The Isle of Bute, a Victorian holiday favorite convenient for Glaswegians, affords a host of relaxing walks and scenic vistas. Mount Stuart, a stately home, is a popular attraction. Rothesay is the main town, and some of its ornate Victorian architecture is striking. In the old Victorian village of Wemyss Bay there's a ferry service to the island. The many handsome buildings, especially the station, are a reminder of the grandeur and style of the era.
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