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Small towns in Scotland recommended for two nights?

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Hi, planning our first trip to Scotland in May 2016 and hoping for a few suggestions of quaint small towns in Scotland for an overnight or two? We know we'll do Edinburgh for 3 nights, and would like to go to the Inverness area of the Highlands but I we like spending time and staying in smaller villages when we travel as well. Anyone have an favorites that have B&B's or cottage rental options? Thank you! (I fully understand Scotland is a big country but I'm hoping someone will have a village or two they stopped in on their travels and have always wanted to go back to). THANKS!

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