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Swamp Soccer World Championships - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Swamp Soccer World Championships

26 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

If you think mud and sweat are the basis of a good weekend then the Swamp Soccer World Cup should be in your diary. The games take place in the tiny village of Strachur in Argyll, Scotland and are a unique sporting event.

 
West End Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

West End Festival

12 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

The West End Festival brings music, film, art and performance events to the venues and communities of Glasgow's West End. The opening Scottish-style Mardi Gras parade is followed by everything from blockbuster films to street parties.

 
Glasgow International Jazz Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow International Jazz Festival

18 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

The Glasgow International Jazz Festival brings a swing to the Merchant City area of the city. The event is now one of the major Scottish jazz celebrations, annually attracting an impressive and eclectic line-up of international artists.

 
Ayrshire Arts & Craft Fair - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ayrshire Arts & Craft Fair

3 Jul 2010 (various dates)

The Ayrshire Arts & Craft Fair takes over Troon Concert Hall for a celebration of all things handmade. From jewellery and embroidery, to toys, wood turning and stained glass, there is plenty for shoppers to choose from.

 
Barclays Scottish Open - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Barclays Scottish Open

7 - 11 Jul 2010 (annual)

Beautiful Loch Lomond is the perfect stage for the world-class golfers who compete at the Scottish Open. Regarded as good preparation for the British Open, it attracts leading players on the European Tour and a host of US stars.

 
Loch Lomond Highland Games - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Loch Lomond Highland Games

17 Jul 2010 (annual)

The Loch Lomond Highland Games are an important event in the small community of Balloch. Folk in kilts take the strain in a variety of events from the caber toss and wrestling to tug of war.

 
Inveraray Traditional Highland Games - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Inveraray Traditional Highland Games

Jul 2010 (annual)

With its beautiful location at the head of Loch Fyne, the Inveraray Highland Games in the grounds of Inveraray Castle are particularly noted as the "friendly games."

 
Luss (Loch Lomond) Highland Gathering - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Luss (Loch Lomond) Highland Gathering

Jul 2010 (annual)

Luss, described as the prettiest village in Scotland, on the western shores of Loch Lomond is famous as the setting for the soap opera, Take the High Road. If any additional excuse is needed for making a visit, then try its annual Highland Gathering.

 
Ayr Flower Show - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ayr Flower Show

Aug 2010 (annual)

The Ayr Flower Show is held on the Rozelle Estate, whose centrepiece is the Rozelle Mansion House and Galleries, attracting thousands of visitors. The event features competitions for best blooms, plants, vegetables, fruit, honey, arts and crafts.

 
Piping Live! Glasgow International Piping Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Piping Live! Glasgow International Piping Festival

9 - 15 Aug 2010 (annual)

Pipers from all over the world gather in Glasgow to take part in Piping Live!, a week-long celebration of all things bagpipe. With shows and competitions at the city's top venues it is one of the world's premier piping events.

 

What's happening every day

One Up Bar & Grill - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

One Up Bar & Grill

Daily

All glittering chandeliers, One Up in Glasgow's city centre is the place to mingle with footballers and models. Views over Royal Exchange Square and pricey champagne cocktails are the order of the day in this glamorous bar.

 
Glasgow Cathedral - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow Cathedral

Daily

The oldest building in the city, Glasgow Cathedral in the East End is a perfect example of beautifully restored pre-Reformation Gothic architecture. See the modern stained-glass windows and the tomb of St Mungo.

 

Pancho Villas

Daily

Arguably the best fajitas in town are served at Pancho Villas in Glasgow's Merchant City. Always packed, reservations are essential at this lively and brightly decorated Mexican cantina. Ice-cold margaritas and king prawn fajitas dripping in sour cream are favourites with the lively young clientele.

 
Mackintosh Trail - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Mackintosh Trail

Daily

Glasgow School of Art in the city centre is the starting point for a tour of the work of Art Nouveau architect, designer and artist Charles Rennie Mackintosh. The tour takes in 12 attractions, including the elegantly baronial Hill House in its manicured gardens.

 
Timorous Beasties - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Timorous Beasties

Daily; not Sun

The surreal and provocative textiles and wallpapers from Timorous Beasties in the West End of Glasgow are eye-popping. The trend-setting designs from Glasgow School of Art graduates have been described as "William Morris on acid".

 
The Lighthouse - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Lighthouse

Daily

The city-centre Lighthouse is dedicated to architecture and design. These former newspaper offices, designed by Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh, have six floors of gallery space where today's architects display visions for our cities. Visit the top-floor Doocot for a post-exhibition snack.

 

Robbie's Drams

Daily

Robbie's Drams is the place to head for the largest range of whiskies in Ayrshire. The shop assistants are whisky enthusiasts, and are only too pleased to recommend a unique or rare bottling or a tasty dram.

 
Cruise - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Cruise

Daily

Credit cards should be at the ready for a visit to the main Cruise store in Glasgow's city centre. Find classy togs and accessories from Prada, Gucci and Moschino to Helmut Lang, Boyd and Hussein Chalayan.

 

Garage

Daily

Garage is a lively mainstream venue in Glasgow's city centre. Popular with a chart-loving young crowd, it has huge dancefloors and occasionally features live bands. Request nights and weekend hootenannies are especially busy.

 
Culzean Castle - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Culzean Castle

Daily

Built by one of Scotland's oldest families - the Kennedy family, descendants of Robert the Bruce - Culzean Castle became the family seat from 1759. Nowadays, it is looked after by the National Trust for Scotland.

