Ayrshire is situated in south west Scotland and is within easy reach of Glasgow. It is a county that has rich and fertile agricultural lands, miles of sandy beaches on the Firth of Clyde and the rugged landscape of the Galloway Hills. It is the birth place of both Robert Burns and Robert the Bruce and there is much to see here related to these famous figures from history. Holiday Cottages in Ayrshire provide a flexible base from which to explore this region and they are available to rent all year round.
You can rent a cottage in Ayrshire for a few days or for a week or longer. They are situated all over the county so you can stay near a town, close to the sea or in the countryside. The cottages come in various architectural styles from the traditional to the modern and contemporary. They are tastefully decorated and furnished to very high standards. Holiday Cottages in Ayrshire come in various sizes so they are good for a romantic break or for a gathering of family and friends. This is a great place to come for a golfing weekend as there are three Open Championship courses here.
There are other things to see in Ayrshire such as Burns Cottage, which has been fully restored to its original state and gives a great insight into the life of the poet. Culzean Castle is a very interesting building and it is a neo-classical masterpiece of architecture. It sits on a cliff top overlooking a beach and the rest of the grounds include a deer park and a winery. Also from here you can take the ferry across to the Isle of Arran, which has been described as Scotland in miniature because of the diversity of the landscape.
Holiday Cottages in Ayrshire give you easy access to all these places and they provide a comfortable place to return to after a day out sightseeing. You are not tied to any set agendas or fixed meal times so you can treat the cottage as a home from home. After a busy day out kick off your shoes and put your feet up in front of the television with a nice glass of wine and relax.