Bute Outdoor Swimming Society started to promote swimming in the idyllic setting that Bute provides – clean, clear waters; wide, sheltered bays; accessible coastlines; stunning scenery.
From the simple pleasure of paddling and floating about to the enjoyment of swimming across a shallow bay, from the sense of accomplishment swimming along a stretch of wild coastline brings to the challenge of island hopping – Bute has a swim to suit every interest and ability level. Bute Outdoor Swimming Society promotes the enjoyment of Bute’s magnificent waters.
Bowling club in the village of Ardbeg
Horses and ponies to suit all levels of rider
Hourly, half-day or full day e-bike hire from Rothesay Pier or Port Bannatyne
Inclusive and fun cycling experiences for riders of all abilities
Bute's local cricket club
Golf club on the south side of the island overlooking Arran
Amateur ladies shinty team
Daily paddle board and equipment hire
Amateur rugby club for Bute
Local cycling club for Bute
Wide selection of services for the leisure marine market
Bowling club and clubhouse with gorgeous views overlooking Loch Striven
Bicycle and e-bike hire across Bute. Can be delivered.
Sailing club for all levels of expertise
The home of various teams. Clubhouse can be privately hired for up to 150 guest
Trout & Pike fishing with boat hire on lochs Fad and Quien
13-hole golf course with stunning sea views
Fully operational marina accommodating visiting boats
Community petanque club meeting twice weekly during spring and summer
Bowling club and clubhouse
Bute's only 18 hole golf course
Operators of Rothesay Harbour Pontoons
Traditional seaside miniature golf putting green
Sea kayak coaching, guiding and expeditions
Youth amateur football team
The information presented here is collected from the public domain or has been provided by previous customers, users of or visitors to Bute Outdoor Swimming Society. It is presented in good faith but is not warranted to be complete or free from errors. E&OE.