Wonderful little house with many quirky features - luxurious home from home
Our family have lived in Troon for more than 20 years and love the town and surrounding Ayrshire attractions. Living nearby, we are always on hand to provide any local information and support to our guests at the ’wee hoose’. If possible, I like to meet guests to show them round and leave a welcome basket with local produce.
Carol purchased this House in 2016
Why Carol chose Troon
Everyone who stays at the ‘Wee Hoose’ comments on its charm and comfort. It is the most relaxing place to stay making it very popular and explains our many returning guests. No matter what time of year, this property provides a little seaside escape. Cosy fireplace for winter warmth after brisk seaside walks. Safe, enclosed garden to enjoy beautiful summer days by the sea. Gate from garden to the beach.
What makes this House unique
Breathtaking views Magnificent sunsets Upside-down layout with living accommodation upstairs taking full advantage of sea views
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
please give details at time of booking
Strictly no smoking inside property
children very welcome -please confirm ages
Minimum age of primary renter:21
Max guests:5 (sleeps up to 5 adults)
Any breakages/damage to be reported so we can maintain high standards
Please respect our neighbours and keep noise to a minimum
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Troon is a small seaside town in Ayrshire that overlooks the Isle of Arran.
Just a few miles from Prestwick International Airport and 45 minutes from Glasgow Central Station.
Overlooking the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig, Troon is situated on the south Ayrshire coast and boasts stunning, sandy beaches with magnificent views. The esplanade is ideal for walking, cycling and wheelchair use, while drivers will find free and ample parking nearby.
The bustling harbour is home to Ayrshire's fish market, which supplies locally-caught fish and seafood to quality restaurants at the nearby marina. The town also offers a wealth of charming independent cafés, as well as a range of unique boutiques and shops. (See guidebook)
Known as a golfing hotspot, Troon is home to an incredible seven courses including Royal Troon, which regularly hosts the famous Open Championship. Yachting enthusiasts can take advantage of the facilities at the Yacht Haven, one of the Clyde's leading sailing centres, and sports fans can head to the beach for windsurfing, kitesurfing and more.
Off the Ayrshire coast, you'll find the Isle of Arran. The island boasts seven outstanding golf courses and stunning scenery all reachable by ferry only an hour from Ardrossan. Arran is know as Scotland in miniature as it also features a magnificent castle (Brodick) , whisky distillery, local food produce, dramatic scenery and various wildlife. It is an ideal location for walkers to explore.
We are always on hand to advise places to visit and being keen golfers can
arrange /advise on local courses