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Hill House
#1 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Helensburgh
We enjoyed exploring the gardens, which is set out on multiple levels, so you can truly appreciate the beauty of this immense house, as well as the view across Helensburgh.
... stove, lovely garden and green house jam packed of flowers, positioned in Colquhoun street thus itself makes it an architectural feast surrounded with William Leiper's buildings and views on the Clyde!!
Kilcreggan Pier Kilcreggan
#1 of 1 Sights & Landmarks in Kilcreggan
Those wishing to enjoy the views a little more may want to walk the couple hundred metres up the hill to kilcreggan hotel where he food is very nice and views amazing.
Well worth a visit to this beautiful place can't wait to return, the peace, views are amazing, with only a few quant shops to hand,vyou have all thats needed, a delightful cafe that is so reasonable, a tiny post o...
Lyle Hill Greenock, UK 7.0 km away
#1 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
From here you have s wonderful view up the river and across the water magnificent views and of course you can see the cross of Lorraine free French memorial very poignant
This is a lovely walk although its all uphill at the top is The Cross of Lorraine which commemorates the French sailors that died during the war.The view from the Lyle Hill over the Clyde is beautiful and well wor...
Townhead Farm
#3 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Helensburgh
Helensburgh West Bay Esplanade
#4 of 4 Sights & Landmarks in Helensburgh
Lovely views out onto Firth of Clyde all way along, plenty of benches on route if the fancy takes you to have a rest.
On a fine day you get good views across the Clyde, on a not so good day it can be sheltered.
Newark Castle Port Glasgow, UK 8.9 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Port Glasgow
This is a lovely partly restored castle close to Port Glasgow there are lots of nooks and crannies and beautiful views over the Clyde estuary.
We had a great day exploring the castle and grounds and admiring the view up and down the river from the top of the tower.
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Maid of the Loch Balloch 8.5 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Balloch
The air is fresh and clean and the water glistens in front of you as the sun hits it – the view of the loch and mountains behind is just breathtaking The boat was used for many years as a passenger steamer on Loch...
We were fortunate to have a lovely sunny day and the SS Maid of the Loch was situated on Loch Lomand with spectacular views while you eat.
Greenock Cemetery Greenock, UK 7.4 km away
#2 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
It is well maintained and was once the largest cemetery in Europe.It has well laid out paths for walking and also driving, the views across the river from the highest point are stunning.
Many grave stones go all the way back to the 1800's, easy to manage paths and the view from the top of the cemetery is worth it.
The Beacon Arts Centre Greenock, UK 6.9 km away
#3 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
Although the large crowds meant a bit of a wait for our interval drinks it was more than worth it to take the time and enjoy the amazing views across the River Clyde.
I often pop in for lunch after a swim at the Waterfront, the view is spectacular and I've always had tasty soup and good service.
Scottish Maritime Museum, Dumbarton Dumbarton 12.4 km away
#1 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dumbarton
The Denny Tank is fascinating and the story of shipbuilding and testing on this site is very thought provoking.
The cafe is small with the cooking area is on full view.
Old West Kirk Greenock, UK 6.4 km away
#7 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
Not only along at the famous Greenock esplanade will you get beautiful sights, but not 1, not 2, but 3 poke-stops!! Old kirk church, the bhoy thing and the John Galt Fountain... Ahhh many a lure placed at night to...
St John's Episcopal Church Greenock, UK 6.9 km away
#5 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
Luss Pier Luss 11.8 km away
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Luss
Strongly recommend to visit this wonderful and cosy place with beautiful loch views and fancy small houses and beautiful gardens. 2 h stop to take a walk and admire all it's beauty.
We visited here yesterday and we always walk down to the end of the wee pier as you get a good view either way you look of beautiful Loch Lomond Luss is a lovely place to visit there are a couple of wee shops but...
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Greenock Yellow House Greenock, UK 6.2 km away
#9 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
Wellpark Greenock, UK 7.1 km away
#6 of 20 Sights & Landmarks in Greenock
Is a great place for kids and then you can walk to the town and along the esplanade beautiful view see the ships coming in
The Tower Hill Gourock, UK 8.2 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Gourock
This has got to be the best vantage point to view the River Clyde as it sits above the river right on the tail of the bank where Loch Long and the Holy Loch converge on the river.
Stunning view from Tower Hill, Lovely views of the river Clyde, Gourock and the hills across the water.
Luss Parish Church Luss 11.7 km away
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Luss
Hi I visited luss parish church after a wedding at lomand castle just up the road from luss an it was lovely taking in the views and seeing all the old head stones in the church grounds definitely worth a visit
An original Viking grave adds a touch of colour to this beautiful site.
Dumbarton Castle Dumbarton 13.2 km away
#2 of 5 Sights & Landmarks in Dumbarton
Yes, you have a bit of climbing to do (as with most views) which is just part of the experience but you are rewarded (weather permitting) with views up and down the Clyde river and also to the peaks of Ben Lomond...
... back from the Scottish Highlands to Manchester Airport, and it ended up being one of the highlights of the entire trip -- a fabulous castle with stunning views across the Clyde and over 1,500 years' of history!
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