Coila Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

10 Holmston Road
Ayr
Ayrshire
Strathclyde
Scotland
KA7 3BB

Coila Guest House, Ayr

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Large bedrooms king size beds safe off-street parking...and breakfasts with home made muffins. Coila is an impressive Victorian villa built in 1895 and recently upgraded to create four large en-suite rooms with king-size beds. We provide extremely comfortable B&B accommodation in Ayr and are only a short walk from the shops and restaurants.

Or go the other direction and within a few minutes you are strolling along the tree-lined banks of the River Ayr

 4 star rating

From: £95.00


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