AyrCopyright Mary and Angus Hogg

Famed for Burns, its races and some magnificent old buildings, Ayr is also a seaside resort and a golfing centre with Troon at the end of its bay and is the capital of this beautiful county... Read More

"Auld Ayr,whom ne'er a town surpasses for honest men and bonnie lasses"
Robert Burns

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Ayr Events

April
Dunure Folk Festival
August
Ayr Flower Show
September
Gold Cup Festival
Prestwick Show
Septembayr Street Theatre & Charity Day
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Hotels in Ayr - 58 places to stay

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Cariston Hotel

Cariston Hotel

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The Cariston Hotel is a traditional town house situated in Ayr's town centre, you are 5 minute walk from loads of shops, bars, restaurants, and clubs.A 10 minute walk takes ... More

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Ayrshire and Galloway Hotel

Ayrshire and Galloway Hotel

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Standing proudly within Ayr Town Centre, The Ayrshire and Galloway Hotel is THE place to stay when visiting the area, whether it be for business (car parking and wifi available ... More

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Horizon Hotel

Horizon Hotel

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Boasting panoramic views over the Clyde to the Isle of Arran, and only 5-minutes’ walk from Ayr town centre, the hotel presents itself as the ideal base from which to explore ... More | Double Room: From £70

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Fairfield House Hotel

Fairfield House Hotel

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The Fairfield House Hotel basks in a picturesque seafront location on the Ayrshire coast in the heart of Rabbie Burns country, with spectacular views across the waters of the Firth ... More

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Stair Inn

Stair Inn

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The Inn is refurbished but has retained the old country inn atmosphere. In the bar area you can have your meal sitting by the log fire (during the winter) or ... More

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Craggallan

Craggallan

Craggallan is superbly located in Queen's Terrace; where sea captains and merchants used to live; just 100 yards from Ayr's scenic shore and close to the harbour. The auld town was acclaimed by local poet ... More | Double Room: £22 | visit website

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Ramada Jarvis Ayr

Ramada Jarvis Ayr

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Ramada Ayr is in the town centre, walking distance from shops, restaurants and nightlife. It has an on-site health club, bar and restaurant and a ‘Full Swing’ golf simulator (not available ... More

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Crescent (The)

Crescent (The)
Built in 1898, The Crescent lies amidst an impressive row of imposing terraced houses. Its quiet location allows guests complete peace, yet enjoys close proximity and easy access to Ayr's busy shopping centre and seafront. ... More | Double Room: From £30 | visit website
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Aurora Boutique

Aurora Boutique
Aurora Boutique Hotel, Restaurant & Champagne Bar was originally built in 1803 by the Hamilton family then known as Berkeley House and more recently as Berkeley House Hotel. Situated In the centre of Ayr, the ... More | visit website
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Old Racecourse Hotel

Old Racecourse Hotel

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We pride ouselves on traditional fayre, with bar meals and real ales.Located less than 1 mile from the centre of Ayr, and 1/2 a mile from Belleisle and Seafield Golf ... More

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