Castle House Museum is a historic building set in gardens opposite Dunoon Pier. The Castle House itself was built by Lord Provost James Ewing of Glasgow in 1820’s on the site Read more [...]
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Carrick Castle dates back to the 12th Century and sits up high on a rocky outcrop on the shores of Loch Goil in Argyll. You can walk there if you’re feeling Read more [...]
Ardkinglas Woodland Gardens are part of the estate of Ardkinglas House which stands on the shores of Loch Fyne in Argyll with an imposing backdrop of forest and mountains. The Read more [...]
The Campbeltown Cross is a medieval cross located in the centre of Campbeltown in Argyll. The cross has some fine medieval carving, with Celtic designs, dates from around 1380. The Read more [...]
The Inveraray Maritime Museum includes the Arctic Penguin, a 3-masted Schooner built in 1911. The history of the Western Seaboard brought to life, On-board cinema with breathtaking archive film where Read more [...]
The Cathedral Church of St Columba is in Oban on the shores of the bay. It was originally built out of corrugated iron as a temporary solution but actually stood Read more [...]
Castle Stalker is on its own island 25 miles north of Oban on the west coast of Scotland. It’s a romantic looking castle with the mood of the water surrounding Read more [...]
Ascog Fernery and garden is part of Ascog Hall. Ascog Hall is renown for the Victorian fernery and most beautiful, fairytale gardens on the Isle of Bute. This is a Read more [...]