This all second floor apartment accessed via a lift, is situated in the seaside town of Largs on Scotland’s beautiful west coast.
Decorated and furnished to a very high standard, this apartment is ideal for couples or a family looking to explore this wonderful area of Scotland.
The property offers a luxurious retreat in this coastal town with a contemporary well-equipped kitchen where you can enjoy the views across to Knock Hill as you prepare a scrumptious meal .
There are two double bedrooms, one of them having the additional luxury of an en-suite with hydrotherapy spa shower.
After enjoying a meal around the dining table, relax on the comfortable settee and watch a film together.
On sunny days step out onto the balcony and soak up the far-reaching views to the park and coast beyond.
There’s even a telescope in the living area for you to use.
Largs offers a range of places to eat and is a traditional seaside town.
Wander down to the coast and enjoy an ice cream from one of the many shops.
The views across the Firth of Clyde are wonderful and a trip across to the Isle of Cumbrae is well worth a visit.
In the summer months you can even hop aboard the Waverley Paddle Steamer for a spot of island hopping.
There are hill walks and cycling available on nearby Knock Hill or perhaps enjoy a visit to Vikingar to enjoy a true Viking experience for all the family.
With Glasgow only thirty miles away a trip to this Scottish city may also be on your itinerary with its history and culture.
With so much to do in the area you’ll be spoilt for choice and how lovely to return to this wonderful apartment after a busy day out.
About the location
Glasgow 33 miles; Ayr 33 miles.
Located on the Firth of Clyde, the town of Largs is a traditional Scottish seaside resort, with a Victorian promenade situated just over 30 miles from Glasgow. Largs offers a variety of shops, including some chain and some independent stores, plus there are several pubs and restaurants. Visit Vikingar, a family Viking experience or enjoy the amusement arcades on the promenade whilst indulging in an ice-cream. Photographers amongst you can capture the wonderful views across the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Cumbrae located just a mile offshore, or perhaps take the short ferry trip across to explore this most accessible Scottish island. In summer months you can enjoy a cruise on the Waverley Paddle Steamer. The Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park offers walking and cycling for everyone, as well as a range of wildlife to spot. Visit Kelburn Castle with its 13th century castle adorned with graffiti from a group of Brazilian artists, or meander around the scenic grounds. A day trip to Glasgow is also worth a visit just being over thirty miles away with its vast array of shops and cultural experiences. With sailing and golf on the doorstep too, Largs really does have something for everyone.