The village of Skelmorie is set amid the green, hilly countryside of North Ayrshire, in Southwest Scotland. It overlooks the Firth of Clyde, the sweeping mouth of the River Clyde, where dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks are often spotted. Many holiday cottages in Skelmorie are built from the rich red sandstone which the region is known for. The views across the water from the main road through Skelmorie are truly spectacular, encompassing the four-mile-wide firth, the Isle of Arran, and the mountains of the Scottish Highlands. There are several interesting historic landmarks to look out for as you explore the village from your Skelmorie holiday cottage, including Skelmorie Castle, an unusual tower house built in 1502 as the stronghold of the Montgomery Clan.
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