North Ayrshire Leisure
Visit Vikingar! in Largs for the Viking Experience, or take a dip in the swimming pool!
Paintings and Prints
Watercolours, oils and acrylics of subjects from around the world.
Decorative home accessories.
Routenburn Golf Course
A hilly course with stunning views over the Firth of Clyde
Skelmorlie Golf Course
A local course north of Largs
Largs Golf Club
The Golf Club at the south end of Largs next to Kelburn Estate and Largs Yacht Haven.
West Kilbride Golf Club
A links course in a beautiful position.
Largs website with local information
Cathedral of the Isles, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae
The Cathedral is of historic interest and holds many wonderful musical recitals during the summer months on a Sunday afternoon.
Country centre with walks as well as many activities, shop and cafe.
Cumbrae is the island closest to Largs with cycling around it a popular activity for any age! There is a Golf Course with stunning views across the Firth of Clyde, and in general the island is well worth a visit.
Glasgow Concert Halls
There is always plenty of music being performed in Glasgow at the different venues.
The Piping Centre, Glasgow
The food in The Piping Centre is delicious!
Glasgow City of Music
Music to suit all tastes!
Places to Eat
A few of the local restaurants
Fine Italian Restaurant, Cafe and Ice Cream Parlour
Scotts at Largs
Scotts at Largs Yacht Haven is a stylish new addition to the award-winning Buzzworks fleet. Open from 8am, Scotts serves food all day, as well as a refreshing selection of coffee, juices and snacks for sailors and landlubbers alike!
A stylish venue in the heart of Largs! Why not stop by and try our great food, our huge range of cocktails or relax on our outdoor terrace.
Places to Visit
Mount Stuart, Isle of Bute
The home of the Marquess of Bute. A magnificent house of splendour with wonderful gardens.
Lochwinnoch reserve is only 20 minutes away by car
An Adam house commissioned by the 5th Earl of Dumfries and built between 1754 and 1759, Dumfries House was saved for the nation in 2007 in a campaign spearheaded by HRH The Prince Charles, Prince of Wales, Duke of Rothesay. A charitable trust was formed and named after one of The Prince’s Scottish Titles, hence ‘The Great Steward of Scotland’s Dumfries House Trust.’ Guided tours are given and prior booking is recommended.
A National Trust for Scotland property with so much history. Tours of the Castle are available; a courtyard of shops and cafes and beautiful gardens, not to mention the deer.
Many museums of huge interest are a great day out.