Leslie Anne Guest House
Travel Blogs from Ayr
... 15 years since our last visit. The girls had fun playing with Abigail's dog in the garden and we all enjoyed Dot's lovely baking.
All too soon it was time to head back to York and drop Richard at the train before we headed home to Glaisdale. Less said about the trip home the better. Let's just say double check the sat nav next time! A late night but a very enjoyable weekend. Thanks Marna, Leo and Dot. Ax
... it a lot more or try and use as much of our existing kit as possible, as we have a considerable amount.
- 5 pairs of boxers
- Kuhl trousers
- Marmot walking
trousers, (heavier weight)
trackies (for casual use)
- Crag shorts (for
sunny weather in Abu Dhabi)
... place of more than 3000 people, including 17 monarchs. It’s no surprise then that a number of ghosts roam the site day and night.
Anchor Tavern on 34 Park Street has a quite extrordinary ghost story, being haunted by a ghost of a dog who back in 1700 tried to protect its master from some violent thug. Legend says that a gang member slammed the ...
... until we had to walk over with Allan to pick up Beth from school, which is literally a stone’s throw away. Beth rushed out to greet us but was definitely a bit shy despite anticipating our visit for the past month we were told. Knowing what an extrovert she was, I was sure it would take her only a few hours to get comfortable. Sure enough, by the time we were done with tea, she was chatting away with us. We met Sally that evening after she got off work and that’s ...
... of golf on this over one 100 year old course. Western Gailes is a "hidden gem" that should not be overlooked when playing in Scotland’s Ayeshire/Prestwick area. It is an excellent test of true links golf presenting variety and a memorable challenge. The Clubhouse with its central position has great views of the course and the bay to the Isle of Arran. We enjoy a tasty lunch, reliving our day of golf and learning more of the course’s fascinating ...