Bed and Breakfast in Ayr, Strathclyde

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26 DUNURE ROAD Alloway

Sunnyside, Ayr

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Accommodation Description:

Quality 4-Star accommodation next to Alloway, birthplace of national poet Robert Burns, on the A719 coastal route on the south side of Ayr. We are praised for our friendly service, spacious well furnished double, twin or family bedrooms and excellent breakfasts using local produce. We are located just 5 minutes walk from the beach and the River Doon.

Late arrivals and early departures from Prestwick airport are catered for with breakfast to go if you prefer. There is a good bar restaurant just 5 minutes walk and we can also provide snacks of home made soup and sandwiches.We specialise in accommodation for wedding guests at the nearby Brig ODoon House Hotel, offering a free lift to the hotel. Breakfast choices include free range hen or duck eggs from the local farm, haggis and smoked Scottish salmon.We have achieved the following VisitScotland awards: 4-Star Bed and Breakfast rating, Cyclists Welcome, Walkers Welcome, Bikers Welcome, Classic Cars Welcome and Film Crews Welcome.Whatever your requirements, we will be pleased to cater for them.

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