Cabins designed for maximum comfort and relaxation
Lord of the Glens offers glorious accommodation on the Alexander Graham Bell deck. The cabins on this deck all feature stunning picture windows to make the most of the views which glide gently by. The six twin-berthed cabins on this deck each are located at the front of the ship, next to reception. This gives easy access to the Robert Louis Stevenson restaurant with panoramic views.Book Now
Alexander Graham Bell Deck
When calling someone on the other side of the world, you have Alexander Graham Bell to thank. This Scottish inventor, who gives his name to the deck, invented the telephone in 1876. The deck holds the main dining area of Lord of the Glens, the Robert Louis Stevenson restaurant. Here, dinner is served each evening and is a great place to meet other guests. The bridge is also situated on the Alexander Graham Bell deck – visitors welcome!
Category Three Cabin
Six twin bedded cabins are situated on this deck. They share the same deck as our Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant. Each has en-suite facilities with eco-friendly Highland Soap Company toiletries. Furthermore, there is plenty of storage space, a dressing table, safe, hairdryer, satellite TV, music system, telephone and individually controlled air conditioning and heating. All cabins on this deck have picture windows, framing the beautiful Scottish scenery. So sit back, relax and enjoy your luxury cruise.
Individual Cabin Amenities
A warm welcome
As you board Lord of the Glens, on the Alexander Graham Bell deck, you will arrive in sumptuous surroundings. Enter a classic and timeless feel. Polished wood, offset with cream panelling and adorned with lavish fabric and upholstery creates a cosy and welcoming atmosphere. As a result, you will feel complete relaxation the minute you step on board. Make your way to your elegant cabin and embark on a holiday of a lifetime.
We have just returned from a wonderful trip on the Lord of the Glens. The cruise lived up to and exceeded our expectations, the food was delicious, and the staff were all fantastic – from the Captain to the chamber maids and all the other members. We particularly want to express our thanks to Brian Copland who managed to sort an interesting itinerary for us every day in spite of the weather doing its best to alter all plans while we were visiting the islands!!! We will certainly be recommending the Lord of the Glens to our friends and thank you for all your help before we went on the cruise.
Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant
The hub of each evening is the Robert Louis Stevenson Restaurant, serving a mix of Scottish and traditional fayre. Every meal is prepared by resident chefs using local and seasonal ingredients where possible. All meals are open seating. Fine china, French crystal and Villeroy Boch cutlery abound. This could be a high-class restaurant in the city, the only difference is it’s floating on water!
There are pleasing touches all over the restaurant. Those who look up, will find the ceiling dotted with tiny lights. This is to simulate the northern sky, surrounding an illuminated glass panel from the flagship of the Union-Castle Line the RMS Windsor Castle. Elsewhere, original lithographs by David Roberts – who gives his name to another of the ship’s decks – adorn the walls.
Thoughtfully decorated and superb crew
There is a Scottish feel to all public rooms on Lord of the Glens. Each one boasting a traditional style. Light fittings are from the Nord Norge whilst some seating includes 1929 Riviera armchairs from the legendary Cote d’Azur Express. This was a famous luxury train working throughout the 1930s in France, the style of which fits perfectly in Lord of the Glens.
All crew on board Lord of the Glens are highly trained in their roles. Most of all, they love spending time with guests and very quickly are on first-name terms with everyone. If ever you have a question or just fancy a chat, one of the crew is sure to be nearby.
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Seeing Scotland like never before
Take in Scotland’s hauntingly beautiful fretted west coast
As you sail around Scotland, you’ll see islands, archipelagos, wildlife and mountains like never before. From the water, the Scottish coastline stretches out before you. Making the most of a Scottish cruise means getting off the ship and exploring the land. Discover the villages and towns that make up the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and the history and culture of each. Every stop has its own story to tell, and considering the long history of Scotland, they are usually fascinating.
So enjoy cruises Scottish cruising whilst sampling the delights of Lord of the Glens.