If you are planning to visit Inveraray for the first time this autumn, we welcome you! Brambles of Inveraray, located on Main Street West, is the perfect ‘home base’ for a tour about our fair town.

Need Supplies? Look No Further than McColl’s

There’s nothing like having access to everything you might need for your holiday, right up the street. McColl’s is the UK’s leading retailer, with fresh daily food products, post office services and more. It’s the ideal place to stock up if you’re planning on enjoying a quick bite on an out-of-town excursion. Children of all ages can enjoy the tasty treats you’ll find here. After you’re done shopping, you can continue your stroll to Purdie’s.

Top Quality Gifts and Souvenirs at Purdie’s of Argyll

Purdie’s of Argyll is the place to find everything to pamper you or a special someone back home. This business offers luxury body products in the form of skin care, soap and home care selections. All made with organic ingredients, anything you see here will be a unique find! Sample their several shampoos, room sprays, creams, lip balms and so much more to help you add even more luxury to your vacation here in Inveraray.

The Christmas Dove for your Holiday Needs

With October slowly nearing its end, it won’t be long before thoughts of Christmas come to the fore. The Christmas Dove is a great place to begin your holiday planning. With unique decorations, cards and more, The Christmas Dove can be an ideal stop when you want something special to hang in your home or give to your loved ones as gifts.

The Celtic Cross and Parish Church

In the centre of Inveraray is The Celtic Cross. Dating back to the 14th century, the cross is a delightful piece of our history. As you study its intricate construction and design, you will notice the Parish Church just across the way. Built between 1792 and 1802, the church’s neoclassical style is breath-taking. Inside, you will discover that one half of the church was devoted to those who spoke Gaelic, whilst the other side was devoted to English-speaking worshippers. The decline in use of Gaelic resulted in the church being turned into a church hall in 1957.

Inveraray Bell Tower

Erected as a memorial to those lost from the Campbell Clan after WWI, the Inveraray Bell Tower features a ring of ten bells, each named after a Celtic saint. Although you won’t be able to tour the inside of the tower during the fall and winter months, there is much to appreciate by examining the craftsmanship of the exterior. This month, there are two opportunities to hear the beautiful bells: on October 22nd from 11 am to 5pm, and on October 29th from 10:30am to noon.

End Your Day’s Walk at Brambles

Now that you’ve shopped, explored and listened to your heart’s content, it’s only a short walk back to Brambles of Inveraray, where a delicious meal made with local ingredients awaits. Afterwards, you can relax with a soak in the tub as you relive the day’s adventures. We look forward to helping you enjoy your fall vacation in Inveraray; you can book by calling us on +44 (0) 1499 302 252 or click here to book online.