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Braehead Estate

Cottage with 17 bedrooms and 16 bathrooms in Garnock East, Scotland

From £62,550 per week

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Cottage to rent in Garnock East, Scotland

Hidden away in Ayrshire, Braehead Estate sits within 250 acres of its own landscaped gardens, park and woodlands, just twenty minutes from Glasgow International Airport.

  • Cottage
  • Sleeps 24
  • 17 Bedrooms
  • 16 Bathrooms
  • WiFi
  • Open fire

Cottage overview - owner's description

Hidden away in Ayrshire, Braehead Estate sits within 250 acres of its own landscaped gardens, park and woodlands, just twenty minutes from Glasgow International Airport.
Being fully staffed and catered for, Braehead Estate is the perfect private hideaway for a family gathering suitable for all ages, house party, corporate retreat or to celebrate a special occasion. It is also an ideal base to experience Scotland's magnificent scenery, history and world-class golf courses, whilst being looked after by our professional staff for the duration of your stay.
Although Braehead Estate has 17 principal bedrooms and can accommodate up to 24 guests, smaller groups are very welcome! All bedrooms have been recently re-furbished to the highest standards of classic luxury. Each bedroom comes with its own dedicated bathroom, luxurious bed linens and towels, cashmere throws and Penhaligon's bathroom products. Wifi is available.
Interesting in staying? Please contact our concierge team for a tailor made quote based on your dates and group size.
Guide Prices Based on 20 People
1 nights: £8,400

Features

Braehead Estate
Braehead Estate has 17 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 24 guests, each bedroom comes with its own dedicated bathroom, luxurious bed linens and towels, cashmere throws and Penhaligon's bathroom products. Additional bedrooms are available if required.
There are large entertaining spaces including a panelled dining room that can seat up to 40 guests and a drawing room which can accommodate 80. The Estate is fully catered and the award winning chef can tailor the menu to individual requirements.
A range of activities can be arranged, for example, falconry, archery, whisky tastings, Murder Mystery evenings and croquet, however, for those looking for a more relaxing break there are 250 acres of beautiful private gardens to explore at your own pace. There is also a games room complete with snooker table.
Outside Grounds
The Walled Garden – five acres, 600 overgrown Christmas Trees removed, levelled and reseeded. This year we have planted 45 Scottish Apple Trees, 15 Conference Pears and 10 cordons of Plums.

Deer fencing has been erected along the line of the fourth wall (which was always missing as it allows the burn to take the frost away) and planted with 700 hundred hornbeam to form a new hedge and to keep the deer out.

Herbaceous Border by the house – Designed by John Hoyland ‘Mad for Joy' who has designed the beautiful garden at Glyndebourne.

Large areas of Ponticum have been cleared and replaced with a collection of Rhododendron, Azaleas and Magnolia. – a wonderful selection of species, which have been planted for the future generations and selected by the renowned expert, Kenneth Cox.

Lawns – a full time job from the first cut in March, right through to early October.

This garden is evolving and gives us so much joy.

Location

Easy to reach and even easier to explore, Ayrshire and Arran sits on the west coast of Scotland with its wonders of island life, countryside towns and sandy shores.

ACTIVITIES
We can arrange a number of activities that can take place on the Estate, including Mini Highland Games and Falconry.

Further afield, we have access to a Shooting School, where everyone can try their hand at Fly Fishing, Clay Pigeon Shooting, Rifle Shooting and Archery. A great day out.
GOLF
Braehead Estate gives you the chance to sample Scottish hospitality at its best, and also to explore for yourself some of the magnificent golf courses in Ayrshire – not just some of the best in Scotland, but some of the best in the world.

The Ayrshire Coast is often referred to as a Golfing Paradise and we have many courses on our doorstep including the Championship courses of Royal Troon, Prestwick Golf Club and Trump Turnberry as well as Dundonald Links which is owned by the renowned Loch Lomond Golf Course, each presenting unique challenges of both course and climate.

Whether you are a keen spectator or player, what better way to explore the joys of golf than by staying in one of the finest baronial mansions in the west of Scotland! Blair is the perfect place to stay – luxury accommodation just a few miles away!

