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Inveraray castle Scotland

One of Scotland’s best-known stately homes, Inveraray Castle dates back to 1720. Standing proudly on the shores of Loch Fyne in Argyll, it was built by the Duke of Argyll and remains the seat of the historic Campbell clan to this day.

Built out of greyish-green turreted stone complete with spires on the four corner turrets, this castle is one of the earliest examples of Gothic revival architecture. Set within extensive grounds, guests can enjoy wonderful walks in the formal gardens and woodlands and along the bank of the Loch.

In contrast to the Gothic exterior, inside the castle is neoclassical (think the elegance of classical Greek and Roman homes). There’s an impressive State dining room perfect for lavish banquets, whilst in the drawing room you can find specially commissioned Beauvais tapestries. There’s an armoury – notable for having the highest ceiling in Scotland – which showcases a dazzling array of old weaponry, alongside a music turret and library.

With six sophisticated double bedrooms, many of which boast four-poster beds, Inveraray Castle will have you feeling like nothing short of nobility.


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