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Scotland question

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I have gone back through many trip reports and I am still researching and taking notes before I ask too many questions.

I do have one question to help me get started. We (me, DH, and sweet mother) are going to spend 17 nights in Scotland next summer:):):). I am trying to plan the route and start looking at lodging. We are planning (all tentative right now) on leaving Edinburgh after 3 nights and heading toward Skye. I was thinking of stopping overnight somewhere but Pitlochry seems too close. Are there any suggestions? Inverarry, Ft. William or just head on over to Skye? Or, any other suggestions?

I was thinking of 3 nights in Skye before we head down the coast visiting Mull, Oban and Islay.(staying several nights in each place). I am trying to minimize too much driving time as this is a little hard on my sweet mother - she is very fit and is able to do most of the walks we plan but riding is hard on her.

I should also note that we love to visit museums, we all like scotch, castles, short hikes, great food. I really do appreciate any advice!

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