Ayrshire Farmhouse Ice Cream
Fresh milk and cream from their own herd of pedigree Ayrshire cows and local free range eggs are what makes Willy and Jo Templeton's traditional farmhouse ice cream taste so good. Based at Catrine House, Ice Cream Parlour, Tea Room and Farm Shop, they produce over 20 flavours of ice cream and a range of fruit sorbet ice creams. Willy attributes the quality of the milk from his herd to the Ayrshire climate. It produces green lush grass for the cows graze on, and in turn produces top quality milk. Rich and creamy but low in fat. Ice cream cones and a range of sundaes are available at the ice cream parlour or you can choose from the full range of flavours in a takeaway tub.
- Provides: Wheelchair access, Free wi-fi
- Open since: 2007
Reviews & features
The Ayrshire ice cream trail20 Mar 2015
Ayrshire brown and white cows help supply the region with fresh ice cream
For an area with such a rich history in dairy farming and production, it’s perhaps little wonder that ice cream making is booming in Ayrshire. You can sample scoops in common and exotic flavours galore up and down the region. In the north west…