Wemyss Bay occupies the most peaceful spot, yet there’s so much to do close by. Hop on a ferry to visit nearby islands, like the Isle of Arran. Its bleak mountains contrast beautifully with lilac moorlands, lush woodlands and the surrounding azure seas – a true paradise.
Continue your outdoor adventures at Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Just moments away from Wemyss Bay it’s a haven for wildlife, including rare hen harriers, and makes the most heavenly location for stargazing.
And the bright lights of Glasgow are just 30 miles away. Visit its bustling streets to experience some of Scotland’s best museums, art galleries and shopping venues.Request a brochure Arrange a visit
This impressive castle dates back to the 13th century and surprisingly is still lived in by the present Earl. Observe the breath taking scenery, thought to be some of Scotland's most beautiful.
A combination of history and adventure make this the perfect location for the whole family to enjoy.
One of Scotland's most loved castles, set upon the very edge of the coast. A beautiful heritage site the whole family will enjoy exploring.
Largs offers something for everyone; scenic routes for those avid walkers, historical sites for those who wish to learn about the local area and an array of shops and restaurants for those who like to treat themselves.
Rothesay, Isle of Bute
First a ferry ride across to the Isle of Bute then the chance to explore the home to one of Scotland best surviving medieval castles. Rothesay is overflowing with history and exquisite scenery.
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