Ivybank Villa

Address: westland road, Rothesay, Isle of Bute, Argyll and Bute, Scotland, PA20 0HQ, United Kingdom | B&B
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This B&B, located on westland road, Rothesay, is near Rothesay's Victorian Toilets.
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        • Free High-Speed Internet
        • Free parking
        • Pets allowed


        • Suites


        • Continental Breakfast

        TripAdvisor Reviews Ivybank Villa Rothesay

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        Travel Blogs from Rothesay

        Last day

        A travel blog entry by levos on Sep 30, 2014

        5 photos

        ... keen to meet Emma's husband, Jerry Yanuyanutawa, a rather large Fijian guy. The Glasgow Warriors were training at a stadium not too far from where we had lunch, so into the tomtom went the address and before too long Jason and George were watching training! After asking another player which player was Jerry soon introductions were made and George ...

        Isle of Bute

        A travel blog entry by simoncole on Jul 23, 2014

        6 photos

        ... July
        In the morning we had a look around Rothesay and then took an open top bus tour round the island of Bute. It only took an hour and a quarter. Bute became very popular with holiday makers from Glasgow in Victorian times. Though in recent years it has fallen out if favour for the Costa Dell Sol, its natural beauty and the Victorian toilets remain.


        Inchcailloch and Luss

        A travel blog entry by argyllbookworm on Jun 16, 2014

        20 photos

        ... that it is a Monday in the school term.

        Ben Lomond, the tallest mountain hereabouts, looks quite small and tame today across the water in the sunshine. The loch is intensely blue, and ringed with hills decked out in an endless variety of shades of green. The boat heads out slowly into the narrows between the first two islands, and we have time to look at these more closely. On Inchconnachan we pass another boat moored at a small beach, and everyone does a double ...

        Glasgow for the Burrell Collection

        A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 29, 2013

        45 photos

        ... not to know how they actually acquired them!) And like Hunter, theirs is the most amazing magpie collection of stuff - one of the largest collections of Rodins in the world (I think second only to the Rodin Museum in Paris) and medieval archways and Persian ceramics and Egyptian canopic jars and Impressionist paintings and medieval tapestries and, and, and... But what, for me, was the highlight, was the building itself, which is almost nothing to look at ...

        WHW Day 2 - Balmaha to Inverarnan (23 miles)

        A travel blog entry by paulreeves on Mar 29, 2013

        ... indicates the size of your gentlemen bits!!! I'd always wondered why girls had s******ed when I'd performed my Krankies Fandabidozie routine and now I had my answer! As we set off we nearly suffered our first mutiny of the adventure when two of our party motioned that they were not going to summit the wee hill coming out of Balmaha but that they would be seeking an alternative route. The error of their suggestion was swiftly explained and we were all back on the ...