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First Time to Scotland: Need help with where to go on West Coast

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I will be in Scotland for 3 days after visiting London at the end of August. This will be my first time to the country and I am at a loss for where to really begin.

After looking at multiple website, I think I have it narrowed to Glasgow and the western coast. I think the Highlands area is beautiful but wonder if I have enough time to really make it worth going that far north. (We would travel from London on Monday morning and have to be back in London no later than Thursday morning for a flight back to the US.)

I would appreciate ANY suggestions on places to visit on the west coast, accommodations, train tips, etc. I would enjoy seeing the countryside, coastlines, castles, etc. Not so much a fan of museums. Good places to eat would be appreciative as well. Don't mind walking/hiking adventures.

Thanks! (BTW, younger couple traveling with no children, no set plans on hiring a car)

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