Read on to discover some of the attractions you can explore while staying at one of our Ayrshire cottages. ... Read More »Situated on the lovely Firth of Clyde coast, south-west of Glasgow, Ayrshire boasts 80 miles of unspoiled coastal scenery and is a popular holiday destination. Visitors can discover this varied landscape, with its rugged lowland broken by the volcanic plugs of Ailsa Craig and Loudoun Hill and the dramatic peaks of the Loch Doon Mountains, from our selection of cottages in Ayrshire. The county has more than 40 golf courses, including the glorious links at Troon and Turnberry's fairways, both locations for the Open Championship. While enjoying a break at any of our Ayrshire cottages the region's attractions - including some of the best-preserved castles in Britain - are easily explored. The finest, Culzean, is described as the National Trust for Scotland's crown jewels. From its cliff-top vantage point near Maybole, this 18th-century edifice surveys the Clyde. The world-renowned poet Robert Burns was born in Ayrshire and there are a host of visitor attractions associated with him, for example Burns' birthplace - Burns Cottage - in Alloway, where the poet spent his early childhood, a Burns museum where relics of his life and works are housed and the Tam O'Shanter Experience with its unique audiovisual presentation of one of his most famous works. From the doorstop of our cottages Ayrshire beckons. So, why not browse our selection of Ayrshire cottages to find something which might appeal?