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Input Needed for Great Britian & Ireland Trip

Dreaming of returning to Great Britian this summer for approximately 18-20 days. Previously visited some major London sights, Bath, Stonehenge, Stratford, Cotswolds, Chester, Conwy and loved it all. Have never been to Scotland or Ireland. Would like to include the following cities below (and looking for input on order and best mode of transportation (train/car) post-London that doesn't require tons of walking. Will stay at B&Bs.
3 nights London (Hampton Court, National Gallery, Albert & Victoria Museum, St. Paul's)
2 nights York
(view Hadrian's Wall and museum)
2 nights Edinburgh
2-3 nights North Wales (Betws-y-Coed,Bleggert,Caernafon,Blaenau Ffestiniog,Ruthin)
Take ferry from Holyhead to Dublin (or fly from?)
2 nights Dublin
2 nights Dingle
Need suggestions where to stay for 5 or so nights in additional picturesque villages ee(e.g.,Ireland/Scotland) on the route. Thank you.

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