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May probably best but the heather blooms now(ish).

 

What is the visitor looking for -- castles, wildlife, scenery, whisky, culture, fishing, etc?

 

You can drive, walk, kayak. Weather is everything.

 

West coast more interesting than east. If you haven't been Edinburgh is a must.

 

Do some islands. Ferry to Arran, walk up Goat Fell, then onward to Islay and Mull of Kintyre. Isle of Mull and Iona. Isle of Skye.

 

Skye has wonderful restaurants -- Isle Ornsay and Three Chimneys.

 

Take a drive from Tarbert through Lorne to Oban. Be sure to visit Crinan.

 

Take a seaplane ride from Loch Lomond.

 

etc. etc.

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Tell them they can stay in the caravan in my garden for 2 weeks in exchange for an Easy lift Harness :001_smile:

 

 

 

What is the visitor looking for -- castles, wildlife, scenery, whisky, culture, fishing, etc?

 

All of the above available here! There's defiantly some culture growing in the caravan

 

 

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We did Lands end to John o groats this summer and visited Edinburgh a few days before the fringe. We will get back up for the fringe one day but there was still a lot going on. We also travelled that little bit further to dunnets head just to lay claim to being the most northly family on mainland Britain just for a few minutes. The one thing we found was how big scotland is we covered about 1000 miles back and forth Glasgow,Loch Lomond,Loch Ness,Cairngorms Ben Nevis etc but there are no motorways so takes a lot longer to get around that said the scenery is great if not the weather, we went in August but had no problem with midges, but it was blowing a gale most days. Really glad we did it though.

 

Cheers Chris

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