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Ayrshire is a historic county you’ll find situated in the South West the country with a choice of lodges with a hot tub in Scotland, about a 40-minute drive from Glasgow. It’s an interesting mix of stunning rural scenery, countryside towns and sandy shores. You have a choice of excellent hot tub lodges in this area.
The main towns you can visit are Its principal towns include Ayr, Kilmarnock and Irvine. Visitors can look forward to some fantastic Scottish scenery, beautiful views of the coastline and plenty to do for families, couples or anyone looking for a pet-friendly break.
Visitors to this part of Scotland can choose from a range of hot tub lodges, cottages and log cabins with private hot tubs.
Crofthead offer a range of luxury lodges near Ayr that are perfect for exploring the beautiful scenery and offer well-appointed and spacious accommodation. You can relax the large hot tubs and catch up on a book or glass of wine in the tranquil setting.
This lodge park offers a range of modern lodges complete with decking areas and private hot tubs. Each lodge offers spacious living areas with well-equipped kitchens and everything you need for a retreat to explore and a place to unwind and relax with families and friends.
As well as unwinding in your own private hot tub, there are a wide range of activities and sightseeing to tempt you away from your holiday cottage for some great days out. Here are some of the most popular ones we’d recommend adding to your itinerary.
Another good reason to take a break from your bubbly hot tub is to hope on one of the easily accessible boats and spend the day exploring the Isle of Arran. The island offers year-round experiences and a bit of excitement of visiting an island by boat.
Ayr is a very popular bustling seaside resort that offers many local shops, a fantastic sandy beach and plenty of easy-to-find parking. Ayr Racecourse dates back to the 1500s and visitors can also see the birthplace of the famous poet Robert Burns. If you’re taking a short break, put this at the top of your list.
Both Ayr and Arran offer some delicious local food you’ll want to try out during your break. If you’re a lover of seafood, you’ll find restaurants along the coastline selling freshly caught produce. There’s also the famous Ayrshire ‘tatties’ and some incredible local chocolate and ice cream.
A good free day out is a trip to Dumfries House, where you can enjoy a guided tour. This striking stately home is a walker’s paradise, with some incredible 18th Century gardens to take in, river walks, and lots to see and do for wildlife lovers.