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My husband and I have four days to explore Scotland in April. We are planning on flying into Edinburgh and staying there overnight, with the last night there also. That leaves two days to try to look around. We had thought of driving to for William for one night, and Inverness for the second, before heading back to Edinburgh. Alternatively, to drive via fort William to Invernessstaying there two nights, then back to Edinburgh. Can anyone suggest a plan. We aren't familiar with the terrain.
Don't mind meandering and stopping on a day trip to Inverness, but am worried that the driving leg is too long.
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Should we be looking at other destinations. Thanks for any advice from Australia. OK, take this with a small grain of salt, as I haven't been to Scotland yet, but have done a lot of planning for my trip.
Ballater is in the middle of the "Royal Deeside". Many very nice castles to visit, including Balmoral Queen's summer homeCrathes, Drum, Frasier, Craigievar and others. Too much to do in 2 days. You've also got plenty of scenery, nice walks lookup Mar Lodge Estates or Loch Muick which gives you a walking opportunity up the back of the Balmoral estate.
OR after Glamis, south thru Dundee to St. Andrews and down the coast line to the Firth of Forth Bridge and Edinburgh. Visit Stirling Castle and then maybe Inchmahome Priory yr old religious ruins out on an islandthen set yourself up a base in Callender or Killin or somewhere in between. Spend the better part of the 2 days relaxing in a nice old village and visiting the many Lochs in the area Lomond, Katrine, Earn, Tay, etc Stop to have a look at Aberdour Castle. This doesn't figure in the tourist guide books and gets few visitors. Aim to be here when it opens at 9. At Kirkcaldy take A along the coast to Buckhaven where you pick up A which trickles round through all the small fishing villages to St Andrews.
This is a small University town with glorious beaches, ruined castle do go and find the mine and countermine and ruined cathedral. Plan on your first overnight around Perth. Check your watch and see if you have time to visit Loch Leven Castle on a small island in the middle of Loch Leven. You will need to be there for about 3.
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Next day - if you didn't have time to do Loch Leven yesterday, do it first thing this morning. From Perth you want to pick up A9. HAve a stop to look at the pretty small town of Dunkeld with its ruined abbey. Just after Dunkeld you will see a off A9 to The Hermitage. This is a beautiful area of woodland with footpaths to waterfalls.
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Park up and stretch your legs for an hour. Back in the car and A9. From now on it is scenery, scenery, scenery At Ballinluig take A which takes you through Aberfeldy. About miles beyond Aberfeldy look for a for Croftmoraig Stone Circle which is close by the road. It's not in the same league as Stonehenge but never the less is worth a quick stop.
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It is then M9 back to Edinburgh This route will give you a good mix of different scenery, several castles and not too much driving, so you have time to stop and enjoy Cupar different places. There is attractive 4 hours driving on the first day. A bit less the second day. Thanks Kevin and Eleanor. I definitely get the picture that Inverness is a bit too ambitious for a relaxing two day tour.
What do you think of a loop from Edinburgh to callander overnight staythen via fort William to pitlochry for another night before returning to Edinburgh? Not too far? I gather this doesn't quite reach the highlands, but thought it might get close without making the drive too much of a seek.
It also depends on the route. Are you thinking Loch Lomond? This will allow you to put in some miles later in the day and trade miles from the 2nd day into the 1st. You might consider staying in Killin instead of Callender which trades a few miles. It really depends on what you have planned for each day. Most attraction hours are around to I like the idea of putting in you miles before of after these hours. I would suggest that you travel from Edinburgh to Stirling on the M9, which is only about one hour's drive.
Stirling Castle is well worth a visit - Braveheart and all that - the next best in Scotland fling Edinburgh. If you left Edinburgh at Balloch is right at the south end of Loch Lomond you could possibly stop there for lunch. If you do so and set off up the very scenic west side of Loch Lomond on the A82 at about It would take about 2.
Next day you could continue on the A82 to Inverness if you really want to see it.
It would take you little more than an hour and a half. If you leave at about Aviemore is a the major tourist centre in the highlands so restaurants and accommodation is plentiful. You could stay the night there or head on to somewhere like Pitlochrywhich is also very nice and not much more than hour's drive away. Next day you could continue on the A9 to our Perth where you could have lunch and perhaps do a bit of exploring and site seeing. The journey from Perth to Edinburgh on the M90 motorway only takes about an hour so you could take a more scenic route.
Perth and Perthshire is very nice by the way. This route takes in some of the most beautiful and spectacular scenery in Scotland and it is not too frantic for you. If you look at the route I sent you it does cover quite a bit of you want to do but the other way round.
It doesn't go as far as Fort William Is this a must see? The A cuts off west about 5 miles before Pitlochryso you could easily include this if you wanted. The A isn't as fast but it will probably be quieter. Scenically it is good and you drive along the southern part of the highlands along Loch Tay. You need to decide how long you want to spend in the car and how much time you want to allow to potter and enjoy the scenery. Planning the route from Edinburgh via kirkcaldy to pitlochry for first night. Will aim for somewhere near callander for second night maybe on near loch achray if anywhere to stay near there.
Are we really missing out if we don't go to loch lommond or fort William? I like the water, and 'loch' sounds exotic, so happy to see as many as possible and will probably try to find accommodation near at least one. No real must see's on the trip, just hoping to see the country without missing anything really good. Really appreciate your advice. Aa route planner is fabulous even better if I could make my laptop actually print it today. Thank you all for your advice. PS: I think I'm going to freeze.
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No because you will be seeing so many other beautiful bits of Scotland. As driving distances are less you can relax and take your time on the drive and enjoy the scenery. The stretch along Loch Tay is really good and the Trossachs around Callender are nice too. I am biased but I would say that you should try to see Loch Lomondwhich is the most beautiful Loch in Scotland and IMO one of the most beautiful places in the World. Many people coming to Scotland want to go to Loch Ness because they have heard of the monster but it is actually pretty boring scenery wise. The above link was a Google image search for Loch Lomond.
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