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Ayrshire Hotels & Accommodation

Accommodation & Hotels in Ayrshire region of Scotland including categories for all the local towns in Ayrshire and with hotels categorised by star ratings.

Ayrshire is best known for being the birth place of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert Burns, and there are numerous sights of interest of the bard to be enjoyed here.

The most obvious point of interest to the South of Ayr is Culzean Castle and the offshore island of Ailsa Craig.

The Glasgow Prestwick Airport is situated quite misleading in Ayrshire, but the place is nevertheless home to great golf courses and beaches.

Ayr hotels (53)

Located on the shores of the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire is steeped in history with links to William Wallace, Robert the Bruce and Robert Burns.

Ayr Bed and Breakfasts (4)

Ayr is a popular seaside resort in south Ayrshire, located 37 miles south west of Glasgow.

Ayr Guesthouses (6)

We have come up with an exhaustive list of guest houses with price comparison and online booking options to ensure you the best deals right at your finger tips.

Ayrshire Cottages & Self Catering (1)

Located on the shores of the Firth of Clyde, Ayrshire has many activities and tourist attractions for every taste!

Ardrossan Hotels (1)

Ardrossan is a town on the North Ayrshire coast in south-western Scotland.

Isle of Arran Hotels and Accommodation (6)

Isle of Arran is a compact and beautiful island, sited in the wedge of sea between Kintyre and Ayrshire.

Auchinleck Hotels (1)

Auchinleck,an erstwhile coal mining village in Ayrshire is best known for Auchinleck House, past home of James Boswell, 9th Laird of Auchinleck.

Ballantrae Hotels (1)

Ballantrae is best known for being the fictional setting of the Robert Louis Stevenson book, The Master of Ballantrae

Beith Hotels (1)

A historic town in Beith still retains an ancient feel that does not seem to have changed over hundreds of years.

Girvan hotels (1)

An erstwhile fishing village of Girvan in Ayrshire is now a popular holiday resort.

Irvine Hotels (8)

Irvine is popular for being the home to the Scottish Maritime Museum, which is a huge tourist attraction.

Kilbirnie Hotels (2)

Kilbirnie, a small town in Ayrshire is quite popular among geneologists who come to trace family histories regularly.

Kilmarnock Hotels (7)

Kilmarnock is twelve miles from Ayr and is known mainly for being the home of Johnnie Walker whisky.

Kilwinning Hotels (2)

Kilwinning is situated on the banks of the River Garnock in Ayrshire and is bordered by Irvine and Stevenston.

Largs Hotels (4)

Largs is a pretty town in Ayrshire which is also a resort town.

Prestwick Hotels (24)

Prestwick has all the trappings of a major airport town and is ideally placed for planning your holiday in Scotland.

Stevenston Hotels (1)

Stevenston town is named after Stephen Lockhart after he obtained the grant of owning the town and Kerelaw Castle.

Troon Hotels and Accommodation (7)

Troon is a seaside town which is most famous for its Royal Troon golf course.

Turnberry Hotels (2)

Turnberry is best known as the birthplace of Robert the Bruce and his castle, which is of high tourist importance.

West Kilbride Hotels (3)

West Kilbride in Ayrshire lies by the Firth of Clyde looking over the waters of Arran.

Accommodation & Hotels in Ayrshire region of Scotland including categories for all the local towns in Ayrshire and with hotels categorised by star ratings.

Ayrshire is best known for being the birth place of Scotland's most famous poet, Robert Burns, and there are numerous sights of interest of the bard to be enjoyed here.

The most obvious point of interest to the South of Ayr is Culzean Castle and the offshore island of Ailsa Craig.

The Glasgow Prestwick Airport is situated quite misleading in Ayrshire, but the place is nevertheless home to great golf courses and beaches.