The beauty of Cosses Country House offers a romantic location for those seeking romance or just a place to relax. Guests are invited to sit in the garden enjoying tea and cake or go for a walk in the surrounding beautiful countryside. You could even visit Pebbles Spa for a soothing head massage. Everything at Cosses Country House is geared towards easing you away from the hectic hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Cosses sits in a wooded valley and guests are invited to take a stroll around the 12 acres of grounds – through the cottage garden, the shrubbery and kitchen garden, through the woods, around the pond and by Crailoch Burn. There are several different routes for those who wish to explore further, through woodland and farmland, with cows and sheep, along valleys and over hills with wonderful coastal scenery.
For those who are more energetic, Beneraird or Knockdolian Hill at 256ft high is always a pulse racer and rewards those who get to the top with spectacular views over the south west coast over to Arran, The Mull of Kintyre and Ireland.
The micro climate caused by the Gulf Stream makes this area unique for some magnificent gardens which are all worth visiting. There are some wonderful gardens both in Ayrshire and within easy driving distance in Dumfries and Galloway.
The large country gardens are spectacular in Spring when the rhododendrons and azaleas are in full bloom.
Treat yourself with a visit to the luxurious local Spa which is only 5 minutes away from Cosses. We can book you one of their special treatments or if you prefer you may use the swimming pool or gym.
Wine & Whisky Tasting
Wine Tasting at Whighams of Ayr
Eight prominent Ayrshire merchants and landowners established Whighams of Ayr in 1766. From its start, the company has supplied fine wines and spirits to many of the great houses and estates in Southern Scotland. In 1994, Whighams of Ayr joined forces with Corney & Barrow’s Scottish operation to form Corney & Barrow (Scotland) Pty Ltd with Whighams of Ayr. The company continues to trade from the 1766 built cellars in Ayr.
Tastings are held regularly in the ancient underground cellars in Ayr which also act as an extension of the shop displaying some of the older Claret and Burgundy vintages. Cellar wine tastings can be either informal or tutored and for corporate or private entertaining are individually tailored to your specific requirements.
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Whisky Tasting at A.D. Rattray
No visit to Ayrshire would be complete without a visit to the A D Rattray Whisky Experience and Shop. If you are looking for something a little bit different to do in the afternoon or evenings, then why not enjoy a visit to their?working Sample Room and make use of their Tasting Room.
The whisky tastings are fun, relaxed and very informative and hosted by experienced and friendly staff . Taste whiskies of various ages from the major producing regions in Scotland and find out everything there is to know about whisky from production through to tasting and enjoying Scotland’s national drink.
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