Gailes Restaurant and Hotel
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The accommodations were comfortable and the staff was attentive to our needs. We especially liked the closeness to the golf courses - Prestwick and Western Gailes for our stay. Good clean room and very good morning breakfast.
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Western Gailes Golf Club is a historical course on Ayrshire's prodigious stretch of links coastline. Dating back to 1897, the Club has hosted many prestigious tournaments. It is used for final qualifying when The Open is played at Turnberry or Royal Troon. Playing Western Gailes on a very breezy day reveals our golfing talent or lack of …
Our golfing expedition begins at Prestwick Golf Club, the birthplace of The Open Championship. Opening in 1851 with 12 holes, Old Tom Morris was wooed from St. Andrews to be the Club's Keeper of the Green, Ball and Club Maker. Just as short drive southwest of Glasgow, Prestwick is on Ayrshire's famous golfing coast. Although, an …
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An interesting surprise at the museum was the collection of large Roman monumental stones dug up from Scottish fiields. I didn’t realise they had been north of Hadrian’s wall. It was amazing to be able to read the Latin inscriptions and see the names such as Hadrian. I think they must intervene is some way ...