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Built in the early 17th century then known as McClelland's Inn and latterly the Loudoun Arms Hotel, the Fairburn Hotel & Restaurant with its historic facade of sandstone brick under slated roofs, still blends in with the surrounding buildings of the conservation village of Mauchline.
The Village is world famous for its connections with Scotland's National Bard Robert Burns. The house in which he lived, now a Museum still stands and Mossgiel Farm just a few yards from the Burns Monument, opened in 1896 together with the Jean Armour Statue , the Churchyard where members of his family and friends are buried attract many visitors from around the world.
The Fairburn is home to the Mauchline Burns Club. established in 1923 and where Robert Burns in 1786 held 'readings' when the hotel was then known as 'John McClelland's Inn.'