This the pale, baronial castle, hidden amid the dark green trees,
appears almost as a vision from a fairy-tale. Seat of the Duke
of Argyll, chief of the
Clan Campbell, the original castle was
rebuilt, together with the town in the mid-eighteenth century.
The present Duke of Argyll lives here with his wife Eleanor who is a descendant of the Cadbury chocolate dynasty.
The castle is open to visitors daily during the summer season (1 April - 31 October) from 10am, last entry 5pm. Tearoom, toilets and gift shop. 16 acres of grounds. Free access to the woodland walks.
For prices and opening times of the castle, visit the official web site: www.inveraray-castle.com.