A Baronial dining hall with a large open fireplace and comfortable arm chairs, oak panelling and barrel vaulted ceiling, furnished in Jacobean style with carved furniture and the Laird's table which seats twelve.
Fully equipped with modern appliances including a cooking range with electric
double oven, griddle, grill, warming plate and warming drawer. There is
a full compliment of stainless steel pans, crockery, china and glassware.
storage cupboards, a butchers block, table and chairs, fridge, freezer, microwave, toaster, filter coffee machine, juicer, blender, pie maker and kettle.
Housing the Castle's Book, Games and Scottish music collection. In addition to the Victorian writing desk there is a chaise longue which converts into a small comfortable double bed.
With automatic washing machine, tumble dryer, drying rack, iron, ironing board and dishwasher, for twelve place settings.
Double vaulted with twelve-foot thick walls, this immense room comprises half of the first floor. Furnished in comfortable Baroque style, the Cathcart and Turnpike stairs, wall chambers and stonework create an impression of medieval Scotland. TV and mini hi-fi system.
With twin beds, Indian carpets, antique furniture, mirrors and Scottish prints, this comfortable room has views across the river Coyle ravine and the woodlands.
The Laird's bedroom with ensuite bathroom, both with fine views across
the Coyle ravine and
woodlands, is furnished with a large inlaid mahogany double bed, washstand, dressing table and
wardrobe, Indian carpet and Scottish prints.
There is a second modern bathroom located on the first floor.
Features a Scottish oriel window with fine views of the countryside. Furnished with pictures, an antique writing bureau, comfortable traditional armchairs and setees, plus television cabinet with Nicam TV, Video and Freeview.
With a brass and iron double bed, mahogany inlaid furniture, Indian carpets,
Georgian vanity mirror and Scottish prints. Magnificent views of the sun setting behind the Isle of Arran.
Furnished similarly to the Kennedy room but with twin cast iron beds. This room also has superb views across Ayrshire to the distant Isle of Arran.
There is a large bathroom on the third floor shared by the Kennedy and Douglas rooms.
There is parking for four cars at the front of the castle.