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Last 2 days in Scotland

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On our last 2-1/2 days in Scotland (having done the Borders, Edinburgh and the Northwest) we will be coming down from Loch Torridon area with two nights left. We will not yet have seen Stirling area nor Perthshire. Not sure which to pick or whether we should do two separate nights or stay in one hotel and base for the extra day?
Would someone recommend driving distances and options for overnight? I am a little gun shy of biting off too much driving or booking a hotel and missing something.
The forums on Scotland have been so great. Thank you to all who have posted.

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