The visitor guide on Skelmorlie in Ayrshire here offer you information and essential details about the place. Also, include information on reaturants, self-catering cottages in Skelmorlie and, accommodation and hotels in Skelmorlie.
Skelmorlie a village located in North Ayrshire in Scotland is the northern most principality in the council area of North Ayrshire. Kelly Burrns acts as the dividing line for the village which flows into the Firth of Clyde south of the Rothesay ferry terminal. The beautiful village of Skelmorlie is divided into lower and upper Skelmorlie. One of the specialty of the village is the red sandstone mainly found here which is used in construction purposes for houses.The village too boasts a schools which serves the primary education of Skelmorlie.
If we look into the history of Skelmorlie it takes us back to the fifteenth century with the presence of some historic sites like Skelmorlie Castle, the tower house built in the early 15th century associated to the Clan Montgomery. The village also hosted home to several Glasgow tea barons.