The Arrandale Hotel

Address: 2-4 Cassillis Street, Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA7 1DW, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 2-4 Cassillis Street, Ayr, is near Culzean Castle and Country Park, Burns Cottage and Museum, Lang Scots Mile, and Crossraguel Abbey.
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    Travel Blogs from Ayr

    The River of Waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by sophiepoulton on Oct 08, 2015

    11 photos

    ... people along this path than any other we've done so far.
    It was obvious why. The walk was absolutely beautiful. We had perfect weather so the path was dry and the view was completely clear of fog.
    The river we followed was interspersed with waterfalls all along. The last one we reached was the best because it was a big waterfall with a small one running into it. It looked spectacular.
    We loved this walk and we're glad we went back to do ...


    A travel blog entry by sparkeflies on Oct 08, 2015

    7 photos

    ... truly stuff of fairy tales, set on 250 stunning acres. I'll let the pictures speak for themselves but the property dates back to the 9th century (though no doubt looks very different these days) and was apparently visited by both William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. In fact, it's rumoured that Mary Queen of Scots visited and stayed in the bedroom we are occupying that night. Before the current owners bought the property it was not put up for sale for ...

    The Wild wild wild North!

    A travel blog entry by naomithinksit on Jul 24, 2014

    6 photos

    ... where you could leave love notes, but I just wrote a silly poem instead.

    Aunt Pauline, my twin second cousins and I spent the afternoon sunning ourselves on the beach, it was super hot and I got burnt. Yay. However I did make a Loch Ness monster sculpt in the sand and I swam in the sea. The water was so cold I could feel my bones aching, and my chest felt compressed as if there was a constrictor squeeing my rib cage, it felt like someone trying to use a potato peeler on ...

    Kilbarchan, Scotland, Part 1 (2 - 13 July 2014)

    A travel blog entry by mcloughlin on Jul 12, 2014

    17 photos

    ... barges and pleasure craft from one canal to another, instead of using locks they use a boat lift. Very interesting to watch.

    The Kelpies are sculptures of two Clydesdale horses. They represent mytical creatures that could manifest themselves in various forms in olden times. If you upset them they would throw you in the river and make sure you drowned.

    The Wheel is a boat lift used to transfer barges and pleasure craft from one canal ...

    Home! Roundup and reflection

    A travel blog entry by supermonkey76 on Aug 08, 2013

    24 photos

    ... perfectly as a pannier top bag for water bottles, a shopping bag, washing bag for a trip to the laundry, a bucket to fill up with water for flushing a rubbish toilet in a hostel, and a shoulder harness to strap my 2 clip on pannier bags round my shoulders when the rack broke! Invaluable, and it rolls up to almost nothing and weighs about 50 grammes. I could have done with: I received a package when I got back, it was the external iPhone battery pack that ...