Inveraray sits on the shores of Loch Fyne, it's lovely white-washed buildings reflecting in the pristine waters where abundant oysters, salmon, and all sorts of fish are harvested. We had lunch in the Inveraray Tea Room at the castle is personally overseen by the Duchess Eleanor Cadbury Campbell, so, of course, the chocolate cake was in order! We stayed the night at the historic George Hotel just up the main street from the late medieval cross on the waterfront's edge. The cross is dedicated to "those who gave it all in the Great War." An 18th century folly stands at the top of Dun Na Cuaiche, an "eye-catcher" seen from both the castle and town of Inveraray.