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Not exactly a holiday "cottage", House of Craigie with its fabulous indoor swimming pool is a Scottish country house.  There are courtyard cottages adjacent to the House which can be added to your holiday booking for even larger groups.

Really a holiday mansion with the extra appeal of a heated indoor pool, this holiday "cottage" is just perfect for larger groups and large family holidays offering large groups year round self catering accommodation with a heated swimming pool in Scotland. 

House of Craigie is spacious with its heated swimming pool wing and can be found in Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland central to all attractions in the tourist area of Ayrshire and Arran, with its beautiful beaches, cottages and castles to visit, famous links golf courses and is only 30 minutes away from the city of Glasgow with its museums, galleries and luxury shopping.

Royal Troon, Turnberry, Prestwick, Dundonald, Western Gailes, the most famed Ayrshire golf courses are close at hand so this large self catering holiday house can offer self catering golfing holidays or golf short breaks to groups of golfers with the added attraction of relaxation after a round or two in the heated pool! 

House of Craigie can accommodate 16 plus 2 additional children in 8 comfortable bedrooms, the 4 public rooms offering space for all ages, see our Accommodation & Gallery pages for description and pictures. The courtyard cottages are self contained and can accommodate an additional 6 adults with a maximum of 4 children sharing with parents.


The swimming pool wing is accessed via coded keypad entry.


The gardens are huge, lawns and herbaceous borders and a kitchen herb garden where strawberries in season can provide your dessert!

Deer and hares are usual early morning visitors to the paddock at the front of the House.

Overlooking rolling Ayrshire farmland with spectacular views out to sea and islands of Ailsa Craig, Arran, Bute and the Paps of Jura in the distance further west.