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Been here before always found the staff friendly so didn't hesitate to come with my daughters for a Christmas present, we stayed in the lodges, spotless,as ever friendly and welcoming scenery to die for, if you haven't been you don't know when you're missing
Auchrannie Resort£91Auchrannie Resort£91
A very welcoming and friendly place to stay, will definitely stay there again. The was very good and the breakfast was excellent I would definitely recommend this B & B.
Ardwell Ayrshire B&B£50Ardwell Ayrshire B&B£50
room was spotless beds made up each day .staff very friendly /helpful. breakfast in stunning room with sea views .buffet very good overall enjoyed our stay ..
Best Western Kinloch Hotel£96Best Western Kinloch Hotel£96
Burnhouse Manor was set in a beautiful country setting. Upon arrival the staff was extremely friendly and helpful. The rooms were very clean and updated.
Burnhouse Manor Hotel£52Burnhouse Manor Hotel£52
From the moment we arrived, late and tired, to be met by lovely Avril and Pammie who had waited up for us, to our last freshly cooked Scottish breakfast served at a time of our choice, this was a wonderful stay in a jewel of a Victorian home. A comfortable room, full of character, clean, cosy beds, ...
Carlton Seamill B&B£54Carlton Seamill B&B£54
my husband and l spent a night here, the whole ambience of the place was so relaxing. The staff were very attentive and the breakfast was really nice. We will be going back , but for longer than one night.
Sporting adventures await every type of visitor who books an adventure sport hotel in Ayrshire and Isle of Arran. Its varied terrain of rocky cliffs, flat green plains and surrounding waters make this south-western area of Scotland a must for adrenaline addicts. After a day of exhausting excursions, guests can always unwind in one of the seafront restaurants or bars with a glass of the national tipple, great whiskey.
Whether visitors prefer to sit on the saddle or watch races from the comfort of the stands, equestrian sports are plentiful here. Ayr Racecourse is the only Grade 1 track in Scotland, and racing events take place throughout the year. Such as the glamourous Scottish Sun Raceday and the three day long William Hill Ayr Gold Cup Festival.
Shanter Riding Centre in Maidens village takes riders on treks across the sandy coastline, where they can take in the dramatic surrounding views of Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran in the Firth of Clyde. Those new to horse riding can take lessons at the centre before exploring the village on horseback.
Golf is another favourite sport with Scots, and Ayrshire is home to the famous Open Championship. Courses of note for fans to putt some holes, include Prestwick, Royal Troon and Ailsa at Turnberry.
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