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Crescent (The)
26 Bellevue Crescent
Ayr
Ayrshire and Arran

KA7 2DR | View map
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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. The charming bedrooms (all en-suite) have been individually styled and decorated in a manner befitting the opulence of the Victorian era.

Within 5 minutes walk, guests can enjoy a leisurely evening stroll along the promenade or a relaxing drink in one of Ayrs' cosy pubs. Good location for golf, Robert Burns, Culzean Castle and Horse Racing. Glasgow Airport is 45 minutes away, and Prestwick Airport is 10 minutes.

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Ratings/Awards: AA 5 Stars
Number of Rooms: 5
Number Ensuite: 5
Nearest Airport: Prestwick

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Price Includes: Breakfast
Double: From £30
Twin: From £30
Single: £45
Four Poster: From £35
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