Penkill Castle is a 16th-century castle north-east of Girvan in South Ayrshire, Scotland.
Girvan is a large town situated in South Ayrshire and is a popular visitor destination.
The village of Dundonald lies west of Kilmarknock in South Ayrshire.
Dunure is a picturesque seaside village, around 5 miles from Ayr on the coast of the forth of Clyde.
Beloved Scottish bard Robert Burns learned to dance and debate in this authentically restored house
New Cumnock is a former mining town in East Ayrshire. It expanded during the 18th century; mining remained its main industry until pits closed in the 1960s.
Barrhill is a small village in South Ayrshire between Girvan and Newton Stewart in South Ayrshire.
The town of Cumnock sits at the confluence of the Glaisnock Water and the Lugar Water.
The Harbour Arts Centre, located in Irvine, began its life as a seamen’s mission.
The small village of Annbank in South Ayrshire was originally a mining settlement.
The town of Irvine is a large town with a long history.
Located in the graveyard of the ruined Covenanters Church in Old Dailly, the two Blue Stones once sat at the altar and were known as Sanctuary Stones.
A late 17th/early 18th century tower windmill, the ruins of which sit on the outskirts of the village of Ballantrae
Tarbolton a small village in South Ayrshire, lying between Mauchline and Prestwick in South Ayrshire.
The word Dailly derives from the gaelic words for meadow and field which is fitting as Dailly is surrounded by rich farm land and woods.