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Inveraray Castle

Charming Georgian county town Inveraray is a gateway into the Argylls, Highlands & Islands and Loch Lomond. Idyllically situated alongside Loch Fyne, the town has a delightful fairytale feel with its turreted castle, quaint waterfront and wide selection of traditional inns and independent shores. Seafood, namely the Loch Fyne Oysters, are a delicacy here. Sample them in the Loch Fyne Oysters Shop & Restaurant.

A top Scottish attraction, Inveraray Jail & County Court takes visitors on an interactive journey into the crimes, punishments and trials of the past. The jail has achieved some notoriety in recent times for its ghosts - attracting a string of paranormal investigations!

Tour the 'Rapunzel' like Inveraray Castle on the outskirts of the town, a Georgian building and historic home of the Campbell family with a 16 acre garden surround and public tours across the summer season. Other highlights include the unique Arctic Penguin triple masted schooner moored at Inveraray Pier, today home to a maritime heritage exhibition and cafe. Particularly poignant are the collection of Clyde maritime themed artefacts which tell the stories of emigrants forced out of the Argylls by The Clearances. Find places to stay in Inveraray online now.

Accommodation in Inveraray

  • Lochgoilhead   (7.6 miles from the centre of Inveraray)
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  • Strachur   (4.4 miles from the centre of Inveraray)
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  • Lochgoilhead   (7.6 miles from the centre of Inveraray)
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    Overlooking Loch Goil in the Loch Lomond National Park this is a picture postcard setting. One hour north of Glasgow and two hours from Edinburgh. The hotel is part of the Drims...
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