Things to see and do - Inveraray
Inveraray Travel guide
Inveraray : Michelin's recommendations
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
Main Street GB - Inveraray PA32 8TU
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..
Church Square GB - Inveraray PA32 8TX
The exhibition illustrates the harsh living conditions in a 19C prison, cases being heard in a courtroom and the severe punishments inflicted on prisoners.
Argyll Estates Office. Cherrypark GB - Inveraray PA32 8XE
The exterior remains a good example of Gothic Revival , in spite of 19C alterations (dormers and conical roofs). The façades are adorned with Gothic windows and a tiered keep rises above the roof line. The 5th Duke refurbished the interiors in neo-C..
Front Street GB - Inveraray PA32 8XB
On the Banks of Loch Fyne, The Argyll Hotel 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 The Argyll Restaurant and The Argyll Bar, both ..
Shore Street GB - Inveraray PA32 8XT
The Loch Fyne Hotel & Spa enjoys wonderful views across the Loch Fyne to the Cowal Hills. Offering en suite rooms, the Fyne Hotel boasts a swimming pool and spa. Fresh sea food and locally sourced produce is available at the Fyne Bistro and Clansman..