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Scotland Off the Beaten Path Suggestions Requested

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Greetings fellow travelers! My husband and I will be in Scotland late August to mid September. We’ll see Edinburgh and Glasgow, then we’re doing the West Highland Way. We seem to be overwhelmed by choices regarding what to do next. The plan currently is to pick up a rental car in Inverness and spend the remainder of our trip (about a week) driving around, and we'll eventually need to get back to Edinburgh. For this trip, we’re drawn to places that are remote and beautiful, with opportunities for comfortable places to stay and really good food. The Albannach Inn in Lochinver is really yelling at me. If we go to that area, we’ll also check out Loch Assynt and Ardvreck Castle (I’m a McLeod). We’re intrigued by taking a ferry to an island, but I’m not sure if our time would be better spent in another area (Cairngorms?). It’s hard to tell from books and websites where we can go to get away from the hustle and bustle. I welcome any and all suggestions. Thanks!

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