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Scotland: Which way to Skye and where to eat enroute?

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On our trip to Scotland in late June/early July, we will drive from Nairn to Skye (4+hours). Right now we're planning to go the sourthern route via Loch Ness, with some brief stops along the way (Castle Urquhart, Eilean Donan...). Do you have suggestions on where to stop enroute for lunch? Fiddler's is the name that keeps coming up. Is that the best bet or are there others to consider? Does not have to be fancy, but should be good.

Would you detour to stop at Plockton before going over the bridge? I am a little leary of adding yet more driving to the day. Unless the view of Skye is so awesome that we shouldn't miss it.

The other alternative is to go the more scenic northern route w/ a stop in Plockton.

We're headed to The Spoons for our B&B. Will stop in Portree for an early dinner. The Harborview is closed on Monday and our hostess has suggested Sea Breezes. Thoughts? Recommendations? Thanks all!!!

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