The B714 is a largely rural B-road in north Ayrshire. It was originally unclassified and did not gain its number until the 2000s.
The road starts at the southern end of Dalry, turning off the A737. The B714 number does not appear on the signs at the Dalry end for some reason - it is only posted as "Saltcoats 6".
It is a nice twisty drive for three quarters of its length through countryside until the roundabout with the A78 is reached, after which Saltcoats starts and you head down Dalry Road to traffic lights where you cross the A738. Then it's onto Sharphill Road, continuing down the hill as it becomes Raise Street; then the road bends left onto Barnett Crescent before terminating at a T-junction on the B780 at Kyleshill.
After the Dalry Bypass opened in May 2019 the former A737 was detrunked and renumbered B714.