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The Burnside Guest House
14 Queens Terrace
Ayr
Ayrshire and Arran

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The Burnside Guest House offers guests the chance to enjoy an introduction to the life and poetry of Robert Burns who was born in Ayr in 1759. Ayr is famous for being the birthplace of the internationally renowned poet Robert Burns and the Burns Cottage and museum is a popular tourist attraction. Culzean Castle, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, is only a 20 minute drive down the beautiful Ayrshire coastline. The new Ayrshire Coastal Path is a must for walkers who wish to walk the 100 miles from Glenapp to Skelmorlie along beautiful coastline with the Isle of Arran a constant backdrop. Ayrshire also hosts over 30 golf courses, including the famous Open Championship courses Turnberry, Old Prestwick and Royal Troon and quality municipal courses such as Belleisle and Lochgreen. As a member of the South Ayrshire Hoteliers Golf Association special course fees are available for guests playing at the local municipal golf courses. If you are planning a trip to Ayr why not stop over for a few days, there is plenty to do and see for all ages. I shall look forward to extending a warm welcome to all those visiting the Burnside Guest House.

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