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Our apartments and villas are the perfect side dish to the extensive and stunning countryside, cheery seaside towns and bustling city’s full of entertainment and nightlife…

By following our consistently updated top picks, you won’t be short of a fulfilled, jam-packed and special stay

Culzean Castle

Soak up some history upon on the Ayrshire cliffs at the magnificent Culzean castle. Admirer the fine architecture, transport yourself back in time through a guided tour of the estate, even bring your pets and explore the wonderful gardens and woodland trails!

Burns Monument

Uncover just how much of an influential and important figure Scotland’ National Bard was and still is when you wander through beautifully kept gardens and gaze upon a 70-foot-high Grecian Style monument all dedicated to the man himself – Robert Burns.

Fox and Willow

The Fox & Willow provide a splendid dining experience. With seasonal beers and cocktails to accompany a fabulous menu for all you won’t regret a trip to one of Ayr’ finest!

Vic and The Vine

The Vine offers a light and lovely take on modern dining. Open from first thing in the morning through until late, The Vine is all about world flavours, perfectly poured drinks and a friendly welcome.

Goat Fell, Arran

Goat Fell is the highest peak on the Arran and the perfect viewpoint to gaze across the island and out to sea, making this a MUST do!

A.D Rattray

As an independent whisky company, A.D Rattray have been selecting and maturing casks of single malt Scotch whisky for over 150 years. Established in 1868 the company has passed down through generations of the Morrison family, a name that is steeped in whisky heritage.

You can also explore Scotch history and it’s facinating heritage at the A.D Rattray Whisky shop in Kirkoswald, Ayrshire.

Scotts at Troon Yacht Haven

Overlook the Marina whilst enjoying a laid back bite to eat and a few drinks from the elegant Scotts Restraunt at Troon Yacht Haven…

The Waterfront

The Waterfront has spectacular views across the River Ayr towards Arran. The interior provides a luxurious, comfortable setting for either a quick bite to eat or a perfectly chilled glass of Champagne. This wonderful Restaurant is the perfect place to relax with an organic coffee, a refreshing glass of wine, or a classic cocktail. Serving food from 10 am daily, you can enjoy anything from a home-made scone to a fillet steak.

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