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  • WiFi / Internet Access
  • DVD Player
  • Microwave
  • Parking On-Site
  • Pets Welcome
  • Kitchen
  • Internet
  • Essentials
  • Heating
  • Free Parking
  • Wireless Internet
  • Hangers
  • Iron
  • Hair-dryer
  • Allows Pets
  • Family Friendly
  • Bed Linens
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Coffee Maker
  • Cooking Basics
  • Dishes And Silverware
  • Hot Water
  • Private-entrance
  • Private-living-room
  • Stove
  • Laptop-friendly
  • Single Level Home
  • Bbq Area
  • Beachfront
  • Patio Or Balcony


The Beach Hut is a caravan style property with plenty of home comforts. The lounge/dining area is comfortably set out to accommodate up to 4 guests, with views from all windows. The patio doors leading out onto the large decking area where you can relax in the sun with a glass of wine or two and a bbq. Fancy a walk down the beach, just head out the door and you are literally there.

The property benefits from having 2 bedrooms, one double and one twin room and one main shower room. The location is perfect for famillies that prefer the outdoors and beach holidays. Ardrossan is only a 15 minute walk where you will find plenty of bars, restaurants and plenty to do if you need a break from the beach. Well behaved dogs are very welcome charged at £20 per pet. Maximum 2 dogs and on request.  Please note the property is beside the A78 so there may be some road noise at times.


Ardrossan is a historic port town boasting sandy beaches with beautiful views over the Firth of Clyde. It lies on the north side of Irvine Bay between Irvine and Largs, on the north Ayrshire coast. For sailing enthusiasts, the Clyde Marina offers a variety of facilities. The marina is also home to Cecchini’s Italian Bar, Bistro and Restaurant which is glass-fronted and offers wonderful views.

The town’s two beaches, Ardrossan South Beach and Ardrossan North Shore, are perfect for coastal walks. South Beach is lined with attractive cafés and tearooms, and also boasts grassy areas, perfect for seaside picnics. Many other eateries include the Lauriston Hotel and Restaurant and the Ardrossan Indoor Bowling Club, which serves meals and snacks throughout the day.

Shipbuilding was one of Ardrossan’s important industries in the 18th and 19th centuries, and today it is home to a ferry port with regular CalMac Services to the Isle of Arran. As the gateway to the Isle of Arran, Ardrossan makes for a great stop when travelling to or from the island.

Arran has a bit of everything: mountains, forests, beaches, glens. You can cycle round the island in a day, and there are beautiful golf courses if you like to take things a little more slowly. You can't miss Goat Fell as you approach on the ferry to Arran - it's the island's biggest mountain, and one of the most popular walks, with spectacular views from the top. And if you want more technical hiking and climbing, go for a scramble with one of the mountaineers from the Arran Adventure company.

The wildlife on Arran is abundant, so pack your binoculars for a chance to see seal colonies, otters, eagles, basking sharks, porpoises, and over 100 species of birds. There's plenty of history, too - head to Brodick Castle for a peak at the ancient seat of power, or Lochranza Castle, with its underground prison, 'the pit'. After all that you might need a bit of sustenance - and Arran's got that covered, too, with local cheese, beer and whisky.

Three railway stations are found in Ardrossan, and they all connect to Glasgow. Bus services are also available via Stagecoach.

Guest Reviews Guest Reviews


This is a really nice place the beach is just down a short path & is ideal for children and dogs. The views of the hills & across to Arran at sunset are amazing. If you want to either relax or visit other places in the area it has both. We had a long lazy weekend with the grandchildren but they were worn out so suited us all! Highly recommended


Up to 10% discount for holidays taken between 27 Feb 2018 and 28 Jun 2018 minimum of 3 nights maximum of 30 nights

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Booking Terms 25% deposit is required to secure the dates with the balance due 8 weeks prior to arrival. Where a booking is made within 8 weeks of arrival then full payment will be required at the time of booking. We accept most forms of payment including bank transfer; all major credit cards and UK issued debit cards. Rental is inclusive of linen and towels, as well as utilities (gas and electricity) unless otherwise stated on the individual property adverts. Fair usage policy applies. All breakages are chargeable. Click Book Stay have the right to charge a fully refundable security deposit.

Cancellation Policy - Once a booking deposit has been paid and the booking confirmed in writing, the Tenant is liable for the whole amount of the rent for the period booked.  Any cancellations must be made in writing and acknowledged by us. 

In the event of a cancellation, the following charges will apply:

  • If notice of cancellation is given more than 8 weeks before your arrival date, 25% of the total tariff is non-refundable
  • If notice of cancellation is given with less than 8 weeks of your arrival date, the full amount is payable.

 Holiday / Cancellation Insurance. Once booked, the Tenant is liable for the complete Property rental costs. As such, it is strongly recommended that the Tenant take out suitable holiday / cancellation insurance to cover costs incurred by unexpected holiday cancellation.  Booking Protect, which is a cancellation policy, is offered as an option at the time of booking via the TS Holiday Lets website.  Booking Protect is an independent company and not in any way related to TS Holiday Lets.