Positioned near the quiet village of Mauchline, and set amidst rolling countryside and beautiful Ayrshire scenery is Darnhay Milk House, renovated by the owner in December 2018. This converted barn offers a well-presented interior with a high vaulted ceiling and uplifting décor, ideal for a family of four or a group of friends.
The bright and airy spaces, combined with modern fittings add to the comfort of your stay. Snuggle up by the wood burner on a cold night and unwind in front of the TV with your loved ones, or play a game at the coffee table over drinks after dinner.
Velux windows overhead allow the natural light to stream through and the dimmed lights create a soothing ambience of an evening. Cook up a delicious meal in the well-appointed kitchen and gather together around the dining table after an adventurous day exploring the local area.
When the night draws in, you have two lovely bedrooms to choose from; the super king-size double offers zip/link beds and an en-suite, whilst the twin is ideal for kids and is served by the family bathroom.
Outside you have a private patio, perfect for balmy evenings watching the sun setting beyond a patchwork of fields and enjoying long-distance views over to the Isle of Arran.
Just over two miles away are the nearest amenities in the village of Mauchline, with shops, pubs, cafes, art gallery and the Burns House Museum.
The award winning SORN INN is also 3 miles away.
Ayrshire is one the best golf destinations in the world with nearly 50 courses to choose from including 5 of the UK's top 100 courses and 3 open championship venues close by. The seaside resort of Ayr boasts plenty more shops along with sandy beaches.
Prince Charles' philanthropic Dumfries House and estates, with its unrivalled collection of priceless Chippendale furniture, is just 8 miles away.
A little further away is the jewel in the crown Culzean Castle, a favourite day-trip destination of many Darnhay guests.
Cross by car ferry from Ardrossan Harbour to Brodick on the Isle of Arran and discover Brodick Castle, hiking on Goat Fell, and the Arran whiskey distillery along with scenery-filled walks along the Arran Coastal Way.
You also have access to the cities of Glasgow (45 mins by car) and beautiful Edinburgh (under 2 hours by car) with its Old and New Towns.