Leslie Anne Guest House

Address: 13 Castlehill Road, Ayr, South Ayrshire, Scotland, KA7 2HX, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 13 Castlehill Road, Ayr, is near Heads of Ayr Farm Park, Burns Cottage and Museum, Burns Monument and Gardens, and Rozelle Park.
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Travel Blogs from Ayr

Dingwall to Prestwick

A travel blog entry by jennymurtagh on Aug 03, 2015

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Today we left our very old hotel in Dingwall not far from Inverness. We drove to Culloden to the battle site explored the area of the battle. We travelled onto to Loch Ness trying to find the monster, Nessie. She wasn't to be found. We travelled onto Loch Lomond and then to our accom for the night in Prestwick. What a wonderful scenic drive. We have seen so many castles on our trip. One we particularly ...

West Coast of Scotland

A travel blog entry by lynda56 on Aug 02, 2015

3 comments, 2 photos

... we made our way to Turnberry to get our bearings and to see some of the practise rounds. As it turned out Wednesday was to be the best day of the entire tournament weather wise as we had everything thrown at us over the 4 days of golf. When the wind blew how it blew and when it rained it was pretty heavy. Fortunatelyy the latter part of the afternoon of the last day although overcast was wind free and made for great viewing as the players completed the tournament. As expected ...


A travel blog entry by jennydawson on Sep 11, 2013

... set up which you could go into. Then you could walk around a real boat as well set up like it was back then and that was fun out on the river. Hightailed it back to the car - luckily the rain had stopped by this stage so we didn't get wet. By now it was about 3.30pm and we headed home so I could have a rest before dinner. We missed the traffic which was good as we didn't want a repeat of ...


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

The drive to a Ayr was more than expected.

Ayr is the largest
of the Clyde Coast holiday towns, Ayr lies in the very centre of the
Firth of Clyde playground, 32 miles South-West of Glasgow, it looks out
on the
glorious panorama of the Firth, with the majestic peaks of Arran in the
foreground and ...

More of day 6 - Celtic Park

A travel blog entry by fleaber on Jun 09, 2013

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... his eyes closed. Matt's favorite ever football (soccer) team is Celtic. (Not "the Celtics" as I keep saying - Matt assures me the "s" on the end is very, very incorrect..) Glasgow is their home town. We caught a little black cab out to Celtic Park - Home of the Celtic football team. We did a tour of the grounds and rooms. It didn't interest me too much, but I could tell this was just a slice of heaven for Matty. I think I might have seen a little tear in his eye in ...