are aspects that we look into while designing your trip. You can choose your options from below and design an awesome adventure for yourself. Your travel plans, your way with your group of adventurers.

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Day 1:  London to Bath (By Train)

Bath is one of the great treasures of Britain and at just 97 miles (156 kilometres) from London, it makes a perfect 3-day trip.

Harmony and proportion were of supreme importance to the Georgian architects who determined the current shape of Bath, and they often drew inspiration from classical styles. Luckily outstanding examples were close at hand, with ancient Roman ruins recalling Bath’s age-old reputation as a spa town from which it also derived its name.

Meals: None

Experience: A day at leisure

Day 2: Bath

See the best of Bath, including the Roman Baths, on a 2-hour walking tour. As you walk between the sites, hear about this UNESCO-listed city and its Roman and Georgian heritage. Admire landmarks like Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent, and visit the Roman Baths to see the baths and artefacts left by Britain’s Roman occupiers almost 2,000 years ago. Choose a morning or afternoon tour, and upgrade to include the baths' admission fee.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Roman Baths and Bath City Walking Tour

Day 3: Bath

This unique tour runs from Bath on selected Saturdays at 0900, returning around 1645, visiting Stonehenge and Salisbury Cathedral with the Magna Carta, and the medieval city of Salisbury. This is a full day tour packed with fascination and enjoyment. The route chosen is scenic and historical and will be fully guided by your professional guide.

At Salisbury Cathedral you will see the tallest spire in Britain and also walk through the largest medieval close in Britain. The cathedral is home to the finest of the four surviving original Magna Carta from the year 1215.



Our first stop is the World Heritage Site Stonehenge. From the new Visitor Centre, you will be transported about 1.3 miles by shuttle bus, to the mysterious prehistoric monument that is Stonehenge. You will be provided with an audio guide that is available in many languages.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day trip to Stonehenge and Salisbury

Day 4: Bath to Cardiff (By Train)

The UK’s smallest capital city might not have the all-star appeal of its rivals, but Cardiff’s blend of historic landmarks, vast green spaces and modern shopping malls, means there’s plenty to keep visitors busy. With time to spare, the Welsh capital makes the perfect base for exploring the small country but for those with only 3 days to fill, here’s a rundown of what not to miss in Cardiff.


Take a walking tour around the city, starting off with the city’s most striking landmark – Cardiff Castle. Explore the underground WWII tunnels and marvel at the exquisite Victorian apartments that make up the fairytale castle, once belonging to the Marquess of Bute, then wander through the neighbouring 130 acres (56 hectares) Bute Park – the city’s largest and most impressive picnic spot – towards the iconic 12th century Llandaff Cathedral.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: A day at leisure

Day 5:  Cardiff to Dublin (By Flight)

Words and music are the lifeblood of this literary city, so here's a suggested three-day itinerary that will get you into that Dublin frame of mind. Don't worry, we've included plenty of pubs!

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: A day at leisure

Day 6: Dublin

Enjoy a scenic day tour of County Wicklow with a difference. Leave the city behind and embrace the Irish countryside by enjoying a guided walk, horse riding, cycling, or, for a less strenuous adventure, a stroll through the beautiful Powerscourt Estate.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: The Wicklow Mountains National Park & Guided Walking Tour

Day 7: Dublin

Explore hidden gems and popular attractions around County Cork on this Blarney day tour from Dublin. Travel deep into the Golden Vale of County Cork with your guide, and enjoy fine views of the Galtee Mountains and County Tipperary. Soak up some free time in Cork to explore at your leisure, and perhaps explore attractions such as St Coleman's Cathedral or the Titanic Experience. Then, visit Blarney Castle and follow in time-honored tradition by kissing the Blarney Stone. Top off the trip with tax-free shopping in the Woollen Mills before returning to Dublin.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day trip to Blarney Castle and Blarney Stone

Day 8: Dublin to Limerick (By Bus)

Travel from Dublin to Limerick along a scenic route.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day at leisure

