- "We had a warm welcome from the owner and all the staff were excellent. Our room was very clean and comfortable, in fact the whole place is spotless and well furnished. There is a relaxing lounge and bar and a nice dining room. There were plenty of cereals & yogurts and cold cuts served buffet style and the cooked breakfast had table service. The hotel is in a very good location close to the beach and town. Very friendly and comfortable, excellent value for money, we recommend."
- "A great hotel well located in the centre of Ayr, so close to everything including bus/train stations. The pub and restaurant were busy and we had a good meal with wine at a very reasonable price. The room was fairly basic but warm, clean and comfortable with a great hot shower. We found all the staff to be nice and friendly and it is a good value for money place which we can recommend."
- "We had an overnight stay which was enjoyable. The hotel is well located in the centre of Ayr. Our room had a comfy bed, great sea view and it was spacious, clean and comfortable. We couldn't fault the staff, all friendly and provided good service. Breakfast was good, lots of choice too. We found it good value for money and would use again on future visits."
- "Delighted to report on the Grange View bed and breakfast, an exceedingly positive experience that I would struggle to criticise in any way, shape, or form. What I haven’t seen mentioned much is the location. Not just a nice town, but you’re pretty much five minutes from everything important. Very useful."
- " We had a fabulous week at Woodland View, it's in a gorgeous location, surrounded by beautiful countryside and rolling hills. The place was so warm and welcoming, loved the wood burning fire, it was so cosy at night! Modern and stylish and fully equipped with everything we could possibly need. We couldn't of asked for a more relaxing place to stay! "
- "In my opinion, the Savoy Park bed and breakfast was a bit of a triumph. Given how close it was to the beach, and that the price was very reasonable, I wasn’t expecting that kind of quality on the inside. But the rooms (and the communal areas) were great. Very clean, throughout the building. Good facilities."
- "Close to the beach and with great views, we enjoyed our anniversary night here. There are good leisure facilities which we had a look at but did not use, maybe next time. Our sea-view room was spotless, spacious and comfortable and breakfast in the morning was cooked to perfection. A lovely, romantic and relaxing overnight stay which we look forward to repeating. Forgot to mention that the meal we had in the restaurant was top class as well."
- "What an excellent find, it’s dog friendly and a nice central location being just minutes from the beach. Our room was very luxurious with lovely decor and all very clean, also it was nice to have fresh milk provided for our tea and coffee. Karen was an excellent host and breakfast was absolutely brilliant."
- "Quietly located yet within walking distance of everything, with a welcoming and friendly owner. Rooms are spotlessly clean and comfortable, nicely furnished and decorated. Breakfast was excellent, my scrambled eggs cooked exactly how I like them - and I am picky. With everything expected from a B&B and good value, we can recommend to others."
- "Very well located overlooking the beach, a fantastic bed and breakfast, the owner goes the extra mile providing perfection in everything. The garden is beautiful and leads out to the promenade and beach. Rooms are spotlessly clean with modern décor and well equipped with all the essentials and more. Breakfast was amazing, lots of home made bread and jams. A great experience which we look forward to repeating."
Just 35km from Glasgow and still retaining much of its Victorian architecture with many characteristics of a rich historic harbour town, the town combines its history with modern and cultured city life. Ayr holds several attractions for visitors including the Robert Burns' Birthplace Museum and the beach, which is sandy and clean with facilities and activities for any age. This fine city also makes for a great shopping location with the Central Shopping Centre and Heathfield Retail Park offering all the high street names.
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Ayr United FC currently plays in Scottish Division 1 and have previously reached the finals in the Scottish league. The racecourse here is the largest capacity racing ground in Scotland and hosts some of the biggest events on the calendar. The surrounding areas are also well known for good golfing facilities with three public courses available as well as St Cuthberts, a private members golf course. There is also an ice rink at Limekiln Road.
The River has historically been key to industry within the area, with ship and barge building being the main industry in the 19th century. Today, the north side of the harbour is still an operating commercial port, used heavily for the exportation of coal. Additionally the Rivers Ayr and Doon are rich in whitefish and salmon, which are also exported to all corners of the globe.
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