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Situated in Ayr, this guesthouse is steps away from Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre and Ayr Pavilion. Ayr Beach and Wellington Square are also within ...
from £54 per night for 2 guestsCraggallan Guest House£54
Situated in Ayr, this apartment is within 2 miles (3 km) of Burns Cottage and Museum, St. John's Tower and Tam o' Shanter Experience. Robert Burns Birthplace ...
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Situated in Ayr, this guesthouse is steps away from Ayr Beach and Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre. Ayr Pavilion and Wellington Square are also within ...
from £50 per night for 2 guestsThe Burnside Guest House£50
Situated in Ayr, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Ayr Beach, Ayr Pavilion and Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre. Ayr Town Hall and Wellington ...
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Sitting on the banks of the River Ayr, Ayr Town Hall dates back to 1827, and the building’s famous spire dominates the skyline of this resort seaside town, home to other well-known local sites such as the historical Ayr Racecourse, as well as the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Beach hotels, bed & breakfasts, and guesthouses are scattered throughout this scenic town, and all can be easily researched and booked using Expedia’s search tool. So whether you’re wanting to relax on Ayr Beach or stroll the esplanade, you’ll find all you’re looking for in a relaxing holiday in the township of Ayr.
For those looking to partake in one of Scotland’s most famous and historical activities, the Ayrshire coast is also home to two of Scotland’s Open Championship host venues; Turnberry Resort in the south, and Royal Troon Golf Club in the north. This sport was born in Scotland, and these two historical courses are ranked amongst the world’s finest.
After your game of golf, you can enjoy some of the world’s most delicious seafood from the Firth of Clyde and the Highland lochs, and if you’re interested in discovering more of Scotland’s rich historical sights, the town of Kilmarnock is home to stunning Dean Castle.
Be sure to visit the idyllic region of Ayrshire to experience some of Scotland’s greatest landscapes and sites.