Largs self catering accommodation
Are you looking for Holiday rentals like spacious holiday apartment on the beautiful Ayrshire coast in Scotland?
Largs Holiday Home is for you.
With two large bedrooms – one double, one twin – our flat will accommodate you and your family – or perhaps a group of friends. The large, stylish living room is ideal for getting together for a meal or just relaxing with one of the best views in town from our large bay window.
Our Largs self catering accommodation is on the third floor of a beautiful, well-maintained, Victorian red sandstone building. Sandringham, the name of the building, sits right on the seafront – just a two minute walk from all the shops, restaurants and amenities. The apartment is a stone’s throw from the ferry terminal from which you can explore the stunning islands in the Clyde estuary.
Full details of prices are on the Booking and Deposit/Pay pages.
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A little bit about Largs
Largs is a historic battle town on the North Ayrshire coast. Just as with many seaside towns, Largs flourished as a seaside resort in the 19th and early 20th century, with thousands of holiday-makers flocking to enjoy the pebble beaches and refreshments at cafes including the famous Nardini’s. Today, Largs serves as a port for the ferry serving the island of Greater Cumbrae (commonly known as Millport – the island’s main town) as well as the paddle steamer Waverley (the oldest surviving ocean going paddle-steam liner).
As a nod to its ancient Viking past, Largs hosts an annual Viking festival, marking the last invasion of the UK mainland in 1263 (remembered at the battle monument known as The Pencil).
Today Largs remains popular with Scottish people as a weekend destination and is a thriving community with a population of over 11,000. As well as still playing host to the world famous Nardini’s, there is a modern marina, the Inverclyde National Sports Centre as well as the popular Vikingar sports and leisure centre.
Find out more about the many sights and sounds of Largs on our Local Attractions page