By Mary Jones 13th August 2020

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Our location in Scotland sits just off the western shore on the adventurous island of Cumbrae. It is Scotland’s most accessible island, just an eight minute ferry crossing from the mainland at Largs. The Centre is metres away from the sea; some bedrooms have spectacular views of the Firth of Clyde.

Don’t forget to bring your binoculars with you as you may have a chance to see seals, porpoise and a wide variety of sea birds!

Explore the Islands of Scotland

The islands of Scotland are a captivating and ideal place to for a holiday with your family. Our staff are on hand to advise your family of the best places to go in the area and give you directions to any of the places mentioned below.

Kames Bay

Go swimming or snorkelling in Kames Bay, just a short walk from the Centre. Keep a look out as occasionally you can see a seal swimming by.


Rent bikes from the local shop see if your family can complete the challenge to cycle around the island in a day.


Hop on the ferry back to the mainland of Largs and have a walk round the local shops and have an ice cream from the famous Retro Ritz Café!


“The Staff were lovely and very helpful. The place was spotless and very comfortable.”

“Lovely friendly welcome, room very clean and good facilities. Lovely breakfast and I slept very well as bed was very comfortable.”

“Rooms very clean. Next to bus stop. Cooked breakfast was a bonus as we expected continental. All staff were very friendly and helpful. Great overnight stay. so quiet and peaceful with beautiful views. Thank you.”

“Very friendly & helpful staff, the room was spotless & comfortable with a powerful shower. Breakfast was enjoyable & plenty food offered. Lovely walk into the town along the beach front. Very good value for our 2 night stay. Thoroughly enjoyed our stay & look forward to our next visit to Millport.”

We have received the ‘Good to Go’ mark in recognition of following government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.