Inveraray


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Inveraray

(ˌɪnvəˈrɛərɪ)
n
(Placename) a town in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute: Inveraray Castle is the seat of the Dukes of Argyll. Pop: about 700 (2001)
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It will be on show at the Argyll Festival of Performance in Inveraray in June, the first time it has visited Scotland.
The latest toff to host a classic car event is the Duke of Argyll who will be throwing open the doors of his ancestral pile, Inveraray Castle, on June 2-3 next year for the inaugural Argyll Festival of Performance.
Penelope also boards the royal yacht Britannia and visits Inveraray Castle, where she meets the Master of the Royal Household of Scotland.
Eleanor Argyll, Duchess of Argyll, hosts the popular Best Of The West festival on the West Coast of Scotland in September in the grounds of the beautiful Inveraray Castle.
Inveraray Castle in Argyll | Inveraray Castle in Argyll
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Four nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Single journey on the Strathspey Steam Railway Single journey on the West Highland Line Single journey on the Kyle Line Visit to a Whisky distillery Great Highland Railways 20 July & 21 September 2014 5 days from PS369 See the spectacular scenery of Loch Fyne, the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula and the iconic Inveraray Castle.
Contract Notice: Inveraray CARS Scheme is an exciting project, which seeks to revitalise key buildings within the Inveraray conservation area by offering grants to property owners to assist with the cost of making structural and external repairs to their historic buildings.
Price includes Private coach travel from your local area Three nights' stay with three course evening meal & cooked breakfast Two fully guided walks in the New Forest Visits to Salisbury and Winchester Loch Fyne, the Isle of Bute and Kintyre 13 April 2014 5 days from PS369 The spectacular scenery of Loch Fyne, the beautiful Kintyre Peninsula and the iconic Inveraray Castle.
See the spectacular scenery of Loch Fyne, wander the iconic Inveraray Castle, discover the wild and beautiful landscape of the Kintyre Peninsula, and visit the peaceful haven of the Isle of Bute.
Lily James must have felt at home when she shot Downton Abbey at Inveraray Castle – because the young star's family roots are in Scotland.
And she's left puffing and blowing by another excursion, this time involving cabertossing at Inveraray, the site of the annual Highland Games.