|Minimum Stay||3 - 7 nights|
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This apartment enjoys a quiet, location with private underground secure parking with lift access to the apartments 5th floor. The apartment is fitted to an extremely high standard and incorporates all the facilities,one would expect to find in a luxury apartment.
The Apartment accommodates four people with two spacious double bedrooms with King size beds,quality duck down bedding and LCD screens.
The modern kitchen, is fully fitted with quality appliances, integrated double oven, hob and extractor, integrated microwave, fridge freezer,dishwasher and washing machine. For added convenience we have included all crockery, cutlery, glasses, pots/pans, earthenware and additional appliances such as toaster, kettle, iron and ironing board which complete a fully self catered kitchen. The spacious lounge area comfortably seats four people and features a French door opening on to a Paris balcony, boasting incredible views across Scotland's stunning west coast and Arran. A 42 ' LCD Screen with freeview channels, a DVD player and Hi-Fi system with CD player are all provided for your enjoyment. The contemporary Bathroom features a rain shower and deep bath to relax in, WI-FI available free throughout the apartment. Information folders have been collated for the apartment providing details of local facilities, restaurants and attractions.
This must be the most beautiful flat we ever rented, a lot of thought had go in to furnishings and décor, Great location both for the town and the sea front. There was a large TV in the lounge, and two large TV's one in each of the large bedrooms, Book this flat and I assure you, you will not be disappointed.
Fabulous luxurious flat, great location. Underground parking was a bonus.
one of the best apartments I have rented , very clean, well laid out , great location 1 minute walk to beach and 10 minute walk to town , Rob was a great host ,underground parking , first class
Wow. What a stunning place. The apartment is so warm and welcoming and the views are amazing. It has all mod cons and is immaculately clean. We will certainly be returning next year. Can't wait! xx
Booked in for a wedding as Brig O'Doon was full . So glad we did ... the flat is superbly appointed & was perfect for our needs . Calm sophisticated decor & quality fixtures & fittings . Watching the sunset with a glass of wine which was amazing ... wish we stayed longer .
I had the pleasure of staying in this gem of a place for 4 days. The apartment was well equipped with everything you could need for a self catering break. Modern Stylish decor throughout. Amazing views of the Sea and the Beach. And only minutes away from the Centre of town with Bars ,shops and restaurants to suit every taste . I would have no hesitation in recommending this place to stay .
The Central Scotland / Strathclyde / Ayrshire region
The stunning natural beauty of Scotland's West Coast is yours within minutes.
Ayr and the West coast of Scotland is a superb destination in its own right, with the broad sandy beach on its doorstep and the championship golf courses. Just beyond these delights, however, you will discover the area has boundless pleasures to offer for all tastes and pursuits.
The apartment is situated on the spectacular Ayrshire coastline, a place of natural beauty and cultural wealth. Here in the birthplace of Robert the Bruce and Robbie Burns, you can explore historic ruins, restored castles and fascinating museums, enjoy stunning scenery and country walks or take the easy trip into Glasgow for a cosmopolitan mix of boutiques and big city living just a 45 minute drive away.
The coastline provides endless pastimes ranging from beach picnics to sea angling, from island hopping boat trips to watersports. The Ailsa Craig bird and seal colony is a short boat trip from the fishing village of Girvan. Further up the coast at Largs you can take the car ferry to the Isle of Arran and spend the day in 'miniature Scotland'. There are also two excellent swimming pools within five miles of the apartments, at Maypole and Girvan.
Only 2 miles away through the village of Maidens, is Culzean Castle, one of Scotland's oldest and most famous houses and ancestral home of the Marquess of Ailsa. The interiors have been beautifully restored and the estate also offers scenic walks through its Red Deer Park with attractions such as The Walled Garden, The Swan Pond and The Pagoda to enjoy.
Drive along the Carrick coast and you will encounter the Electric Brae, a gravity hill where cars appear to be drawn uphill by some mysterious attraction, and the dramatic ruins of Dunure Castle. Further along you will quickly come into the village of Alloway, birth place of one of Scotland's favourite sons Robbie Burns. Here you can take in the Tam O'Shanter Experience, Brig O'Doon, The Burns Monument and The Burns Cottage. For those who have the energy left, Ayr town offers shopping, restaurants and nightlife to carry you through to the twilight hours.
The Turnberry area
There are three world famous British Open Championship venues on the doorstep as well as seven British Open Qualifying Courses in close proximity with around another 30 golf courses within a 30 mile radius of Turnberry.
Notable tourist attractions in the area include a Sandy Beach, Culzean Castle, The Big Idea at Irvine, Vikingar, Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park, Burns National Heritage Park, Scottish Maritime Museum, Kelburn Castle, Ayr Races and Crossraguel Abbey.
Once you are truly exhausted we can thoroughly recommend a local fish and chip supper!
Come racing at Ayr and enjoy a great day out at Scotland's top racing venue. Ayr stages both National Hunt and Flat races, providing all year round entertainment.
Walking and Cycling
Ayrshire and Arran are great places to bring your walking boots or bike and head off into the open countryside. Walkers have a choice of hill walking and rambling, while Arran poses greater challenges of ridge walking and mountaineering. The National Cycling Network has routes in Ayrshire, passing through some of the most scenic countryside, and making use of off the road tracks and waterside paths wherever possible. For more information on walks & trails in Ayrshire and Arran.
Crossraguel Abbey, near Maybole
Owned and managed by Historic Scotland, Crossraguel Abbey was one of the few Cluniac settlements in Scotland. The abbey's ruins are extensive. Open Apr - Sept 7 days 0930 - 1830.
Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park
Set in over 500 acres of majestic Ayrshire countryside, Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park has got to be a great day out for the whole family. With new rides to suite all ages in a clean, safe environment including; the famous ‘Twist n’ Shout, reverse loop Roller-coaster, the amazing ‘Tidal Wave’ Swing Boat, the ‘Loudoun Log’ water flume, unique Mechanical Tractor and Horse rides, live shows, Birds of Prey, Rare Breeds and mouthwatering food outlets - Loudoun is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Go on give your mouth something to shout about at the new Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park near Galston, Kilmarnock. The season starts on April 3rd 2004.
Arran Heli-Tours is a Scenic Helicopter Tour and Charter service based at the Balmichael Visitor Centre, Shiskine, on the Isle of Arran. We offer scenic tours, transfers and emergency collections.
Turnberry Hotel Spa and Swimming pool
Offers spectacular views towards Ailsa Craig and features 12 luxurious treatment rooms, 2 hydrotherapy rooms, heat experiences, relaxation rooms, a 20 metre pool and a fully equipped fitness studio.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
Oct 30 2016 - Dec 23 2016
7 night minimum stay
Dec 24 2016 - Jan 7 2017
6 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
|Refundable damage deposit||$127|