Ayr Gatehouse

Guest House in Prestwick, Strathclyde (Ayrshire)

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31 Prestwick Road

Ayr Gatehouse, Prestwick

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Ayr Gatehouse Bed and Breakfast (formerly Stronvar Guesthouse) is a spacious contemporary accommodation with private parking recently refurbished to a very high standard. 6 foot beds in most rooms double shower cubicles with powerful showers. WI-FI and LCD TV\'s.There is a ramp leading into the house which makes easy access for those in wheelchairs or for those requiring support.

The house is fully double glazed with self-adjusting radiators in every room.Ayr Gatehouse sits on the main road heading from Prestwick into the town centre of Ayr.There is easy access into the Bed and Breakfast from the side of the house (Falkland Road) and ample parking space in the grounds. We can also accommodate large party\'s for all occasions and can arrange golf at discount if required.

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