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Ayr

Ayr

Located in the heart of Scotland's Burns Country, within the charming and beautiful county of Ayrshire. Explore the beautiful coastline and surrounding countryside, experience Scottish hospitality and visit historic attractions, like the Robert Burns Museum. There are also many attractions nearby that are worth a visit, such as a day trip to nearby island of Arran, a spot of golf at one of the championship courses or some wildlife watching in one of the nearby parks or woodlands.

The coastal town of Ayr has been a popular tourist destination for many years, with its sandy beach, proud heritage and engaging attractions drawing people from across Scotland and beyond. The area offers rich heritage and history to explore, not least because of its most famous resident, Robert Burns. The poet’s birthplace is the site of a museum dedicated to his life and work, a few miles from the hotel – while other attractions within a short drive include Culzean Castle, Dundonald Castle and Rozelle House.

We love Ayr because...

  • Beautiful sandy beaches
  • Robert Burns’ birthplace
  • Ideal for woodland walks
Hotels in Ayr
Horizon Hotel
Esplanade Ayr KA7 1DT

Right by the beach front, this hotel offers the classic seaside getaway, with a restaurant serving fantastic food all day, and all within walking distance of the town centre.

2 nights from
£98.00pp
Horizon Hotel
Esplanade Ayr KA7 1DT

Right by the beach front, this hotel offers the classic seaside getaway, with a restaurant serving fantastic food all day, and all within walking distance of the town centre.

Mercure Ayr Hotel
Dalblair Road Ayr KA7 1UG

Overlooking Ayr's seafront promenade, Mercure Ayr Hotel is the ideal spot for Scottish weekend breaks and romantic holidays on the coast.

2 nights from
£91.50pp
Mercure Ayr Hotel
Dalblair Road Ayr KA7 1UG

Overlooking Ayr's seafront promenade, Mercure Ayr Hotel is the ideal spot for Scottish weekend breaks and romantic holidays on the coast.

The Western House Hotel
2 Whitletts Road Ayr KA8 0JE

Western House Hotel has luxury and style in abundance. Having won various awards over the past few years it has earned its reputation as one of the best hotels in Ayrshire.

2 nights from
£99.00pp
The Western House Hotel
2 Whitletts Road Ayr KA8 0JE

Western House Hotel has luxury and style in abundance. Having won various awards over the past few years it has earned its reputation as one of the best hotels in Ayrshire.

In and around Ayr

Burns National Heritage Park

This park brings the cottage where Burns lived together with a modern museum focused on the poet’s life and work, together with a range of other attractions. The cottage has been restored to resemble the 1757 humble home that Burns grew up in. The museum features a range of relics and personal items from the life of Robert Burns, and guests can take a guided tour – operated by passionate guides who can explain each artefact in detail.

Culzean Castle & Country Park

This beautiful country park is spread over 260 hectares once belonging to the 10th Earl of Cassillis, David Kennedy, who was known for his extravagance – as we can see from this impressive 4 star Visit Scotland attraction. Landscaped with mature conifer beech trees. The park features a sandy coastline, swan pond an ice house, green houses full of fruit and beautifully formal gardens. Among all this, of course is the castle itself, which is set high on the cliffs. Designed by Robert Adam in the 1700’s, the castle is filled with treasures which tell the fascinating story of the people who used to live.

Dumfries House

Take a guided tour or make your own way around the house and grounds - a great attraction for the family. Take a walk through the adjoining paths which lead you to all the different buildings within the Dumfries House Estate, see the 500-tree arboretum and wander around the stunning five acre walled garden. The children will also love the adventure playground! The landscape is forever evolving with remarkable gardens, follies and sculptures to discover. The on-site Coach House Café is a great place for a rest in between all of your new learnings and encounters.

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