However pretty it may be, the coastal village of Ballantrae spreading up the green slopes form the shores of the Irish Sea struggles to keep the attention of the observer when the looming presence of Ailsa Craig can be seen a few miles out across the water. The pleasant whitewashed and stone houses and old church, the curving bay that takes the name of the village, and the waves that break over the shingle beach are worth the effort though, and those of a romantic tendency – and visiting this site we take it you are – will love watching the dramatic sunsets from this quiet spot.

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Glenapp Castle in beautiful Ayrshire, set amid thirty acres of glorious gardens and furnished throughout…
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