 
Burrell Collection - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Burrell Collection

Daily

The Burrell Collection is the former private collection of Glasgow shipping tycoon Sir William Burrell. Housed in tranquil Pollok Park, it contains 9000 precious objets d'art, from Degas watercolours to Islamic art and Epstein sculptures.

 
Centre for Contemporary Arts - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Centre for Contemporary Arts

Daily; not Mon or Sun

The Centre for Contemporary Arts in Glasgow's city centre is a high-tech space which showcases experimental performing arts events. Expect innovative film shorts and Scottish folk music. The upstairs bar is lively in the evenings.

 
Mackintosh House - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Mackintosh House

Daily; not Sun

Now part of the Hunterian Art Gallery, attached to Glasgow University, the Mackintosh House is a faithful reconstruction - with much from the original house - of the home at 78 Southpark Avenue (originally 6 Florentine Terrace) that Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald made for themselves between 1906 and 1914.

 

Largs

Daily

About 20 miles west of Greenock, Largs is a popular town in which to enjoy a night out, with a wide selection of pubs, bars and two nightclubs. Pubs such as Ye Olde Anchor Inn and The Clachan also present live music.

 

Fratelli Sarti

Daily

Book ahead to get a seat in Fratelli Sarti's tiny basement bistro in Glasgow's Bath Street - it's always packed. Pizzas and pastas on the menu have been popular with Glaswegians for years. The minestrone soup is a meal on its own and the wine list well worth taking time to explore.

 

Art in Dunoon

Daily

Dunoon, the largest town in Argyll, has built a reputation as a new gateway to the western highlands and an artistic community with a number of galleries and art studios has now set up in the local area. With regular ferry services across the Clyde to Gourock and the rugged landscapes of the west coast on the doorstep, the town has a perfect combination of accessibility and wildness.

 
People's Palace and Winter Gardens - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

People's Palace and Winter Gardens

Daily

The People's Palace is a museum tracing the social history of Glasgow from 1750 until the present day. There are exhibits showing home life during the Second World War and a "steamie" (laundrette), as well as more up-to-date displays.

 
House For An Art Lover - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

House For An Art Lover

Daily

Built in Bellahouston Park in the South Side, House for an Art Lover is a modern re-creation of a competition entry from 1901 by Glasgow architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh. Take the tour to see the Oval Room, with its matching oval windows and lights.

 
Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or

Daily; not Sun

For upper crust dining, Glaswegians head to Brian Maule at Le Chardon D'Or in Glasgow's city centre. In a renovated Georgian building, the dining room oozes sophistication, and is a favourite with couples looking for candlelit romance. The menu is mainly French. Try grilled seabass with fennel and broad beans, and melt-in-the-mouth crème brûlée.

 

Oran Mor

Daily

In a converted church at the top of Byres Road in the West End of Glasgow, Oran Mor offers a warm Scottish welcome. There's a selection of 250 malts in the Whisky Bar, and a celestial ceiling mural by artist and writer Alasdair Gray.

 
The Necropolis - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Necropolis

Daily

The Necropolis reflects the importance of Glasgow during Victorian times, when the city was a hugely influential shipping centre. The "City of the Dead" contains over 3500 tombs, including one to John Knox that stands atop the Grey Rock.

 
Rococo - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Rococo

Daily

The best Scottish ingredients are served with a twist in fine dining surroundings at Rococo in Glasgow's city centre. Crisp white tablecloths and fresh flowers set the scene for memorable dishes, including Ayrshire pork loin with apple and rosemary risotto, and poached pear and brandy pudding with dark chocolate sorbet.

 
The Candle Store - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Candle Store

Daily; not Sun

Every colour and scent imaginable is available at The Candle Store in the South Side of Glasgow. From the company which supplied all the candles for Madonna's Scottish wedding, choose from travel-size tins to votives and chunky table settings. Look out for the bargain corner.

 

The Restaurant Bar & Grill

Daily

A private lift whisks visitors to The Restaurant Bar & Grill in Glasgow's city centre. Order a cocktail and watch the chefs at the rotisserie and wood oven. An Asian plate to share, Tuscan breads and Gloucester Old Spot sausages and mash reflect the menu's eclecticism.

 
Ubiquitous Chip - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ubiquitous Chip

Daily

This is the place to go for high-end dining in Glasgow's West End. The Ubiquitous Chip was at the forefront of serving locally sourced ingredients in the 1970s. Aberdeen Angus beef fillet, Haggis and stovies (a rustic Scots stew with meat and potatoes) all feature on the menu. Book a table in the courtyard garden, and finish with a drink in the Wee Pub.

 
Gallery of Modern Art - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Gallery of Modern Art

Daily

Works by David Hockney and Andy Warhol feature in the collections of the landmark Gallery of Modern Art. Housed in a neo-classical building in Glasgow's city centre, the rooftop area houses artists' workshops and the basement café has free internet access.

 

Merchant City

Daily

The Merchant City, east of the city centre, was once Glasgow's financial district. Now it's home to quirky interiors stores and designer fashion, overlooked by glorious Victorian buildings and modern loft apartments.

 
Paisley Museum & Art Gallery - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Paisley Museum & Art Gallery

Daily; not Mon

The neoclassical Paisley Museum & Art Gallery holds the world's finest collection of Paisley fabrics, along with a nationally important collection of contemporary ceramics, a valuable Scottish art collection and a number of items relating to Paisley's social and natural history.

 
Fifi & Ally - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Fifi & Ally

Daily

The main branch of boutique-style department store Fifi & Ally is in Glasgow's Princes Square. Shop here for niche beauty and clothing brands as well as quirky homeware, then have afternoon tea in the Cupping Salon cafe.

