Ypeople Stroove House
Ypeople’s Stroove House provides excellent, affordable accommodation for large groups such as youth groups who wish to explore the beautiful west coast of Scotland. It is also suitable for business groups who may wish to use Stroove for meeting facilities or function rooms for training, seminars, workshops, product launches or private functions.
Stroove is a large victorian villa owned and designed by the renowned architect John Honeyman, famous for employing the young Charles Rennie Macintosh. Stroove has large rooms and is ideally suited for group accommodation.
Clients who book Stroove have exclusive use of the house and private woodlands for the duration of their stay with stunning sea views across the firth of Clyde to the Isles of Arran, Bute and Cumbrae and beyond. The extensive grounds with wooded areas are ideal for team building events.
Stroove is located in the picturesque village of Skelmorlie on the Clyde coast between Largs (six miles) and Greenock (eight miles). Stroove is 50 minutes drive from Glasgow and there are excellent rail links to Glasgow Central Station, with the local train station being ten minutes walk from the house. There is also a regular bus service up and down the coastline.
Glasgow and Prestwick airports are 30 miles from Stroove. Wemyss Bay (ten minutes walk) provides a rail link to and from Glasgow as well as ferries to the Isle of Bute. The ferry to the Isle of Cumbrae runs from Largs and takes ten minutes.
There are 12 bedrooms at Stroove, which can sleep up to 30 people. One bedroom has disabled facilities. Stroove has one large conference room/function room with spectacular sea views, two smaller break out rooms on the ground floor, as well as an additional training room on the lower ground floor.
The accommodation is extremely flexible and many rooms can be used for a multitude of purposes.
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£200 per night mid-week term time
Ypeople’s services deliver a broad range of programmes and projects which support vulnerable children, young people and families as well as providing accommodation support, support for people whose lives have been affected by homelessness, refugee services and mentoring and befriending.