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Tel code: 01292 | code search
Postcode: KA9 | code search
Population: 14800
Council: South Ayrshire
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Prestwick is a town in south Ayrshire, situated near Ayr and Troon. Prestwick is the oldest Royal burgh in Scotland with the charter dated 1600. Prestwick is famous for its International Airport and as the home of golf. The airfield was developed in 1935 and used during World War II as an RAF Headquarters before becoming Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. In 1960 Elvis Presley, had a two hour stop-over here during his National Service. Golf has been popular since the Old Course opened in 1851. The first Open Championship was hosted here in 1860. The Chapel of St Ninian was the site of a leper hospital founded by Robert I. Bruce’s Well is situated next to the church, Bruce is said to have drunk from the well to cure his skin disease. Prestwick is a popular tourist resort with sea-front, in the heart of Robert Burns Country, with hotels, guest houses, pubs, cafés, restaurants, churches and many attractions of historic interest. The town has a variety of shops and amenities, in the town-centre stands the ancient market cross and the Town Hall built in1837 with gothic spire. Prestwick has a swimming pool, health and fitness clubs, tennis, bowling, cricket, golf clubs and a kid’s entertainment centre on the esplanade.


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Prestwick Holiday Park

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Nighthawk Taxis Ltd
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Fernbank Guest House (0.12 miles)

Fernbank Guest House
Fernbank Guest House offers quality accommodation in this family run guest house. The guest house itself is a traditional Edwardian Villa with many orginal features. With free, off-road parking during your stay, we are superbly ... More | visit website
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The Hollies (0.19 miles)

The Hollies
A fine Victorian Townhouse retaining many exquisite period features, The Hollies is a timeless bed and breakfast offering elegant accommodation. Bringing together the very best of traditional Scottish architecture and contemporary design.
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Golf View (0.27 miles)

Golf View
Prestwick's only 4 Star Guest House situated 200 yards from the beach and town centre. Family-run home dating from 1870 retaining many original features. Unrivalled view over Prestwick Golf Course (scene of the first Open ... More | visit website
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Northbeach Hotel (0.27 miles)

Northbeach Hotel

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With an enviable reputation for ambience, cuisine and friendliness, this family-run hotel is ideally situated in the heart of historic Ayrshire, within easy reach of the beach. The hotel is perfectly situated ... More

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Prestwick Guest House (0.42 miles)

Prestwick Guest House
Being the closest accommodation to Glasgow Prestwick International Airport (1 minute by car) Prestwick Guest House offers unique convienience for the airport and Prestwick Town centre. One minute walk from the guest house and you ... More | visit website
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Appletree B&B (0.44 miles)

Appletree B&B
At the Appletree Guest House we pride ourselves on providing guests with a warm Scottish welcome, comfortable beds and excellent breakfasts. TripAdvisor rate the Appletree Guest Hous as being the number one bed and breakfast ... More | visit website
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The Dormie House (0.50 miles)

The Dormie House
Delightful modern 4 star boutique guest house set in private grounds in a peaceful setting. With Sky Sports, Wifi and Guest computer, and self-serve bar facilities, our guest lounge is a gret place to chill ... More | visit website
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The Carlton Hotel (0.95 miles)

The Carlton Hotel

The hotel was purchased in February 2008 by present owners Robert and Vivien Kyle who have now completed a full refurbishment program. Recently finished are the 40 guest bedrooms which offer comfortable and modern ... More | visit website

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Muirhouse Lodge Hotel (1.42 miles)

Muirhouse Lodge Hotel

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Situated at Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, this hotel is convenient for short stop-overs and as a base for exploring Ayrshire and the rest of Scotland. ... More

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Beechwood Guest House (1.63 miles)

Beechwood Guest House
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Shona and David Paterson look forward to extending a warm welcome to you at the Beechwood, a beautiful refurbished Victorian house within walking distance of ... More

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