Assessment task 3 Role Play




Assessment task 3 Role Play

Assessment Task 3

Role Play

Family of 5

Scotland is a land of myth and mystery, the Loch Ness monster, clan wars and fallen kings. It is also one of the friendliest places to travel to in Europe with kids. If you are headed to the continent for the first time, but need a slower pace, Scotland is where you should head.

  • Arrive in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace tour
  • Drive to Oban, stops along the way
  • Explore Glencoe
  • Hike around Glencoe
  • Ferry to Isle of Mull
  • Tobermory and island driving tour
  • Southern Isle of Mull and Isle of Iona
  • Drive back to Edinburgh, stops along the way
  • Depart Edinburgh
  • Newly Married Couple


    Start married life by spending time with your new spouse on a honeymoon far from the hustle and bustle of life. With self-catering you can decide when and what you eat and dine at nearby restaurants. Choose from the likes of:

  • A  tranquil forest lodge.
  • A secluded loch-side converted boathouse.
  • A plush glamping yurt.
  • A charming countryside cottage, perfect for walks in the great outdoors.

    There are a great range of luxury hotels, exclusive venues and private apartments where you can experience true relaxation together. Why not consider:

  • Special honeymoon hotel suites with sumptuous décor and excellent views of lochs, glens or nearby islands.
  • Properties with luxury facilities such as hot tubs, private terraces and four poster beds.
  • Accommodation offering romantic extras such as wine, chocolates and flowers for your arrival.
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    antic extras such as wine, chocolates and flowers for your arrival.

  • Hotels with fine dining, room service, and onsite health spas for ultimate indulgencies.
  • Older Family of 6

    The Scottish Highlands are known by the locals as simply The Highlands. An inspiring region of magnificent mountains, enchanting lochs and sandy beaches, the Scottish Highlands is the rugged northern and north-western portion of Scotland.

    This is the Scotland conjured up by visions of tartan, kilts, Bonnie Prince Charlie and all.

    The city of Inverness is generally regarded to be the capital of the Highlands. Outside the main cities, the sights are subtle, but the misty glens, brooding countryside castles, and warm culture are plenty engaging. Whether toasting with beer, whisky, or a can of Irn-Bru soda, senior travelers will enjoy meeting the Scottish people.

    Seniors Meet History & Battlefields 

    The Highlands make up a beautiful and inspiring region with a fascinating history and ancient landscapes. The hills, glens, wild coastline of Scotland’s Highlands and Islands offer the ultimate escape – one of the last corners of Europe where seniors can discover genuine solitude.

    Explore famous lochs, breathtaking beaches and magnificent glens. Witness battlefields and ancient monuments, admire local arts and crafts, and marvel at the beauty of a remarkable range of wildlife.

    Castles, Loch Ness And Hiking Adventure

    Senior visitors can explore castles and visit museums, take a boat trip or train ride. The famous Loch Ness is situated in the highlands. If you’d like something more adventurous, you might try a hiking tour amid the velvet hills and craggy peaks of Scotland’s western edge.  Saints and kings have passed through the area, clans and armies have clashed, and poets and rebels have sought refuge.


    Assessment task 3 Role Play
    Last updated: Feb 2024

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