 

Princes Square

Daily

In the prime shopping area of Buchanan Street, Princes Square is a renovated 19th-century warehouse reborn as the place to shop in Glasgow. Jo Malone and Space NK stores sit alongside Scottish favourites like Illuminati and Fifi & Ally.

 
Turnberry - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Turnberry

Daily

One of Scotland's great golf courses, Turnberry - now part of Westin Turnberry Resort - has two championship courses, Ailsa and Kintyre, as well as the nine-hole Arran course, offering excellent training facilities for the Colin Montgomerie Links Golf Academy.

 
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park

Daily

Escape the city to enjoy fresh air at Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. The 350km boundary encloses beautiful Scottish countryside - lochs, rivers, forests and dramatic hills - criss-crossed by footpaths, bridle paths and cycle tracks.

 

The Barrowland Ballroom

Daily

The Barrowland in the East End is a faded ballroom with glitzy neon signs, where legends like Iggy Pop once performed. These days major bands like U2 and The Zutons entertain less than 2000 fans in this relatively intimate venue.

 
Kelburn Country Centre - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Kelburn Country Centre

Daily

The Kelburn Country Centre is set in the grounds of a 13th-century castle and offers a multitude of exciting and unusual activities. The castle is thought to be the oldest in the country continually inhabited by the same family, the Boyles, who settled in the area in 1140.

 
Art Lovers' Café - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Art Lovers' Café

Daily

Set in Glasgow designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh's House for an Art Lover in the South Side, the Art Lovers' Café looks out from arched windows to Bellahouston Park. The dining room is an airy all-white affair, and the menu features imaginative dishes, including pan-fried sea bass with juniper and kumquat potatoes, and black cherry charlotte.

 

Café Gandolfi

Daily

Hand-crafted wooden chairs set the rustic tone for Cafe Gandolfi in Glasgow's Merchant City. Diners sit beneath the stained-glass window, reading the papers and enjoying long lunches. Scottish standards like haggis with neeps and tatties (swede and potatoes) remain perennial favourites with the fashionable crowd.

 
Museum of Transport - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Museum of Transport

Daily

Glasgow's Museum of Transport takes visitors on a fascinating journey into the city's past, with 250 models of ships built in the famous shipyards on the Clyde and a large collection of vehicles ranging from horse-drawn carriages to fire engines.

 
Braehead Shopping Centre - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Braehead Shopping Centre

Daily

Braehead Shopping Centre is part of the largest privately funded waterside regeneration project in Scotland. It features a vast IKEA shopping complex as well as a shopping centre with all the high street favourites, plus restaurants and an entertainment complex.

 

The Left Bank

Daily

In the West End of Glasgow, the laid-back Left Bank serves the trendy local crowd with everything from hangover-busting breakfasts to main courses with Eastern influences. Think garlic masala fried fish, and aubergine boorani with chickpeas. Diners see all that's going on in the open-plan bar and kitchen.

 

Mother India's Café

Daily

The tapas-style food on offer at Mother India's Cafe in the West End has an authentic home-cooked feel. The nan bread is pillow soft and the methi keema mutter deliciously fresh. Tables can't be booked and the queues often stretch out into the street. Nip in just before closing if you don't want to wait.

 
Brel - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Brel

Daily

This Belgian bar is set in a former stable block down the cobbled mews of Ashton Lane in the West End. Named after singer Jacques Brel, it serves beers and mussels to a cool crowd, with live music in the conservatory.

 

Rab Ha's

Daily

Rab Ha's in Glasgow's Merchant City has a crackling open fire and worn oak panelling. Pre-club tunes and cocktails attract a thirty-something crowd, as well as guests of the boutique hotel attached to the bar.

 

Starry Starry Night

Daily

For unique buys, vintage clothing store Starry Starry Night can be found in Glasgow's West End. Beaded gowns and 1920s dresses hang on the rails beside dinner suits and glamorous feather boas.

 

Orro Contemporary Jewellery

Daily; not Mon or Sun

Orro Contemporary Jewellery, in Glasgow's Merchant City, showcases pieces by European jewellery designers and also produces one-off items. Using a wide variety of materials and innovative ideas, the shop is popular with those looking for something a little bit different.

 
Rogano - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Rogano

Daily

Rogano in the city centre is the grand dame of Glasgow restaurants. Indulge in oysters and champagne in the original Art Deco interior, styled on the salons of the Cunard liner the Queen Mary. Salmon, langoustines, scallops, lobster and halibut caught fresh in Scottish waters feature heavily on the menu.

 
Brigs of Ayr - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Brigs of Ayr

Daily

Immortalised in one of Rabbie Burns' most famous poems, The Brigs of Ayr, the two bridges of Ayr are both architecturally impressive in their own right.

 

Pubbing in Dunoon

Daily

With its charming village atmosphere, served by a number of local pubs and hotel bars, Dunoon offers visitors a variety of options. While it may not be the most rock and roll night out in the country, the combination of small-town friendliness and a wide range of drinking options that defy its small size make it a unique place to spend an evening out.

 
Ayr Racecourse - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ayr Racecourse

Daily

Scotland's premier racecourse - home to both the Ayr Gold Cup and Scottish Grand National - Ayr hosts both flat and National Hunt racing throughout the year.

 

Ayr Central

Daily

Ayr Central is Ayr's largest shopping area, located on Kyle Street. Built at a cost of £75 million, the centre features high-street favourites including Debenhams, River Island, H&M, Next, HMV, Primark and JD Sports.

