My wife and 16 year old son are planning a trip to the U.K. next summer and are trying to choose a route that helps us see a lot, yet not be stuck in a car for 14 days.
We would like to see St. Andrews, if not to play golf, at least to see the birthplace of the sport. Obviously, we want to spend a few days in London on the front and back end of our trip. We would also like to see Stonehenge, the Cotswolds, etc... I know these are widely spread locations, so we're trying decide what not to miss and still see at least a small portion of Scotland, along with some of the more rural areas of England. We are also trying to decide transportation. Is it better to take the train from London to Edinburgh and then rent a car to travel a circuitous route back to London?
Any help suggestions, would be welcome! Thanks!