Inverary castle Tea-Room
This fairytale castle was built with the help of Scotlands most distinguished architect of his time -William Adam in 1746. An imposing piece of architecture incorporating Baroque,Palladin and Gothic- most unique. Very well run and pleasant staff helps to make this a more homely castle to tour. We managed to squeeze in just before it closes for the season at the end of October .The castle re-opens in April. The tea-room is to be found in the basement and has limited access for the disabled or infirm.The huge walls add to the atmosphere and has a gently calming effect as you sample the homebaking made on the premises. First class homebaking here and worth a visit.The castles heritage belongs to many years of the Campbell family and is today the family home of 'The Duke of argyll'. All the usual Gift shop and haunts that you would expect to find in such a historic castle and well worth a visit.
Inverary Castle and Tearoom
PA 32 8XF
Tel; 01499 302 112
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