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Driving through the UK

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I will be landing at heathrow by noon on Friday 20th May. Intend to stay overnight in London, then on Saturday rent a car and drive through the UK. My tentative route is Stonehenge - Bath - Chatsworth - York - Windermere - Keswick - Edinburgh - Inverness - Portree - London. i have two weeks.

I was thinking of doing a combination of car and train - maybe take the car in London, drop it off at either Keswick or Edinburg - take a train to Inverness, rent a car again for locations around Inverness/Skye and then take a train back from Inverness to London. Any suggestions of what would be the best way to plan this

Also, if I am just staying one night in London, what would be the most convenient location to stay / a convenient car rental location in terms of being able to easily get out of the city the next morning.

I am not from UK but am used to driving on the UK side of the road - so that is not a problem

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