The conservation village of Straiton lies around 12 miles south-east of Ayr on the River Girvan. It is a beautiful area in which to reside, being surrounded by farmland, hills and valleys and near the Galloway forest. Local attractions include Blairquhan Castle, Loch Bradan, Glen Trool, Culzean Castle and the sea coast. The village has a popular local pub, community shop, part-time cafe, church and primary school as well as a bus service to Maybole and Ayr.
From Ayr proceed south of the A77 passing through Minishant and turning left at the signpost for Straiton. Follow this road through Kirkmichael and continue on to Straiton. Turn second left onto Fowler’s Croft and number 13 is on the left hand side.