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Brisbane House Hotel, hotel in Largs

Brisbane House Hotel

Hotel in Largs

The contemporary Brisbane House Hotel is located on the seafront promenade of Largs in North Ayrshire, offering magnificent views of Millport and the West coast of Scotland.

8.1
Very good
1,371 reviews
Price from£135.41per night
The Woodhouse Hotel, hotel in Largs

The Woodhouse Hotel

Hotel in Largs

Situated in Largs, The Woodhouse Hotel offers a restaurant and a bar. This family-run property also boasts free Wi-Fi throughout and free onsite parking.

8.3
Very good
583 reviews
Price from£85per night
Haylie Hotel, hotel in Largs

Haylie Hotel

Hotel in Largs

Set in Largs, less than 1 km from Castle Bay Beach, Haylie Hotel offers accommodation with a shared lounge, free private parking, a restaurant and a bar.

8.9
Fabulous
679 reviews
Price from£135per night
Willowbank Hotel, hotel in Largs

Willowbank Hotel

Hotel in Largs

This bright modern hotel has comfort and style in the beautiful Scottish countryside. It is situated off the main coastal road in the seaside town of Largs.

8.0
Very good
468 reviews
Price from£140per night
Haven House, hotel in Largs

Haven House

Largs

3.8 km from Kelburn Castle & Country Centre, Haven House is set in Largs and offers room-only accommodation with free WiFi. The units in the guest house are equipped with a flat-screen TV.

8.4
Very good
425 reviews
Price from£52.70per night
Broom Lodge, hotel in Largs

Broom Lodge

Largs

Situated on the seafront of Largs in Ayrshire with some views of The Cumbraes, Arran and Bute, the Broom Lodge offers free WiFi access for all guests.

8.8
Fabulous
439 reviews
Price from£72per night
St Leonards Guest House, hotel in Largs

St Leonards Guest House

Largs

Situated just 45 minutes’ drive from Glasgow, this villa is a bed and breakfast and provides free WiFi.

9.5
Exceptional
542 reviews
Price from£78per night
Peacock Guest House, hotel in Largs

Peacock Guest House

Largs

A recently renovated property, Peacock Guest House is set in Largs near Castle Bay Beach, Largs Bay Beach. This guest house offers free private parking, luggage storage space and free WiFi.

9.7
Exceptional
547 reviews
Price from£77per night
105 Nelson Street, hotel in Largs

105 Nelson Street

Largs

105 Nelson Street is a beachfront property set in Largs, 600 metres from Largs Bay Beach and 1.2 km from Castle Bay Beach.

8.3
Very good
49 reviews
Price from£65per night
Moorburn Heights, hotel in Largs

Moorburn Heights

North Ayrshire Council

Moorburn Heights is a beachfront property situated in Largs, 600 metres from Largs Bay Beach and 1.2 km from Castle Bay Beach. Featuring sea and mountain views, this apartment also includes free WiFi....

9.1
Superb
51 reviews
Price from£74per night
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What guests said about Largs:

  • 10

    Fabulous, my third or fourth stay in Largs and I never get...

    Fabulous, my third or fourth stay in Largs and I never get tired of it. Scenery is beautiful, walk along the coast path watching the ferries, and in better weather there's nowhere nicer to have a picnic and watch the sea. Good hourly rail connections to Glasgow, from where the rest of Western Scotland and the UK are easily accessible. Also change at Kilwinning for the Ayr line, which has some lovely seaside resorts too.
    Pat
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    A nice town to stay in if you like to be away from the city,...

    A nice town to stay in if you like to be away from the city, and enjoy being by the sea and walks along the waterfront. Only a short ferry trip to the lovely Isle of Bute, good charity shops and pubs, lovely staff in Costa Coffee, friendly locals and a nice train ride to Glasgow.
    maree suzanne
    New Zealand
  • 8.0

    Largs town itself is a bit run down (but this is like most...

