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Afton Villa Bed & Breakfast
39 Whittletts Road
Ayr
Ayrshire and Arran

KA8 0JD | View map
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Providing bed and breakfast accommodation in Ayr, Scotland, Afton Villa B&B offers you a warm and friendly welcome in an attractive, recently modernised Victorian guest house. The bed and breakfast has large, comfortable rooms with all the amenities you would expect from quality guest house accommodation to make your stay a very comfortable one. Our two large rooms are en-suite, with good sized televisions, tea / coffee making facilities, radio clock alarms and hairdryers. Ironing facilities are available on request. To start your day off properly you can enjoy either a continental or full cooked breakfast in the bright comfortable dining room. Relax in the evening in front of a 28 inch wide screen TV in our superior room, or a 21 inch screen in our other en-suite - both with digital freeview facilities. All rooms have hospitality trays with Tea / Coffee making facilities and radio clock alarms. Situated just 100 metres from Ayr Race Course, Afton Villa B&B provides the ideal guest house accommodation for attendees of the many horse race meetings held here, and is just a short distance from Ayr town centre. Have a day out, enjoy the races and relax in comfortable accommodation. Bed and breakfast from £24 per person per night.

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