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Although the area had been settled as far back as the 12th century, Ardrossan didn’t begin to develop until the beginning of the 1800s when its two magnificent deepwater bays became popular with seaside visitors. The ferry connections to Belfast, The Isle of Man and Isle of Arran meant there was no shortage of folk travelling to the bustling seaside town to enjoy the fresh sea air and long sandy beaches. Ardrossan also thrived as a coal port and played a key role in oil refining, shipbuilding and railways.

Today the water is mainly the domain of yachts and pleasure cruisers, their owners attracted by the scenic beauty of the bays, the first-rate marina and the excellent sailing conditions. There is also plenty to see and do ashore, with numerous historical buildings dotted throughout the town and wonderful gardens along the promenade. The vibrant town centre has superb shopping and plenty of fine restaurants, cafes and pubs in which to relax and regenerate your batteries after a day of the waves. Ardrossan is also within easy travelling distance of popular seaside towns of Saltcoats and Stevenston and, of course, the Isle of Arran by ferry.

A great place from which to discover this most spectacular and beautiful parts of the UK; Ardrossan has much to offer the most discerning of visitors – health, heritage, high-spirits, and happiness but most of all, hospitality.
Comments (1)
28/09/2022 @ 7:07 pm
Derek Fowler
Hi , we have purchased a boat in Ardrossan marina , would you please advise of notice required and when available and cost to lift wash off and load onto transport please , vessel is a 36ft sport boat.
Many thanks Derek Fowler
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19/02/2016 @ 10:47 pm
Teem Surveys by 5 Stars
Very happy with the pre- sale survey that was carried out

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Cafes, Food Delivery, Takeaway Food
Lynne's is a takeaway and small sit-in cafe situated at the bottom of Glasgow street Ardrossan. We offer a home delivery service 7 days a week

Address: Lynne's, 10 Glasgow Street, Ardrossan KA22 8EL

Phone: 01294 469119 - Email - Website - Map
Central Taxis
24 Hour guarenteed Service
Free Phone 0500 340875
6+7 seater people carriers available ideal for crew!

Address: Central Taxis, 47 B Countess Street, Saltcoats, KA21 5HP

Phone: 01294 464646 - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Clyde Marina Ltd
Boat Moorings, Dry Berthing, Marinas, Marine Diesel, Marine Fuel, Wifi
VHF: channel 80 during office hours.
Located on the Ayrshire coastline and the gateway to the waters and lochs of the Firth of Clyde and beyond, Clyde Marina is situated in the Eglinton Basin in Ardrossan Harbour on the Ayrshire Coast.
We are an ideal base for the sea lochs & islands in one of the World’s most beautiful cruising grounds. With the shores and anchorages of the Isle of Arran, often called Scotland in miniature, the stunning scenery of the Kyles of Bute, Loch Fyne, the Cumbraes and the Isle of Bute along with many other incredible destinations all within easy reach, we are perfectly positioned.

Address: Clyde Marina Ltd, The Harbour, Ardrossan, KA22 8DB

Phone: +44 1294 607077 - Email - Website - Map
Bars & Inns, Private Functions, Restaurants, Takeaway Food
The Cecchini family welcome you to our new bar, bistro and restaurant at Ardrossan Marina. Enjoy spectacular views of Ardrossan marina and the west coast in a warm and friendly atmosphere. Whether it's breakfast, lunch or dinner, we offer a high quality menu. To compliment your meal we offer a superb range of coffees, wines, beers and spirits. Or for those of you who like something different, why not try one of our exotic cocktails or refreshing smoothies.

We open every morning at 9.30 and serve breakfast, toast and a tea or coffee for just £4.95. If you have a smaller appetite, a coffee and a scone or pastry is just £2.95 and is available all day. Breakfast is served until noon. Our lunch menu is served from 12 til 5 and offers a variety of dishes to suit every taste. A two course business lunch is available for £7.50. Dinner service starts at 5pm and is available until 10pm. The restaurant serves a la carte meals all evening and we serve our pasta's and pizza's at just £5.95 from 5pm until 7pm, Monday to Friday.

Why not round off your evening with a drink in the bar. Our wide range of drinks are served right up until 12.30am at weekends. We cater for every occasion, and welcome all enquiries into how to make your occasion special for you.

Address: Cecchinis, Old Power House, Ardrossan Harbour, KA22 8DA

Phone: 01294 471700 - Website - Map
Details & Reviews (0)Sylvia's Soapy Suds

Address: Sylvia's Soapy Suds, 33 Glasgow Street, Ardrossan KA22 8EP

Phone: 07538 258347 - Email - Website - Map
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