Where is Beith in Ayrshire?
Beith is a small town in the Garnock Valley, North Ayrshire, Scotland approximately 20 miles (30 kilometres) south-west of Glasgow. The town is situated on the crest of a hill and was known originally as the “Hill o’ Beith” (hill of the birches) after its Court Hill.
Is Beith in Renfrewshire?
Beith parish is a largely rural area in the Garnock Valley in the north-east of the county bordering Renfrewshire. It includes the small town of Beith and the villages of Gateside and Barrmill. In the early twentieth century, Beith was famous for its furniture.
What is in Beith?
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- Spier’s School Grounds. Parks.
- Barrmill Park. Parks.
- Beith Townhouse. Historic Sites.
- Beith Golf Club. Golf Courses.
- Gatend Equestrian. Horseback Riding Tours.
- Beith War Memorial. Monuments & Statues.
- Hessilhead Castle. Castles.
How high is Beith above sea level?
The town stands high, at 343 feet above sea – level, 1 mile SE of Beith station on the Glasgow and South-Western, this being 4¾ miles NNE of Dalry Junction, 10¾ SW of Paisley, and 17¾ WSW of Glasgow; whilst by a branch to it from the Barrhead line it is 5¼ miles W by N of Lugton Junction, 19 WSW of Glasgow, and 15¼ NNW
How far is Beith from Glasgow?
The distance between Beith and Glasgow is 17 miles.
Is Beith a word?
Beith (ᚁ) is the Irish name of the first letter (Irish “letter”: sing. fid, pl. feda) of the Ogham alphabet, meaning “birch”.
How many people live in Dalry?
Dalry, North Ayrshire
|Dalry Scottish Gaelic: Dail Ruighe|
|Population||5,360 (mid-2016 est.)|
|OS grid reference||NS290497|
|Council area||North Ayrshire|
|Lieutenancy area||Ayrshire and Arran|