Stunning former church dating from 1883, now privately owned and home to bookseller Timberbooks. Currently undergoing redevelopment as a 270-seat arts venue.
At Timberbooks we sell quality second-hand, antiquarian and new books. Visit us online, via our website or at pop-up bookshops throughout The Còig region.
Craft Town Scotland offers the Barony Centre with an impressive Exhibition Space, a Gallery Shop, an award winning Cafe and 9 Craft Studios
Welcome to Alba Experiences! Failte is the traditional Gaelic word for welcome and is synonymous with our culture that greets every visitor to our home.
An impressive red sandstone building built 130 years ago and which continues to be at the heart of much community life.
Overlooking the Firth of Clyde, Greenock Esplanade is a mile-long stretch of sea-facing property and landmarks with fascinating stories to tell
Beith is a small town situated in the Garnock Valley in North Ayrshire.
Robert Simson was a Scottish mathematician and professor of mathematics at the University of Glasgow. The Simson line is named after him
A Grade A listed building built in 1818 that ceased to be used as a Customs and Excise office in 2010
As is common along the shore of this part of the Clyde, rich red sandstone has been used in the construction of many of the village's buildings.
Dalry is a village on the Rye Burn in North Ayrshire.
Stevenston is an inland town in North Ayrshire. It is one of the 'Three Towns' along with Ardrossan and Saltcoats, on the east coast of the Firth of Clyde.
Fairlie Castle is a restored 16th century oblong castle, which overlooks the glen of Fairlie
Prominent Category B listed cotton mill complex established in 1831
The Prophet's Grave is the burial site for the 17th-century preacher, the Reverend William Smith, and is located in the Brisbane Glen near Largs