Ayr Hotels

To the north of Ayr is the adjoining town of Prestwick, famous for its golf and its aviation industry and home of Glasgow Prestwick International Airport. Other adjoining settlements include Alloway, known as the birthplace of celebrated poet Robert Burns.

From 1870 until 1880, there were noted improvements to Ayr's beach and tourism venues with organised entertainment, the building of the sea wall, flattening of the Low Green, ice cream huts and pleasure cruises. Ayr has always been a centre for shopping in South Scotland and it was here that the first department store, Hourstons, opened in 1896. In 1907's Ayr flourished further with the opening of further stores including Marks and Spencer's and Ayr's first major modern shopping centre.

Hotels in and around Ayr offer a good choice of prices, styles and star ratings to prospective guests. Accommodation types include smaller independently run hotels along with the larger chain owned hotels. Facilities that normally come as standard are en suite room facilities, LCD TV, Wi-Fi internet connectivity and tea and coffee making facilities.

Some of the Ayr hotels may provide enhanced leisure facilities for guests to use including onsite gymnasiums, guaranteed to give the body a full work out, whilst the exquisite spas are provided for the rejuvenation of the body, mind and soul.

Ayr Hotels offers more than just beauty for guests wedding days, the promise to make the day timeless and unforgettable, in the way that it should be. Under Scottish law, couples from anywhere around the world are invited to get married in Scotland without having to be residents.

Visitors to the Ayr hotels will be enchanted by their locations, their facilities and the charming architectural profiles these ingredients ensure returns again and again.
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