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Inveraray & Minard 

Inveraray is a beautiful county town in a truly memorable setting on Loch Fyne’s shores. It’s home to Inveraray Castle, and ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll, who founded the town in 1745. Top attractions also include the Inveraray Jail, one of Scotland’s top visitor attractions.

Inveraray, the gateway to the Highlands and Islands. It offers access to national parks, mountains, glorious gardens and beautiful islands. Explore historic sites including castles and monuments where stories of Scotland’s turbulent past will entertain you. Take to the seas for breath-taking seascapes and marine life including porpoises and dolphins. You can even visit Inveraray’s famous Whisky Shop and taste our national drink.
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Inveraray & Minard
Newton Cottage South Newton Cottage South
Sleeps: 2 - 4  -  From: £195 for 3 nights  -  Area: Inveraray
Newton Cottage South is full of history, character and charm, built around 1850 in the picturesque village of Inveraray. Beautifully restored offering breathtaking loch views, perfect for a romantic retreat or a family holiday. Sleeps 4.
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Barr Cottage Barr Cottage
Sleeps: 2 - 4  -  From: £309  -  Area: Minard, Inverary
Barr Cottage is a steading conversion at Barr Farm on a ridge overlooking Loch Fyne to the West of Minard. It offers fabulous views down the Loch and to the hills and mountains beyond. It has been refurbished recently to a very high standard. Sleep 4.
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Newton Cottage North Newton Cottage North
Sleeps: 1 - 4  -  From: £195 for a 3 night stay  -  Area: Inverarary
With its breathtaking views across Loch Fyne to the Arrochar Alps, Newton Cottage North is located within a short walking distance of Inveraray, a historic Scottish town.

With a pedigree dating back to the 1850s, and previously owned by the Duke of Argyll, the cottage is part of the town’s conservation area and stands alongside an interesting range of period properties.
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