Day 9: Limerick

Combine two of Ireland’s most dramatic natural wonders on this full-day tour from Limerick. Walk along the awe-inspiring sea cliffs of the Cliffs of Moher, which tower 702-feet (214-meters) over the Atlantic coast, then explore the otherworldly karst landscape of The Burren. That’s not all: you’ll also visit the fishing village of Kinvara, Bunratty Castle and Doolin, the home of traditional Irish music.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day trip to Cliffs of Moher

Day 10: Limerick

Discover the stunning beauty of the Ring of Kerry, or Iveragh Peninsula, on a day trip from Limerick. The area is an important part of Ireland’s mystical heritage and has long attracted visitors. Marvel at the spectacular views along the Atlantic coast.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day trip to Ring of Kerry

Day 11:  Limerick to Dublin (By Bus) | Dublin to Edinburgh (By flight)

Make your way from Limerick to Dublin back by bus and then take an evening flight to Edinburgh

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day at leisure

Day 12:  Edinburgh

This full-day Scottish Highlands tour takes you on a scenic drive from Edinburgh to the fabled Loch Ness. The 12-hour journey travels by coach across Rannoch Moor to Glen Coe and through the Great Glen to Fort Augustus, where you’re treated to a locally made picnic lunch. Take an optional boat ride on the legendary loch in search of ‘Nessie’ before the return trip over the Pass of Drumochter and through the forests and rivers of Highland Perthshire, with views of the UNESCO-listed Forth Bridge.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Full-Day Trip to Loch Ness and the Scottish Highlands

Day 13:  Edinburgh

Follow the trail of the Romans through ancient Scotland on this full-day tour from Edinburgh! With an expert guide, visit millennia-old Roman ruins such as Hadrian’s Wall, Dere Street, Birdoswald Fort, Steel Rigg, and soak up the beauty of Northumberland National Park, the Irthing Valley and the Southern Uplands. Travel with a small group to historic villages like Lanercost and hear the about Anglo-Scottish wars that once rattled the region.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Hadrian's Wall, Roman Britain and the Scottish Borders

Day 14:  Edinburgh to York (By Train)

With an abundance of medieval architecture and historic landmarks to admire during the day and a lively bar and restaurant scene to enjoy once the sun goes down, there’s plenty to keep you busy in York.

Following the route of York’s medieval City Walls is a perfect way to take in the sights. It’s free to climb the well-preserved remains and strolling along the ramparts offers panoramic views of many of the city’s top attractions. Stop off along the way to admire the magnificent gothic York Minster Cathedral, climb to the top of Clifford’s Tower and sip coffee with a view of the iconic Micklegate Bar, the monumental gateway to the city.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day at leisure

Day 15:  York

Discover the rugged beauty of rural northern England on this 8.5-hour North York Moors and Whitby day trip from York. Explore the medieval town of Helmsley, home to quaint shops and a medieval castle. Delve into the North York Moors National Park for panoramic views over the rolling countryside. Soak up Whitby’s seaside atmosphere at your leisure, perhaps visiting Whitby Abbey, the port or the Captain Cook Museum. Return via the Hole of Horcum and enjoy personal attention from your guide on this small-group tour, limited to 16 people.

Meals: Breakfast

Experience: Day trip to Moors

Day 16: York to London (By Train)

Make your way back to London Airport by train with a bag full of memories!

WHAT: The United Kingdom Journey

WHEN: As per your travel dates (16 days/15 nights)

WHERE: London-Bath-Cardiff-Dublin-Limerick-Edinburgh-York

HOW MUCH: Rates will depend on the itinerary and the time of travel. These are indicative costs.

Approx:  Rs.165,000 / USD 2500 onwards + 5% GST (per person)

WHO: info@theblueberrytrails.com / 8080122441

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-  Accommodation in centrally located 3-star hotels

- All internal transport by bus/train/flight (as mentioned against each day)

- Breakfast on all days except Day 1

- Activities as mentioned.


- Flight charges to and from India

- Airport transfers

- Entrance fee at local monuments, museums which are not set out under “Inclusions”.

- City/Tourist Tax at each stay

- Personal expenses such as beverages, tips, etc.

- Any costs arising from flight delays, change in weather conditions, strikes etc. which are beyond our control

- Visa charges and processing

- Travel insurance

- What is not mentioned in “Inclusion"

*Please note: Activities are flexible and depend on availability.

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