A Luxurious Rural Break
Surrounded by gorgeous countryside and landscapes overlooking the Isle of Arran, Pant Farmhouse and grounds offer beautiful woodland walks and a plethora of bird and wildlife.
Set on its own on a working farm, you will be able to enjoy the tranquility of the Ayrshire countryside. A private wooden hot tub is situated in the enclosed garden and the rural location offers direct access to the woodland trails that surround it.
Pant Farmhouse Facilities
Biomass central heating, electricity, bed linen, towels and 4G Wi-Fi included, with initial logs for wood burners provided. Cot and high-chair available on request. Welcome pack. Enclosed lawned garden with sitting-out area and garden furniture. Private wooden hot tub for 6. 300-acre natural, unspoilt grounds with woodland.
Two dogs welcome to be kept on a lead at all times (sheep country). Bike store. Private parking. No smoking please.
Living room 1
With wood burner, 55″ Freesat TV, DVD player and CD player.
Living room 2
With wood burner, Freesat TV and oak floor.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
Images from top left to right:
- Bathroom 1 (upstairs)
- Bedroom 1 en-suite
- Bedroom 2 (upstairs)
- Bathroom for Bedroom 2
- Bedroom 3 (upstairs)
- Bedroom 3 en-suite
- Bedroom 4 (downstairs)
- Bathroom for Bedroom 4
Pant Farmhouse floor plans displaying bed and bathroom layouts.
River Ayr Way
There is a real satisfaction in tracing the length of a river, and this 44 mile route traces the length of the River Ayr from its source – Glenbuck Loch – to the sea at Ayr. It offers a variety of landscapes, starting in wild moorland rich in natural and industrial history, and following the growing Ayr as it becomes a powerful waterway, driving mills and carving a route through rocky gorges. The final section follows the river through open farmland and estates before reaching the historic county town of Ayr, finishing at the harbour.
Ayrshire Coastal Footpath
The Ayrshire Coastal Path (ACP) from Glenapp to Skelmorlie runs 100 miles along one of the finest panoramic coastlines in the British Isles. Crowned with a superb backdrop of the ever-changing profile of the mountains of Arran across the Firth of Clyde, this coastline is steeped in history and teeming with wildlife.
Ayrshire Coast Cycleway
This route takes in long stretches of the Ayrshire coastline between Irvine, Troon, Prestwick and Ayr and has spectacular views across to the Isle of Arran. After leaving Irvine, the route passes close to Irvine Beach Park before heading inland through two Scottish Wildlife Reserves, Gailes Marsh and Shewalton Wood, before returning to the coast at Troon. The route then follows the coast to Ayr. From Ayr you can catch the train back to Irvine or cycle back. It’s also possible to organise shorter cycling trips by using the regular local train services with stations at Irvine, Barassie, Troon, Prestwick and Ayr.
Scotland’s only ‘road cycling park’, a 15 mile network of routes widely used by avid cyclists both for races and for pleasure.
The route is open and signed on roads between Lochranza and Brodick on the Isle of Arran. Between Ardrossan and Kilmarnock the route is opened, signed and mainly traffic-free.
Home to the iconic Ailsa, an Open Championship course four times over, Trump Turnberry, winner of Golf Hotel at Scottish Hotel Awards 2018, offers one of the world’s great golfing experiences. Trump Turnberry boasts 2 wonderfully situated golf courses; the Alisa and the King Robert the Bruce.
Royal Troon Golf Club was formed on 16th March 1878, in the Portland Arms Hotel in Troon. Old vs new, 2 well designed golf courses both in the same location.
Prestwick Golf Course
World renowned as the Birthplace of the Open Championship, Prestwick Golf Course welcomes all golfers from around the world to come and enjoy it’s testing historic Links.
Things to Do
Dark Sky Observatory
Burns Cottage & Burns Memorial Museum
Boswell Coachhouse Tree and Hobbit House
Take a day trip to Ireland from Cairnryan or visit the Isles of Arran, Bute and Cumbrae. Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh are close enough for a day trip, as is Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. Auckinleck train station 8 miles, Glasgow Airport 35 miles, Ayr beach 10 miles. Mauchline shops and pubs 3½ miles, Stair Inn and restaurant 2 miles.