This terraced holiday cottage overlooks the sea in the popular Clyde coastal village of Maidens.
With sea views from the front of the cottage, this coastal getaway is the ideal place for friends or a family to have a break near the sea.
The well-equipped kitchen is to the rear of the property where you can prepare delicious home-cooked meals for the group which can then be enjoyed in the dining area.
From here relax and take in the coastal views while making plans for the next day.
The spacious sitting room is a great place to gather the whole group together and no matter what the weather, the conservatory is a lovely space to enjoy the scenery.
Also on the ground floor is a super king-size bedroom with a further double and a children’s bunk room on the first floor.
All bedrooms have a TV and the bunk room has a DVD player making it an ideal hideaway for the children.
The front garden has a bench and with additional furniture available you can take your breakfast outside.
Just across the road are the renowned grassy foreshore and extensive sandy beach with stunning views of Ailsa Craig.
Enjoy a day at the beach or take advantage of some of the great walking and cycling trails which are available nearby.
Spend a day at one of the many golf courses in Ayrshire including Turnberry which is just on your doorstep.
Explore stunning Culzean Castle and Country Park or discover Robert Burns’ connection with this lovely part of Scotland.
This cottage has everything you need to have a fantastic seaside holiday.
Three bedrooms with TV: 1 x ground floor super king-size double, 1 x double, 1 x children’s bunks. Ground floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Kitchen. Sitting room with dining area. Conservatory.
About the location
Maybole 7 miles; Girvan 7.5 miles.
This fishing village sits at the south end of Maidenhead Bay on the Ayrshire coast and looks out to sea with views of Arran and Ailsa Craig and the distant Mull of Kintyre. It was here that Robert the Bruce is acknowledged to have come ashore when he sailed from Rathlin Island in Northern Ireland after his encounter with the spider in the early 14th century. The ancient Earls of Carrick had their seat at Turnberry Castle which today is a ruin. Today Maidens is a popular spot for visitors with its traditional harbour, extensive beach, a couple of restaurants and its close proximity to Turnberry and the spectacular Culzean Castle.
Note: This property has a good housekeeping bond of £75.