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Chalmers Bed & Breakfast
34 Carrick Rd
Ayrshire and Arran

KA7 2RB | View map

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This beautiful Victorian property with ample car parking is located in Ayr, 15 minutes from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport with private transfer services available. Chalmers is 5 minutes from Ayr bus and railway stations with a free pick-up and drop-off service offered. Private transport to and from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is available 24 hours a day and can be arranged by contacting Graeme or Ann at Chalmers. The bed and breakfast is within walking distance of Ayr's excellent shops, bars, restaurants and the lovely sandy beach. Chalmers is also just 15 minutes' walk from Ayr College and the West of Scotland University campus.

Special offers are available from November 2008 to February 2009 in our superior en suite rooms: 3 nights for the price of 2 (depending on availability). Chalmers has recently been upgraded to a very high standard, with excellent en suite facilities and warm, soft decoration throughout. Chalmers Bed & Breakfast has an arrangement with a local car hire company, who offer preferential rates and a free pick-up service from Chalmers after arrival, if required. Further details are available on request. Please contact Chalmers directly for more information, using the contact details supplied on your confirmation email.

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