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3 seniors to do Scotland

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We are 3 senior citizens (we're old) looking to do Scotland in 14-21 days in July-August. We will probably look at airbnb and VRBO for places to stay in addition to hotels if necessary. We want to take in the festival in Edinburgh. What other places should we look at as far as places to stay that would be good places to visit and take day trips from. The less driving the better. A short flight to another location is acceptable. Any suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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