The Ultimate Guide to Millport, Isle of Cumbrae

The Ultimate Guide to Millport, Isle of Cumbrae 📕


The beautiful Isle of Cumbrae is home to a small island town called Millport. The island itself comes in the form of a 10-mile loop and is located just off the coast of North Ayrshire. It is incredibly scenic, packed with things to do and is a hidden gem when it comes to exploring Scotland.

Millport town from Kames Bay

If you’re thinking about planning a trip to the island, well… you’ve ended up in the right place.

One thing is for sure, island life should always be simple and stress free. Should you be spending hours and hours of your life planning your island getaway? No chance. You’ve got better things to spend your time on.

To make life easy for you, we’ve taken the time to combine everything you need to know about planning a trip to Millport on The Isle of Cumbrae, all in one place.

Whether it’s food recommendations, things to do, places to stay, the best walking routes or even scoping out a beer garden  – it’s all in here!

We like to call this one: The Ultimate Guide to Millport, Isle of Cumbrae 📕

Please note that during the winter months, some of the local business close or reduce opening hours. It’s always best to check online or phone ahead (you can always rely on the trusty pubs though!)

Millport: Here’s What’s in Store 🎥

Got a quick question you need answered?

It’s probably covered in this:

So, let’s get right into it…

How to Get Here ⛴

At a short 8-minute ferry away from the mainland, The Isle of Cumbrae has been given the nickname “Scotland’s Most Accessible Island”.

Millport Ferry

The ferry leaves from Largs, a seaside town on the North Ayrshire coast, which is only a 1-hour train journey from Glasgow.

The ferry costs only £3.60 and one generally leaves every 30 minutes in the winter – an island escape has never been so easy!

See the Cal Mac Winter 2023/24 Largs – Cumbrae timetable here and Ferry Fares here.


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Getting to Largs Ferry Slip 🗺

Fire KA30 8BG into your trusted Google Maps. That’ll take you right to the Largs ferry slip where you can grab your tickets.

It’s only 40-minutes from Ayr, 1-hour from Glasgow, or 2-hours from Edinburgh.

Taking public transport? Well, there are also easy train links to Largs through Scotrail or bus links through the 585 Stagecoach and the 901/904/906 McGills services.


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The Cumbrae Ferry Timetable 🚢

Generally, the Cumbrae ferry sets off every 30 minutes (every 15 minutes in the summer)

You can either pre-book tickets online or simply show up and purchase at the office. Jump on the ferry and you’ll be on Cumbrae 8-minutes later.

Here is the Largs – Cumbrae Ferry Timetable and Ferry Fares.

Largs to Cumbrae Ferry Timetable – Winter 2023/24

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Cumbrae Winter 2023 Ferry Timetable*Source:

Cal Mac Millport Ferry

Largs to Cumbrae Ferry Prices – Winter 2023/24

Foot Passenger / Driver £3.60
Child 5-15 (Infant under 5 free, must have valid ticket) £1.80
Car or 4X4 (excludes driver) £13.90
Motorhome Up to 6m £13.90
Up to 8m £34.75
Up to 10m £41.70
Caravan, boat/baggage trailer Up to 2.5m £6.95
Up to 6m £13.90
Up to 8m £20.85
Motorcycle £6.95
Pedal cycles (restricted numbers) Free


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Getting to Millport Town from the Cumbrae Ferry slip 🚴‍♂️

You’ve got a few options here – bus, bike or car:

How to Get to Jacks Alt-Stays Millport, Isle of Cumbrae

To be honest, we’d always recommend leaving your car on the mainland. Travelling about Cumbrae is as easy as it comes.

The bus always meets the ferry on the arrival and costs only £2 for a single ticket. You’ll be in Millport 10 minutes later. Check out the Cumbrae Bus Fares.

If you’ve got the bike, you can cycle to the town in 25 mins. After all, Cumbrae is known as a ‘cyclists paradise’.


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It’s as easy as that!

For further advice on transport links, ferry costs and timetables – check out our full blog:

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Things to See & Do 👀

For what the island lacks in size, it makes up for in adventure.

Here are some suggestions on things to get up to:

Cycling Around The Whole Island 🚴‍♀️

Cumbrae was made for cycling, and I’m not just saying that…

You won’t find many islands in the world that come in the form of a perfect 10-mile circular cycling route. So get that helmet on and hit the road!

You’ll find a couple of different cycling route options on the island, but the best is just to cycle right the way around.

Millport Bike

Clockwise or anti-clockwise? 🔄

Well, that’s the big question.

Scott Ferris of Mapes Cycle Hire would always recommend going around anti-clockwise. That way, and if you’re starting from the Cumbrae ferry slip, you avoid the ferry traffic that heads straight to the town, and you can relax on the long way around the north and west side of the island.

Millport, Isle of Cumbrae Map

By going anti-clockwise, you can stop in at the Fintry Bay Cafe at the three-quarters(ish)-round point for an ice cream and a juice, giving you that well-deserved, energy boost through the final stretch towards Millport town.

If you’re looking for tips for cycling on the island, I’d recommend checking out our full Guide to Cycling Around the Isle of Cumbrae.

Mapes Cycle Hire Millport

Needing to rent a bike? You have the options of Mapes Cycle Hire, or ‘On Your Bike’ for flexible bike hire that won’t break the bank.

💡 Top Tip – If you’re a group of 3+, why not try the 4-person, QUADRICYCLE!? – it’s a fair challenge but some laugh!


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The Glaidstone Viewpoint 🔭

360-degree panoramic view around the island? Now you’re talking.

You can find the Glaidstone (also pronounced ‘Glaid-stane’) at the very top of the island, which is at a height of 417 feet (127m) above sea level. To put that into perspective, a Munro is any mountain in Scotland over 3,000 feet – so it’s certainly no challenge to you Munro baggers out there, but a stunningly scenic walk up, nonetheless!

