The monastery features 10 single and double rooms with shared baths. Both men and women are welcome. A small independent (self-catering only) cottage that can accommodate a family of 4 is available during the summer.
In order to make reparation for the many abbeys and monasteries suppressed during the Reformation, Lady Herries invited the nuns of the French Benedictine Monastery of Arras to introduce the Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament. In 1988 the Monastery moved to the present location in Largs, adopting a former hotel to its needs.
Lunch and dinner are supplied with the lodging. Guests may prepare and take their breakfast in the kitchen at their disposal.
Towels and linens are provided. Inside the main house, there is a dining room, living room and library.
Full Board available
Beach (walking distance)
Pub (walking distance)
By car: From London take M40 to Birmingham, then M6 north to Carlisle. From there take A74/M74 to Glasgow. Once in Glasgow take M8 and exit at junction 29. Take A737 towards Irvine and continue about 10 miles and then take A760 by following the signs to Lochinnoch. Proceed on A760 until the sea and the junction with A78. Take A78 left towards Greenock, travel half a mile and turn left onto Charles Street. The Monastery is 0.4 mile further on the right.
By train: Take a train from London Euston or King’s Cross to Glasgow Central and then change trains to Largs. Get off in Largs and walk to the Monastery.