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B and Bs in Largs

No.62 Bed & Breakfast
Largs
Ayrshire and Arran

KA30 8HP | View map
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Fresh and Contemporary bed and Breakfast Accommodation in Largs. No.62 B&B has recently been renovated and offers bed and breakfast accommodation in Largs, Ayrshire. We are centrally located with easy access to the Largs Marina, Town Centre, Kelburn Estate, Arcades, 10 pin Bowling, tennis courts and fine restaurants. Our central location also aids easy access to Glasgow and Ayrshire with the Largs Train station 5 minutes away and bus stops located across the main road. The rooms on offer are all en suite and have a contemporary fresh feel. All rooms have 28 flat screen computer terminals and free wireless broadband internet access. There is also Sky (Satellite television), hairdryers and Tea & Coffee. Outdoor seating is available to really appreciate the beautiful views. We hope that you choose to stay with us and that you find our accommodation to your satisfaction. No. 62 B&B is located in the tranquil residential area of Largs, close to all the local amenities, promenade, parks, cycling and golf. For families there is a ferry to the Island of Cumbrae where you can go for cycle rides around the island.

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