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Trip to Scotland 2018: Campbeltown and Edinburgh

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  • Thinking of taking first trip next year. Would like to stay in Campbell town. My Grandmas Grandmother was a McEachen from Kilchenzie. Would like to know best way to get there, around there, and where to do some research on the family. Also, would like to stay in Edinburgh. All the suggestion the better. Who would be the best travel agency to go Through! Any and all knowledge welcomed.
  • VisitScotlandAngelaVisitScotlandAngela Member, Moderator, VisitScotland Staff
    Hi @McConnell

    Welcome to the community!  I have moved your post into this discussion so that more people will see it.  I'm sure you will get lots of great advice from the community to help plan your visit next year!  :)

    I visited Campbeltown a few years ago and was amazed by the scenery along the Kintyre Penninsula - it was just beautiful.  Scottish Citylink operate buses between Glasgow and Campbeltown, passing through Kilchenzie so if you are travelling by pubic transport this might be a good option for you.  Also, have a look at this section of our website - it has some great information on how to begin researching your family history! :)
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