5 roomy bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, sleeps 10 maximum
About L Martin
My family have owned the house since it was built in the mid 1950's and it has been steadily modernised and altered internally during the ensuing decades to meet changing needs. However it retains its character, is a good family house and very suitable for holidaymakers.
L Martin purchased this Villa in 1955
Why L Martin chose Largs
The house is set apart from other properties and is also situate in a quiet part of the town. There is a good sized back garden which is safe for children and if the weather is good the barbecue is available for use .Table and chairs are set out. The promenade is about 200 yards away and if you have children there are 2 play parks , one located on the promenade being very good and the other about 100 yards from the house. Many craft sail on the Firth of Clyde and with yachts plying on the Firth in front of the islands it is a most pleasant sight. Sun sets over the river can be quite glorious.
Pets allowed - Permission must be sought.A charge of £25 applies.Permission must be sought.A charge of £25 applies.
Max guests: 10
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Everything you could need and plenty space. Great for a wander in to town, a hill walk or a walk along the front to Scotts for an evening meal (booked before going). Maybe a little dated but this is reflected in the price and just a few too many air freshners for me.
Living it large in largs
We all enjoyed our stay in Largs . The property is spacious and comfortable and felt like my parents house back in the eighties ! The house has everything you need and more . The location is very good with amenities within a short walking distance away.
Great for visiting Ayrshire coast
Although not as modern as some this place is great for a large group. No dishwasher means lots of conversation while washing up!
This was the first time I organised a house party for this group of middle-aged women who holiday together frequently, so I was a bit nervous about their impressions of the house. The fact that some have asked for the house information for planning future weekends in Largs says it all!
The house is very well-appointed with good-quality beds and linens. There is plenty of comfortable seating. The kitchen is extremely well-equipped, the bathrooms have obviously been updated recently and the place was spotless. The house is set up very well for families or groups like ours and it's bigger than it appears in the photos. The location is very convenient, both to the large Morrisons (we easily walked there for supplies) and to the centre of town. Although it was a chilly wet weekend in March, we were snug and cosy. Excellent value - highly recommended!
A very comfortable and well appointed house
Although we only stayed a few days off-season, we were very happy with our stay in this clean and well appointed family home. It is situated within a quiet residential area and is only a short walk to the promenade and town centre. We have no hesitation in recommending it to anyone looking for a spacious and comfortable place to stay in Largs.
It is gratifying to get good reviews. The house is well maintained and professional cleaners and housekeeper are used. Everything possible is done to ensure a good experience. The house is well situate for privacy, access to promenade and a short walk to town.
Largs, on the North Ayrshire coast, is in a beautiful setting with the islands of Cumbrae and Arran facing the town and majestic hills behind. Largs caters for most peoples' holiday demands and has been attracting families and sporting groups for many years. It is one of Scotland's best loved holiday resorts. Has a vibrant town centre with many cafes, bars and restaurants In addition to its marina it has excellent sporting and leisure facilities, in particular two 18 hole golf courses, two fine 18 hole putting greens, 7 tennis courts,public bowling green, swimming pool,and Kelburn Country Centre. Largs is a walkers delight both at sea level and over the surrounding hills. The Waverley, the worlds's last sea going paddle steamer, calls in at Largs pier and plies amongst the islands during the summer months. A regular ferry service to the island of Cumbrae allows for a very pleasant day out - cycling around the fairly flat 10 mile perimeter of the island is very popular as is dawdling in its magic wee town of Millport. Cycling shops on the island provide a wide range of bicycles. Largs has a railway station which links with Glasgow Central Station, Paisley(for Glasgow Airport) and with one change Prestwick Airport and the county town of Ayr. Alternatively most places can be reached by bus - Largs has a very good bus service
Other Activities: Hill Walking, Putting Greens,
Golf: Largs has 2 Golf courses.
1. Routenburn which is at the north end of town. 18 holes over an easy hilly terrain which provides wonderful views over the River Clyde. Par 67. Very reasonable green fees for a well maintained course. Tee time booking unnecessary during the week but advisable at weekends.
2. Largs Golf Club at south end of town adjacent to Kelburn Estate. An attractive parkland course. Easy walking. Par 71. Reasonable green-fees. Adviseable to book tee-time especialy at weekends.
The county of Ayrshire has 47 golf courses which include 2 Open Championship courses and 3 qualifiers. Most are easily reached from Largs due to good road network. The nearby Island of Cumbrae has a most scenic and good 18 hole course. Popular and booking adviseable.