Glasgow International and Prestwick Airports – 25 minutes
Edinburgh Airport – 75 minutes
Golf Courses
For more information to each course, please use the links below:
Open Championship Courses
- Prestwick Golf Club - 16 miles
- Royal Troon - 15 miles
- Trump Turnberry - 35 miles

Open Championship Qualifying Courses
- Western Gailes - 9 miles
- Glasgow Gailes (Irvine) - 9 miles
- Irvine Bogside - 6 miles
- Kilmarnock Barassie - 15 miles

Other Courses
- Dundonald Links - 9 miles
- Loch Lomond - 38 miles
- Gleneagles - 70 miles
- Muirfield - 93 miles
- St Andrews - 98 miles
- Carnoustie - 119 miles

ESTATES and GARDENS
Dumfries House is well worth a visit and is 4o minutes drive from Braehead Estate. Set in 2,000 acres, this stunning estate and 18th-Century house with its unrivalled collection of Chippendale furniture has something for everyone.

The Walled Garden – over the past two years this garden has been transformed from a derelict dumping site to a magnificently restored garden with a mixture of terraces, new greenhouses, formal areas and a one and a half acre Education Garden. Open all year round.

Culzean Castle and Country Park – National Trust for Scotland Woods, beaches, secret follies, play park and a cliff-top castle – a fantastic day out.

This glorious 260 ha estate was once the playground of David Kennedy, 10th Earl of Cassillis – a man who was keen to impress with his wealth and status. Opulent to the extreme, the park is planted with conifers and beech, sculpted around miles of sandy coastline dotted with caves, and finished off with a Swan Pond, an ice house, flamboyant formal gardens and fruit-filled glasshouses.

The castle itself is perched on the Ayrshire cliffs. It was designed by Robert Adam in the late 18th century and is filled to the turrets with treasures that tell the stories of the people who lived here.

ISLANDS
Just a short ferry ride across the Firth of Clyde and you can explore either Arran or Cumbrae, or even both! Experience perfect island life, which is full of tasty food and drink, exciting outdoor activities and beautiful views.

FOOD AND DRINK
There are numerous restaurants near to Braehead Estate only 10 minutes away.

Try heading to the coast to sample the wonderful fish available. In the house, we have a list of restaurants that we have tried and recommend.

FESTIVALS
There are a number of Festivals throughout the year, which can be enjoyed by all. Here are a few examples:

Boswell Book Festival – is held in May at Dumfries House.
THE WORLD'S ONLY FESTIVAL OF BIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIR – The Boswell Book Festival is a great example of an event that mixes Scottish history and tradition, with contemporary culture and an iconic setting to create something really special for visitors.

Largs Food Fest – last weekend in May

Ballantrae Food Festival – second weekend in June at Ballantrae Harbour in South Ayrshire.

Glasgow Fair – The Glasgow Fair is a holiday usually held during the second half of July in Glasgow. ‘The Fair' is the oldest of similar holidays and dates to the 12th century. The fair's earliest incarnation occurred in 1190, when Bishop Jocelin obtained permission from King William the Lion to hold the festivities.

Largs Viking Festival – first week in September.
Started in 1980 this Annual Festival marks the 1263 Battle of Largs, the last mainland battle between the Scots and Norse.
Each year the living history Viking Village is open to the public so that they can get a glimpse of what life would have been like in a 13th Century Viking Village.

The Cumnock Tryst – last weekend in September.
It is a music festival launched in 2013 by eminent composer and local boy James MacMillan, with Nicola Benedetti as patron. Brass and choral music are two especially strong traditions in Cumnock

Illumination – Irvine Harbour's Festival of Light – last weekend in November.
The sky will light up with fireworks and Irvine's sleepy, historic waterfront will shimmer into life this St Andrew's Day as we celebrate the start of our four night art and light spectacular, illumination: Harbour Festival of Light.

Celtic Connections – last two weeks of January. It is the largest annual winter music festival of its kind and the UK's premier celebration of Celtic music.

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Location

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29.67km from Glasgow Airport

Prices and availability

Updated 5 September 2018

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Changeover days and minimum stays

  • 21 September 2018 - 5 September 2021: the minimum stay is 2 nights.

Extras

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  • Refundable Breakage Deposit

    £1,000.00 per booking, paid locally

Facilities

Bedrooms

17 bedrooms, Sleeps 24

Bathrooms

16 bathrooms

Entertainment

Internet / WiFi

General

Central heating, Open fire

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