It’s well worth the jaunt up to the top as the uninterrupted panoramic views across the River Clyde are unreal. You can find the Glaidstone as part of the Inner Circuit Walk and it takes about 40 minutes to reach the island’s peak, starting off from Millport town.

Once you’re up there, you’ll see the neighbouring Clyde islands of Wee Cumbrae, Arran, and Bute, and back across to the mainland coast of North Ayrshire. On a clear day, it’s nothing short of spectacular and you might be able to see as far south as Ailsa Craig.

Load up the route to the Glaidstone on your Google Maps app Here.


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Watersports in Millport Bay! 🏄‍♂️

The Isle of Cumbrae offers brilliant opportunities to enjoy getting out on the water! Millport is incredibly popular with the likes of Stand Up Paddleboarding, Sea Kayaking, Snorkelling, and day Sailing.

Watersports Millport Bay

With the sparkling water and beachfront lined with palm trees (actually ‘New Zealand Cabbage Plants’), you’ll feel like you’re exploring an island paradise. You can paddle along the beach and out to the ‘The Eileans’ which are the two, small islets in the bay, offering a year-round home to Millport’s resident seal colony.

Why not rent a kayak from ‘On Yer Bike’ and explore Millport bay?

💡 Top Tip – Make sure to stay safe whilst enjoying watersports! Millport Bay is sheltered and protected. As you head further out, you’re exposed to elements such as currents and wind, as well as other boats. Check out the likes of the Scottish Canoe Association and RNLI for safety tips, as well as the Met Office for the weather.


Millport Bay

Want to know the best part? You can find seals that live on The Eileans most of the year! They’re amazing to watch from the kayaks so make sure to paddle out and pay them a visit.

Kayaking in Millport is suitable for almost all ages and the shop says, “as long as you can swim, anyone can hire our Kayaks”. Life jackets are included with the hiring.


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Lion Rock, Crocodile Rock & Indian Rock 🦁

The Isle of Cumbrae is home to a collection of quirky rock formations which can be found dotted around the island. Over the years these have become iconic Cumbrae landmarks, and they’re bound to catch your eye as you’re out walking or cycling.

Crocodile Rock

The most recognisable out of the trio is the ‘Crocodile Rock’ which has been around for over 100-years! It is also considered to be one of Scotland’s “quirkiest, best-known landmarks”.

Croc rock’s origins have a somewhat… interesting story to tell. Check it’s, and the other rocks’, story in our full blog post, The Cumbrae Rocks. We’ll also share their locations around the island.


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Isle of Cumbrae Distillers 🍸

Fancy a wee G&T after a long day of exploring the island? Well, our good friends at Isle of Cumbrae Distillers have got you covered.

Isle of Cumbrae Gin Distillery Millport

Isle of Cumbrae Distillers is was started by a unique team of 5 full and part-time “Millportonians”, distinctively positioned as being one of the few all-female distilling teams in Scotland, and the only international women’s team, drawing representation from the UK, Canada, and the USA.

The idea began to blossom during Thursday quiz nights at Millport’s ‘Twa Dugs’ bar, but quickly developed into the Isle of Cumbrae’s first-ever distillery. The distillery was officially launched in September 2019 and, since then, has been a roaring success.

The team named their flagship gin “NostalGin” as it embodies the heritage of Millport as well as the Scottish Island experience. The gin itself has flavours of lavender, fresh island bramble and a hint of sweet orange.

Cumbrae Gin Distillery

They released their second gin – “Croc Rock” – in April 2021, appropriately named after the island’s iconic Crocodile Rock. Then came “Restoration Gin” in November 2022, a percentage of profits go towards the regeneration of Millport’s beloved Town Hall.

Currently, the lovely group have their store open in Millport town and have been running gin tastings and tours since Summer 2021. They also run seasonal events such as cocktail-making, lamp-making, and other workshops – so keep an eye out!

Here’s a video of our recent visit:

You can find the Isle of Cumbrae Gin Distillery Here.


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The Cumbrae Sensory Trail 🥾

The Sensory Trail takes you around Cumbrae’s 10-mile coastline, giving you the opportunity to delight in the island’s nature, wildlife, sandy bays and pebble beaches, sea life, and beautiful scenery.

There are five Sensory Point Markers on the trail where you can just pause in peaceful and calming surroundings. They look like this:

Cumbrae Sensory Trail

These are at five coastal locations around the Island namely, Farland Point (1), Ballochmartin Bay (2), White Bay (3), Fintry Bay (4), and Sheriff’s Port (5).

With the help of the audio guide below, you can see, taste, smell, touch and listen to aspects of Cumbrae and relax and unwind through this enjoyable and invigorating sensory experience.

You can cycle, walk or drive around the Trail. All markers are near the roadside, apart from Farland Point, which is a short, but level walk.

Look out for the ball at the top of the Sensory Point Markers – touch all five and take with you the gift of luck from the Islanders!

Millport, Isle of Cumbrae Sensory Trail


1. Farland Point

2. Ballochmartin Bay

3. White Bay

4. Fintry Bay

5. Sheriff’s Port


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Wildlife Spotting 🐬

Fancy yourself as an aspiring David Attenborough? Well, you’re in luck.

The island is a paradise for nature-lovers and wildlife watchers with over 125 species of birds, seal colonies, porpoises, and basking sharks.

Around Cumbrae’s coast it’s quite common to see grey seals and harbour porpoises. If you’re lucky, you may even be lucky to see Minke whales, basking sharks, and common dolphins.

💡 Top Tip – You can often see porpoises from the ferry over to the island, so keep an eye out!

You’ll also see a huge variety of birds around the island’s coast. Around Millport itself it’s you’ll see ducks, oystercatchers, red-breasted mergansers as well as the usual gulls. Just make sure they don’t steal your chips!

A great place for fishing and spotting wildlife is down at Farland Point. Check out how to get there by reading our Best Walking Routes on the Isle of Cumbrae blog.

