Isle of Bute
The Isle of Bute affords a host of relaxing walks and scenic vistas. Mount Stuart, a stately home, is a popular attraction. Like the nearby Isle of Arran , the Isle of Bute was a Victorian holiday favorite convenient for Glaswegians.
Rothesay, a faded but appealing resort, is the main town, and some of its ornate Victorian architecture is striking. In the old Victorian village of Wemyss Bay there's ferry service to the island. The many handsome buildings, especially the station, are a reminder of the grandeur and style of a century ago.
POINTS OF INTEREST
Bute's biggest draw is spectacular Mount Stuart, ancestral home of the marquesses of Bute. The massive Victorian Gothic palace, built…Learn More >