Arranged across three decks, all cabins are outward-facing. All enjoy views, with 23 having large picture windows (with tinted glass for extra privacy). A further three cabins offer two portholes. Most cabins are twin bedded.
Each cabin boasts en-suite facilities including shower, toilet, and washbasin. Tantalise your senses with Highland Soap Company natural toiletries in eco-friendly, refillable dispensers. There is also ample wardrobe space, bedside drawers and a dressing table. A safe for valuables, hairdryer, satellite TV and internal telephone are also provided. Refer to full ship amenities here.
Each deck is named after famous Scots:
Thomas Telford is regarded as one of Scotland’s finest ever engineers and built many of the roads and bridges that you may see on your Scottish travels. The Thomas Telford Deck hosts the Sir Walter Scott Lounge and Bar as well as the David Livingstone Lounge and Library. There are two viewing terraces – forward and aft.
When telephoning the other side of the world, you have Alexander Graham Bell to thank. This Scottish entrepreneur invented the telephone in 1876. The Alexander Graham Bell Deck hosts the reception area and the Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant.
Category Three Cabins on the Alexander Graham Bell Deck
There are six twin bedded superior cabins situated on the Alexander Graham Bell Deck. All have picture windows for enjoying Scotland’s beautiful scenery.
Well-known Scottish painter, David Roberts, lends his name to this deck. Famous for work such as The Houses of Parliament from Millbank and the travelogue, The Holy Land, Syria, Idumea, Arabia, Egypt, and Nubia. Some of his lithographs are present on Lord of the Glens.
Category Two Cabins on the David Roberts Deck
There are four twin bedded cabins (201, 202, 209 and 210) and four double bedded cabins (211, 212, 219 and 218) all having picture windows.
Category Three Cabins on the David Roberts Deck
There are eight twin bedded superior cabins on the David Roberts Deck. These cabins are the largest on the ship and all have large picture windows.
The James Watt Deck is named after the illustrious Scottish engineer and inventor whose work with steam engines brought about huge change to the world during the industrial revolution. Cabins on this deck have portholes, which add to the seafaring experience.
Category One cabin on the James Watt Deck
These cabins are located on the James Watt Deck which is two decks below the reception level. Each cabin has two large portholes.