Millport own from Kames Bay

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The Wedge 🧀

The Isle of Cumbrae is home to what was crowned “The Narrowest House in World”.

The front of ‘The Wedge’ only measures 47 inches and it has a place in the Guinness Book of Records for being the narrowest ever recorded home. Well… it did until a house in Warsaw, Poland, named the ‘Keret House’ stole the title in 2008, at 32 inches wide.

So, Millport’s Wedge has now claimed the title of ‘Britain’s Narrowest House’.

The Wedge Millport

See what they did with the last letter ‘E’ there? ⤴️ That tickles me every time…

The house gets wider as you move towards the back and is uniquely shaped like a wedge of cheese, hence the name.

Despite the tight squeeze, The Wedge boasts beautiful sea views and it’s right in the middle of Millport town – so no complaints on location!

Unfortunately (as it’s someone’s home) you can’t actually go inside, but make sure you keep an eye out for this bizarre, wee house when you’re in town!


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The Cathedral of the Isles ⛪️

For a wee town, on a wee island, Millport has a few ‘wee’ claims to fame…

The Cathedral of the Isles is actually the UK’s smallest cathedral

You can find the Cathedral tucked away in the trees just behind the town of Millport. The grounds and building itself are beautiful, so it’s definitely worth the short stroll up from the shorefront to see.

Cathedral of the Isles Millport


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The Garrison House 🏛

Down the road from The Cathedral, you’ll find the gothic-style Garrison House.

Garrison House Millport

This one has a pretty unique story…

The Garrison house was built in 1745 by Captain James Crawford. It was originally built as the residence for the Captain himself, and his officers of the Revenue Cutter Ship, The ‘Royal George’.

The Royal George Ship was strategically stationed at Millport and played a key role in enforcing customs and excise on the ships passing through the Firth of Clyde. The Ship was also hot on the heels of smugglers who attempted to smuggle all sorts of contraband up the Clyde.

The land that The Garrison House sits on was owned and leased out by the Marquis of Bute back in the day, for the small price of one white rose, to be paid yearly on the 11th of July (I wish my rent was this cheap). If you look to the grounds you’ll see the front garden still has white roses in it to this day.

Today, the Garrison House hosts a cafe, museum, and has some lovely gardens to walk through, or even find a spot for a picnic.

You’ll also find a pretty impressive model railway, based on Millport (with a slightly exaggerated rail network) if you’re into that kind of thing.

Millport Model Railway


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Wee Cumbrae Boat Tour 🛥

Fancy exploring an uninhabited island? Well…

Clyde Charters have gained permission to land day trip passengers onto the magnificent place that is Wee Cumbrae.

Daniel hopped on one of the very first boat trips here. Check out his Wee Cumbrae TikTok video that went viral!

At the moment Clyde Charters are only setting off from Largs Marina, but we’re talking with them to arrange a Millport pick-up, possibly in 2022!

There are lighthouses, castles, cairns, caves, and abandoned forts. This is a must-see place for hillwalkers, bird spotting, photographers, and all other outdoorsy types.

Wee Little Cumbrae Island

You’ll also have an opportunity to see lots of amazing wildlife on this tour, including Cumbrae’s own resident dolphin!

Why not read Daniel’s blog about his experience going on the Clyde Charters Voyage.


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Golfing in Millport 🏌️‍♂️

I challenge you to find a golf course with a better outlook than at the Millport Golf Club. Seriously, what a view:

Millport Golf Course

This special golf course is often described as a ‘hidden gem’ by visiting golfers and it’s one of the best ways to take in the surrounding beauty of the island.

Meander around the well-maintained course as you enjoy stunning views across to the Isle of Arran, Bute, and the Ayrshire coast.

During the summer season, full catering and bar facilities are available. Visitors can also organise catering packages including breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Don’t fancy the full 18-holes? Not to worry, there’s always crazy golf on the Millport promenade.


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Millport Calender Events 🤠

If you’re lucky enough to visit on one of the many event weekends, you’re in for a treat. From the Classic Car event in early May, to the Scooter Rally in late August, these are some pretty unique events you’ll find in Millport.

Millport Classic Car Event

The Island’s flagship event is the Country and Western Music Festival in September where thousands of revelers descend onto the island in fancy dress for live country music, lively bar atmospheres, and fun activities for kids.

Millport Country and Western Festival

If you’re more of the artistic type, the Cathedral of the Isles runs a Classical Guitar Retreat in July a brand new Opera Retreat Festival, and you’ll find several “plein air” painting events.

There’s also the September Weekend fireworks, and if you’re feeling wild, the January 1st Loony Dook to obliterate your Hogmanay Hangover.


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Millport’s German WW1 Cannon  💣

Here’s one that’s unique.

While exploring the West Bay area, you might notice a particular anomaly in the wall? Indeed, there’s a Cannon embedded in the wall…

Millport's German Howitzer 150mm Canon

…Well, it’s actually a German Howitzer 150mm field gun which was manufactured in Munich for use by the Germans in WW1.

There were originally a pair of these guns in Millport, located around here in the West Bay area. But how did they end up here? Take this story with a pinch of salt.

Well, back in 1919 Millport Burgh was selected, along with many other Scottish burghs, to be given captured German ordnance as a form of memorial from WWI. This act by central government proved to be very unpopular as the public felt they were an unwelcome reminder of the war. Largs had actually been given a machine gun that was in such poor condition they sent it straight back!

So what happened to two guns in Millport’s West Bay? Well as I said, people just didn’t want them here. So, one “disappeared”, which roughly translates to ‘launched into the Clyde’, and the other was buried underneath the seawall here. It’s since become weathered and sits in this state which has caused it to become another unique thing for Millport’s visitors to come and see.


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Geocaching 🧭

Here’s a way to have some fun while you’re out exploring the island – Geocaching!

Geocaching is a real-world treasure hunting game where participants navigate to coordinates in order to find treasure, or the “geocache”. Geocache come in all sorts of different shapes and sizes, and can be anything from boxes, to plastic containers, to film canisters.

