Eglinton Guest House
The Eglinton Guest House is situated within a part of Ayr, steeped in history. Eglinton Terrace dates back over 150 years and at the entrance of the street stands the remains of the Tower of St.John - the first Scottish Parliament Building. Whether you just want to relax and enjoy the scenery or participate in the many sports available locally, we have something to offer every taste, the young and the not so young. We are within a few minutes walk of the beach, the town centre and many of the amenities and entertainments for which Ayr is popular. There are sea and fishing trips available from Ayr Harbour, or if you would rather relax in comfort; how about a criuse “Doon the Water” on the Waverley, the last operational Paddle Stemer, that sails around the Islands and Ports of the Clyde waters.
23 Eglinton Terrace
Ayr, Ayrshire , KA7 1JJ
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Heads of Ayr Farm Park
As you can imagine, I visit a huge number of farm parks, so much so, I could probably write a Top 100 Farm Parks in Britain book, I may still do that yet,
Royal Troon Golf Club
Founded in March 1878 but not joining the Royal course list until 100 years later, Royal Troon is renowned worldwide as one of the very best links golf courses and has played
Nearby Eating Out
When it comes to food and where to eat it, you couldn’t be situated in any better place in Ayr, than when your sat here at the Waterfront Restaurant.
Vito’s Italian Prestwick
Vito’s restaurant serves the best of authentic Italian cuisine in a contemporary relaxed atmosphere with excellent views over the historic Burns Statue Square.