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Arrandale Hotel, Ayr, Ayrshire and Arran

Arrandale Hotel
2-4 Cassillis Street
Ayr
Ayrshire and Arran

KA7 1DW | View map

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This quiet, privately owned hotel boasts character and comfort, just a short walk from the popular sea-front and bustling town centre.
After a busy day exploring the beautiful Ayrshire sights, you can return here to relax with the TV in your spacious individually adorned room. Alternatively, you can browse the newspapers or sample a traditional single malt in the cosy guest lounge and bar. Train and bus stations are both within easy walking distance, and Prestwick Airport is only 5 km away.
The hotel was originally two separate houses, built in 1850. It was completely refurbished in 2005, and is currently run by Neil and Alison, who have successfully run hotels in both Scotland and Australia.
The hotel serves a Full Scottish Breakfast each morning. Dinner can be arranged at the hotel for parties of 6 or more. Please contact the hotel for more information.
Due to Scottish legislation, the hotel is completely non-smoking.

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