Western House Hotel
Swallow Station Hotel Ayr
The Station Hotel is the oldest and most famous Hotel in Ayr. Built in 1885 adjacent to Ayr's Railway Station, situated in the Town Centre, this Hotel is ideal for the Business Traveller, or for those looking to take a Short Break. The Hotel is close to Ayr's Seafront, Odeon Cinema, High Street Shops (*New Shopping Centre opening 2005), Ayr Race Course, and some of the finest Championship Golf Courses in Scotland with Royal Troon (Host of the Open Golf Championships 2004), Turnberry and many more. With 73 newly re-furbished en-suite Rooms, Conference Facilities, two Bar/Lounges and it's own Kyle Restaurant, make your reservation at this Hotel now, you wont be disappointed. *Note: Hotel changing over to a Swallow Hotel on 1st December 2004
Ramada Hotel Ayr
From the comfort of this modern hotel, set in Burn’s country, you really will be at the heart of it all. Stay at the Ramada Ayr and enjoy magnificent views of the Isle of Arran and Mull of Kintyre and visit one of the 22 golf courses within a 20 mile radius. To celebrate the great poet’s life in true Burns’s style, would be unlike any other celebration! The birthplace of Robert Burns has put Ayr well and truly on the map. Smoking rooms are on request. ****Hotel is undergoing a refurbishment starting 18 January 07 until end of June 07****
The Ivy Rooms
The Ivy Rooms is a classic old Victorian House tastefully converted into a 3* Hotel. Situated five minutes walk from Ayr Town Centre where you will find all the high street names and some traditional Scottish outfitters also. With our highly trained management, chefs and front of house staff you will not be disappointed with our high level of service, presentation and comfortable, yet modern surroundings. The Ivy Rooms has 13 rooms over 2 floors, the rooms are all en suite with all the modern comforts such as power showers, plasma televisions, sky, hairdryers and tea/coffee facilities. They are all well aired, bright rooms with contemporary, luxurious decor.