Largs (Scottish Gaelic: An Leargaidh Ghallda) is a town on the Firth of Clyde in North Ayrshire, Scotland, about 33 miles (53 km) from Glasgow. The original name means "the slopes" (An Leargaidh) in Scottish Gaelic.
Restaurants in Largs
4 based on 103 reviews
An award winning multi-media presentation of the Vikings in Scotland, including not only the show, but also a swimming pool, children's play area, dining room and gift shop.
I recently visited Vikingar.
It was very interesting. The guide was very informative. He spoke in detail about the Viking life, living, religion & gods.
There was a lot to see & it was quite hands on.
It was value for money the only downfall was the two reception staff were quite rude & ignorant but the tour guide was great.
Good for a visit
3.5 based on 353 reviews
The castle was booked for a special birthday party and couldn't have been better. The historic surroundings were ideal, the roaring fire very welcome and the service and birthday fare excellent. The dining room was perfect for the 50 guests invited and the separate function room ideal for the birthday festivities.
4.5 based on 133 reviews
We'd seen a sign to "Craft Village", wondered what that was all about & detoured into West Kilbride. While wandering about there we dropped into the Barony Centre, which was pretty much empty, but a volunteer there told us about Portencross Castle nearby & gave us a brochure. We dropped down without any expectations.
What a nice surprise! The little 12th C castle is in a very picturesque location, with a tiny harbour and views to the Islands. We were impressed by the clarity of the water. The volunteers were happy to see us mid-week as we were the only ones there. I was interested to learn that the cannon lying in the grass outside was a genuine Armada cannon, salvaged from offshore. The castle is quite interesting with illustrations and some old photos showing how things might have been - it has been a ruin since the 1700's but since Cromwell left it alone it was probably derelict before then. The volunteers were extremely helpful and enthusiastic and answered all our questions. We were shown where the unexcavated bottle dungeon is (behind a door that is usually propped open). After looking around inside we wandered along the shore a bit, taking some photos of the small working harbour a few hundred metres along the coast.
Free parking & free entry. A hidden gem & very uncommercial. We left a donation - it was worth it.
4.5 based on 62 reviews
We are a family run tour company providing fun, friendly and bespoke tours of scotland for up to 8 people. We specialise in offering many types of short or longer trips, for example golf tours, whisky distillery tours, city tours, island discovery tours, and historical tours. Our luxury vehicle includes air conditioning, leather interior and on board cooler for complimentary drinks and snacks.
This is our second time with Scottish Terrier Tours. We have a group of 11 including a toddler. The itinerary for the Edinburgh tour (Edinburgh Castle, Rosslyn Chapel, etc) was excellent. Derek was our tour guide and was very accommodating. Due to technical issues, we...MoreHello Thank you for taking the time to review Scottish Terrier Tours, Graeme and I are glad you enjoyed your tour. I will pass on your comments to Derek. Hope to see you in Scotland again. Haste Ye Back! Kind regards from Scotland Tracy
5 based on 2 reviews
Visited this wonderful & extremely friendly course yet again today ... even though it's very early in the year & despite the recent very heavy rainfall & frosts it's in great condition ... ALL 18 Greens are on!
Today, for the 1st time, we encountered this courses true defence ... Strong Wind! The course plays completely differently under these conditions ... all holes are challenging but the 'Back 9' really come into their own when the wind's blowing ... Holes 10 till 14 give you a real battle to keep your scores down no matter how low your Handicap or how well you're playing ... it absolutely howls across these holes!!!
I really can't Recommend this course Highly enough no matter what time of year you choose to play it!!!
4.5 based on 70 reviews
Welcome to the Castle Semple Visitor Centre and County Park listing. Please note this site one of several within the larger Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. Castle Semple is located in Lochwinnoch Renfrewshire next to National Cycle Route 7 and just a short walk from Lochwinnoch Train Station. The Centre has a cafe and gift shop, provides free parking and entry as well as lots to do with great water, walks and wildlife. There is a Ranger Service who provide family friendly events and volunteer programmes throughout the year. There is also a highly qualified Outdoor Activity team with Instructors to guide you or your group through the techniques involved in sailing, kayaking, canoeing, powerboating, archery and loads more! The Centre is also fully equipped to be accessible to all, registered as Scotlands first Centre of Excellence for disability sailing in 2012.
We go walking here on a regular basis with our daughter, she like to feed the ducks and swans as well, the walks are great and there is a range of other activities available from mountain biking etc, there is a cafe where a Sandwich and coffee can be had.
5 based on 120 reviews
An Arts and Craft Centre for Family Fun Days out! No studio fee! Suitable for children and adults alike We also specialise in Birthday Parties winning Netmums best party venue in Scotland 2013
visited here with my grandkids during the Easter holidays as they were board. Was met by a lovely young lady Gemma, she was very helpful & kept the children entertained & engrossed in what they were doing Highly recommend For children who enjoy experiencing their...MoreThank you for taking the time to review Artastic I will pass your kids words on to Jemma.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Family-owned 4* Tourist Shop specialising in handmade chocolates, artisan ice cream and premium craft spirits.
Always a pleasure to visit here when looking for gifts of a food or alcoholic nature! Did a lot of my Christmas shopping here. Lots of different gins and whiskys on display. Handmade chocolates quite expensive but nice for a treat.
4.5 based on 132 reviews
This old mill is crammed full of historical interest; predominantly costume and farm implements gathered from Ayrshire. And what a collection! The collection of costumes on display, which are genuine and not replicas, are in great condition and beautifully displayed. While not so familiar with...MoreWe're delighted you enjoyed your visit, there are so many more costumes in our collections! Hope you visit again soon!
4 based on 34 reviews
Established in 1908, this traditional/ well stocked older man's type bar is welcoming comfy, clean and cosy and worth a visit when in the area, appears to be well patronised by the locals. Has some interesting photos on the walls of liners that have sailed the clyde and the above mentioned.
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