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Driving from Culzean Castle to Bamburgh

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We will have 1 1/2 to 2 1/2 days to drive from an overnight (not yet determined) near Culzean Castle to our rental in Bamburgh.

Would like to stay off the A69 and A1 which Google picks as the the fastest route.

Moniaive is mentioned in an article I read as a small village in a scenic area.

I think we will visit Melrose Castle and Sir Walter Scott's House on a day trip from Bamburgh, so that is not a priority.

Looking for goprgeous scenery, maybe a few small stops, a nice place to stay near Maybole and another along the way. (And yummy pubs or dinner spots!)

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