Ayrshire Beaches and Coast

Ayrshire is in the South West of Scotland and has many miles of scenic coastline steeped in history and home to some famous Open Championship golf courses!

This is the Clyde Coast and it offers travellers superb food, great accommodation and a vast array of outdoor activities topped with ancient castles, busy market towns and rugged countryside. It's ancient history dates back to the Bronze Age.

Tour Dumfries House for an idea of what a stately home in Scotland looks like!

Visitors are attracted by the majestic mountains, the Firth of Clyde and the historic stones. In the Firth of Clyde lies the Isle of Arran better known by locals as 'Mini Scotland' because of its lochs, mountains, hills and stunning coast. Here you'll find lots of places to visit like the local distillery, museums, craft and food markets and castles. Sports are popular here with paragliding or orienteering on offer and Celtic myths and legends to enjoy back in the warmth of your hotel or bed and breakfast.

All Places in Ayrshire

  • The Arrandale Hotel

    In the oldest part of town, just 2 minutes’ walk from Ayr’s sandy beach and the town centre, this charming, family-run hotel offers lovely rooms, tasty Scottish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi and parking.

  • Marina Inn

    Overlooking the picturesque harbour in Irvine’s harbour-side district, the Marina Inn offers good-value accommodation close to Irvine’s sandy beach and railway station.

  • Old Loans Inn

    After a £1.8 million renovation, this award-winning 18th-century former coaching inn combines original character with modern luxuries, including king-size beds, media centres, powerful rain showers and free Wi-Fi.

  • The Fenwick Hotel

    Offering stylish décor and luxurious dining, this elegant hotel is set in the picturesque historic village of Fenwick. Centrally located in Ayrshire, but just 20 minutes’ drive from the coast, guests have free Wi-Fi.

  • Kilkerran Guest House

    The Kilkerran is a 10-minute drive from Prestwick Airport. Your room rate includes breakfast. The guest house is close to Newton-on-Ayr railway station and the X77 bus route to Prestwick Airport and Glasgow.

  • Appin Guest House

    The boutique-style, modern accommodation at Appin House is a short walk from the town centre. The friendly and comfy Appin House serves a hearty Scottish breakfast. It offers a warm family welcome, excellent value and high standards.

  • Ivydean B&B

    Ivydean B&B is ideal for Prestwick Airport and Ayr town centre. Newton-on-Ayr railway station is nearby and has a regular service to Glasgow and to Prestwick Airport. If travelling by car, Prestwick Airport is a 10-minute drive away.

  • Mercure Ayr Hotel

    Close to Ayr seafront and a few metres from the town centre, Mercure Ayr is a comfy hotel with swimming pool, bath spa, and gym. Free WiFi is available throughout. Other health facilities include a spa pool, sauna and steam room.

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