About Bute Gifts

 

Hello from the Isle of Bute

Bute-i-ful gifts designed and created on the Isle of Bute. Designs, gifts and images from our beautiful island, Scotland and anything else that takes our fancy 

Bute Gifts has been running since 2000 and started life as the original Studio Shop in Rothesay, in recent years the team behind Bute Gifts have moved to the Rustle Way Arts & Media Studio where you can find them all busy creating day and night.We produce many gifts from framed prints, fridge magnets, key rings, and notepads to mugs, coasters, placemats, printed gifts and much more


We can produce one off custom items just for you so just drop us a line with what you’re looking for and let us make the perfect gift just for you.

We love living on Bute as it gives us the chance to run about on the beaches and have chickens in the garden so we live on fresh eggs as well as give us lots of beautiful scenery to help our creative thoughts. If you have not been to Bute then it is a must to ‘come doon the watter’

All our gifts are createad here on our beautiful Island and posted straight to your door.


ISLE OF BUTE

Bute (/ˈbjuːt/; also known as the Isle of Bute, Scottish Gaelic: Eilean Bhòid or Eilean Bhòdach) is an island in the Firth of Clyde in Scotland. It is divided into highland and lowland areas by the Highland Boundary Fault.

Bute is one of the most accessible Scottish islands, just a short 35 minute ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde from Wemyss Bay to Rothesay. You will see splendid Victoriana and art deco-style.

Rothesay is a wonderful seaside resort with palm trees, a promenade a castle in the middle of the town and award winning Victoriana toilets.

Bute has a rich and varied past and is home to ‘Mount Stuart house’ the Jewel in our crown.

For such a compact island, Bute has some extraordinarily varied landscapes. From the lush, fertile and rolling hills of the island's heart to the craggy, heather-covered moorlands of the north and the delightful sandy beaches around the coastline, the island is a haven for walking, cycling, fishing and wildlife.

We love Bute and if you have visited then you will too, if you have not been ‘Doon the Watter’ to Bute then you must make the trip to see our Bute-i-ful Isle.