Packages in Ayr
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Ayr Vacation Packages
Ayr Vacation Packages
The population of this appealing Ayrshire destination is approximately 46,000.
Ayr is located 65 miles southwest of the capital city of Edinburgh and approximately 3 miles south of Prestwick.
One of the most exciting places to take the family in the Ayr area is Pirate Pete's Family Entertainment Centre.
Create memories, enjoy the interpretive displays and explore animal biodiversity at the Heads of Ayr Farm Park, an educational and fun zoo. Ask at the entrance about feeding times and learn about some of the zoo's most popular inhabitants.
When you need to take a break from being on the road, you'll find a peaceful haven in one of the area's well designed gardens and parks On a sunny day, take the whole family to Belleisle Park, The Low Green or Rozelle Park, some of the nicest outdoor areas for a family picnic.
Would you like some time to relax and unwind? Ayr Beach is the perfect place to stop by. Enjoy the outdoors and watch the seabirds as you breathe in the fresh ocean air
For a little adventure of the indoor kind, set aside some time to check out the Tam o' Shanter Experience and Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, two of the better cultural attractions in Ayr. Take a self-guided tour, study the collections, or just snatch a moment of relaxation in one of the quiet nooks and crannies.
You can never truly understand a place until you know its history. Thankfully, Ayr has carefully preserved many of its celebrated historic places. Spend some time exploring St. John's Tower, Alloway Kirk and Burns Cottage and Museum, which are among the most significant historic attractions in the region.
Put some time aside to admire the splendid Brig O'Doon, which is considered to be one of Ayr's most admired bridges. This is an excellent place to capture some photographs and appreciate the views.
Revere in the architecture, immerse yourself in the culture and discover the grounds of Auld Kirk, a preserved spiritual site.
The Ayr area features some excellent civic spaces. Wellington Square is a favorite with locals and visitors. It's the sort of place that often draws visitors back over and over again.
In Ayr there are various interesting memorials and symbolic public sculptures for past peoples. Two frequently visited memorials are the Burns Monument and Ayr Pavilion. A couple of alternative options are Auld Brig and St John’s Tower.
There's no excuse to stop working on your game when visiting Ayr. Spend a few hours at Belleisle Golf Club, where you are sure to find the finest fairways and friendliest clubhouse in the area. Grab your lucky putter and hit the fairways, then wrap up an enjoyable day sharing a few drinks with friendly locals.
Accommodation in Ayr
Make an online booking for one of the 20 Ayr accommodation options listed on Expedia's extensive Ayr hotels page before you leave.
Beginning with the more upmarket end of the scale, you can book the Fairfield House - Ayr, at 12 Fairfield Road, or the Carrick Lodge Hotel, at 46 Carrick Road. Alternatively, if you're traveling on a shoestring, the Western House Hotel, Craigie Road, and the A' Turas-Mara Guest House, 25 Castlehill Road, could better serve your needs.