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Inveraray Castle, Inveraray
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
Home to the chief of the Campbell clan since the 16th century, Inveraray Castle still houses the 13th Duke's family on two floors. The rooms open to the public are furnished in the Neoclassical style and include glided ornamental detail on the walls and ceilings, chandeliers, and polished furnishings. The highlights are the tapestry room and the duke's coronation robes. The first floor houses a gallery chronicling the Cambell family history and the MacArthur Room, where a ghost is said to haunt the bed. Visit the castle's website to book a discounted ticket in advance. By using our Inveraray trip builder, you can arrange your visit to Inveraray Castle and other attractions in Inveraray.
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We had a tour of the castle and its gorgeous gardens. It was really worth our time. Even the little restaurant at the castle was surprisingly good for a quick lunch. If you are into castles and histor... read more »
The castle is at the end of a fairly long drive, easy walking for fit people. views and gardens are most enjoyable and a prolonged visit is recommended. Rooms in castle full of interesting material us... read more »
Замок герцогов Аргайл находится на Западном Берегу Шотландии неподалеку от самого большого озера страны (Лох Ломонд). Он был построен в XVIII веке в готическом стиле с элементами барокко. Это прямоуго... read more »The castle of the Dukes of Argyll is situated on the western shore of Scotland near the country's largest lake (Loch Lomond). It was built in the 18th century in the Gothic style with Baroque elements. It is a rectangular building with round corner towers. Around him, a beautiful park, the beautiful Scottish scenery. Near Lake (Loch).show original
Beautiful castle. Great to explore and also see the "Downton Abbey" castle.
Lovely castle but £4 per person just to walk the gardens is a bit steep and you cannot bring in dogs even on a lead which meant myself and my wife had to walk the gardens separately.
Spectacular Scottish castle, well worth a visit.
BEAUTIFUL PLACE AND GREAT SERVICE
Very awesome castle loved every min of it defo be bk to share with friends an family xx
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