|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Ayr is well placed for exploring Burns Country, golfing on world famous links golf courses, or simply enjoying the stunning beaches & coastline.
Dairy Cottage sleeps 6 in a large, quiet, bright, detached sandstone cottage. tucked away in a cobbled courtyard. It is 10 minutes walk from Ayr town centre, beach & railway station. Enclosed south facing garden with patio.
Large open plan lounge/dining room/kitchen with French windows to the garden. Ground floor - large bedroom (with large double bed) & bathroom. Upstairs are 2 twin bedded rooms & shower room.
The cottage has an enclosed, walled, south facing garden with patio. There are 2 car parking spaces on the private driveway in front of the cottage.
Cot & high chair available on request.
The property has wi-fi and freesat. Gas central heating.
The Ayr that Burns knew would have been considerably different to today's bustling town of 50,000 people which boasts Scotland's fifth largest shopping centre. The most prominent remnant of the Old Town is the 13th century Auld Brig (Old Bridge) which was the town's only river crossing for 500 years.
For The Literary: Robert Burns is synonymous with Ayrshire. The story of his life is woven into the very fabric of the Ayrshire countryside and many of his most famous poems and songs were set here. At Alloway, just outside Ayr, the various sites including his humble cottage birthplace, have been grouped together to form the Burns National Heritage Park. A single admission fee gives access to all the attractions.
For The Active: Ayrshire is a mecca for golfers from all over the world.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
Please contact the owner for up to date availability and more information.