Ivydean B&B

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

36 PRESTWICK ROAD
Prestwick
Strathclyde
Scotland
KA8 8LB

Ivydean B&B, Prestwick

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Family run B&B close to Prestwick airport, Ayr racecourse and town centre.Comfortable rooms all en suite with freeview television,ample car parking residents lounge and garden area to relax in. There are good transport links nearby Newton on Ayr railway station and a regular bus to Glasgow

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