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The Isle of Bute, widely regarded as among Scotland's most accessible islands, is a haven of peace and tranquillity, a treasure trove of places to explore, and a glorious place to live and work. Bute residents daily savour, and visitors immediately sense, the uniqueness of the 'Bute Lifestyle' - deriving from a blend of its rich heritage, its contrasting landscapes and seascapes, unrivalled panoramic views, its quality of outdoor life, and an overwhelming sense of safety and security.

Welcome to the ButeGateway website. It is appropriately named because it is truly the 'Internet Encyclopaedia of Bute', a gateway to a wealth of fascinating information, and of links to additional information relating the Isle of Bute - the 'Jewel in the Clyde'. The site's content has been carefully structured into useful sections, with each section being further sub-divided to make browsing a more pleasant and productive experience. !

WE HOPE YOU ENJOY YOUR VISIT TO BUTE-GATEWAY!
And by the way, have you visited the PHOTO GALLERY?

Should your browsing take you to one or more of the numerous links that the website provides, please return to the Gateway, to explore further this captivating Island. You will not regret it


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The tartan surrounding our web pages is a version of the Rothesay District Tartan. The Rothesay tartan appeared in the Vestiarium Scoticum (1842) under the name, 'Prince of Rothesay.' It was worn by King Edward VII as a child and originally classified as a Royal tartan. There are several versions of this tartan, most of them are red tartans, but we chose this variation because it provided a pleasant colour scheme for the website.

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