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Luxury self-catering in Scotland with swimming pool

House of Craigie is a comfortable, large holiday home with a heated indoor swimming pool and courtyard cottages situated in the heart of Ayrshire with all the attractions of Ayrshire and Arran within a short distance - beaches, castles and islands. 

An indoor pool makes this the perfect Scottish holiday retreat.  The House offers large group self catering accommodation with a pool in Scotland, perfect for large family gatherings, reunions, special occasions, golfing holidays and short breaks. The House accommodates up to 16 in 8 beautiful double sized bedroom with the option to add 2 temporary beds for children plus courtyard cottages can be added if required.

Close to numerous golf courses, this large self catering holiday home with its indoor swimming pool offers self catering golfing holidays or golf short breaks to groups of golfers wishing to play Ayrshire's famed links courses; Royal Troon, Turnberry, Prestwick, Dundonald, Western Gailes, etc.


The House is a comfortable country holiday house with a swimming pool sleeping 16 + 2 extra children's beds  in 8 beautifully furnished bedrooms. The courtyard cottages can be added if you need space for extra guests.

  • Large entrance hall with sweeping stone staircase and cloakroom

  • 4 spacious public rooms - 2 sitting rooms, dining room, games room /ceilidh room 
  • 8 country house bedrooms - 5 twin, 3 double sized, extra children's beds can be provided if required for up to 2 children 

  • Kitchen with its cosy 4 oven Aga, ideal for large self catering groups, and a separate laundry room off the rear hall

  • Swimming pool wing has w.c.'s and showers with keypad coded entry from the games room 

Outdoors are the formal gardens and lawns, woodland garden and ponds.  The House overlooks its own paddock where deer, hares, buzzards and sparrow hawks are frequent visitors.

The House is surrounded by fields and enjoys spectacular views and sunsets overlooking the sea, Firth of Clyde with its islands of Arran, Ailsa Craig, Bute and Jura seen in the distance looking out west.