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Largs Yacht Haven, North Ayrshire, Scotland
Largs Yacht Haven is situated in the town of Largs, on the Western coast of Scotland, close to the border of the beautiful Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Largs is a traditional seaside resort, with a Victorian promenade, ice cream parlours and ferry service. Largs Viking Festival is an annual event organized to comemorate the 1263 battle against the Vikings. The accommodation is lovely, the buildings have a certain charm to them and you will more than welcomed wherever you choose to spend your holiday. The top rated ones are: Willowbank Hotel, Brisbane House Hotel, Northend Guest House, Lynegar Guest House, Dawn Break Guest House, No. 62 Largs B&B, 16 Charles Street, The Broom Lodge, Roberta’s Guest House. Experience the delicious and comfort food of the Scottish kitchen, from the hearty soups, nutritious stews and the yummy desserts at one of the next places: Lounge, Iona’s Tea Room, The Gypsy Cream, The Bagel Basket, The Bean and Leaf, Scotts at Largs, The George and Green Shuters.
Facilities of Largs Yacht Haven
Residual water collection
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Largs Yacht Haven : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in North Ayrshire
North Ayrshire is a region located on the South Western coast of Scotland. The area has a territory situated on the mainland and one formed of three islands: Arran, Great Cumbrae and Little Cumbrae. Defined by strong contrasts, this part of Scotland will offer you emerald green hills, an impressive coastline, peaceful sandy beaches and islands perfect for an adventure.
North Ayrshire is a feast for you tasting buds, with all its amazing food and fine malt whiskies you will find at the local markets and lovely fishing villages. It is an easily accessible paradise, where you will discover the culture, heritage and history, be a part of many fun outdoor activities and attend fantastic events and festivals. In North Ayrshire, you will discover a new century with every place you visit: the Neolithic stones at Arran’s Machrie Moor, the Dumfries House, built in the 18th century. Don’t miss the marvellous ruins of Turnberry Castle, which are said to have been the... more info
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