The magnificent Tower House is situated within a deligthful Estate consisting of mature woodland,parkland, river walk, waterfall, private drive and shared tennis court.

Situated on the beautiful Clyde Coast, Ayrshire & Arran has it all and more. Beautiful scenery, fascinating history, outdoor activities, some of the finest golf courses in the world, superior accommodation and gourmet dining. Ancient castles, stunning country parks and gardens, bustling market towns and captivating visitor attractions are all on offer. www.ayrshire-arran.com

Built on the Clyde in 1947 - the Waverley was originally built to sail only between Craigendorran & Arrochar in West Scotland. It is amazing to think that she now sails right round Britain offering regular trips on the Clyde, the Thames, South Coast of England and the Bristol Channel with other calls at various ports & piers throughout the UK The Waverley now operates a full programme of cruises from Easter to October. www.waverleyexcursions.co.uk/departurepoints.htm

Ayr racecourse is Scotlands premier race course and holds both Flat and National Hunt fixtures. It hosts the Scottish Grand National and is home to the totesport Gold Cup festival. The racecourse offers race day hospitality.. Regular race goers can take advantage of their all year round racing, with an annual race course membership. www.ayr-racecourse.co.uk Email: info@ayr-racecourse.co.uk

The life of Robert Burns will be celebrated this spring with the burns an' a' that! Festival, which takes place on Saturday the 16th of May - Sunday 24th May 2009. The annual event, now celebrating its 8th year, is dedicated to celebrating the life and works of Robert Burns with contemporary Scottish Culture, in his home town of Ayrshire. This year's festival however is rather special as it is part of Homecoming Scotland 2009. Homecoming Scotland 2009 will celebrate the 250th anniversary of Robert Burns' birth with a year-long programme of events across the country. www.burns.visitscotland.com

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