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Address: 17 Links Road, Prestwick, South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA9 1QG, United Kingdom | 4 star b&b
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This 4 star B&B, located on 17 Links Road, Prestwick, is near Ayr Seafront Playpark, Ayr Racecourse, Prestwick Golf Club, and Souter Johnnie's Cottage.
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    Travel Blogs from Prestwick

    Harry Potter to Hadrian's Wall to Highland Games

    A travel blog entry by boeschenblog on Aug 30, 2014

    5 comments, 11 photos

    ... if he lives in England when he's older. (I think we'll need to send him back in February to decide first.)

    Leaving Cambridge we marveled at our good weather luck and headed to Barnard Castle, a small village in Yorkshire. Castle ruins, great Indian food and a room at the Three Horseshoes. A good time had by all.

    We drove the smallest road we could find past waterfalls and through the northern Pennines (the high moors) to Hadrian's wall country.

    We really ...

    Heather on the hill.........

    A travel blog entry by heatherham on Jun 16, 2014

    18 photos

    ... points so cars could pass each other. The hill gradients ranged from 14% to 16%. We eventually made it to Dumbarton and with the help of an amazing lady out walking her dog, have found a great hotel. The lady jumped in her car and got us to follow her and she took us about 5 miles to the hotel - we really have met some amazingly helpful people in Scotland. A curry dinner for all of us - just for a change and an early ...

    Aviemore to Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by dejadoo on May 30, 2013

    ... and plenty of swamp. Of course there was gorse. In the middle of this less than friendly countryside is an impressive memorial to the Commando companies formed in WWII. This was their main training ground. Moving along a little further we passed through the valley of Glencoe which is famous for the massacre of clan MacDonald members by members of the Campbell clan. The enmity survives today and you will never find Campbell's soup in any McDonalds ...

    When I called you last night from Glasgow...

    A travel blog entry by joshnadeau on Jun 23, 2012

    38 photos

    ... standing there. I don't know how long it will take for me to get bored of churches and church architecture...

    The interior was staggering (first real medieval church I've been to since dipping my toes in this side of the pond), complete with sculptures, crypt-tombs and kitschy merchandise. I may have gone a little camera-crazy - you will forgive my indulgence quicker if you come to realize how many photos ...

    Stirling and (oops!) Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by bellyadventures on Jun 19, 2012

    8 photos

    ... in an urban area to stop at a Sainsbury's grocery store and stock up on some items for lunch... since we weren't sure when we would ever see such a commercial area again, the way we were going.

    Finally, with a car full of food, we made our way north and west to get on our way up towards Loch Lohmond... but our trip north was definitely going to be cut short after Fort William now. So we would miss out on Loch Ness and Inverness. :(