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Springbank Cottage - The Isle of Bute

Click here for an article in the Guardian newspaper, 1st October 2016, about the Isle of Bute.

Port Bannantyne

Rothesay and ferry

Scalpsie Bay
Rothesay castle
Rothesay from castle
Rothesay from castle

St Blane's Chapel

Ettrick Bay

View from Port Ballantyne

South end of island

Rothesay town from harbour

The Waverley at Rothesay

Ettrick Bay

This sheltered island, with its temperate climate offers flora and wildlife in abundance as well as dramatic coastlines, unspoilt beaches and stunning scenery

Deer, pheasant, otter, geese, seals and eagles can frequently be seen.

Historical sites include:

Recreational activities include:

Festivals thoughout 2018 include:-

More Bute events are listed online at: http//www.isleofbutetrust.org/bute-calendar/

Throughout the summer, the "Waverly" paddle steamer calls at Rothesay.

Travel and holiday information is available from www.visitbute.com