Maybole is a small market town 9 miles south of Ayr, with some fascinating architecture. Maybole is a town whose lengthy history is evident from the many fine buildings on view. High Street is especially striking, running from the imposing town hall, built in 1887, to the equally impressive and much more unexpected Maybole Castle, believed to be the town’s oldest inhabited house. This castle dates back to around 1560 and in many ways typifies the growth of Maybole.
Eat and Drink
Further acquisitions of the include a co-op supermarket and numerous places to have a drink or snack. It also boasts Culzean Castle, only a short drive away in the picture-perfect setting for weddings and Croy Shore for a dip at the beach.
Sport and Recreation
Maybole has its own nine hole golf course with panoramic views of the Carrick Countryside. Adjacent to the golf course you will find Maybole Swimming Pool and Bowling green. Maybole also offers fantastic walks including the Killdoon walk taking in the stunning Carrick country side.
Maybole has three primary schools with secondary students having the option of attending Carrick Academy.
For those who don’t drive, there is a bus service from Maybole to Ayr which only takes 20 minutes. Maybole further benefits from having a train station that provides access to Ayr and Glasgow