Langley Bank Guest House

Address: 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

Our last weekend

A travel blog entry by grahamandmandi on Sep 28, 2013

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... of them) and a case of ghastly pickled "monstrosities" such as two-headed sheep and the like. But then there was the rest of his collection, for he was the archetypical Victorian gentleman scientist, with a curiosity about everything and an income to satisfy it: cabinets of Micronesian artefacts, and Roman coins, and fossils, and mineral samples....

I don't know whether it was started by him or later acquisitions, but a large part of the museum was taken up by a ...

AYR...A STOPOVER TO THE FERRY

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

... of Kintyre in the background. The beautiful
Ayrshire countryside provided the inspiration for some of the
finest verses of the National Bard of Scotland, Robert Burns.

Undoubtedly Ayr is an old town—the most zealous of historical researchers cannot
say just how old. Its story is writ large on the pages of Scottish history. ...

An unexpected journey

A travel blog entry by andrewfarrell on Jun 13, 2013

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... that it was possible to hike the 11km from the north of the island back down to Yumani in the south in 3-4 hours in time for the boat back to Copacabana the same afternoon. The walk was difficult (mostly because of the high altitude, but in hindsight probably also because of the antibiotics we were taking), but picturesque and highly recommended. We had the path almost to ourselves the whole way. Just past halfway when we were flagging a little, we unexpectedly came ...

Rives, Smythe and Smythe to be

A travel blog entry by psrive on Aug 03, 2012

... camping ground. We're now spending the night in Ayr in another stunning bed and breakfast, we're all sharing a room however it is huge so everyone has got lots of space. We had an Indian meal in a restaurant right on the sand looking over the beach and towards the Isle of Arran. A walk along the beach and into the city centre and now back in the b and b , watching Olympics. A quick skype to a our darling girls. Tomorrow off to Loch ...

A day to catch our breath

A travel blog entry by ianandjen on Jul 26, 2012

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... br> We headed up north to Duck Bay, which is close to Loch Lomond. We got a window seat which overlooked the lake. It was a nice outlook for a lovely dinner.

One thing we noticed about Scotland, is that the sun takes a long time to set. It is still fairly light a 10pm. I am still getting used to it being so light so late in the day, but all the good hotels have heavy curtains.

We headed back to our hotel and finally got to bed just before ...