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Fernbank Guest House
213 Main Street
Prestwick
Ayrshire and Arran

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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 well-placed for the International Airport(1 Km), and all of Ayrshire and Prestwick’s many attractions, including the many excellent local golf courses. Please note that prices are EXCLUSIVE of breakfast to ensure good value for any Guests leaving early. Breakfast may be purchased on arrival at GBP 3.00 per Guest/Night if required. The guest house is well situated to visit all the attractions nearby and makes an excellent base to explore Ayrshire. Prestwick is located on the West Coast of Scotland and is a neighbour to Ayr and Troon. With plenty of activities, cafes and restaurants, Prestwick is an ideal choice for holidaymaker's and day visitors. Situated in the heart of Robert Burns country Prestwick has many places of historical interest itself. Prestwick Old Course where the first Open Golf Championship was played, Bruce's Well and the Salt Pans. Take a walk along the beachfront and enjoy one of the most beautiful sunsets in the west coast. Don’t eat too much though in any of the excellent local restaurants/bars/cafes or you may struggle with our hearty Scottish breakfast comprising tea/fresh filtered coffee, cereal/porridge, fruit/yoghurts, juices, bread/toast/morning rolls and, of course, a choice of continental or full grilled breakfast. All ingredients are locally sourced or fair-trade where possible. New for this season is a Sky TV lounge and internet access – both wired access and wireless. We also provide e-mail and fax service as required.

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