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Getting To Know The Three Towns

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Getting To Know The Three Towns


The Three Towns known as Saltcoats, Stevenson and Ardrossan, are situated around the beautiful, beachy bay of Brodick. They are found just to the North West of the area of Kilwinning. Each town offer up an array of historic landmarks, shopping strips and lots of things to do and see and they are all conveniently located close to the Isle of Arran. Read the full story

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The Famous Eglington Country Park

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The Famous Eglington Country Park


Just east of Saltcoats, on the outskirts of the picturesque town of Kilwinning, is the enchanting world that surrounds you when you enter Eglinton Country Park. Trails for horses, bicycles and pedestrians wind through the property. These trails take you through woodlands, along rivers and streams, and fields exposing you to a wide variety of flora and fauna. Changing seasons bring new delights to the environment and you may never tire of visiting this delightful park. Read the full story

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What To See When Walking The Saltcoats Town Trail

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What To See When Walking The Saltcoats Town Trail


The Saltcoats Town Trail is truly a wonder unto itself. Letting you see many historical landmarks as well as modern day buildings and businesses, the trail is a loop that one can walk around the main part of the town area. Walking the trail will take you back in time and let you experience the laid back attitude that many Saltcoats inhabitants enjoyed and pretty much still do. Read the full story

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Auchenharvie Golf Course and Club

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Auchenharvie Golf Course and Club


The Auchenharvie Golf Course is located in the middle of Stevenson and Saltcoats. This beautiful golf course has only nine holes, but can be played as if it were a regular 18-hole golf course. Although this course in its appearance looks to be relatively easy, it is found to be harder to play than thought. Two holes on the course are accented by water. A public course, it also has a driving range. The entire course is played around a lake and the ruins of a castle. Read the full story

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