Irvine lies on the flat expanse in Ayrshire, dominating the Irvine Bay. This coastal town is situated about 25 miles from Glasgow. It has a fascinating history and has several impressive buildings like the Seagate Castle from the 14th century and the Town House with an octagonal lantern. Visit the Irvine Parish Church and the Scottish Maritime Museum when you visit here. The vibrant town has modern shopping complexes and Irvine hotels offer great accommodation. There is a long sandy beach in the town with Irvine hotels as well as leisure conveniences such as the Magnum Centre beside it.
In olden times, Irvine was an important harbour town and the key trading seaport for Glasgow. It was one of the five ‘New Towns’ designated in the country which transformed into an attractive destination with more employment and impressive attractions for travellers. Modern Irvine hotels and vacation accommodations also developed in the town. Irvine Harbour was known for its distinctive and unique building which could mark the level of the tide. There are charming Irvine hotels on the waterfront.