'It is one of the most hauntingly beautiful places in the world, the history is fascinating, the men are handsome and the whisky is delicious. But don't eat the macaroni pie.'
These funny words were said about Scotland by the British novelist, screenwriter and film producer J. K. Rowling, best known for writing the Harry Potter fantasy series and still known to be living in and enjoying the Scottish land.
The Capital of Charming Seaside and Green Suburbs
Ayr is a town located along the west coast of Ayrshire in Scotland. Not so long ago Ayr was the county town, nevertheless, today it still remains one of the most populated areas in Ayrshire and all together, the whole Scotland. It's Scottish Gaelic name Inbhir Ã€ir translates into the 'Mouth of the River Ayr', where the river once mentioned meets the open waters. Hundreds of tourists visit the 13th most populated locality in Scotland every year not only to admire its picturesque coast, but also to meet and greet the most generous and welcoming local people. All Ayr hotels are well equipped and hospitable, and if you are willing to find one, check out these hotels in Ayr that we have already found for you.
Affordable Yet Charming Hideouts in Ayr
There is no need to waste huge amounts of money on accommodation, especially if you are not going to spend the whole day relaxing in your hotel room. For those who are seeking cheap hotels and outdoor fun we recommend to make a quick online search; and of you are too busy planning your upcoming get away, choose among some cheap hotels that we already found; Abbey Cottage Bed and Breakfast or Ayr Town Lodge, Budget Hotel.
The Finest Hotels to Stay in Ayr
Although despite some great and inexpensive accommodation deals may be found in Ayr, the town of beautiful Scottish scenery can also offer luxurious Ayr hotels. You can check out and read more about some famous places like the Mercure Ayr Hotel, Savoy Park Hotel Ayr or Premier Inn. These hotels in Ayr are well known for their friendly staff and the quality of services. What is more, you can always read the reviews of the previous hotel visitors and know about their stay-in experiences.
Off The Seaside Pastime
Even if you do want to spend some time walking along the breathtaking Ayr seaside and offshore suburbs, the chance of missing a visit to see the most famous places of the city should not be taken into consideration. You can go and start with the Culzean Castle and Country Park, go along with Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and Creenan Castle. And if you are willing to visit something more entertaining, go and check one of the biggest and famous horse racing places in Scotland, Ayr Racecourse, famous football, rugby, cricket or even ice hockey contests or Gaiety Theatre, where many Scottish movie and theater actors appeared on daily bases and some of them even started their international careers.