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You get a good view from Canada Hill and you can play at the Rothesay Golf Club. Dating from the 14th century, it features the tomb of Stephanie Hortense Bonaparte, a niece of Napoleon. The Pigeon Tower is still in reasonable condition, but much of the eastern side of the donjon is the result of 19th century rebuilding. The original castle was probably built around 1098 by the Viking Magnus Barelegs who came from Norway to conquer the Scottish islands.

Saint Michael's chapel dates from the 16th century and is located in the courtyard. Later it fell into Scottish hands, but was attacked by Norsemen in 1230 and again in 1263 when it was captured by King Haakon who was subsequently defeated at the Battle of Largs.

The town has lots of accommodation on offer and many shops including a supermarket and a health food store in Victoria Street.

Don't forget to visit the famous Zaravoni's ice cream shop overlooking the promenade. Mary's Chapel which is located in High Street on the outskirts of the town along the A845 road. ROTHESAY CASTLE Set in a moat on top of a flatish mound, Rothesay Castle is a good example of a circular curtain wall with 4 round towers.

One of the main visitor attractions is the spectacular Mount Stuart House which is definitely worth a trip.

Bute sits on the Highland Boundary Fault, marked by Loch Fad, which almost cuts right across the island, so you will see a distinct difference in the landscape north and south of this point.

At the Moat Centre you can play badminton, snooker and table tennis or visit the local library.

A few years later as part of the 1685 rebellion it was set on fire by the Argyll Highlanders.Day Saver tickets are available in the summer covering one car and up to 4 people.You can take a shorter crossing - only 5 minutes - from Colintraive on the Cowal Peninsula to Rhubodach near the northern tip of Bute, about 8 miles from Rothesay.Bute Museum in Stuart Street has much information on local history, geology and wildlife. In October, November, February, March it is only open on certain afternoons (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday). The Pavilion Theatre and Cafe is another place for entertainment with discos, children's shows, etc.There's a Leisure Pool in High Street, complete with solarium and sauna.

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