Gowanbank House

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Darvel, Strathclyde (Ayrshire)

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Gowanbank House, Darvel

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A luxury Bed and Breakfast in the heart of Ayrshire Gowanbank House bed & breakfast is a grand Victorian country house in the heart of the Irvine Valley Ayrshire. Surrounded by 7 acres of lush gardens and woodlands Gowanbank is within walking distance of the beautiful villages of Darvel and Newmilns. Built in 1890 by wealthy textile baron Alexander Morton Gowanbank retains its period features while offering quality contemporary accommodation.

Located within Ayrshire s rural countryside Gowanbank bed and breakfast is ideally situated to offer a relaxing retreat for holidaymakers while only 30 minutes from Glasgow city centre and 50 minutes from Edinburgh.

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From: £2000.00

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