Ayr Travel guide
Ayr : Michelin's recommendations
Ayr is the Clyde estuary's main holiday resort and is a good starting point for exploring Burns Country. This lively resort is close to Prestwick International Airport and renowned golf courses. It boasts vast sandy beaches bordered by its esplanade, several charming parks, traditional leisure activities and Scotland's principal racecourse, where the Scottish Grand National and Ayr Gold Cup are held.
Tourist attractions Ayr : Things to see and do
230 High Street GB - Ayr KA7 1PX
An alehouse in the time of Burns, this is where Tam started out on his frightening adventures on a stormy night ( Tam o'Shanter ).
Auld Brig GB - Ayr KA71
This 13C bridge, immortalised by Burns, was supposedly financed by two sisters whose betrothed were both drowned when attempting to ford the river in spate. The small cobbled bridge has survived although the neighbouring bridge was swept away in a st..
9 - 11 Barns Street GB - Ayr KA7 1XB
Prix Prices from : 19 £
In Ayr’s town centre just 180 metres from the beach, Ayr Town Lodge offers budget accommodation with walk-in showers. Guests can enjoy free parking and a communal self-catering kitchen. All rooms at Ayr Town Lodge have a shower in the room with free..
2-4 Cassillis Street GB - Ayr KA7 1DW
In the oldest part of town, just 2 minutes' walk from Ayr's sandy beach and the town centre, this charming, family-run hotel offers lovely rooms, tasty Scottish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi and parking. Next to Ayr's historic St John's Tower, the Arran..
1 Killoch Place GB - Ayr KA7 2EA
Prix Prices from : 30 £
"Standing proudly within Ayr Town Centre, The Ayrshire and Galloway Hotel is THE place to stay when visiting the area, whether it be for business (car parking and Wi-Fi available free to our guests) or pleasure. The ground floor as well as housi..