The Isle of Bute lies in Scotland’s Firth of Clyde, tucked into the spectacular sea lochs of southern Argyll. 15 miles long by approximately 4 miles wide Bute is less than two hours from the city of Glasgow. The island was a popular Victorian seaside destination, when the main town of Rothesay would be bustling with trippers who had come “doon the watter” during the Glasgow Fair and disembarked from the many steamers that sailed the Clyde. The Paddle Steamer Waverley is the only traditional vessel cruising the Firth nowadays, and it still proves a very popular attraction with a busy summer schedule of routes between Bute, Arran and the mainland.
Roseland Holiday Park is just 2 mins drive from the main town of Rothesay
Local information site – www.visitbute.com