Things to see and do - Mauchline
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After Burns' father died, the family moved to Mossgiel Farm. Burns met and married a local girl, Jean Armour, in Mauchline. She gave him nine children. In 1788, Burns rented rooms in a Castle Street house that is today the Burns House Museum. Four Burns children and The Jolly Beggars, who frequented Poosie Nansie's inn and appeared as main characters in his poems of that time, lie in the town cemetery.
Tourist attractions Mauchline : Things to see and do
Montgomerie Street GB - Tarbolton KA5 5PZ
At the time when Burns's father owned Lochlea farm (1777-1784), Tarbolton was a village of silk and muslin weavers. Robert and a few friends founded a society here in 1780, in a building now known as the Bachelors' Club. Upstairs (outside staircase) ..
35 Main St GB - KA5 6HU Sorn
It's very much a family affair at this unassuming inn - the father checks you in and the son does the cooking. Sit in either the smart bar or larger dining room. The extensive menu includes a variety of British dishes plus some more elaborate interna..