Inside the geocache, you’ll find a logbook to sign and some treasure! Take a bit of treasure and replace it with something of your own, to mark your visit.

There’s plenty of geocache to be found on the Isle of Cumbrae, so grab your smartphone and get searching! Click here for more info.


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Field Studies Council (FSC) & Aquarium 🐡

If you just can’t get enough of the wildlife, then check out the FSC and its Robertson Museum & Aquarium!

Millport Aquarium

Previously the University Marine Biological Station, the centre is now an intriguing museum and aquarium showcasing the native marine life and habitats found around the island, and it’s history. There are expert staff, interactive displays, and even touch tanks too!

Recently refurbished, the aquarium experience is a great one for the kids (and you big kids too!).


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Walking Routes 🥾

On The Isle of Cumbrae, you’ll find five main nature walks, all of which are equally spectacular.

Whether it’s a hike up to the Glaidstone for 360” panoramic views or a long stroll around the full outer circuit, there’s plenty opportunity to take in the beauty of the island.

So, ditch the car on the mainland, stick on the FitBit,  and get those boots strapped up. Here are the best walking routes on the island, complete with pre-loaded Google Maps route buttons.

Cumbrae Walking Routes

The Outer Circuit 🥾

As it says on the tin – the whole way round. This main Cumbrae walking route will take you around 3 hours and 15 minutes on foot.

Cumbrae is essentially a big 10-mile loop, but it’s certainly no chore to venture the whole way round, with the wonderful coastal views to be taken in on all sides.

Millport, Isle of Cumbrae Walking Routes - The Outer Circuit

📍Click here to open the Outer Circuit route on your Google Maps app.

Clockwise or Anti-clockwise? That is the hotly debated question! Some say clockwise is the best. Some say anti-clockwise. I say, if you’re walking, do whatever you want – you’re going the full way round anyway.

Cycling round? Check out our Guide to Cycling in Millport, Isle of Cumbrae.

💡Top Tip Always walk on the right-hand side of the road so you can see oncoming traffic. The locals are well used to walkers & cyclists and are great at giving you enough space, but always err on the side of caution and step in, just in case!

Here’s a few things to keep an eye out for along the way!:

Oh, also this might come in handy… Here are all of the public toilet locations around the Outer Circuit.

Isle of Cumbrae Toilet Locations Walking Route

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The Inner Circuit 🥾

A trek around Cumbrae’s inner circle. Be sure to stop off at the island’s highest point – The Glaidstone viewpoint – for 360-degree panoramic views around the Clyde.

Cumbrae Inner Circuit Walk

📍Click Here to open the Inner Circuit route on your Google Maps app.

The panoramic views from the top are absolutely breathtaking. You’ll look over to the Isles of Arran, Bute, Cumbrae’s little brother ‘Wee Cumbrae’, and of course, back over to Largs on the North Ayrshire coast. On a clear day, you’ll even see as far south as Ailsa Craig!

If you’re up for a challenge, complete both the Inner and Outer circuits in one day!


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💡 Top Tip This route is perfect for dog walkers. Just be careful of what’s coming around the bend and pop your furry friend on the leash when passing the many farms’ lambs and cows.

The Farland Point Route 🥾

Easy on the legs with stunning sea views. This is one for the wildlife watchers!

Millport Farland Point Walking Route

📍 Click Here to open the Farland Point route on your Google Maps app.

Head right along Millport’s Victorian promenade, past Kames bay, and keep going a little further, you’ll see a gate. Head through it and that’s you on Farland Point. If you hit the Field Studies Council (FSC) you’ve gone a little too far.


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💡Top Tip Cumbrae is home to over 125 species of birds, seal colonies, porpoises and basking sharks. The Farland Point route is definitely one for the wildlife watchers! Look out for Oystercatchers in the skies, limpets and barnacles in the rock pools, grey seals, and our very own resident dolphin and porpoises in the ocean!

The Targets Walk 🥾

Up close and personal views of Wee Cumbrae, The Isle of Arran, and The Isle of Bute.

The Targets Walk, Millport, Isle of Cumbrae

📍 Click Here to open The Targets route on your Google Maps app.

This is a nice easy one if you’re in need of a short burst of fresh sea air to perhaps cure a NostalGin hangover from the night before.


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The Fintry Bay Route 🥾

It’s pretty much Illegal to do this route and not stop in for an ice cream at the Fintry Bay Café.

Fintry Bay Walking Route Cumbrae Millport

📍 Click Here to open the Fintry Bay route on your Google Maps app.

From the town, head up to the Millport Golf Club – quite possibly the most scenic course in the world – and join the woodland walking route from there. At the most elevated point you’ll see a spectacular view of Arran’s ‘Sleeping Warrior’.

Isle of Arran Sleeping Warrior

Follow the path down to the gate at the road and turn right towards the turning point at Fintry Bay. Grab your obligatory ice cream, and head back south towards Millport town via the pavement on the coastal road.


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Places to Drink 🍻

Looking for somewhere to wet the whistle? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.

Something we always get asked is “well, where’s the best pub in Millport?” and to be honest, it’s not an easy answer.

Even though Millport is only a wee town on a wee Island, there are a number of brilliant options for bars, pubs and beer gardens. Here a few of your choices…

The Millport Pier Hotel 🍺

Millport Pier Hotel, Cumbrae

Millport Pier (Pub)

Where: Quayhead Street, KA28 0AP.

What: A Harbour-side hotel and bar with beer garden and sea views.

The Millport Pier Hotel is a welcoming bar and restaurant which can be found next to the pier (funnily enough). You can expect a wide selection of alcohol as well as locally sourced, freshly cooked food.

Our favourite thing about The Millport Pier Hotel is the outside beer garden. It’s a wee sun trap on a nice day and the views across the water are superb – would recommend.


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The Newton Bar 🍹

The Newton Bar

Newton Bar (Pub)

Where: 1-2 Glasgow Street, KA28 0DJ.

