Queens Guest House

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating

10 Queens Terrace
Ayr
Strathclyde
Scotland
KA7 1DU

Queens Guest House, Ayr

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A Scottish Welcome awaits you at the Queens Guest House. Come and join Jackson and Eileen at their family-run guest house in Queens Terrace, Ayr providing very comfortable accommodation for your stay in Ayrshire.

We offer a range of rooms at The Queens Guest House including singles, doubles and family rooms. The Queens Guest House is perfectly positioned for touring the West of Scotland and it is within easy reach of over 40 excellent golf courses including the Championship courses of Turnberry, Royal Troon, and Old Prestwick. We especially welcome bowlers who wish to watch or participate in the many Championship bowling tournaments that take place at Scotland's national centre Ayr Northfield.

Ayr Northfield is only a 5 mins drive from the Queens Guest House. There is a colourful courtyard to rear of the Queens Guest House. Ayr's County Buildings, St John's Keep, Gaiety Theatre, Low Green and Wellington Gardens are a stone's throw from our Guest House.

Ample parking is available both on Queens Terrace and adjacent Charlotte Street.

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From: £28.00

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