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Craigie Guest House

3 Self rated

46 Craigie Rd, ,, Ayr, KA8 0HA

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Ayrshire also hosts over 40 golf courses, including the famous Open Championship courses at Turnberry, Old Prestwick and Royal Troon and quality municipal courses such as Belleisle and Lochgreen. Bowlers who wish to watch or participate in the many championship bowling tournaments that take place at Scotland's National Bowling Centre at Ayr Northfield will enjoy being so close with less than a 5 minute drive from Craigie Guest House. Ayr is famous for being the birthplace of the renowned poet Robert Burns and the Burn's cottage & Museum is a popular tourist attraction.

Culzean Castle owned by the National Trust for Scotland is only a 20 minute drive down the beautiful Ayrshire countryside. Ayr Town & the surrounding countryside has so much to offer so why not stop over for a few days, there is plenty to do and see for all ages. We shall look forward to extending a warm welcome to all those visiting Craigie Guest House. Glasgow only 50 minutes by train or car.

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Showing Sunday 23 October 2016 to Monday 24 October 2016

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  • David Allen

  • October 2016

Scottish credit card cycle tour

This was a stop on a mini credit card cycle tour of SW Scotland.

Bill and Carol were very welcoming and allowed me to store my bike in their garage over night. My room was clean and there was plenty of space. Breakfast was the usual buffet of cerials etc along with a full Scottish nicely cooked by Bill, just what I needed with a full day cycling ahead of me. I would warmly recommend this guesthouse to any fellow cyclist or anyone else looking for good value quality accommodation.

  • Geoffrey C

  • August 2016

Ayr in the sunshine

On arrival was met by Bill.

His hospitality and welcome after a hard days travelling was second to none. After a quick orientation chat about the property, Bill advised me on the best route to take to the town centre( 7 minutes medium walking). After his quick personal appraisal of the local pubs and restaurants I was off. Later on returning to the guest house the bed was comfy, the on-suite had everything you needed. I was asked to state what time I would like breakfast and given a choice of items for the Scottish breakfast. I arrived in the breakfast room to find Bill ready to serve my breakfast that was cooked superbly and fresh. After breakfast I sat out in the wonderful garden on a garden chair while I planned the next leg of my trip with a map. In summary. the location was good next to the racecourse and near the town centre, the host Bill most welcoming, The room had everything I needed and the gardens and breakfast most excellent. This was excellent value for money, I can recommend staying here.

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