What: A family-friendly pub serving food by the sea.

The Newton Bar is a fantastic bar/restaurant and certainly worth a visit when you come to the Isle of Cumbrae. Visitors always praise the food, and some say it’s the best on the island.

The Newton do ‘Curry Club’ on a Wednesday, and have entertainment including quiz nights, live music and sport. Check out their Facebook Page for more details.

You can expect a great drink selection, a winning atmosphere and really friendly staff. It’s dog friendly too! What’s not to like?


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Frasers Bar 🍸

Frasers Bar  

Frasers Bar (Pub)

Where: 7 Cardiff St, KA28 0AS.

What: Pub Grub and a wide range of beers.

Here you’ll be greeted with lovely staff, great service and a nice local atmosphere.

If you’re a craft beer enthusiast, then this might be the one for you. Check out the expansive selection of craft beers and local ales.

Sunny weather? Superb, there’s a lovely wee beer garden out the back door. Pouring with rain? Not to worry! There’s a roaring fireplace inside to warm up. The best of both worlds.

Frasers bar is definitely one of the best pubs in Millport – never a disappointment!


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The Tavern Bar 🍺

The Tavern Bar Millport

The Tavern Bar Millport

Where: 36 Glasgow Street, KA28 0DL

What: A friendly bar with great entertainment.

The Tavern is a very welcoming bar with lovely owners. There’s all sorts of entertainment, from bingo to their famous karaoke (usually on a Friday night).

They also tend to play football and other sports on the TV, including the Champions League. Why not have a look or give them a message on their Facebook Page to see what they’ve got on?

Sunny weather, why not have a pint out the back? It’s our favourite beer garden on the island!


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Places to Eat 🍔

Whether it’s lunch, dinner, or a quick snack,  there are plenty cafes, restaurants, and takeaways in Millport. Here are the best:

  • The Ritz Café 🍦

  • The Ritz Cafe MillportWhere: 26 Stuart St, KA28 0AJWhat: Retro style, 1950s café with amazing ice cream.The Ritz Café – a much loved local institution. People who have visited Millport over the years all hold fond memories of this place and it’s an iconic part of the island. It is the perfect place to stop if you’re looking for a quick bite or some lunch.At the Ritz you can expect filled rolls, toasties, burgers and – best of all – their famous sweet selection. The café serves all sorts of ice creams, milkshakes, even some tasty puddings and cakes.

    Our recommendation: It’s got to be the Marshmallow ice. Vanilla ice cream, melted marshmallow and raspberry sauce. You get a thick layer of warm marshmallow which stays melted on the cold vanilla ice cream – too good!

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    Brewbaker 🍪

    Brewbaker Cafe, Millport

    Where: 17 Stuart Street, KA28 0AJ

    What: Amazing bakery with fresh, tasty homemade goods.

    At Brewbaker, you can expect fresh food that is made with love.

    Whether it’s bread, quiche, cookies, cakes, tarts, bagels or muffins – you’ll be sure to find some seriously delicious home baking. The best thing to do is just show up and check the blackboard to see what is fresh out of the oven!

    Out with the baking, there’s amazing coffee and some great options if you’re stopping for lunch including their speciality salads.Brewbaker also make their own chocolates and truffles. 🍫

  • To be honest, they often look too good to eat…
  • Brewbaker Cafe, MillportCheck out their Facebook page to see some of the recent taste sensations they’ve been baking.

    Our recommendation: The famous quiches. They’re undefeated. Wash it down with a Brewbaker Latté.

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    The Dancing Midge Café 🕺

  • The Dancing Midge Millport
  • Where: 24 Glasgow Street, KA28 0DLWhat: Family-run business, providing freshly prepared food, homemade scones and brilliant Italian coffee.The Dancing Midge is a brilliant wee café and is perfect if you’re looking to have brunch in Millport. They serve full breakfasts, French toast, hot rolls, and bagels.If you’re visiting a bit later in the day, why not try one of their burgers or jumbo hotdogs? They’re top drawer.

    Our recommendation: It’s got to be the full breakfast. Two slices of bacon, egg, black pudding, haggis, lorne sausage, potato scone, double beans, toast and tea / coffee – the perfect way to fuel yourself for a day exploring the island!

    Top Tip: Looking for veggie? The Dancing Midge might be the spot for you. They serve ‘The Midge Vege Breakfast’ and they do an amazing spicy bean burger.

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    Round Island Cafe 🏝

    Round Island Cafe Millport

  • Where: 51-52 Stuart Street, KA28 0AGWhat: Fresh, modernised cafe which serving brilliant coffee, lunch and baked goods.The Round Island Cafe has a wonderful, warm welcome and many describe it as a wee Island gem. On the menu there’s a selection of toasties, baguettes, baked potatoes, salads and soups.They serve cracking homemade specials and all the baking is fresh too. You can even get an amazing Afternoon Tea! (the scones are home made and are to die for).

    Our recommendation: Their smoothies are the best. I’d recommend one of their Green smoothies – who knew blended broccoli could taste so good? 🥦

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    The High Tide Cafe, Fintry Bay 🏝

    Where: Fintry Bay, KA28 0HA

    What: Sunset cafe with stunning views out over the Clyde to Arran and Bute.

    You’ll find the Fintry Bay Cafe completely secluded on the West side of the Isle of Cumbrae and it’s an obligatory stop if you’re cycling around the island.

    On a warm summers day it’s the perfect spot for a break to enjoy an ice cream, milk shake or cold drink. They also have a great selection of fresh baking as well as soups, sandwhiches, salad & pasta boxes.

    All the food is fantastic however my favourite part is the amazing views across to Arran and Bute. Check it out:

    Our recommendation: Definitely their beef or bean (V) chilli nachos. Served with guacamole, salsa, sour cream and jalapeños. Oh yes.

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    The Garisson House Cafe ☕️

    Garrison House Cafe Outdoor

    Where: Glasgow St, KA28 0DJ

    What: Wonderful cafe in the grounds of the Garrison House.

