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Brightwater Holidays - feedback, anyone?

We are considering a 3 night tour with Brightwater Holidays called "Scenic Scottish Railways" in September.
Day 1 - Aviemore, Strathspey Railway - Broomhill
Accommodation at the Highland Hotel, Strathpeffer
Day 2 - Dingwall - Wick - Helmsdale - Georgemas Junction - Thurso
Day 3 - Dingwall - Kyle of Lochalsh - Dingwall
Day 4 - Dingwall - Fort William - Jacobite Steam Train - Mallaig

Any feedback about this tour company or this itinerary would be most appreciated. Alternatively, any recommendations for rail tours of 3-5 days in the highlands / islands would be welcomed. My husband is actually quite interested in the far north which is why we are considering this particular itinerary but we are open to any suggestions and would like to see as much of Scotland as we can by rail and prefer a tour rather than juggling details on our own.

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