Irvine Travel guide
Irvine : Michelin's recommendations
Irvine was once a royal burgh and Glasgow’s port. It was designated a New Town in 1966. With its skyline of church towers, the old town is no longer linked to the railway station by a stone bridge, but by a gigantic shopping centre.
Tourist attractions Irvine : Things to see and do
Gottries Road GB - Irvine KA12 8QE
To reach the quays, situated near the confluence of two rivers, the Garnock and Irvine, your route will take you past original, picturesque housing complexes which fit in well with the old buildings lining the sea front. The quays lead on to immense ..
Laird Forge. Gottries Road GB - Irvine KA12 8QE
Visit the museum's pontoons to see the sturdy old puffer, the Spartan (1942), the elegant six-sail Vagrant , designed by William Fife (1884), the Falcon , an experimental wind-propelled boat devised by the University of Glasgow, and the impressiv..
Gottries Road GB - Irvine
The Linthouse Engine Shop, a huge and splendid example of 19C industrial architecture was dismantled at its site in Glasgow and rebuilt here. A retractable footbridge, the Bridge of Scottish Invention, leads to a futuristic dome, where The Big Idea h..
6 Castle Street GB - Irvine KA12 8RJ
Situated on the banks of the River Irvine, Annfield House Hotel features scenic views of the Isle of Arran, as well as free private parking on site. Irvine town centre is only a mile away from the hotel. The Annfield’s rooms are accessed via an orig..
57 BANK STREET GB - IRVINE KA120LL
"Braidmead house is a stunning Victorian mansion located in the heart of Irvine and Ayrshire, providing first class accommodation bed and breakfast. Completely renovated and restored and extended over a four year period, braidmead house opened i..