    The Garrison House is a beautifully restored building and fantastic example of 19th Century gothic architecture. At the Garrison you’ll find a lovely enclosed garden, the ‘Museum of the Cumbraes’ and, of course, The Garisson House Cafe.

    The cafe serves a wide range of food, so there’s something for everyone. You can expect light bites, healthy options, breakfasts, lunches, hearty meals, smoothies and cafe classics – all at a reasonable price!

    Take a seat in the courtyard if there’s good weather, or you can take a seat indoors next to their “music wall of fame”. 🎸

    The Garrison House Cafe, Millport

    Our recommendation: Try one of the salad boxes! These change from time to time but are always TASTY.

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    The Burger Shack 🍔 (CURRENTLY CLOSED)

    The Burger Shack, Millport

    Where:Guildford street, KA28 0AE

    What: The freshest and best burgers in town. fact. [Takeaway only].

    If you’re looking for a burger in Millport town, look no further. Get yourself down to see the boys at The Burger Shack for some seriously delicious burgers and fries.

    They use 100% aged Scottish beef from the local butcher and freshly bake their own Japanese Hokkaido style buns every time they open. Fresh, local and unbelievably tasty. What’s not to love?

    Our recommendation: The Crocodile Style Chicken Burger is the absolute business. Pair that with a side of cajun fries for a mouthwatering combo.


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    The Newton Bar 🍺

    Where: 1-2 Glasgow Street, KA28 0DJ.

    What: A family-friendly pub serving food by the sea. [Takeaway available].

    The Newton Bar is a fantastic bar / restaurant and certainly worth a visit when you come to the island. Visitors and locals always highly praise the food, and some say it’s the best place to eat in Millport.

    When it comes to the menu you can expect a great selection of meals including steak, burgers, curry and different chicken dishes. Proper tasty stuff.

    Our recommendation: Curry Club Wednesdays! Your choice of curry, rice, poppadoms, spiced onions and mixed pakora. All for £14.50 (£12.50 takeaway). Quality.


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    Millport Pier Hotel 🏨

    Millport Pier Hotel, Cumbrae

    Where: Quayhead Street, KA28 0AP.

    What: A Harbour-side hotel and bar with beer garden and sea views.

    The Millport Pier Hotel is a welcoming bar and restaurant which can be found (you guessed it) next to the Millport pier. You can expect a wide selection of alcohol as well as locally sourced, freshly cooked food.

    Suitable for breakfast, lunch, or dinner and you’ll find classics like haggis, burgers and fish & chips.

    The Millport Pier Hotel also features in our Best Bars and Pubs in Millport, Isle of Cumbrae blog.

    Our recommendation: Haggis, Neeps n Tatties – och aye!

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    Frasers Bar 🍺

    Where: 7 Cardiff St, KA28 0AS.

    What: A snug bar with great pub grub.

    If you head to Fraser’s bar you’ll be greeted with lovely staff, a wide range of beers, great service and a nice local atmosphere.

    It’s also a great shout for food – whether it’s for lunch or dinner. We’d describe the food as ‘hearty scran’ so you can expect classics like soup, steak pie, scampi, burgers and fish & chips.

    Our recommendation: The steak pie! It’s class.

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    Deep-Sea Fish and Chips 🍟

    Where: 5 Quayhead, KA28 0AW

    What: Award-winning fish and chips [Takeaway only].

    You can find Deep-Sea Fish & Chips on the far end of the town, next to the Millport pier. There’s not much to say other than it’s a brilliant Chip Shop with all your classic options. Superb stuff.

    Our recommendation: The classic Fish & Chips, but get the fish breaded and load the chips with chip shop curry sauce. Oaft. Wash it down with a pint from the Millport Pier Hotel next door.


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  • Top Tip: Leave nothing but footprints!

    Let’s keep Scotland’s landscapes litter free. It should go without saying, but if there’s not a bin nearby, do the right thing by taking it with you. Also, please use recycling points where available.

    Crocodile Chippy 🍤 (CURRENTLY CLOSED)

  • The Crocodile Chippy, Millport

    Where: 30 Glasgow St, KA28 0DL

    What: Golden deep-fried goodness [Takeaway only].

    You’ll find the Crocodile Chippy off the beach right next to Crocodile Rock (funnily enough) and it’s a place that certain to tingle your tastebuds. We love this place, and the menu boasts a lot more than a standard ‘chippy’.

    Of course you get your chip shop favourites, but they also serve unreal specials at the weekend which are a bit different. Expect fresh stone-baked pizza, burgers, lamb koftas, and crispy Korean BBQ cauliflower.

    Our recommendation: The World Famous ‘Crocodile Style Chips’! Cajun chippy chips and crispy southern fried chicken topped with cheddar & Monterey Jack cheese, buffalo sauce, chipotle mayo and bacon bits. Jeezo… my mouth started watering as I typed that.

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  • Crocodeli 🐊

    Crocodeli Millport

  • Where:33 Stuart Street, KA28 0AJWhat: A lovely deli and bakery which is open all year round.Crocodeli is a smahing wee deli serving a variety of fresh baking including pastries, baguettes and a variety of breads.It’s a fantastic spot for grabbing a coffee, a quick bite or to pack up for a picnic. The produce is always fresh and tasty, and the service is friendly.They’ve also got a lovely selection of cheeses, biscuits, wines, and craft beers to purchase 🍷 Perfect if you’re planning a night in!
  • Our recommendation: Anything involving the freshly baked bread – it’s the BEST! Try pairing it with one of their signature salads.

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Giovanni’s Pizza & Pasta 🍕 (CURRENTLY CLOSED)

Where: 15 Stuart Street, KA28 0AJ

What: Pizza & Pasta Takeaway

Giovanni’s is a cracking place offering takeaway pizza & pasta. Either order directly on +44 7731 418877 or simply pop in.

