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Driving from Edinburgh to Portree

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We've never visited Scotland before let alone drive there. We are American visiting Scotland for one week and London for another. Our plan right now it to land in Edinburgh and stay for a couple of days. Take trip to Skye and stay in Portree for two night then return to Edinburgh for a couple more days. We will take the train from Edinburgh to London and then stay there for the second week. Please help me plan my trip. From Edinburgh to Skye the hubby wants to drive. Kids want to ride the Jacobite train from Fort William to Mallign. Then ferry to Skye. Is this reasonable to do in one day? What's the best route? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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