Relaxing cruises along the Caledonian Canal
As with all 27 cabins on Lord of the Glens, those on the David Roberts Deck are tastefully furnished with mahogany finishes. Wall lighting is from the SS France, a transatlantic ocean liner launched in 1960. Furthermore, there is a dressing table and stool, hairdryer and satellite TV. Additionally, to ensure maximum comfort, the air conditioning and heating are individually controlled. Each cabin benefits from a safe, music system and internal telephone.Book Now
David Roberts Deck
The David Roberts Deck is dedicated solely to cabins. Interestingly this deck is named after David Roberts a Scottish painter well known for his lithograph prints, some of which are on display on the ship. All cabins have picture windows so that the views can be enjoyed. As with all other cabins on board, they have their own en-suite facilities. Towels and toiletries are provided, including shampoo, conditioner, shower gel, soap and a shower cap. There is also a socket for electric shavers and toothbrushes.
Category Two Cabins
All these cabins have glorious picture windows. There are four twin berth cabins (201, 202, 209 and 210) and four double-bedded cabins (211, 212, 219 and 218). Furthermore, each cabin has en-suite facilities (shower, toilet and washbasin) with eco-friendly Highland Company toiletries. And there is plenty of storage space, a dressing table, a safe, a hairdryer, satellite TV, music system, telephone and individually controlled air conditioning and heating.
Individual Cabin Amenities
Category Three Cabins
These cabins are the largest cabins on the vessel and are great for those who would like some extra space. All these cabins have large picture windows so you’ll never miss a thing. Each cabin has en-suite facilities (shower, toilet and washbasin) with eco-friendly Highland Company toiletries. Furthermore, there is plenty of storage space, a dressing table, a safe, a hairdryer, satellite TV, music system, telephone and individually controlled air conditioning and heating.
Individual Cabin Amenities
Cruise around the Scottish islands
The hardest part of a Lord of the Glens cruise is choosing which cruise you would like to go on. Here you can decide on a 5-day cruise, 6-day cruise or 7-day cruise. And with our cruises exploring many of the most beautiful destinations in Scotland, whatever you decide you will not be disappointed. Explore our itineraries and choose which cruise is for you. Or maybe just try them all!
My husband and I have just returned from a most enjoyable cruise on the Lord of the Glens. We cannot speak highly enough of our experience on board. The organisation was splendid and the crew members, led by Brian, were so attentive and friendly. One further comment, which I should have written on the comments sheet, is how much I appreciated the half portions on the menu. This enabled me to enjoy every course at lunch and dinner without missing out! With all good wishes for continued success.
Relaxing and enlightening cruises on board Lord of the Glens
Once on board Lord of the Glens, let the stress ebb and flow away. With the ship’s dedicated crew being highly trained we are ready to make sure your needs are met. Full board is included in the cost of the voyage. So guests don’t need to worry about paying extra for any excursions on the itinerary. Furthermore, all port dues and taxes are taken care of. Additionally, a courtesy transfer service is provided at pre-determined times from and to Inverness Airport and Inverness Bus Station (to and from the vessel) for all voyages.
Find a new favourite
Everyone has a favourite place in Scotland. It might be a city, a beach or a forest. But when guests leave Lord of the Glens, they generally have found a brand new favourite place. It could be one of the many ports of call visited by the vessel. Perhaps Iona, just south of the Isle of Mull. There is certainly something enchanting and eternal about Iona Abbey. The final resting place of many Scottish kings (at least 48) are said to be buried here in its graveyard. These hallowed lands inspire a sense of wonder difficult to capture elsewhere.
For some, it’s the busy town of Oban that captures their imagination. And this is especially true for those who climb McCaig’s Folly, also known as McCaig’s Tower. Perched high above Oban, the 144 steps give visitors time to look forward to the views. And what views – out over Oban and towards Mull and beyond. Wherever it is, there’s a new favourite place for everyone on Lord of the Glens.
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All things Scottish
Enjoy delicious home-produced seasonal produce and our Scottish Wildlife
Making the most of a Scotland cruise means tasting a range of local and seasonal produce. Depending on the time of year, the meals will change to make the most of the seasons. And all of our food is prepared on board by our chefs and the quality is excellent. With plenty of stop-offs, there’s the opportunity to buy from local suppliers to get a real taste of Scotland.
Wildlife up close
Guests are treated to a variety of wildlife on Lord of the Glens. For example, the waters in which the vessel moves is home to harbour porpoises and bottlenose dolphins. And in the summer, they are sometimes joined by common dolphins, minke whales, white-sided dolphins and orcas.
Overhead, buzzards, hen harriers, golden eagles and white-tailed eagles might be seen. And on land, there’s always the chance of a glimpse of a red deer or Highland cow.
Explore our cruises around the Scottish islands. Call us on 01756 704 740 to make your booking.