The pizzas are authentic, stone baked and delicious. Create your own pizza or chose from their tasty range of pastas. There’s also sides available including chips and garlic bread.

You can check out their menu here.

Our recommendation: Create your own pizza! All your favourite toppings, cooked to perfection.

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Places To Stay 💤

From budget hostels to eco-cabins, there’s all sorts of accommodation available on the Isle of Cumbrae.

Whether you’re looking for rural or something a bit more modern, there’s something for every type of traveler on the Island.

Here are 13 places you can stay in Millport, Isle of Cumbrae:

The Bothy – Private & Exclusive Cottage

The Bothy Millport Accommodation

Figgitoch Farm is situated on the beautiful Isle of Cumbrae with fantastic views of the Firth of Clyde. It’s the perfect place for relaxing, walking, cycling, golfing, painting, or just chilling out. The bothy is a quant farm cottage which has been lovingly restored to a high standard, complete with a private garden and patio.

You can find The Bothy on Airbnb.


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The College Guest House

The College Guest House Millport Accommodation

The College is a Visit Scotland 3 Star Guest House. It is located next to Britain’s smallest cathedral, The Cathedral of The Isles. Both were built at the same time in 1851 by the architect William Butterfield. The College was originally built for students of theology in the Scottish Episcopal Church.

The College was refurbished recently and now allows visitors to enjoy a unique combination of modern luxury and homemade meals in a building full of history and character.

You can find The College Guest House website here


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Seal View

Seal View - Places to stay in Millport

This ground floor villa has stunning views over the sea and is only 100 yards from the sandy beach with tropical palms fronting the promenade and yachts moored out in the sheltered bay. From here you can explore the charm of a seaside town with cafés, shops, bars, and bistro.

You can find the Seal View Villa on Airbnb.


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Millport Beach Apartment

Millport Beach Apartment - Places to stay in Millport

A newly furnished and decorated 2 bedroom flat on the seafront.  With spectacular sea views, this second floor flat has two double bedrooms, a large living area, a separate kitchen, and a bathroom with shower.

It’s right above The Ritz Cafe, 1 min walk from Quay Head bus stop. On the second floor, the property is well equipped with little luxuries like Egyptian cotton 600 thread count bed linen and big fluffy towels. Perfect for families and couples.

You can find the Millport Beach Apartment on Airbnb.


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Croc Rock Studio Apartment

Croc Roc Studio

The Croc Rock Studio is a delightful wee ground floor apartment which has fantastic views across to Millport Bay. Look out the window from your comfortable armchair and enjoy amazing views towards the sea and beach.

The carefully designed studio has lots of thoughtful touches and is a place for peace and tranquility. It has also been described as the perfect place for artists and writers. There’s no TV, however you can expect art supplies, super quick broadband, books and games. Plenty to keep you entertained!

Also if you’re a responsible pet owner, then you’re in luck – “nice dugs are welcome!”.

If you’d like to book, you can message the lovely owner, Suki,  on the Croc Rock Studio Facebook page.


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Millport Pier Hotel

Millport Pier Hotel - Places to stay in Millport

The Millport Pier Hotel has undergone a total refurbishment to the Bar, Restaurant & Kitchen areas. A new wrap around beer garden offers outstanding views over the Newtown bay and a beautiful view south over Wee Cumbrae and Arran The Bar/Restaurant will offer a locally sourced freshly cooked menu with a range of fine wines, Scottish & International beers.

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The Nest

The Nest Millport Accommodation

A Holiday studio apartment near to the golf club. The Nest is a small 1st-floor bedsit reflective of Millport’s original accommodation, though lucky enough now to have an inside toilet!

This is one for the digital detoxers! No internet, no sky tv, no gas central heating, no washing machine! Just a place to rest called The Nest, after enjoying the beautiful peaceful island.

You can find The Nest on Holiday Lettings.


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Top Tip: If you’re looking for more options, check out the “Millport ‘Staycation’ Accommodation” group on Facebook. The group is for both advertising and finding holiday accommodation in Millport, Cumbrae!

Heaven above the Haven

Heaven above the Haven - Millport Accommodation

This is truly a little piece of Heaven in Millport. A three-bedroom flat sleeping 6 with stunning sea views overlooking the Firth of Clyde, across Millport Bay and towards the Isle of Arran in a peaceful and tranquil location at the edge of the town.

Ideally located just a short walk from the sandy beaches of Kames Bay and either a 15-minute walk or short bus journey to the shops of Millport town, Garrison House, and the famous Ritz Cafe.

You can find Heaven in Millport on Holiday Lettings.


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Cosy Corner

Cosy Corner - Millport Accommodation

This Apartment features a private garden and is close to the beach. Complete with wood burning stove, the apartment has 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, an equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower. Pets welcome.

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Beside the Bay

Beside the bay - Places to stay in Millport

This beachfront apartment was originally part of a small grocer’s shop and is grade C listed. The building dates from the 1830s and has been carefully stripped back inside to provide a compact, quirky space to enjoy.

A kitchen/ living room with a cosy wood burner looks out to Kames Bay, and on a summer morning, with the window open, you’ll be able to hear the waves and the call of the seabirds.

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Millport Holiday Park

Millport Holiday Park

Millport Holiday Park is a friendly, family orientated Static Caravan Park & Touring Site. It has a private play park, a games room, a coin-operated laundry & a coin-operated shower block. It is situated only a 5-minute walk from the main seafront of Millport and just a 2-minute walk from the Golf Club. It boasts fantastic views across the Firth of Clyde to Argyle, Bute & Wee Cumbrae. No dogs. Linen hire costs £15.

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Rose Cottage

Rose Cottage - Millport

This is a unique and quirky cottage. Accessed from the road by a few stone steps, the cottage is tucked away behind other buildings, making it a quiet and peaceful haven. It has its own private garden, and we welcome up to two dogs- no extra charge!