 
Botanic Gardens - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Botanic Gardens

Daily

The Botanic Gardens are a haven of peace and tranquillity in the busy West End of Glasgow. The national collection of begonias resides here, as does Kibble Palace, a Victorian glasshouse filled with towering ferns and orchids.

 

O2 Academy Glasgow

Daily

O2 Academy Glasgow on Eglinton Street in Glasgow's South Side is a popular venue for live touring bands. An ex-cinema, this restored auditorium holds 2000 people, and has hosted bands such as The Inspiral Carpets and Massive Attack.

 

Geoffrey (Tailor) Kiltmakers

Daily

At Geoffrey (Tailor) Kiltmakers in Glasgow's city centre there are racks of traditional styles to choose from. But, the big attraction is the striking own-brand 21st-century tartans and kilts in leather and tweeds.

 
Arta - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Arta

Daily; not Mon or Tue

Arta, a former cheese market in Merchant City, attracts a sophisticated dressy crowd. The Canvas Club plays pop tunes, while funk and soul is on offer at The Red & Gold Rooms, hung with gilt-framed copies of Old Masters.

 
Hunterian Art Gallery - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Hunterian Art Gallery

Daily; not Sun

The Hunterian Art Gallery - the art collection wing of the wider William Hunter bequest to the University of Glasgow - is housed a short walk from the main museum, on the opposite side of University Avenue. Famous for its bequests of James Abbott McNeill Whistler (1834-1903) and Charles Rennie Macintosh (1868-1928), it also has fine collections of Scottish Colourists as well as local artists, collectively known as the Glasgow Boys. The Museum is reopening in May 2007 after extensive renovations. However, the Art Gallery, Mackintosh House and Zoology Museum are all still open as usual.

 
Rozelle House Galleries - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Rozelle House Galleries

Daily

The Rozelle House Galleries comprise the Maclaurin Gallery, Ayrshire Yeomanry Museum, Rozelle Craft House and a tea room, and are one of Ayrshire's premier venues for art.

 
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum

Daily

In Glasgow's West End, the Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum is the biggest in Scotland. There's a vast natural history section, permanent exhibitions of the works of Glasgow designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh, and works by the Scottish Colourists.

 

Oak Mall

Daily

With more than 85 high street names and specialist shops gathered together in the centre of Greenock, Oak Mall provides the best shopping in Inverclyde. With tenants including popular chains such as Primark, New Look and Marks & Spencer and a variety of places to get a bite to eat or a coffee, it is a good place to spend a rainy day.

 
The Arches - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Arches

Daily

Cavernous Victorian arches hold up to 3000 clubbers at this superclub, set directly underneath Central Station in Glasgow's city centre. Weekly student night Octopussy is a dressy affair. Regular DJs include Pete Tong and Carl Cox.

 
Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park

Daily

Scotland's largest regional park provides the people of Strathclyde and Ayrshire with a wealth of healthy outdoor activities on land and water. With free parking and a number of clearly marked walks and nature trails, Clyde Muirshiel offers visitors the chance to enjoy a hike or cycle ride, sailing, canoeing and orienteering. Visitor centres are located at Castle Semple, Cornalees and Muirshiel and Castle Semple has an outdoor pursuits centre where it's possible to hire mountain bikes, row boats, kayaks and fun boats.

 

Craft Daft

Daily

To while away a rainy afternoon with the kids, head to Craft Daft in Ayr for shopping with a difference. Choose a piece of art from the shop and then use the on-site studio and materials to customise it.

 
Vikingar! - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Vikingar!

Daily

The award-winning Vikingar!, in the coastal resort of Largs, tells the story of 500 years of Viking history in Scotland. The "Viking Experience" takes you to a Viking longhouse and Valhalla, where you can meet and learn about the Viking Gods and Valkyries.

 

House of Fraser

Daily

Known simply by its previous name, Frasers, this is the landmark department store in Glasgow's city centre and has been the place to shop for the finer things in life for the past 100 years. Get everything here from a suit to a sofa.

 
Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre

Daily; not Sat

The Sharmanka Kinetic Theatre, home to a unique exhibition of Kinemats (kinetic sculptures), is the extraordinary home of these tiny carved figures and pieces of scrap which dance to haunting music and synchronised lighting, as machinery and shadows come alive.

 

Two Fat Ladies

Daily

Two Fat Ladies (named after the bingo call for 88) squeezes between Byres Road and the Western Infirmary in the West End of Glasgow. The driftwood frontage, with ironwork fish scales announces that this is a seafood restaurant, although there are some meat dishes on offer. Well-heeled diners sample Ullapool smoked salmon and diver-caught scallops.

 
Hunterian Museum - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Hunterian Museum

Daily; not Sun

The Hunterian Museum is Scotland's oldest museum. Its collections include Asante weights from Nigeria, coins, tokens and medals from Incan to Greek, Roman, Renaissance and Scottish sources, rare Scottish dinosaur fossils from Skye and collections of Egyptian and Roman antiquities.

 

Caffe Latte

Daily

A cafe that serves the suited community during the day and is predominantly mixed gay/lesbian in the evening, Caffe Latte is a popular choice for hip Glaswegians.

 
City Sightseeing Tours - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

City Sightseeing Tours

Daily

Tours of Glasgow's sights operate in unmissable red open-top buses, complete with multilingual audio guides. They run from George Square in the city centre. Hop on and off as the tour goes from Glasgow Green in the East End to the university in the West End.

