Long time reader and user - first time poster
We are planning a trip to Ireland, Scotland and London in May
The trip is 17 days divided like this:
7.5 days Ireland
4.5 days Scotland
5 days London
Ireland was a joy to plan and I have already booked hotels and decided the route and sights we're going to visit.
Scotland is a bit of a problem since there are not many things that are close to eachother and more of a 2-5 hours drive which make things a-bit hard to add into a 4 day tour.
This is the route I have planned, please tell me if its doable and shouldn't be chaged
Landing in EDI airport at 11:10AM + renting a car
driving to the Forth Rail Bridge > The Falkirk Wheel > Stirling Castle
This will be the point where we end our day and drive to the hotel\b&b so we decided since its still afternoon we can drive up to 4 hours extra - Sleeping near Eilean Donan
Morning day 1: Isle of Skye > Scottish Highlands > Loch Ness + sleeping near Loch Ness
Morning day 2: Ben Nevis > Glencoe > Loch Fyne + sleeping near Loch Fyne (if we wont get to Loch Fyne in time yesterday we'll do it in day 4)
Morning day 4: Edinburgh Castle > Scottish Parliament Building > Palace of Holyroodhouse > St Margaret's Loch > Arthur's Seat and if we have enough time: Royal Yacht Britannia
*** The flight to London is at 17:55 so we have enough time that day to travel
Do you think this is the best route possible for those following sights?
Have I missed anything along the way?