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Things to See & Do in Largs

Great news! There’s plenty of more fun to be had across the water…

Let’s check out all of the best things to get up to:

Visit the Largs Pencil Monument ✏️

The Pencil monument stands at about 70 feet tall and towers over the Largs coastline. It was built in 1912 to commemorate the Battle of Largs (1263) when we defeated the Vikings of Norway on the shorefront.

Largs Pencil Monument

Largs has since become famous for its Viking connections and has been given the nickname ‘Viking Town’.  You’ll find all sorts of Viking references throughout the town, from the Viking Chippy to the ‘Vikingar!’ leisure centre.

Largs even host an annual Viking Festival to give people a glimpse of what life was like in a 13th Century Viking Village.

The Pencil can be found along at the end of the prom, near the Largs Marina.


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Visit Magnus the Viking 🗡

Another reference to the town’s Viking roots – Magnus the Viking. Magnus was given his spot on Largs prom in 2013 which marked the 750th anniversary of the Battle of Largs (1263).

You’ll find this big guy right across the road from the world-famous Nardini’s. In fact, you can’t really miss him as you’re walking along the prom.

Largs Magnus Viking

It’s a great photo opportunity and you might even find him dressed up depending on the season. He’s been spotted wearing football scarves, santa hats and has even been wearing his facemask throughout lockdown.


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Visit the Largs Marina 🛥

Along at the edge of town, you’ll find the Largs Yacht Haven which hosts all sorts of fun for water lovers. Whether you’re a boat owner or someone who’s just visiting, there’s plenty to keep you entertained.

Largs Yacht Haven

The marina offers private boat tours from the likes of Clyde Charters or Sea Clyde Private Charters which is an amazing opportunity to see the surrounding islands from a different perspective. You’ll find all sorts of wildlife on these tours including dolphins, seals, sea birds and porpoises – so keep those eyes peeled!

The marina also is home to a contemporary bistro offering great coffee and light lunches called Bosun’s Table as well as a quality restaurant called Scott’s. Whether you’re looking for a coffee pit-stop or a night of dinner and cocktails, the marina has you covered.


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Thinking of booking a boat tour?: You should check out Daniel’s ‘Voyage to Wee Cumbrae‘ blog where he talks about his recent boat tour with Clyde Charters to the uninhabited island of ‘Wee Cumbrae’.

Visit Kelburn Castle & Country Centre 🏰

Now, this is probably my favourite place to visit in Largs – Kelburn Estate. You’ll find it on the outskirts of Largs, an additional 15-minute walk out from the marina.

Kelburn is great fun for all ages, whether you’re a family looking for a day out, or a couple looking for an adventure. You can expect woodland walking routes, waterfalls, a beautiful walled garden, and a (very) eye catching castle.

The psychedelic mural was painted on the castle in 2007 by Brazilian street artists and its brought some serious colour to Kelburn Estate ever since.

Kelburn Castle, Largs

For children, you’ll find lots of play areas including the outdoor Adventure Course, Secret Forest, Wild West Saloon and the indoor Playbarn.

Kelburn is also famous for its many unusual trees, two of which have been recognised by the Forestry Commission in the Top 100 most important ‘heritage’ trees in Scotland.

There’s all sorts of fun to be had, so grab those walking boots and get ready to explore the wonders of the enchanted forest. Once you’re finished, you can stop off at the on-site café for some food and refreshments.


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Inverclyde Sports Centre ⚽️

Feeling active? Well maybe this will be up your street.

Largs is home to the state-of-the-art Inverclyde Sports Centre which offers a wide range of activities for both members and guests. There are basketball courts, tennis courts, football pitches, fitness studios, a golf course, and a gymnastic hall.

Inverclyde Sports Centre Largs

If you’re visiting in a small group, you might be interested in trying their gym, tennis, badminton, table tennis, golf-training, archery or maybe even one of their fitness classes!

Check out their website and make enquiries here.


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Visit Geraldo’s 🍦

Geraldo’s is Ayrshire’s 1st ever 5-Star Tourist Shop and you’ll find it a short 2-minute walk away from the ferry slip.

Geraldos Largs

Primarily this family-run business sells some seriously tasty ice cream (which is produced on-site), but it’s also the perfect place to pick up a nice souvenir!

They specialise in handmade chocolates, gift hampers, and a range of unique and unusual gifts that change throughout the seasons. You’ll also find a wide range of premium spirits from all across the country.

Why not check out their range of Arran Whiskys or Scottish Gins? Of course, you’ll also find that they stock Millport’s very own ‘Nostalgin’ from the Isle of Cumbrae Distillers.


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Walk Along Largs Prom 🥾

This one is a must do if you’re visiting Largs for the first time – a walk along the prom.

The Largs promenade stretches from Aubrey Park to the Largs Marina and it takes 45-minutes to walk the full length. The seafront boasts incredible views across the River Clyde and towards Bute, Cumbrae and the Isle of Arran.

The good news is, you’re already on the route as you exit the Isle of Cumbrae to Largs ferry. A quick left turn will take you to a lovely, pebbled beach as well as the promenade lined with palm trees. Here you can also see ‘Magnus the Viking’ or grab an ice cream from Nardini’s.

Largs Seafront

Most of the walk, however, can be found by turning right as you come off the ferry. As you make your way over to the marina, make sure to take in those views. There’s plenty of nice spots to stop including the many colourful benches, large grass areas, parks, and a lovely sandy bay.

Make sure to keep an eye out for the Largs War Memorial and the Pencil Monument along the way!

Here’s the route:

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More To Do in Largs…

You’re spoiled for choice in Largs with lots to explore.

Check out our extended Largs blog for information on walking routes, places to eat & places to drink:

So, there you have it…

The Ultimate Guide To Millport, Isle of Cumbrae!

Hopefully with this guide you’ll spend less time planning your trip, and more time enjoying yourself.

Throughout this guide, there are links to our full blogs which have lots more information, suggestions and recommendations. In case you missed them:

We hope you have a belter of a trip!

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