Port Bannatyne is a coastal village on the Isle of Bute.
19th-century toilets preserved for modern use on Rothesay's seafront
Kilchattan Bay is a small village on the south of the Isle of Bute which lies at the foot of a steep hill called the Suidhe Chattan.
This early Christian monastery was abandoned during Viking raids around AD 790, and lies about 2 miles from modern Kingarth.
Ascog is a small, mostly residential village on the Isle of Bute, located about 2 km south east of Rothesay.
The monument consists of the remains of a chapel and surrounding enclosure, which replaced an earlier burial ground.
Kerrycroy Village is a small residential area on Bute’s east coast, around 3km from Rothesay.
St Mary’s Chapel was built near Rothesay as the second parish church on the island, after St Blane’s in the south. It can be dated to approximately 1320.
Situated in Rothesay, the independently run Bute Museum is the perfect place for visitors to learn about the natural and historical heritage of Bute.