Spectacular views and elegant spaces
The splendid and elevated upper Tweedsmuir Deck affords spectacular views from the panoramic windows, as guests dine in the elegant Caledonian Restaurant. The Panorama Lounge, with its impressive glass atrium, is abound with comfortable and contemporary armchairs, whilst clustered and cosy seating areas encourage small groups where guests can chat privately. For the perfect view of the ensuing scenery, the arching window seat is the perfect place to catch a glimpse of the next instalment of the journey ahead, but for a more formal arrangement, the window lined Pullman chair area is perhaps somewhere to settle with a good book or simply take in the awe-inspiring scenery as it glides by.
Stylish Cruise Cabins
There are twenty outward facing picture windowed cabins, spread over the two lower decks, Richard Hannay Deck and John Buchan Deck including a spacious suite and four with small private balconies.
Each Lord of the Highlands cabin is finished in hardwood finishes, plush carpeting, dressing table, stool, wardrobe, satellite TV, a personal safe and hairdryer. All cabins feature an en suite shower room with luxury Molton Brown toiletries and, for added comfort, warm bathrobes and slippers.
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