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11 Carrick Road
Ayr, Ayrshire
KA7 2RA.
Tel: 01292 283 219
Mob: 07792 013 085
appinayr@btinternet.com

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Appin House enjoys a very central location, a few minute's walk from Ayr's main centre, bus and train links and 5 minutes, with Glasgow-Prestwick Airport a further 15 minutes by road rail and bus.

Ayr and the surrounding area is rich in Cultural Heritage and experiences, forming a key part of the Land O'Burns heritage trail, centred at Burn's Cottage and the Tam O'Shanter experience. There are also numerous Historic attractions and parklands, with the jewel in the crown possibly being Culzean Castle and Country Estate, only 7 miles south on the rugged Ayrshire Coastline.

Golfing
The Ayrshire coast can only be equalled by Fife, the home of Golf, in terms of numbers and quality. There is a remarkable mixture in such a small area, with beautiful parkland, high quality municipal and more famously, world class Open Links courses such as Turnberry (hosts of the 2009 Open Championship), Prestwick (the original home of Open Golf) and Royal Troon. A round of Golf can cost from as little as £18-£25 on one of the well considered municipal courses such as Lochgreen and Belleisle, to around £150 to play one of the Open favourites, (Opinions and recommendations given and constantly sought!!).

Food & Drink
As well as being a fantastic place to refresh yourself in one of the many local hostelries, Ayr and the surrounding area is renowned as a Gastronomer's Delight, graced with an outstanding selection of dining opportunities to equal any city, far belying the size of the town. Please ask for recommendations on, or even before arrival, to take full advantage of what the best establishments have to offer (thus avoid booking disappointments!).