Ayr Bed and Breakfasts & Guest Houses

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Mr and Mrs John and Linda
Castlehill Bed and Breakfast
11 Castlehill Road, Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA7 2HX

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01292 611443 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://castlehillbedandbreakfast.co.uk

Castlehill Bed & Breakfast is a traditional Victorian house which offers a high quality, comfortable and friendly accommodation centrally located in the charming Scottish coastal town of Ayr.

All the bedrooms have modern En-suites and have been tastefully redecorated / refurbished.

If you are planning a trip to Ayrshire on business or pleasure, why not stop over at Castlehill Bed and Breakfast where you will receive a warm friendly welcome, a very clean comfortable bedroom to enjoy a good night’s sleep and a varied and delicious breakfast in the morning. Ayr town centre amenities include an excellent selection of shops, bars, and restaurants which cater for all tastes.

Mr William Clark
Miller House Guesthouse
36 Miller Road, Ayr ,KA7 2AY

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01292 282016 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://www.millerhouseayr.co.uk

Miller House is a large Guest house which is situated on Miller road in Ayr's town centre. It is a spacious bed and breakfast with 7 letting rooms from single to family, there are 6 foot beds in most rooms. FREE WI-FI,and off street parking. There is a private guest entrance and LCD DVD TV's in all rooms.

Mrs Hazel Steele
Coila Guest House
10 Holmston Road, Ayr, KA7 3BB

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01292262642 - Please mention Scottish Accommodation Guide when calling.
Web: http://www.coila.co.uk

Coila is a well established B&B with guests returning year after year. Large ensuite bedrooms with King Size beds, deep mattresses and easy chairs. Plenty off-street parking. Coila Guest House is close to Ayr town centre, and is handy for all transport links to explore Ayrshire. Ideal as a base for golfers who wish to play the world famous Ayrshire courses of Royal Troon and Turnberry and walkers on the many fine paths. Business people frequently stay here for meetings in Ayr or Glasgow. Breakfasts are special! Enjoy the convivial atmosphere in the breakfast room. The menu includes freshly made muffins, Scottish smoked salmon, home made haddock fish cakes. Fresh fruit is prepared every morning and the Coila Scottish Breakfast is a real favourite with regular guests.