 

Arisaig

Daily

Loch Leven surf clams, Loch Etive oysters and Stornoway black pudding are on offer at Arisaig in Glasgow's city centre. The menu is divided into land and sea and showcases Scottish produce. Coastal landscapes line the walls of the airy dining room. Choose from over 100 single malt whiskies to round off your meal.

 

James Watt Pub

Daily

The James Watt Pub in central Greenock is named after the town's most famous former resident, the inventor and engineer whose work on steam engines helped fuel the industrial revolution. Housed in the impressive building that used to serve as the town's post office, the pub is one of the most popular in Greenock and attracts a lively crowd each and every weekend.

 

Fencebay

Daily

Fencebay sells a wide variety of fish and shellfish, with the emphasis on freshness. Lobster and crabs are kept on-site in seawater tanks, while langoustines and squat lobsters are landed daily. Oysters are brought from nearby Cumbrae and the on-site smokehouse means you can even pick up something to take back home.

 
Burns National Heritage Park - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Burns National Heritage Park

Daily

Founded in 1995, the Burns National Heritage Park comprises a number of separate entities celebrating the birth, life and works of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert Burns (1759-1796). The park includes the Burns Museum and the 1823 Burns Memorial and gardens.

 
The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour

Daily

The Tall Ship at Glasgow Harbour in the West End is a working lesson in the city's shipping history. Step back in time as you explore onboard, learning about how ships were run and trade conducted in the 19th century.

 
Scottish Football Museum - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Scottish Football Museum

Daily

Glaswegians live and breathe football. At the Scottish Football Museum in the national stadium at Hampden in the South Side, see 14 galleries filled with memorabilia from the beautiful game. Early items include a 19th-century letter suggesting that games should last two hours.

 
King Tut's Wah Wah Hut - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut

Daily

King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow's city centre is the place to see up-and-coming bands. This is where Oasis were discovered and The Verve honed their act. Pulp, Supergrass and Catatonia have played here.

 
Glasgow Science Centre - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow Science Centre

Daily

At the Clyde-side Glasgow Science Centre, visitors explore four floors of hands-on exhibits, including the planetarium, climate change theatre and IMAX cinema. Get sucked into a tornado in the FUNdamentals gallery, and climb the 100-metre Glasgow Tower for city views.

 
Paisley Abbey - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Paisley Abbey

Daily

One of the finest churches in Scotland, Paisley Abbey's fortunes have waxed and waned over the centuries. After extensive restoration, the ancient church buildings have never looked better. There is a famous choir attached to the church, so try and time your visit to coincide with a service for an uplifting experience.

 

Polo Lounge

Daily

Polo Lounge in Glasgow's Merchant City is one of the most popular gay clubs in the city. A laid back cocktail hour gives way to attitude-free clubbing among the sweeping drapes and leather banquettes.

 
St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art

Daily

Exhibits and information about the world's six main faiths is on offer at the St Mungo Museum of Religious Life and Art in the East End of Glasgow. Visitors contemplate Hinduism and Buddhism and explore the Zen garden, all housed on the site of the medieval Bishop's Castle.

 
Ichiban Noodle Café - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ichiban Noodle Café

Daily

In the slick upstairs Ichiban Noodle Café in Glasgow's Queen Street, the portions are generous and the service fast. A taste of Tokyo in the city centre, favourites are salmon sushi and chicken chilli with udon noodles, followed by a glass of potent plum wine.

 

Nice 'n' Sleazy

Daily

Don't be put off by the name. Nice'n'Sleazy is an intimate setting in Glasgow's city centre where new punk, indie and rock bands showcase their talents. The bar is open till 3am and there are frequent acoustic sessions.

 

What's happening monthly

Fruitfly

Jul 2010 (monthly)

On the third Saturday of the month, the Arches invites you to come and play at the fun and very flamboyant Fruitfly.

 

The Funk Room

Jul 2010 (monthly)

Get back to the funk with this monthly night at The Arches, which will feature the best international funk DJs and artists, with live music from some legends of the soul and funk scene.

 

Colours

Jul 2010 (monthly)

Get your glad rags on and get ready to party as the Colours bandwagon rolls into town and pulls into the Arches on the second Saturday of every month.

 

Kinky Afro

Jul 2010 (monthly)

Kinky Afro provides a wide range of funky dance music, playing the best funkin' and soulful deep house, together with tribalistic techno and afro-electro. The aim is to mix the live aspect of drumming together with the best dance music, to give a unique, exciting and very danceable vibe.

 

Sunday Social

Jul 2010 (monthly)

Feel in need of a rest, a chat, some good music, food, the papers? The Sunday Social aims to bring you all the things you like to do on a Sunday. With some atmospheric engineering the Arches is transformed into a comfort zone with a pavement café, multi-media gallery and club. The vibe is relaxed, the seating generous. The primary concerns are good conversation, good music, exploring and unwinding in a deadline desert. This is converse clubbing, mixed-media style.

 

Freefall

Jul 2010 (monthly)

Due to public demand and in the interests of human decency, Inside Out residents Simon Foy and Alan Belshaw have been given free musical reign to showcase their turntable wizadry. On the first Saturday of the month the boys can be found blasting out their familiar hard, uplifting euphoric sounds to a very animated yet intimate crowd at the Arches.

 

Inside Out

Jun 2010 (monthly)

Launched in December 1996, Inside Out is one of the most popular nights in the UK on the superstar DJ circuit, held at The Arches on the final Saturday of the month.

