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Marina View Apartment at Ardrossan Marina available for 7 nights from 5th September £350

Large 3 bedroom apartment- self-catering -

BOOKINGS BEING TAKEN From SEPTEMBER 2015 FROM £700 PER WEEK

 

THIS APARTMENT IS ON THE SEA FRONT IN ARDROSSAN
FREQUENT TRAINS TO GLASGOW AND SEA VIEWS.PLEASE TELEPHONE TONY FOR PRICES AND BOOKINGS.
 

07967106186
 

ANY 3 NIGHTS IN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER AT MARINA VIEW APARTMENT FOR AN AMAZING £180 OR 4 NIGHTS FOR £200.subject to availability.

TELEPHONE BOOKINGS ONLY.

07967106186

Enjoy the fabulous Ayrshire Sunsets in autumn 2015

 

 

DAY TRIPS TO THE ISLE OF ARRAN BY FERRY

NIGHTS OUT IN GLASGOW. JUST 42 MINUTES BY TRAIN.

SEA OR MARINA VIEWS

SANDY BEACH

NEARBY SOFT PLAY,PLAYGROUND,BOWLING ALLEY

LOCAL CINEMA AND SELECTION OF RESTAURANTS

 

SMALL BOAT ENTERS THE MARINA IN JUNE . THE ISLE OF ARRAN IS IN THE BACKGROUND

Ardrossan is a town on the North Ayrshire coast in south-western Scotland. The name "Ardrossan" describes its physical position — 'ard' from the Gaelic àird meaning headland, 'ros' a promontory and the diminutive suffix '-an' - headland of the little promontory. Ardrossan is becoming an affluent commuter town with a population of roughly 11,000 and is in a three-towns corroboration act with the nearby towns of Saltcoats and Stevenston. Ardrossan's roots can be traced back to the construction of its castle 'Cannon Hill', thought to be in around 1140, by Simon de Morville. The castle and estate passed onto the Barclay family (also known as Craig) and it passed through successive heirs until the 14th century. Then it passed onto the Eglinton family on the death of Godfrey Barclay de Ardrossan, who died without leaving an heir. Sir Fergus Barclay, Baron of Ardrossan was said to be in league with the Devil and in one of his dealings he set the task of the Devil to make ropes from sand; upon failing to do Satan kicked the castle with his hoof in frustration and left a petrosomatoglyph hoofprint.