This 4 Star Guest house assures you of a warm Scottish welcome. Close to seafront and amenities of Ayr town centre. Excellent quality accommodation, value for money, great personal service.
Awarded Tripadvisor Standard of Excellence 2014.
The Burnside is a quality 4 Star guest house where you are assured of a warm Scottish welcome!
The guest house is centrally located, close to the seafront and the amenities of Ayr town centre. Ayr has a good shopping centre and lots of restaurants and pubs to choose from. The guest house has been refurbished in a beautiful style, in keeping with its period features. Shower en-suites available, king size beds and all have TV-DVD, tea/coffee, electronic safes, hairdryer, ironing facilities and free wifi and parking. Excellent quality 4Star accommodation and service assured, not to mention superb choices on the breakfast menu endorsing local produce!
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It is only a 20 min drive from Prestwick International airport and easily accessible from both Glasgow or the south via the A77 or the A70.
Ayr is famous for being the birthplace of Robert Burns and the Burns Cottage and museum is a popular tourist attraction. Culzean Castle, owned by the National Trust for Scotland, is only a 20 minute drive down the beautiful Ayrshire coastline. Dumfries House is trully beautiful, close by and well worth a visit
Ayrshire also hosts over 30 golf courses, including the famous Open Championship courses Turnberry, Old Prestwick and Royal Troon and quality municipal courses such as Belleisle. Special course fees are available for playing at Dundonald Links and at the local municipal golf courses.
Other attractions include Ayr Racecourse, the Gaiety Theatre, Heads of Ayr Farm Park, Cycle Routes, Walks at Auchincruive, the River Ayr Way and the Ayrshire Coastal Path. Public parks include Rozelle and Belleisle. Ayr seafront has amenities for old and young alike: an exciting play area for children, crazy golf and putting. Or else you can just enjoy a leisurely walk along the esplanade or the wide sandy beach and watch the breathtaking sunsets over Arran.
If you are planning a trip to Ayr why not stop over for a few days, there is plenty to do and see for all ages. I shall look forward to extending a warm welcome to all those visiting the Burnside Guest House.