Activities



 
PLACES TO VISIT

Ailsa Craig

A volcanic plug rising up out of the sea 9 miles out from Girvan Harbour.

World renowned for its dense granite, traditionally used for making top quality curling stones. Ailsa Craig is home to some 70,000 seabirds including 12% of the UK's breeding gannets and important populations of guillemots, kittiwakes, razorbills and puffins.

The Merrick In Winter

Culzean Castle



FISHING

Various sporting opportunities are available for Salmon and Sea Trout Fishing on The Rivers Cree and Stinchar.

WALKING

The Galloway Forest Park offers plenty for you to see and do, including climbing the majestic Merrick, Southern Scotland's Highest Mountain located at Glentrool.

There are over 100 different walks to choose from in and around the area.

The Galloway Forest is just a 15 minute drive from The Auld Creamery House.

GOLF IN SOUTH AYRSHIRE

Golf courses at Turnberry, Ayr, Troon and Prestwick are all within an hour's drive from the Auld Creamery House.

Further challenging 18 hole golf courses at Girvan, Brunston, Newton Stewart, Glenluce and Stranraer.

FOR BIRDWATCHERS

The RSPB Nature Reserve at The Wood of Cree is a short drive away from the Auld Creamery House. 

Red Kites can be seen in and around the RSPB reserve.

Ailsa Craig sea bird colony is the third largest in Britain, and trips to it leave daily from Girvan Harbour.

ASTRONOMY

For astronomers and stargazers, The Auld Creamery House is ideally situated close to the UK's first and only www.darkskyscotland.org.uk  in the Galloway Forest Park.



 
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