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The B&B is close to Mauchline town centre and its Burns connections such as Poosie Nancies and the churchyard. It is a small family owned establishment with an accent on good service. Our room was a good size, very clean and comfortable. Breakfast was excellent.
Lovely hotel great staff but has no lift staff will carry your suitcases up if u ask . Overall had a lovely stay breakfast was excellent and so close to sea could have sat watching view all day
The b&b was satisfactory for the price we paid, however the room was cold with inadequate heating, the system being electric plug in small heaters. The night we stayed there was a high wind which was blowing through the gaps in the old wooden Windows and made the room feel very cold even though it ...
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.
Linda was a wonderful host from the moment she met us at the door. The room was perfect, cozy, comfortable, and very clean. Breakfast was a delight. Linda goes out of her way to make it a great experience. A must stay if in the area.
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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