Had heard about the factory outlet and wanted to see what it was all about, drove from North Ayrshire on a cloudy day but still some great views along the way, easy enough to find and plenty of car parking with disabled parking bays near the entrance door. The outlet and cafe are all on one level so easy access for those with walking difficulties or using a wheelchair. Plenty of various goods, from cards (birthday and such like) to pots and pans, from shoes to crockery also some designer goods. Have to say there was an odd sign that seemed to imply that all cards were £1 or three for £2, the sign was on top of each rack however this is not the case so be careful. There are toilets in the facility which were nice and clean and looked after. Some very good prices in the sale but others were a little dearer. The cafe has an outlook over the countryside and is quite big suggesting that a lot of folk go for the food. It suggests you go find a table then go back to order, would be difficult if it were busy as your table could be taken by the time you got there, anyway, it wasn't busy when we went and got the table number for our order, sit back and wait for your food/drink - wasn't too much of a wait and nice cakes, nice soup and very nice coffee. Lots to choose from in the outlet and a good choice in the cafe, comfortable and clean. Its the kind of place when you are after a wedding outfit - ladies anyway. Will be back.
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