Dunure is a picturesque seaside village, around 5 miles from Ayr on the coast of the forth of Clyde.
A late 17th/early 18th century tower windmill, the ruins of which sit on the outskirts of the village of Ballantrae
Irvine Townhouse once housed the North Ayrshire district court and general administration for the council.
Kilmaurs is a picturesque village in East Ayrshire, lying just outside of Kilmarnock
Alloway is a picturesque village approximately 2.5 miles from Ayr. It is most well known as the birthplace of Robert Burns, Scotland’s national poet.
Rozelle House is a mid-18th century manor on a formerly privately-owned estate in the town of Ayr
Locally known as 'The Glen Kirk', this small church is situated within the Glen itself
Dunure Castle is located on the west coast of Scotland, in South Ayrshire, about 5 miles south of Ayr and close to the village of Dunure
Visit Souter Johnnie's Cottage and experience 18th-century life
The Auld Kirk of Ayr has been a centre of worship in the town of Ayr for over 800 years
Loudonhill is a volcanic plug located near the River Irvine in East Ayrshire
At least three Churches have existed on this site since around 1179 and there are records of Ministers recorded as far back as the 1400s.
Tarbolton a small village in South Ayrshire, lying between Mauchline and Prestwick in South Ayrshire.
The town of Maybole is situated in South Ayrshire, 9 miles south of Ayr.