Visit Kilmacolm and the surrounding villages and stay in bed & breakfast accommodation:
Kilmacolm, Invercylde. Now a holiday resort, Kilmacolm gives the appearance of Highland scenery isolated in the South of Scotland. It became also a residential area in the 19th century, with the opening of a station on the Glasgow to Greenock railway.
The modern church replaces earlier ones, the first one being built as far back as the 12th century; an aisle from an earlier church is used as a burial place for the earls of Glencairn.
About 2 miles to the South East is the ruined Church of St Fillan with a doorway dated 1635; also nearby are a holy well once thought to cure children with rickets, and a rock on which the saint sat when baptising children.
Nearby cities: Glasgow
Nearby towns: Bishopton, Gourock, Greenock, Johnstone, Paisley
Nearby villages: Alexandria, Arthurlie, Balloch, Barrhead, Beith, Bonhill, Bowling, Bridge of Weir, Brookfield, Cardross, Clydebank, Clynder, Cove, Crosslee, Dalmuir, Drumry, Dumbarton, Duntocher, Elderslie, Erskine, Faifley, Fairlie, Hardgate, Helensburgh, Houston, Howwood, Hurlet, Inchinnan, Inverkip, Jamestown, Kilbarchan, Kilbirnie, Kilcreggan, Langbank, Largs, Linwood, Lochwinnoch, , Milton, Neilston, Old Kilpatrick, Port Glasgow, Ralston, Ranfurly, Renfrew, Renton, Rhu, Rosneath, Townend, Uplawmoor
Have you decided to visit Kilmacolm or the surrounding villages? Please look above for somewhere to stay in:
- a Kilmacolm bed and breakfast (a Kilmacolm B&B or Kilmacolm b and b)
- a Kilmacolm guesthouse
- a Kilmacolm hotel (or motel)
- a Kilmacolm self-catering establishment, or
- other Kilmacolm accommodation