The Queens Hotel sits in the midst of Largs and provides a perfect place for visitors not wanting the formality of the large Ayrshire Hotels, but want the comforts not ususally available from bed and breakfast providers.
Nearby are a variety of attractions and things to do to keep holiday-makers busy, with the Promenade on the doorstep and the attractions of Largs a short stroll away. Vikingar Visitor Centre, which also houses a theatre, the public swimming pool and gymnasium, is a two-minute walk from the hotel and regular shows are held within the theatre.
From Largs Pier, make your way by ferry to Cumbrae and the town of Millport, a favourite destination for generations of holidaymakers. Just a few miles from Largs you can take the ferry from Wemyss Bay to Bute or from Gourock to either Dunoon in the Highlands or Helensburgh. Further down the coast, the Ardrossan to Isleof Arran ferry runs a regular service.
Largs and the Firth of Clyde are home to some of the finest sailing waters in the world. Various companies operate in the Largs area providing pleasure trips, fishing and speedboats. Water sports instruction companies are ready to teach or assist you no matter what your skill level.
Largs and the North Ayrshire area enjoy a multitude of golf courses and golfers are spoiled for choice with easy access to over 20 courses including famous championship courses at Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry.
Things to do in Largs