My friend had points with RCI, basically a timeshare. We flew into Edinburgh and had arranged for transportation to the castle. It is a castle though we did not stay in it. Instead we were in a little bungalow or "villa". It was very nice. 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. Fresh towels on Tuesdays. It is in the country and within walking distance of the town for which it is named. There is another town within walking distance and a bus does run semi regularly by the castle. If you want to stay connected to your business, don't try to do it here. Internet is inconsistent and wireless connections are unheard of. There was a possibility of wireless at one of the towns, but they weren't sure. Wifi was found in St. Andrews at a little cafe. You pay for electricity if you are staying there. There is a little store with limited hours, but you may purchase things in town. When we were there at the beginning of Fall, it was a little chilly, but usually quite nice and not too much rain. I quite enjoyed myself. I went to the traditional dinner. It was full of fun. There was dancing and we all had the opportunity to try haggis, if we so desired. I thought the people were quite nice and seemed to be helpful. I would go back again.
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