 

Pressure

Jun 2010 (monthly)

Always a cut above, Pressure is on the last Friday of the month, delivering top tunes and damn fine guests each and every time. Pressure residents, techno messiahs Orde Meikle and Stuart McMillan, always pull in a crowd that expect nothing less than perfection every time.

 

What's happening yearly

World Stone Skimming Championships - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

World Stone Skimming Championships

Sep 2010 (annual)

Each year the smallest permanently inhabited island in the Inner Hebrides, Easdale Island, hosts the World Stone Skimming Championships, a chance for allcomers to skim three pieces of the island's famous slate and win the prestigious "Bertie" award.

 
West End Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

West End Festival

12 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

The West End Festival brings music, film, art and performance events to the venues and communities of Glasgow's West End. The opening Scottish-style Mardi Gras parade is followed by everything from blockbuster films to street parties.

 
The Waverley - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Waverley

1 Jun - 31 Aug 2010 (annual)

First launched in 1947, The Waverley sails from Glasgow Science Centre down the Clyde coast. One of the world's last sea-going paddle steamers, she continues to take passengers at a stately pace as far as the Isle of Arran.

 
The Banff Mountain Film Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

The Banff Mountain Film Festival

Jan 2011 (annual)

The Banff Mountain Film Festival is on a tour of 30 different countries, presenting award-winning films with topics ranging from remote landscapes to daredevil action sports. Catch it at the Mitchell Theatre, Glasgow for some jaw-dropping and thought-provoking features.

 
Tenement House - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Tenement House

1 Mar - 31 Oct 2010 (annual)

The Tenement House in Glasgow's city centre is a step back in time. See how Glaswegians lived in the city at the turn of the 19th century, with gas lamps, box beds and coal fires. Photographs and memorabilia are also on display.

 
Swamp Soccer World Championships - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Swamp Soccer World Championships

26 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

If you think mud and sweat are the basis of a good weekend then the Swamp Soccer World Cup should be in your diary. The games take place in the tiny village of Strachur in Argyll, Scotland and are a unique sporting event.

 

Southside Festival

May 2011 (annual)

Glasgow's Southside festival brings together the local community for a day of music, culture and fun in the Queens Park area. The day-long festival is full of events features a parade, funfair, park gala as well as art exhibitions and musical performances.

 
Sma' Shot Cottages - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Sma' Shot Cottages

Apr - Sep 2010; Wed and Sat only (annual)

Paisley was a boom town during the 19th century, when scarves, shawls and ties with Paisley patterns were woven by workers who lived in cottages just like Sma' Shot.

 
Scottish Soil Association Organic Food Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Scottish Soil Association Organic Food Festival

Nov 2010 (annual)

The Scottish Soil Association holds its Organic Food Festival in Glasgow's newly-refurbished Old Fruitmarket. One of Scotland's largest celebrations of organic food and drink, it offers a generous variety of different produce to try and to buy.

 

Scottish Grand National

Apr 2011 (annual)

Ayr Racecourse is the venue for the Scottish Grand National, one of the most popular events in the Scottish racing calendar. It has been held here since 1966 when Bogside racecourse closed.

 
Royal Troon Golf Club - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Royal Troon Golf Club

19 Apr - 21 Oct 2010; Mon, Tue, and Thu only (annual)

One of the world's most famous golf courses, Royal Troon has hosted the Open Championships eight times. The club has two 18-hole courses - the Old Course and the Portland Course, named after the club's first Honorary President.

 
Royal National Mod - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Royal National Mod

Oct 2010 (annual)

The Royal National Mod (Am Mòd Nàiseanta Rìoghail) is the largest Gaelic festival in Scotland. The Mod is held in a different place each time. In 2009, this is back where it all began, in Oban.

 
RSNO's New Year Messiah - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

RSNO's New Year Messiah

Jan 2011 (annual)

Start the New Year with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Chorus' performance of Handel's great choral masterpiece, Messiah, in the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. After the revelry of Hogmanay, this annual performance has become a traditional afternoon favourite.

 
RSNO Christmas Concert - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

RSNO Christmas Concert

Dec 2010 (annual)

Get into the festive spirit with popular seasonal classics in this special concert at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall. The first half features music from Howard Blake's The Snowman, whilst the second half is decked with sing-a-long carols and Christmas classics.

 
Piping Live! Glasgow International Piping Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Piping Live! Glasgow International Piping Festival

9 - 15 Aug 2010 (annual)

Pipers from all over the world gather in Glasgow to take part in Piping Live!, a week-long celebration of all things bagpipe. With shows and competitions at the city's top venues it is one of the world's premier piping events.

 
Pedal for Scotland - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Pedal for Scotland

Sep 2010 (annual)

Support Leukaemia Research by taking part in the annual Pedal for Scotland charity ride from Glasgow's George Square all the way to Victoria Park in Edinburgh, a total of 50 miles. On yer bike!

 
New Year with the RSNO - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

New Year with the RSNO

3 Jan 2011 (annual)

Start the New Year with two traditional concerts given by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra at home at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall. First is a matinée performance of Handel's masterpiece Messiah, followed by a night of infectious Viennese waltzes.

 

Merchant City Festival

Sep 2010 (annual)

The Merchant City Festival fills the spectacular Victorian architecture of Glasgow with theatre, visual arts, comedy, film, dance and fashion.

 

M&D's

20 Mar - 17 Oct 2010 (annual)

Test your mettle on the Tornado or the underslung Tsunami or enjoy something a little less hair-raising at M&D's, Scotland's theme park. Located outside of Glasgow, each ride is charged separately but unlimited wristbands are also available.

