Langley Bank Guest House

39 Carrick Road, Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA7 2RD, United Kingdom | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on 39 Carrick Road, Ayr, is near Pirate Pete's, Walkabout Auld Ayr Town, Belleisle Golf Course, and Citadel Leisure Centre.
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Travel Blogs from Ayr

AYR...A STOPOVER TO THE FERRY

A travel blog entry by rumbelow-europe on Sep 09, 2013

... br> of its landmarks bear the indelible stamp of its antiquity. But in every other
respect the Auld Toun is the modern home of a modern-minded and thriving
community who are well aware of the need to keep abreast of the times, not only
for their own sakes but for the benefit of the many thousands who come annually
to make holiday.

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The unexpected trip home...

A travel blog entry by jentravels on May 30, 2013

... than to return to the UK. The past week of our trip was both physically and emotionally draining. Being in a developing country with a serious illness was tough. The lack of decent medical facilities, food, hot water and English-speaking people made it very difficult to deal with the entire situation. I know that, speaking for myself, I had really reached breaking point with the entire thing and felt that I couldn't continue. I wasn't getting any better and nobody had any ...

Sick Day. Sigh

A travel blog entry by zaidngreg on Aug 24, 2012

... deal of benefit for travel, in both cost and general probability of meeting up with neat people. Couchsurfing is also a very good option, but considerably harder to schedule. Given the time I had to travel, I chose to limit myself to hostel or hotel: For a longer stay, I would really have enjoyed including some couchsurfers in the mix as well.

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Ayr aye!!

A travel blog entry by sean_kirsty2012 on May 23, 2012

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The next day we'd decided to lock in the Scottish West Coast and Ayr. We headed to Ayr via Fort Willaim. Possibly one of the best drives of the trip....driving past Ben Nevis and through the heart of a series of impressive mountain ranges!! We carried on to Ayr after a pie ...

Day Four

A travel blog entry by thevances on Sep 10, 2010

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... and all of the trade and shipping there, and an upper city that was run by the Catholic Church. The upper city was full of houses for clergy, monasteries, and the Cathedral (St. Mungo's). The last remaining medieval clergy house built near the Cathedral is Provand's Lordship. The house was built in 1471. At one time Mary Queen of Scots stayed there for an extended journey when her husband, Lord Darnley, was very ill and being cared for nearby. It was also in this house ...