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The weather in Inveraray
Find the Inveraray climate diagram. This year, July will have higher average temperatures. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is September.
Holiday cottages in Inveraray for a relaxing west coast break
Scotland's west coast is known for stunning scenery and sea lochs, and on Loch Fyne you'll find Inveraray, one of Argyll's prettiest towns. Visitors can choose from a holiday cottage in the glens or coast surrounding the town, or a town centre holiday letting flat within walking distance of bars and restaurants.
Eating out in Inveraray; a paradise for seafood lovers
Scotland produces some of Europe's finest seafood, with oysters, mussels and prawns all being harvested in the waters around Inveraray. Although much of the produce is sent south to top-notch restaurants in London or Paris, local restaurants take pride in serving dishes created around locally-caught fish. A few km out of town, the Loch Fyne restaurant is probably the best known, but there are many other options for great food close to your Inveraray accommodation. A traditional Scottish welcome is guaranteed at one of the town's pubs, open year round, to serve hearty local favourite dishes.
Lock the kids up in the cells at Inveraray Jail
One of the best-preserved examples of a 19th century prison in Scotland, Inveraray Jail is now an interactive and unusual visitor attraction. Meet some of the costumed characters who worked in the jail or had the misfortune to be imprisoned there, explore the buildings at your own pace using audio guides and take a seat in the courtroom to listen to trials held in Inveraray 150 years ago. Kids will love the gruesome torture exhibition showcasing some of the more extreme punishments used in Scotland's distant past.
Scotland's great outdoors in the Argyll countryside
The countryside surrounding Inveraray is some of Scotland's most rugged and beautiful. There are many km of hiking trails, and dedicated climbers can tackle the 1025 metre Beinn Bhuidhe. On the water, take a boat trip out to see Jura or Staffa, or to spot some of the rich variety of marine life often seen locally.
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