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hi all - haven't read through whole thread, but maybe some of you could help. am thinking of going to uk this spring or summer, and was wondering if any of you know of good places to stay that are not too expensive. not looking for hostels. more along the lines of rented flats, b 'n bs, and that sort of thing. hotels are fine too if reasonable.

we'd probably go to edinburgh, then rent car, drive up to highlands, so maybe stay in inverness - or other suggestions? and maybe come back along coast, through aberdeen, back to edinburgh.

any thoughts/ideas you guys have would be soooo welcome. thanks & cheers.  cheers
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hi all - haven't read through whole thread, but maybe some of you could help. am thinking of going to uk this spring or summer, and was wondering if any of you know of good places to stay that are not too expensive. not looking for hostels. more along the lines of rented flats, b 'n bs, and that sort of thing. hotels are fine too if reasonable.

we'd probably go to edinburgh, then rent car, drive up to highlands, so maybe stay in inverness - or other suggestions? and maybe come back along coast, through aberdeen, back to edinburgh.

any thoughts/ideas you guys have would be soooo welcome. thanks & cheers.  cheers
Hi Janet

Sorry for any delay in responding but I've only just noticed this thread was active again.  I very glad you've decided to pay Scotland visit and hope it will be a very enjoyable one.

I think you'll find this website helpful as it has a wealth of information about Scotland specially compiled for visitors - http://www.visitscotland.com/  Just click on the five categories in the boxes at the top of the page.

I've sent you a PM as well with the same info in case you don't pick up on this post.
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thanks aileen; have had a quick look at the site just now and it looks very useful. i really appreciate the help! Smile
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Hi Janet

I used booking.com for my hotel accommodation in Scotland and Ireland.  You can set limits on what you want to spend and it comes up with the hotels within that limit.  It also shows them on a map of the area, so you can see exactly where you are staying Very Happy  There are other filters you can add, to narrow down your choice.  Happy travels!
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thanks bevc... i'll check it out today! Smile

anyone know of decent places to stay in london??  Think
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