Attractions near Croit-a-Vadie

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Rothesay Castle (10 Miles)*
Rothesay Castle is a remarkable 13th century castle of enclosure, circular in plan, with a 16th century fore-work.
Lochranza Castle (11 Miles)*
Lochranza Castle is the ruined remains of a tower house, built on the north of the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland.
Mount Stuart (12 Miles)*
Mount Stuart, a spectacular Victorian Gothic house, is the magnificent architectural fantasy of the 3rd Marquess of Bute (1847-1900) and the Scottish architect Robert Rowland Anderson.
Benmore Botanic Garden (16 Miles)*
Come and marvel at nature's giants. Set in the dramatic Cowal Peninsula, Argyll, the Garden is world famous for its collections of flowering trees and shrubs.
Crarae Gardens (17 Miles)*
The main garden at Crarae is set on a hillside down which tumbles the Crarae Burn, the scene is reminiscent of a Himalayan gorge. The surrounding tree and shrub collections are rich and diverse, planted for artistic and naturalistic effect.
Goatfell (17 Miles)*
Goatfell, or Goat Fell, is the highest point on the Isle of Arran, which lies in the Firth of Clyde. In Scottish Gaelic the mountain is called Gaoda Bheinn.
Vikingar (17 Miles)*
The award winning Vikingar! is situated in the beautiful coastal town of Largs, and has views over the Firth of Clyde, the Isles of Cumbrae and beyond.
Kelburn Castle & Country Centre (19 Miles)*
Kelburn Castle provides an impressive background to exotic gardens, famous trees and many features of historical interest.
Brodick Castle (19 Miles)*
This is a castle you will never forget! The tall, stately building beckons you with the glow of its warm red sandstone. The setting is superb - fronted by a magnificent bay, surrounded by gardens and overlooked by the majestic mountain of Goatfell.
Auchindrain (20 Miles)*
There's nowhere like it in Scotland. Auchindrain gives visitors a fascinating and authentic insight into how people lived,worked and played in the old Highlands, from the first record of Auchindrain in 1533 to when the last residents moved away in
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Croit-a-Vadie
Tighnabruaich (4 Miles)*
Tarbert (5 Miles)*
Colintraive (7 Miles)*
Skipness (7 Miles)*
Skipness is accessible from Tarbert via a very pleasant walk, rich with flora and fauna, or by road via Claonaig, where lies the ferry terminal for Arran.
Otter Ferry (9 Miles)*
The small community of Otter Ferry is in Argyll and Bute and, as its name suggests, it was founded around the former ferry which ran across broad Loch Fyne to Port Anne in Knapdale.
Port Bannatyne (9 Miles)*
Port Bannatyne is in Kames Bay, a mile or so beyond the outskirts of Rothesay on the Isle of Bute.
Rothesay (10 Miles)*
Rothesay - Declared a Royal Burgh by King Robert III in 1400, home of wealthy Victorian industrialists and popular tourist resort - Rothesay has played many roles over the centuries, and each is reflected in the town's architecture.
Kilmory (10 Miles)*
Ardrishaig (11 Miles)*
Lochgilphead (12 Miles)*
The small town of Lochgilphead is, as its name suggests, at the head of Loch Gilp, part of Loch Fyne. Although it has just over 3,000 residents, it is the Argyll and Bute administrative centre covering a huge area of western Scotland.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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