Attractions near Wee Blairbeg

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Brodick Castle (7 Miles)*
This is a castle you will never forget! The tall, stately building beckons you with the glow of its warm red sandstone. The setting is superb - fronted by a magnificent bay, surrounded by gardens and overlooked by the majestic mountain of Goatfell.
Goatfell (10 Miles)*
Goatfell, or Goat Fell, is the highest point on the Isle of Arran, which lies in the Firth of Clyde. In Scottish Gaelic the mountain is called Gaoda Bheinn.
Culzean Castle & Country Park (15 Miles)*
The range of interests and activities at Culzean provides a perfect day out for the family.
Souter Johnnie's Cottage (16 Miles)*
The inspiration for the character Souter Johnnie, Tam's 'ancient, trusty, drouthy crony' in Burns' poem Tam O'Shanter, was John Davidson, the real-life souter (shoemaker) who lived and worked in this cottage.
Lochranza Castle (16 Miles)*
Lochranza Castle is the ruined remains of a tower house, built on the north of the Isle of Arran off the west coast of Scotland.
Crossraguel Abbey (17 Miles)*
The remains of Crossraguel Abbey, which are remarkably complete and of a very high quality, include the church, cloister, chapter house and much of the domestic premises.
Scottish Maritime Museum (18 Miles)*
Irvine was once one of Glasgow's main trading ports. Now it is the home of the Scottish Maritime Museum. The Museum was set up in 1983 and continues to expand with new displays, exhibits and facilities.
Rozelle House Galleries and Maclaurin Art Galleries (18 Miles)*
Rozelle House is now a major display venue, currently showing the significant collection, 'Tam O' Shanter' - a series of 54 paintings, by Alexander Goudie. The Maclaurin collection includes paintings, drawings, sculptures and prints.
Dalgarven Mill Museum of Country Life And Costume (19 Miles)*
There has been a mill on the site since the 14th century, set up by the monks of Killwinning Abbey. The Present mill was erected in 1640 and rebuilt in 1880 after being damaged by fire.
Mount Stuart (20 Miles)*
Mount Stuart, a spectacular Victorian Gothic house, is the magnificent architectural fantasy of the 3rd Marquess of Bute (1847-1900) and the Scottish architect Robert Rowland Anderson.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Wee Blairbeg
Lamlash (4 Miles)*
Brodick (7 Miles)*
Ardrossan (14 Miles)*
The North Ayrshire coastal town of Ardrossan is an affluent town in southwest Scotland. Its name well describes its situation as it is derived from Ard meaning height and Ros meaning promontory.
Dunure (14 Miles)*
Maidens (15 Miles)*
Carradale (15 Miles)*
Carradale is a popular holiday village and busy fishing harbour. Carradale lies at the centre of a network of forest and coastal walks with varied wildlife including many species of birds, several types of deer, and the poisonous but timid adder.
Seamill (16 Miles)*
Car drivers, making their way north on the A78, may perhaps think of Seamill as somewhere you just drive through. But there are extremely worthwhile things to see and enjoy there, if you take the time to find out...
Portencross (16 Miles)*
West Kilbride (16 Miles)*
Saddell (16 Miles)*
Saddell, the idyllic setting for a Cistercian Abbey, which stands next to the 'Allt nan Manach' (Stream of the Monks). The Abbey was founded by the great warrior King, Somerled in 1160, and completed by his son Reginald.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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