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Beith is a small rural town in North Ayrshire, Scotland situated at the east of Kilbirnie Loch, 19 miles south-west of Glasgow. The town overlooks the Garnock Valley, once known as the Hill of Beith. From Gaelic Beith means ‘Birches.’
Dr Henry Faulds an originator of forensic finger-printing was born in Beith in 1843 and Reverend John Witherspoon was a Church of Scotland minister at Beith from1745-1757, where he married and lived at 32 The Cross, he immigrated to America later and became famous as one of the signatories of the United States Declaration of Independence.
Beith is a peaceful haven, surrounded with beautiful countryside, with two architecturally interesting churches; Beith High Church was built in 1807 a gothic T-plan with dominating tower and Beith Trinity Church built in 1883 with octagonal tower.
Kilbirnie Loch can be accessed via the Beith to Kilbirnie Road; and is popular for angling for roach and perch, woodland walks and nature watching. The area has hotels, B&Bs, holiday accommodation, shops and amenities.
Beith has its own golf course, claiming to be one of the hardest amateur courses in Britain.
There are many attractions in this area of south-west Scotland including historic battle sites, walkways and cycle-paths.
R Jamieson & Co
SMG Financial Options
Beith Health Centre
Dr P F Waterston
Allen & Harris
Pub and Bar
Burnhouse Manor Hotel
Riverhills Chinese Restaurant
Beith Primary School
Gateside Primary School
Stewart & Osborne
Thistle Radio Cars
McKenzie Bryson & Marshall
Beith Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Garnock Valley Amateur Boxing Club (Boxing)
Paws & Claws
First Sight Opticians
Places to Stay near Beith
Moorpark House Hotel
Moorpark House has, over the past 4 years, undergone a multi million pound refurbishment and conversion transforming the property into a grand yet welcoming country house hotel.
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Burnhouse Manor Hotel
Burnhouse Manor is a family run Three Star Country House Hotel with a reputation for first class food, professional service and the warmest of welcomes. Our menus are made up form the finest fresh Scottish ... More
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Bowfield Hotel & Country Club
Experience a haven amidst the stress of everyday life in a refreshingly different hotel within a country club atmospere. Tucked away in the rolling hills of Renfrewshire, yet only 15 ... More
Dating back to the 1700s the Inn is the perfect place for the weary traveller to rest and recharge their batteries. Combining a country hotel with gourmet restaurant, well stocked ... More
Uplawmoor Hotel, set in the picturesque hills of Renfrewshire, near Glasgow.
Uplawmoor Hotel & Restaurant is a small independent hotel, personally managed by Stuart & Emma Peacock who offer visitors to Scotland ... More
Having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, The Lynnhurst Hotel combines traditional grace with modern efficiency making it Renfrewshire's new aspirational venue.Situated in a prestigious residential area the hotel enjoys a ... More
In a peaceful yet convenient location, this 19th century farmhouse is close to the A78 and approximately 15 minutes from Prestwick Airport and 40 minutes from Glasgow International Airport.
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Built in the early 1800's, Gleniffer House is a small friendly guest house with the emphasis on guest comfort. Situated in a garden filled with songs ... More
Ardeer Farm Steading
Ardeer Steading is a 4 star converted luxury farm steading set on the edge of a 100 acre working farm. In a rural setting It is accessible from the main ... More
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