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Private Minibus Tour to the Highlands and West Coast from Glasgow
"Leave Glasgow and you'll drive past Stirling Castle (from the motorway) into the countryside and past Doune Castle - a well preserved 14th century Castle set amid lovely Stirlingshire countryside.Hear the exciting history of the medieval castle and residents. Doune Castle is the atmospheric stand-in for the fictional Castle Leoch in the TV show Outlander and has also been used as a film location f you'll stop for a photo at Kilchurn Castle settled on the banks of Loch Awe; this is one of the most photographed castles in Scotland often used in calendars and numerous other promotional material.Next you'll travel northwest to Inverary (17th Century); in this picturesque town you will have time to enjoy lunch and perhaps visit the jail or castle (featured in Downtown Abbey).On departing Inverary
From GBP425.00
 
Private Minibus Tour to the Highlands and West Coast from Glasgow
"Leave Glasgow and you'll drive past Stirling Castle (from the motorway) into the countryside and past Doune Castle - a well preserved 14th century Castle set amid lovely Stirlingshire countryside.Hear the exciting history of the medieval castle and residents. Doune Castle is the atmospheric stand-in for the fictional Castle Leoch in the TV show Outlander and has also been used as a film location f you'll stop for a photo at Kilchurn Castle settled on the banks of Loch Awe; this is one of the most photographed castles in Scotland often used in calendars and numerous other promotional material.Next you'll travel northwest to Inverary (17th Century); in this picturesque town you will have time to enjoy lunch and perhaps visit the jail or castle (featured in Downtown Abbey).On departing Inverary
From GBP425.00
 
West Highland Lochs and Castles Small Group Day Trip from Edinburgh
"Board a 16-passenger luxury minivan in central Edinburgh in the morning and set off on a journey toward the Scottish Highlands. Traveling west first make a photo stop at Stirling Castle once known as the 'Key to Scotland.' It was here that William Wallace — immortalized by Mel Gibson in the film Braveheart — defeated the English army in 1297.Continue to the fantastic medieval stronghold of Doune Castle. Built for the Duke of the castle is still in remarkable condition. You may recognize it from the famous film Monty Python and The Holy Grail or the more recent Outlander TV series based on the books by Diana Gabaldon.Leave the rolling farmlands behind and venture into the wild forests and dramatic mountains of the Scottish Highlands. Hear the story of the ‘Scottish Robin Hood’ in the Braes of Balquhidder the final resting place of Highland outlaw Rob Roy MacGregor. Wind your way through the Breadalbane mountains stopping for lunch (own expense)
From GBP41.00

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Argyll Hotel pub

This pub offers wonderful service....Wendy and her staff make you feel like a local!! They offer meals from the hotel restaurant. There is a pool table and large screen plasma. A jukebox for music and...
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The George Public Bar

This pub is a mans domain.....at least that is what a local told me. It seems that in the afternoon, early evening this is the place to be for local men. In the late evening this pub is frequented by...
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Inveraray Castle

On my 1st visit to Inveraray on a group tour with Rabbies I decided to pass on visiting the castle as time was short and I either had time for lunch or time for the castle. So when we were going to...
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Inveraray Jail

The construction of the Inveraray Jail began in 1807 but was shelved due to lack of funds. In 1816 the work began again and was completed in 1820. It remained unchanged until 1843 when the Airing...
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Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum consists of two ships which lie in anchor on the shore of the loch. Unfortunately the museum was closed, presumably because it was off season, but the good thing about a museum...
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Celtic Cross

The Celtic Cross that you see nowadays in the centre of the village of Inveraray used to stand in the former village of Inveraray and it dates back to the 14th century. The old village was taken down,...
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King Edward VII

I've been told that to find a King Edward VII postbox is pretty rare. These postboxes were placed when King Edward VII was King, which means these postboxes were placed between 1901-1910. I tried...
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Parish Church

The Inveraray Parish Church was built between 1792 and 1802 in neoclassical style and it absolutely does not look like a church at all. It looks like a greek temple or something similar and you will...
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