    Largs town itself is a bit run down (but this is like most places on the West coast especially these days). Limited availability of supermarkets if you need to buy groceries for self catering, but you can get what you need. I didn't eat out but there did look to be a good selection of different types of eateries, Italian, Chinese, traditional, etc. Also actually good for doing some shopping. That's not why I was there but was pleasantly surprised by the shops on the Main St leading down to the promenade. If you are looking for a place to spend a leisurely time and don't need a lot to do apart from go for nice walks and eat ice cream then this is the place for you! And of course if you want you can visit Millport from Largs. The walk along the promenade in Largs is very pleasant, good for fresh air walks but was very busy with families, dogs etc and this was in Winter, so must be absolutely chocca in Summer. Also, respect to the people eating ice-cream at 0 degrees celsius - gotta have that in Largs no matter what the weather haha:) It's also a good place if you want a base to explore more of the wider area because the train station is very central but there is also a bus service which goes to Wemyss Bay, Fairlie, Gourock, Greenock etc, ending up in Glasgow. So you can go exploring:). The bus journey is quite scenic. Bus leaves just outside the train station. (I didn't know this but found out cause all the trains got cancelled:( So good for a back up if nothing else!
    Ahshaddupadaface
    United Kingdom
  • 10

    My visit to Largs in Scotland was an enchanting experience...

    My visit to Largs in Scotland was an enchanting experience that left a lasting impression. Nestled along the picturesque coastline, Largs offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, historical charm, and a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Exploring the town was a delight, with its charming streets lined with quaint shops, cafes, and friendly locals. The scenic promenade, overlooking the Firth of Clyde, provided breathtaking views and a serene ambiance. The iconic Nardini's, an ice cream parlor with a rich history, was a sweet treat not to be missed. Largs is steeped in history, and a visit to the Vikingar! museum offered fascinating insights into the town's Norse heritage. The renowned Kelburn Castle and Country Centre, adorned with vibrant murals, added a touch of whimsy to the historical landscape. Nature enthusiasts will appreciate a stroll through the beautifully landscaped Brisbane Glen, offering a peaceful retreat surrounded by lush greenery. Additionally, a visit to the nearby Cumbrae Island, easily accessible by ferry, provided an opportunity to soak in more stunning coastal views. The warmth of the local community was evident everywhere, making me feel right at home. Whether enjoying traditional Scottish fare at local pubs or engaging in friendly conversations with locals, the hospitality was truly heartwarming. In conclusion, Largs in Scotland is a gem waiting to be discovered. Its blend of natural beauty, historical richness, and friendly locals make it a must-visit destination. I left with fond memories, and I can't wait to return to this Scottish coastal haven
    A
    Anonymous
  • 10

    ideal for a nice break, plenty of pubs and restauraunts,...

    ideal for a nice break, plenty of pubs and restauraunts, some good shops as well, on the main street there is a food place called Curry King they do some great food, their Kebabs are brilliant, also various fish and chip shops, which do lovely food, also a number of chinese takeaways and indian restaurants, great for a day out or staying for a long weekend or longer.
    mclaughlin
  • 10

    Lovely place to visit and the bed and breakfast the old...

    Lovely place to visit and the bed and breakfast the old rectory was amazing place to stay and so relaxing me and my husband were there to stay for 3 nights it was great so we had to stay one more night can’t wait to book again
    Nicola
    United Kingdom