 
Luss (Loch Lomond) Highland Gathering - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Luss (Loch Lomond) Highland Gathering

Jul 2010 (annual)

Luss, described as the prettiest village in Scotland, on the western shores of Loch Lomond is famous as the setting for the soap opera, Take the High Road. If any additional excuse is needed for making a visit, then try its annual Highland Gathering.

 
Loch Lomond Highland Games - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Loch Lomond Highland Games

17 Jul 2010 (annual)

The Loch Lomond Highland Games are an important event in the small community of Balloch. Folk in kilts take the strain in a variety of events from the caber toss and wrestling to tug of war.

 
Largs Viking Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Largs Viking Festival

Aug - Sep 2010 (annual)

Commemorating the last Viking invasion of Britain - the 1263 Battle of Largs on the west coast of Scotland - the Largs Viking Festival encompasses an opening parade, an authentic Viking village and, to end, the Party at the Pencil, complete with a re-enactment of the battle and a fantastic firework display.

 
Inveraray Traditional Highland Games - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Inveraray Traditional Highland Games

Jul 2010 (annual)

With its beautiful location at the head of Loch Fyne, the Inveraray Highland Games in the grounds of Inveraray Castle are particularly noted as the "friendly games."

 

Inveraray Castle

1 Apr - 31 Oct 2010 (annual)

Inveraray Castle is the home of the Clan Campbell Chief MacCailien Mor. The land it sits on was a gift to the Campbells in the 11th century and they have been Dukes of Argyll since 1701.

 

Hydro Connect

Aug 2010 (annual)

The Hydro Connect music festival presents an excellent line-up of international bands. The beautiful grounds of Inveraray Castle, on the bank of Loch Fyne on Scotland's west coast, make a stunning backdrop for a weekend of great music.

 
Holiday and Travel Show - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Holiday and Travel Show

Feb 2011 (annual)

The Holiday and Travel Show at Glasgow's SECC promises to meet all your travel needs. Grab holiday bargains, discuss vacation ideas with experts and wander round the stalls exhibiting an A-Z of worldwide destinations, from the Azores to Zambia.

 

Holiday & Travel Show

Feb 2011 (annual)

The Holiday & Travel Show comes to Glasgow's SECC with hundreds of exhibitors from countries all over the world. Tour operators and travel agents brush shoulders with tourist information organisations, showing off a wealth of musical, cultural and culinary delights.

 
Hogmanay Gala - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Hogmanay Gala

Dec 2010 (annual)

Welcome the New Year in with this traditional Scottish Hogmanay Gala at Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall, with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, conducted by Fraser Goulding. The "riotous celebration" is introduced by popular Scottish comedienne and tv star Joyce Falconer.

 
Hogmanay Bonfire in Biggar - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Hogmanay Bonfire in Biggar

Dec 2010 (annual)

The locals of Biggar celebrate Hogmanay with an enormous bonfire in the middle of the High Street. The tradition apparently dates back to when fire was worshipped as a purification rite to ward off evil spirits for the New Year.

 
Highlands & Islands Music & Dance Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Highlands & Islands Music & Dance Festival

Apr - May 2011 (annual)

Based in Oban, the Highlands & Islands Music and Dance Festival is a celebration of traditional Scottish culture. Combining both invitational and open events, its infectious mix of traditional dance and music was first held in 1984.

 

Gourock Highland Games

May 2011 (annual)

Gourock hosts the first traditional Highland Games in the annual calendar. Alongside the "Heavy" events (caber tossing, hammer throwing etc), visitors can enjoy piping and dancing in full tartan, as well as side shows, amusements and stalls.

 
Glasgow's Hogmanay - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow's Hogmanay

Dec 2010 (annual)

Over 100,000 revellers take to the streets of Glasgow on New Year's Eve, including 25,000 who are lucky enough (or organised enough) to get tickets for George Square, where the main celebration in the city take place.

 

Glasgow Warriors Rugby Season - Magners League

Sep 2010 - May 2011 (annual)

Rugby Union side Glasgow Warriors welcome Magners League teams to Firhill Stadium Stadium for the 2009/2010 season. Please visit the club's website for full details of all fixtures.

 

Glasgow River Festival

25 - 26 Jul 2010 (annual)

The Glasgow River Festival has events for both seadogs and landlubbers on the River Clyde's waterfront. The fun includes jet-skiing displays, a duck race and the chance to climb aboard a range of ships from pirate to naval vessels.

 

Glasgow Music Festival

Mar 2011 (annual)

Spread over two weeks, the Glasgow Music Festival celebrates young soloists and groups alike with a range of recitals and competitions. The festival brings a surprisingly wide variety of amateur performances to the city with drama, dance, music and more.

 

Glasgow Mela

Jun 2011 (annual)

The Glasgow Mela celebrates the city's multiculturalism with a day of music and dance from the Indian sub-continent. Set in beautiful Kelvingrove Park this is a lively and colourful day out, regardless of the Scottish weather.

 
Glasgow International Jazz Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow International Jazz Festival

18 - 27 Jun 2010 (annual)

The Glasgow International Jazz Festival brings a swing to the Merchant City area of the city. The event is now one of the major Scottish jazz celebrations, annually attracting an impressive and eclectic line-up of international artists.

 
Glasgow International Festival Of Visual Art - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow International Festival Of Visual Art

Apr - May 2011 (annual)

The Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art exhibits the best of local talent as well as welcoming international artists. With exhibitions at various locations throughout the city, the festival showcases the fascinating variety of contemporary visual art.

