We have some of the best restaurants within a few streets and minutes’ walk from our guest house in Ayr. These restaurants have been recommended by our guests and we frequently dine to ensure we endorse their product and service. We would be happy to help you with reservations.
We are members of the local hoteliers golf scheme and can take the hassle out of your trip and let us arrange everything for you with our special 3 and 5 day package specials, including, transport, tee-off times to suit all standards and budgets. Get a taste of the courses in Ayrshire via the following link:
Walking and cycling are the best ways to experience the real Ayrshire. The network of paths provides access to a range of environments from beaches to wooded glens, hilltops to riverside strolls. See your options via the following link:
Culzean is one of Scotland's best loved Castles, offering something for everyone to enjoy. Situated on the South Ayrshire coast, just off the A719, Culzean Castle is located 12 miles south of Ayr.
For the overview of the Burns trail follow the link:
Developed and frequently visited by HRH Prince Charles, Dumfries House is a stunningly beautiful 18th Century Adam Mansion holding the world’s largest collection of Chippendale furniture and has beautiful grounds and walled garden.
Heads of Ayr Farm Park offers visitors a fun day out with outdoor activities and hundreds of different animals to see and enjoy both indoors and outdoors.
The famous retro GaietyTheatre auditorium has been refurbished . The Stage Restaurant on the premises is very popular. Check out the shows and book an overnight stay at the Craggallan , only a five minute walk away.
For more details and tickets either phone : 01292 288235 or check on line: www.ayrgaiety.co.uk