IN its heyday, it was a major tourist destination visited by tens of thousands of Scots travelling "doon the watter" for their annual summer holiday.
IN its heyday, it was a major tourist destination visited by tens of thousands of Scots travelling \"doon the watter\" for their annual summer holiday.
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Now Rothesay on the Isle of Bute is hoping to regain its popularity thanks to a £1.5 million cash boost. The town, the most popular Scottish holiday resort of the 1930s, received the award as part of Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grants in Scotland totalling more than £3m.
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