Only a short drive from Scotland's largest city, Ayrshire, home of the Ayrshire cow, is traditionally the heart of Scottish dairy farming and is also agriculturally famous as home of the Ayrshire tattie. It is steeped in history as the birthplace of Robert Burns with amazing castles, stunning scenery and of course, it is the gateway to the Isle of Arran.
Often described as Scotland in miniature, Arran is home to spectacular hills, a great glen and rolling farmland. People choose to visit for beautiful beaches, golf courses and amazing wildlife. Arran is a fabulous outdoor destination, rising in popularity for mountain bikers and other adventure tourists and it’s also a spectacular food and drink destination. A real escape which is only a short ferry ride away.
You can enjoy the full breadth of agritourism in Ayrshire and Arran. Choose to stay in traditional farm cottages or modern build accommodation.
Take a farm tour, or get up close with Clydesdale horses, visit bountiful farm shops and dine on a deluge of dairy.
The area is incredibly scenic making it fantastic for walking and cycling.