Winter Warmers in Ayrshire

Winter Warmers in Ayrshire

Ayrshire Arts & Craft Charity Christmas Fair, Troon Concert Hall at South Beach,
Troon, South Ayrshire, Saturday, December 1, 2018 from 11:00 am to 04:30 pm

Ayrshire’s biggest and best Christmas craft fair. Housed within 2 halls and with 70 stalls of unique, hand-crafted items at good prices, it’s a fabulous spot to buy quality gifts & cards for Christmas or why not spoil yourself?

Jewellery, Harris tweed, scented candles, home furnishings, ceramics, teddy bears and baking are among the goods on offer at this popular Christmas Craft Fair.

The special charity fair will be raising funds for the Ayrshire Branch of Parkinson’s UK. Entry to this event is free.

Ayrshire Arts & Craft Charity Christmas Fair is in Troon Concert Hall and can be easily reached by car. Just follow the A77 to A79 in Monkton and on to the B749 in Troon. Journey time is around 40 minutes. You can also take a bus from the Ayr Bus Station to Troon with a journey time of around an hour and a half.

Enjoy the magic of Christmas at Heads of Ayr Farm Park this winter! (17th Nov-23rd Dec)
Visit Santa in his Grotto, where each little one will receive a delightful gift. Listen to special Christmas stories, meet the reindeer Comet Jr and Dancer Jr as well as little donkeys plus more friendly creatures at Little Critter’s Animal Barn!

With Play n Wild huge indoor soft play area for all ages, plus Fowl Play, shooting gallery, a gift shop full of stocking fillers and a delicious Christmas-themed menu, it’s a magical family day out that will create lasting memories.

This event is for advance bookings only. Prices vary depending on date.
Heads of Ayr Farm Park can be easily reached by car on A77/A719 and journey time is approximately 23 minutes.

Take The Flare Christmas Ceilidh is on Friday, December 14 and Saturday, December 15 at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum at Murdoch’s Lone, Alloway.

This festive season, dance the night away at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum!

Getting the night underway with a ceilidh band will work up an appetite for the fantastic 70s and 80s inspired buffet. Following a bit more social dancing, get all nostalgic as the night will be rounded off with some favourite DJ hits from the era. Tartan is definitely encouraged! Admission £25 and booking is essential.

Robert Burns Birthplace Museum can be easily accessed by car via A77/A719/B7024 in circa 20 minutes. Remember to book your accommodation direct with us to receive the best possible price.