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Largs

  • 7.7
    Good · 37 reviews
    It was lovely and clean and had easy to work items in the kitchen and it was good to have use of the washer dryer. Scotts playground is just around the corner and the children loved that there was a park so close. We parked up on the street for our whole stay and could walk everywhere as it is nice and central to Largs main tourist area. The Vikingar Centre is excellent with great swimming facilities. The Viking Experience they run is excellent too.
    Jennifer
    United Kingdom
  • 8.5
    Very good · 27 reviews
    Very good communication , absolutely everything we needed kitchen , towels and bedding . Heating in so the apartment was warm. Local info available and a short walk to the town and sea front . Met the hosts by chance after check out as we left our car to enjoy the morning and they were very friendly and keen to know how our stay was . We would recommend this as an excellent base for exploring Largs and the neighbouring islands .
    Tracey
    United Kingdom
  • 9.9
    Exceptional · 31 reviews
    Pictures on Booking.com do not accurately show how good this property is. Very well appointed accomodation, view from the living room and kitchen (with front aspect) straight out to the Isle of Cumbrae. 5 - 10 mins walk to Largs Train Station and centre of town for all amenities. Would highly reccommend booking this property.
    James
    United Kingdom
  • From £145 per night
    8.9
    Fabulous · 679 reviews
    Breakfast was excellent, Due to the length of journey from our home we had broken the journey by stopping at two other hotels, the breakfast here was by far the best.The bed was also the most comfortable we slept in. Staff were most helpful and ensured that all Covid precautions were followed .
    Sue
    United Kingdom
  • From £78 per night
    9.5
    Exceptional · 542 reviews
    Very clean and tidy with lots of amenities in the rooms. Breakfast was lovely and well prepared by the team. The host was very friendly and had a great knowledge of the area with suggestions for us to explore. Great location in Largs with a small walk right into the centre and train station.
    Roan
    United Kingdom
  • 7.2
    Good · 10 reviews
    Very central location only a minute’s walk from sea front. Close to station and all of Largs’ attractions and facilities. Modern and clean with everything we needed for a short stay for family visiting the area. Helpful communication from owner. Key safe.
    Claire
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Very good · 1 review
    Flat was beautifully renovated, fully equipped kitchen and comfortable beds and sofas. Great location as it in the centre of town, close to shops and train station but with plenty of free street parking. If you're in Largs is highly recommended.
    Giulia
    United Kingdom
  • From £78 per night
    9.5
    Exceptional · 542 reviews
    I am not a breakfast person but what I had was excellent, service was brilliant, when I come back to LARGS I will make sure I can book into this guest house again its a must for every traveller friendly very clean and extremely comfortable
    Gerard
    United Kingdom
  • From £86 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 583 reviews
    Very friendly hosts and the location just outside the main touristy area of Largs was very quiet but handy for walks down to the promenade and beach. Breakfasts were beautifully prepared and served piping hot, a real treat.
    Derek
    United Kingdom
  • 9.8
    Exceptional · 4 reviews
    This beautifully decorated cottage has everything you need to enjoy your holiday. And it's a perfect base for your daily trips. We had a fantastic time and would recommend it to anyone visiting Fairlie/Largs.
    Ewa
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Superb · 35 reviews
    Apartment was spotlessly clean and freshly decorated with quality finishes. There was a fresh loaf, milk, tea and coffee for us when we arrived. Great view, quiet area and a great hub for our weekend ☺️
    Robert
    United Kingdom
  • From £145 per night
    8.9
    Fabulous · 679 reviews
    Attractive property with stunning views over Largs. Friendly owner. Delicious food. I would particularly recommend the vegetarian haggis. Mega comfortable beds! Fair priced and good value for money.
    Jodie
    United Kingdom
  • From £140 per night
    8.0
    Very good · 468 reviews
    The hotel is about 10min walk to largs Town centre ,it has plenty of parking, there's bus stops outside the hotel either side of the road for largs or glasgow
    Frank
    United Kingdom
  • 9.2
    Superb · 54 reviews
    The flat was great. Jason was extremely accommodating and helpful. I would absolutely recommend if you're looking for somewhere to stay in Largs!
    Tom
    United Kingdom
  • 8.9
    Fabulous · 58 reviews
    Fantastic flat first time trying one usually stay in hotels but if all flats are like this that will change
    brian
    United Kingdom
  • 8.6
    Fabulous · 134 reviews
    Very close to the action in Largs, good food and drink within walking distance. Excellent service.
    Marsha
    United States
  • From £86 per night
    8.3
    Very good · 583 reviews
    Location near heart of Largs, but in quiet street.
    annette
    United Kingdom
  • 8.2
    Very good · 439 reviews
    Great Location, 2 minutes from the seafront.
    Eric
    United Kingdom
  • From £177 per night
    8.1
    Very good · 1,371 reviews
    Great hotel in nice sea side setting
    Russell
    United Kingdom
  • 9.0
    Superb · 844 reviews
    Position in Largs and views
    Neaves-Wilde
    United Kingdom