Inveraray is the perfect touring centre 2 hours from Edinburgh and Perth, 1.5 hours from Stirling, Fort William, Campbeltown and the Trossachs. It is 1 hour from Dunoon, Tarbert, Oban, Glen Coe and Loch Tay. With this abundance of varied and diverse interests and places to see, every possible interest and taste are on your doorstep.
Inveraray Castle, Inveraray Jail, Natural Elements Crafts Gallery and the Arctic Penguin are all in the Royal Burgh. Within close distance are the Argyll Wildlife Park (1m), Auchindrain Farming Museum (5m) and the world famous Crarae Gardens (9m).
To the south beckons Lochgilphead (24m), the Crinan Canal, Dunadd and the richly historic Kilmartin glen.
To the north, Loch Awe with Kilchurn Castle, the beautiful St Conan's church and Cruachan Power Station deep in the mountain (15/18 m) and the fishing and seaport of Oban (40m), with its ferries to Mull and Iona. To the northwest, rugged Glencoe with its ski chairlift (35m), Fort William (60m) and Ben Nevis (70m).
There are many varied walks on the Argyll estate and a wide variety of fishing. For golfers there are 3 championship and 10 nine-hole courses within one hour