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Inverclyde : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Bar
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“One of the most beloved Cafes in the area serving the best coffee in the best atmosphere with the best views. You can have breakfast, lunch or dinner or simply pop in for a drink.”
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Cafe
“It has great views and lovely cakes. Dinner menu also very good. ”
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Cinéma
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Parc
“Good for some sight seeing, watching the cruise ships go by or for walking/jogging/running round.”
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Establishment
“Open during the summer months, the saltwater outdoor heated pool is something really special.”
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Lodging
“The closest bar/restaurant outside the caravan park serving homemade Scottish cuisine. It has a lovely ambience and has lovely views over the River Clyde. ”
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Transit Station
“Buy tickets in advance if you can from Paul’s food and wine on Shore Street, or the Co-Op on Eldon St.”
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Centre commercial
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Premise
“A multi sport complex with gym, fitness classes, leisure pool and ice rink.”
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Jardin
“This is a little place easily missed. The gardens are truly lovely and a great place for a picnic. Great on a sunny day. ”
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Cafe
“fantastic views over the clyde ,home baking, superb staff polite and helpful, best breakfast and brunch quality sourced food ie storneway black pudding , caskies meat , loch fyne sea food , iconic scenes”
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Restaurant
“Sit in or take away if you love Indian food you will not be disappointed here. It has an extensive regional menu and a pretty decent wine list. ”
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Point of Interest
“In the industrial town of Port Glasgow, 25 miles west of Glasgow's city center, stands the 15th-century Newark Castle. The mansion, with a gatehouse and tower, was once the seat of the (sometimes murderous) Maxwell family. Although the Tower House rooms are not open to visitors, you can see the building's lovely Jacobean exterior and the fascinating "below stairs" rooms with exhibits relating to the working conditions and lives of the family's staff. Another former industrial center is Greenock, the birthplace of engineer James Watt, who made the Clyde navigable. It's also famous for being the final resting place of "Highland Mary," immortalized by Robbie Burns.”
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Natural Feature
Cafe
“Excellent food for a light lunch, safe room for cakes! Often have gluten free options. In a interesting village that used to be an orphange!”
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