Best holiday rental deals in North Ayrshire
873 beautiful holiday rentals from 30 different holiday letting websites, such as Booking.com or TripAdvisor, can be booked in North Ayrshire. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo highlights the lowest prices as well as the most popular accommodation options in North Ayrshire.
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The Weather in North Ayrshire
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. February is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is June.
Search for your ideal holiday cottage in North Ayrshire
Located just south of Glasgow, North Ayrshire has always been popular with visitors, and there are plenty of holiday lettings for you and your family to stay in while you explore the area's industrial heritage, discover its rural beauty, or take a day trip to the beautiful Isle of Arran.
North Ayrshire museums
If you want to learn more about the history and culture of North Ayrshire, there are several excellent museums that offer a wealth of information. Dalgarven Mill's Museum of Ayrshire Country Life and Costume is a great choice for history lovers, especially if you enjoy learning how ordinary people lived in centuries past, while the Scottish Maritime Museum in Irvine is a fantastic place for the family to explore North Ayrshire's historical and current links with the sea.
Keeping the kids entertained
North Ayrshire and its islands are home to great beaches – make sure to visit if the weather allows. Saltcoats is popular with families, as it has plenty of amenities, while Arran’s and Cumbrae’s beaches offer great views of the mainland while you relax. For something more unusual, take the family to the Hunterston B Power Station visitor centre in West Kilbride to learn how electricity is generated in a nuclear power station.
The Isle of Arran is a must-see for visitors to North Ayrshire. Car ferries run from Ardrossan on the North Ayrshire coast to the island town of Brodick, where you can also visit the beautiful gardens of the 19th-century Brodick Castle or take a tour of the Arran Brewery – make sure to sample the local brew and take away a few souvenirs. You can also take the ten-minute ferry journey from Largs to Great Cumbrae, which has a cycle route around its ten-mile coastline and is home to a local museum celebrating the heritage of the island.
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