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Castle Lodging Ideas near Glencoe

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We are almost finished planning our May 2014 Scotland trip, but need help with the last night of lodging. All other nights we are staying in B&Bs in the 100 pound per room per night range. For this last night, we would like to splurge. ("Splurge" to us means 150 - 250 per night.) We will be in the Glencoe / Loch Lomand area and want to find something like a castle or mansion. We tried Glencoe House, which looked wonderful, but the rates were 300 per night. Out of our range. Does anyone have any other ideas? We are considering Glenfinnan House, which had OK reviews on TA. But we were hoping for something more grand.
Maybe my budget and my fantasy does not match?
Thank you for your help.

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