Perth and Kinross

A hamlet in Strathtay, Perth and Kinross, Inver lies on the south side of the River Tay near its junction with the River Braan, a mile (1 km) from Dunkeld. A ferry once operated here and a former coaching inn still dominates the village square. Inver was the birthplace of two gifted musicians, Charles Mackintosh (1839 - 1922) and the renowned Scottish fiddler Neil Gow (1727 - 1807). Today there is a caravan park here. Nearby is a woodland walk leading to a folly known as the Hermitage.

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