Things to see and do - Inveraray
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Inveraray Travel guide
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The whitewashed town lies on the shores of Loch Fyne and only a short distance from its castle. The original seat of Clan Campbell (15C) and its village were moved in the 18C. Further to a new settlement plan, the village was rebuilt at a distance, on the instructions of the 3rd Duke of Argyll. The waterfront giving onto the loch is superb; at the pier is moored a three-masted schooner which only adds to the scenic beauty of the place.
Tourist attractions Inveraray : Things to see and do
The outside architecture remains a good example of Gothic Revival in spite of later alterations (dormers and conical roofs). The façades are adorned with Gothic windows and the central keep rises above the roof line. The 5th Duke refurbished the inte..
Strachur - Argyll
Loch Fyne, a beautiful long sea loch, stretches from the Argyll mountains to the ocean north of the Isle of Arran. It is surrounded by magnificent wild mountain scenery. Over one hundred years ago, this immense stretch of water was the scene of a hig..
The 10th Duke built this tower as a war memorial to the members of the Campbell Clan who died in the war. Ten bells, each named after a Celtic saint, ring out the chimes regularly. St Mund, the patron saint of the Campbell Clan is number three. 176 s..
Shore Street GB - Inveraray PA32 8XT
Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa enjoys wonderful views across Loch Fyne to the Cowal Hills. Offering en suite rooms, the hotel boasts a swimming pool and spa. Fresh sea food and locally sourced produce is available at the Clansman Restaurant. Local Fyne Ales ..
Front Street GB - Inveraray PA32 8XB
On the Banks of Loch Fyne, Inveraray Inn is just 5 minutes’ walk from both Inveraray Castle and Inveraray Jail, and offers a bar, restaurant, free Wi-Fi and free parking. Local Produce is offered in Inveraray Inn which benefits from freshly prepared..