Ladyburn was originally the dower house for Lady Fergusson of Kilkerran and parts of the house date from the 1600s. It has just undergone full renovation, to bring it up to date with the comforts of modern living. One of the additions to the property is the new spa and games rooms created in the former stables. The spa comprises a seven seater hot tub and six person sauna. The games room hosts sofas, pool table, TV and games. There is also a range of outdoor games, including giant Jenga, and the wrap around decking offers plenty of space for yoga or relaxing with a glass of wine.
The house is flexible, and can be rented out as a six bed or a nine en-suite bedroom property. There is also an additional four person flat which can link up to the house, if you require additional accommodation. All the bedrooms in the house are en-suite, and there is a ground floor "step-free" large king en-suite room too.
Ladyburn House itself, has extensive and beautiful gardens - which have been featured on television. It is a private, secluded Country House and exclusive use home from home. It is the perfect place for a break to unwind in beautiful, peaceful surroundings. The gardens has a pond, which is currently home to frogs, a pair of ducks and the Herons also make frequent visits. The Lady Burn flows along two of the gardens borders where a family of Otter live.
Set in a rural paradise of "the most beautiful valley in Ayrshire" in this most gentle part of Scotland on the edge of the magnificent estate of Kilkerran. Ladyburn is surrounded by mature wild and formal gardens, woods and fields. Ladyburn has been named No1 in The Times' list of places to stay with gardens in UK and Europe, and you can see more of the gardens from the episode of the BBC's Beechgrove Garden that was filmed here.