Haylie Hotel is located in the seaside town of Largs on the Firth of Clyde in North Ayrshire, Scotland, about 35 miles west of Glasgow.


The original name means "the slopes" (An Leargaidh) in Scottish Gaelic.


A popular seaside resort, the town markets itself on its historic links with the Vikings and an annual festival is held each year in early September. In 1263 it was the site of the Battle of Largs between the Norwegian and the Scottish armies.


The Royal National Mòd has also been held here in the past.

Within the town there many activities including two golf courses: Largs Golf Club, a private parkland club and Routenburn Golf Club, a public moorland/hill course with spectacular views of the Clyde.


There are three bowling greens in the town with Halkshill having indoor rinks.


Walking is a favourite past-time; one can either walk along the three-mile-long promenade or sample other hill and country walks.


There is a well equipped marina at the south end of the town. Diving and fishing trips can be organised there. Other marinas are at Troon, Ardrossan and Inverkip.


Cumbrae Voyages provide fantastic marine wildlife adventures around the Cumbrae islands.


Information regarding sailing on the Clyde and between the islands of Arran, Bute and Cumbrae can be obtained from Caledonian Macbrayne. A special attraction is the Waverley, the world's last sea going paddle steamer - not to be missed.

Fishing, shooting, quad biking and many other outdoor activities are nearby. Fly-fishing, sea-angling and cycle hire are available all within ten minutes of the hotel.

Various festivals take place throughout the year. Sample the Viking Festival in late August or the Country and Western Festival in Millport.




More info on Largs can be found at Largs Online.





Interesting days out can be had on the Island of Bute where you can visit Mount Stuart House. Going further afield you should definitely visit Loch Lomond.





Pay a visit to the Burrell Collection or the Science Centre. Go shopping at the world-famous Princes Square in Buchanan Street, the St Enoch centre or the massive Braehead shopping centre on the west side of the city.





An interesting day out can be enjoyed at New Lanark.





Lots of attractions here. For the arts, try the Edinburgh Festival, the Tattoo, Fringe events or the Filmfest. There is a super range of museums and galleries, one of the finest being the Museum of Scotland. For visitors at new year, Edinburgh is the ultimate place to enjoy Hogmanay!





For anyone interested in the history of Scotland, a visit to the castle is a must.





Don't miss the incredible feat of engineering that is the Falkirk Wheel.



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