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Largs hotel Fiona would like to extend a warm welcome to you at The Old Rectory here in Largs, she is sure that if you decide to stay here you will enjoy the hospitality and relaxed atmosphere.

The Old Rectory was formerly the home of the ministers of St Columbas Episcopal Church which is situated next door to the house in Aubrey Crescent. The house has many beautiful period features.

The Old Rectory is ideally situated right on the seafront of Largs just a short walk along the promenade to the town centre. The house offers excellent views across the Firth of Clyde to Cumbrae and Arran. On a clear day you can see the island of Ailsa Craig 30 miles away! For more information about Largs, see the link for my page About Largs.

The Old Rectory Accommodation

There are two rooms available. One is a spacious Double Bedroom with television and tea making facilities and has en suite facilities in the room along with bathrobe, hairdryer and also electric blanket (if required).

The other room is a Twin room which offers the same facilities as the double and has the bonus of a splendid sea view over the Clyde. Both rooms are comfortably furnished allowing you to relax thoroughly.

Breakfast is served in the Dining Room and there is a spacious Lounge which is for the exclusive use of the guests, where you can sit and enjoy the beautiful views over Largs Bay and beyond.

The Old Rectory welcomes children and pets and offers safe off street parking in its large garden.

"The town of Largs has a rich history linked to the Vikings and this is celebrated each year with the Vikingar Festival. The Pencil monument is a structure built to mark a Scottish naval victory over King Haco of Norway in 1263 that saw the complete withdrawal of the Vikings from here.

History apart, there are many activities for you to engage in during your stay in Largs. There are golf courses, many throughout Ayrshire and some of the best championship courses at that.

"If you're into sailing, there is an excellent yacht haven just down the road where you can sail to Cumbrae, Rothesay or Arran and beyond. There are pony trekking facilities and we also have Kelburn Park, a woodland estate where you can spend the day taking gentle walks around the estate."

"The local ferry services shall take you to either Cumbrae or, if you go along the road a little way, you can get another ferry from Wemyss Bay to the Isle of Bute. The paddle ship Waverley also calls here in the summer and can take you on a sailing tour around the islands and gives quite a unique experience."

"All in all, you'll be spoilt for choice in what to do during your visit to our pleasant wee town and the surrounding area, so don't hesitate to make The Old Rectory your base to explore from."

Getting there from the Information Centre:

From Largs turn left and head for pier. Turn right along North Promenade Aubery Crescent is at the North end. 10 - 15 minutes walk.

Getting There by Railway:
From Largs Railway Station, turn left and head for pier. Turn right along North Promenade Aubery Crescent is at the North end. 10 - 15 minutes walk.

Getting there by Aeroplane:
From Glasgow Airport, head west on M8 to Greenock then follow A78 coast road which runs through Largs. Aubery Road is fourth road on left.

Email The Old Rectory enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com