Inveraray

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Inveraray

a town in W Scotland, in Argyll and Bute: Inveraray Castle is the seat of the Dukes of Argyll. Pop.: 512 (1991)
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Sand bags will be available from Inverary Community Centre and residents needing assistance can get help at the centre.
The fairytale castle is open to the public but we fancied seeing Inverary Jail, once the town's clink and courthouse and now a good value tourist attraction complete with original cells, costumed characters and some fascinating stories of its inmates.
Owning Inverary Castle and a large estate, the new Duchess's huge wealth (inherited from her fantastically rich industrialist father) was very handy in restoring this spectacular stately home.
30pm; l A glass of house wine with dinner each evening; l Visits to Stirling and Inverary, and a full day trip to Edinburgh.
The plane nose-dived into recreation grounds near the Inverary Estate, east Belfast at around 6pm.
They include Mount Vernon, theWestlands estate, Pitt Park, Inverary, the Highfield estate, Sunningdale, Annadale and Taughmonagh.
It was created by Richard Joynson, proprietor of Loch Fyne Whiskies shop and international mail order service in Inverary, which has grown since launch in 1996 to become a highly-regarded specialist whisky merchant.
Among the important addresses he decorated were the Duke of Argyll's home at Inverary Castle, Kedleston Hall, near Derby, and Locko Park, near Spondon, in Derbyshire.
The venison on sale in Sainsbury's is sourced from Inverary in Scotland.
These concern the John Gosden-trained Aldburgh, unplaced in the Inverary Maiden Fillies' Stakes at Windsor on April 19, and Ferdy Murphy's Ardrina, winner of the Quilter Handicap Chase at Carlisle on April 3.
I usually don't like to recommend specific places to stay, but when it comes to Cape Breton, I have to break my rule because there are two accommodations that should not be missed--the Inverary Inn in Baddeck and the Keltic Lodge in Ingonish.
Principal battles: Inverary Castle (1644); Inverlochy (near Fort William), Kilsyth, Philiphaugh (near Selkirk) (1645).