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

Day Thirty-six - Green or Black?

A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on May 29, 2014

... to come and collect us. Unfortunately our break down cover would not cover man made mistakes. Matt, Matt, Matt... It was the best idea to get towed from the drive as a nice bloke who lived on the farm said the farmer wasn't a very nice person. The two truck arrived around 9:30pm and we had been dropped off at a nearby garage by 10pm. Not one of our best wild camping spots being right in front of the entrance of a garage in an industrial block. I won't be forgetting this one anytime ...

Hop on Hop off Tour

A travel blog entry by shari2285 on Aug 26, 2013

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Today we headed out to complete our hop on hop off tour. We visited the museum that was awarded best museum in Europe. The maritime and transport museum, check out the photos there are some amazing looking vehicles and transport apparatuses. Check the photos out, anyway, there were some stops we tried to get off at but the bus driver drove past so we missed out. Not to worry, the last stop we wanted to get off was at Ashton Lane and they again drove past but low and ...

Campbeltown to Ayr

A travel blog entry by carol53 on Jun 01, 2013

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... park? NO, we couldn't.

We decided to just head down the coastline out of town and hopefully find something a little less crowded. After going past a couple more family attractions that were absolutely teeming with people (think it is start of school holidays here and it is the weekend) we came upon a little village called Dunure. Fame of this place is the ruined Dunure Castle and an Inn which had friendly staff and served meals all day and so ...

Visiting friends in Scotland

A travel blog entry by megs-anoop on Jan 04, 2013

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... the other way. The term “electric” dates from a time when it was normally thought to be a phenomenon caused by electric or magnetic attraction within the brae.”

We had seen nothing like it before and as we drove over and past the Electric Brae, it still seemed unreal. Our next stop was the summer vacation spot for the Ric******* family back when Morag, Anne and Allan were kids (Anne, please excuse me for not remembering the name of the town). We ...

Car, Ferry, Train to Glasgow

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 24, 2012

2 comments, 46 photos

... smoked haddock and potato soup, a Scottish favorite. The soups were delicious and reminded us of how good the soups are in Ireland, too. For dessert, we shared a slice of homemade carrot cake. Excellent! Then, after a little shopping in this cute village, we caught the train to Glasgow. What a spectacular ride! And, it turns out that I was wrong about being on the Harry Potter bridge earlier. That was apparently a similar ...