 
Glasgow International Comedy Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow International Comedy Festival

Mar 2011 (annual)

First held in 2002, the Glasgow International Comedy Festival rapidly established itself as the biggest laugh in Scotland. Each year it features nearly 200 laughter-filled events in venues throughout the city.

 
Glasgow Fireworks Night - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow Fireworks Night

Nov 2010 (annual)

Every year Glasgow celebrates Bonfire Night with a spectacular show including fireworks, lasers, live bands and a funfair on Glasgow Green. Entertainment continues until 8pm, with the city's famous Winter Gardens as the backdrop.

 
Glasgow Film Festival - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgow Film Festival

Feb 2011 (annual)

The Glasgow Film Festival returns for a programme bursting with premiers, special screenings, guest speakers and workshops. Incorporating three mini-festivals, and with over 11 "strands" focusing on different genres, the Glasgow Film Festival is a major cinematic event.

 

Glasgow Doors Open Days

16 - 20 Sep 2010 (annual)

Glasgow's Doors Open Days allow public access to the city's most intriguing nooks and crannies. The city has a fascinating architectural history and this festival offers expert tours in diverse settings from the Glasgow Necropolis to the A-listed Buchanan House.

 
Glasgay! - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Glasgay!

Oct - Nov 2010 (annual)

First held in 1994, Glasgow's queer arts festival - wittily entitled Glasgay! - is now well and truly into its second decade and continues to expand.

 
Cowalfest - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Cowalfest

Oct 2010 (annual)

Cowalfest, the Cowal Walking and Arts Festival, offers visitors an unrivalled chance to explore Argyll, from the Kyles of Bute to the head of Loch Fyne.

 

Cowal Highland Gathering

26 - 28 Aug 2010 (annual)

The Cowal Highland Gathering, one of most spectacular Highland Games, was first held in 1894. Spilling over onto three days at Dunoon Stadium, the event attracts around 3000 competitors for such unique events as putting the 32lb Cowal Stone.

 
Coloursfest - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Coloursfest

Jun 2011 (annual)

Glasgow's Coloursfest has gained a loyal following and the event now fills the Braehead International Arena. 50 DJs spinning tunes in six different arenas keep a crowd of 10,000 dancing until the wee small hours.

 
Celtic Connections - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Celtic Connections

Jan 2011 (annual)

Launched with a spectacular torchlit parade, Celtic Connections - Britain's premier Celtic festival - sweeps over the city of Glasgow with performances from big name artists and new talent alike. From its inception in 1994 at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall (which still organises the whole event), the festival now reaches out to various venues across the city.

 
Camanachd Cup Final - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Camanachd Cup Final

Sep 2010 (annual)

The prestigious Camanachd Cup is shinty's blue riband event and the final (which moves from venue to venue) is often a spectacular battle. Due to the prestigious nature of the final, the celebrations are well worth participating in.

 

Burns an a' That Festival

May 2011 (annual)

Since 2002 Ayrshire has hosted the Burns an a' That Festival which celebrates Ayr's most famous son, Robert Burns - Scotland's national poet. Alongside the poetry, the event brings top bands and classical music to Scotland's west coast.

 

Burns Night at the Burns National Heritage Park

Jan 2011 (annual)

While celebrated across the world, Robert Burns' birthday - 25 January - is no more appropriately toasted than at his birthplace, Alloway. Join festivities at the Tam O'Shanter Experience, part of the Burns National Heritage Centre.

 
Benmore Botanic Garden - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Benmore Botanic Garden

1 Mar - 31 Oct 2010 (annual)

Benmore is a magnificent woodland garden set in the mountains of the Cowal Peninsula. Over 140 acres are planted with unusual shrubs and rare trees making it a place of rare serenity and great beauty.

 
Barclays Scottish Open - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Barclays Scottish Open

7 - 11 Jul 2010 (annual)

Beautiful Loch Lomond is the perfect stage for the world-class golfers who compete at the Scottish Open. Regarded as good preparation for the British Open, it attracts leading players on the European Tour and a host of US stars.

 
BBC Good Food Show Scotland - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

BBC Good Food Show Scotland

Oct - Nov 2010 (annual)

The BBC Good Food Show Scotland returns to the SECC in Glasgow with everything you could want to either introduce you to cooking for the first time or simply hone those skills.

 
Ayr Gold Cup - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ayr Gold Cup

Sep 2010 (annual)

Horse racing fans from all over Britain converge on Ayr Racecourse for the annual Western Meeting, the highlight of which is Saturday's Ayr Gold Cup, a flat race run over six furlongs.

 
Ayr Flower Show - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Ayr Flower Show

Aug 2010 (annual)

The Ayr Flower Show is held on the Rozelle Estate, whose centrepiece is the Rozelle Mansion House and Galleries, attracting thousands of visitors. The event features competitions for best blooms, plants, vegetables, fruit, honey, arts and crafts.

 

Aye Write! Glasgow's Book Festival

Mar 2011 (annual)

Glasgow's Book Festival, Aye Write! - hosted by the beautiful Mitchell Library - is relatively youthful but already rivals its neighbour Edinburgh with an impressive range of international authors. Home-grown talent is also strongly represented and lively debate is guaranteed.

 
Argyllshire Highland Gathering (Oban Games) - Local events at Barceló Troon Marine Hotel

Argyllshire Highland Gathering (Oban Games)

26 Aug 2010 (annual)

Dating back to 1871, the Argyllshire Highland Gathering at Oban's Mossfield Park is one of the Highland Games' elder statesmen. After marching from town to the games ground, the "heavy" games commence: shot putt, hammer throwing and caber tossing.

 

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