Accommodation in Ayr
As Robert Burns put it: “Auld Ayr, wham ne’er a town surpasses, For honest men and bonie lasses”
Located on the Firth of Clyde in southwestern part of Scotland, Ayr is a royal burgh that was created in the year 1202. The town serves as as the administrative center for South Ayrshire Council. Ayr is a must-see place for anyone who is looking to learn more about the history of Scotland and of Britain. Not a history buff? Well you can simply enjoy the town’s quaint attractions and mingle with some of Britain’s friendliest people. Looking for accommodation in Ayr, will not be a problem because the place is teeming with hotels, bed and breakfasts, inns, houses and cottages for rent.
People looking for comfort and convenience when travelling to Ayr will not be disappointed with the town’s selection of hotels. Whether you are planning to stay in the centre of town or in the outskirts, there is sure to be a hotel that you can go to spend a night or more. With Travel Lodges and top class hotels, there is a great selection.
If you are tired of staying at hotels and you want to try something new and really experience what Ayr has to offer, one of the best options for you is to stay in one of the many family-owned guest houses. There are guest houses in the town and the surrounding countryside. By staying in one of these guest houses, you will experience real customer service from owners who pride themselves in their business. When it comes to cost, the price of a night in an Ayr guest house is likely to be considerably less than a hotel, yet the quality will be at least comparable. Perhaps no bar, but friendly service from knowledgeable owners will be there instead.
With its rolling hills and lush scenery, the town of Ayr is ideal for camping and for those who want to commune with nature. There are many parks in and around the town that allow individuals or groups to camp in their grounds as long as they will follow instructions. Prices asked by these parks differ, but for sure, camping in Ayr will save you a lot of money.
Bed and Breakfasts
Staying in bed and breakfasts is a practice that is popular worldwide. There is little difference between a B&B and a guest house, but a B&B tends to be smaller, typically with one, two or three rooms. As with guest houses, the owner will be very knowledgeable about the local area and be able to tell you things to do and see in Ayr and Ayrshire.