Travelodge Kilmarnock

Address: Junction A71/A76/A77 Kilmarnock Bypass, Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire, Scotland, KA1 5LQ, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Junction A71/A76/A77 Kilmarnock Bypass, Kilmarnock, is near Dean Castle and Country Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Kilmarnock

    To Bonnie Scotland!

    A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Apr 10, 2015

    After finishing work at lunchtime we threw everything into the car and set off for our due north road trip!

    It began in high spirits until we seemed to encounter traffic after traffic after traffic. Lots of crawling along and our e.t.a kept getting later and later....

    We eventually made it to our stop for the night at Kilmarnoch. We had arranged to stay in a ladies spare room through Air B&B, and she kindly let us in before we crashed out at nearly ...

    A classy lady, a burger and a guy who can sing!

    A travel blog entry by lisaajane on Jun 08, 2014


    ... doing a show, I do another one. It is better when it is summer, but you just do shows until you make enough to live off.”

    I never knew how difficult it was, and I don’t think I would be able to. Because he was so good, it made me really think of the audiences.

    And I saw 2 of his shows, and you can tell if it will bring in the money or not, simply by the reaction of the crowd.

    But he hit the nail on the head of why he does ...

    To Glasgow

    A travel blog entry by caeneden on Sep 29, 2013

    4 comments, 13 photos

    ... Wonderful views both sides of the bus. Dry stone walls... (I kept looking for the one you sat on and broke, Dad. Couldn't quite spot it! ) Sheep everywhere. Old stone houses. Villages in the distance. Magnificent. Can see why James Herriot worked here! Tried to take lots of photos but it just doesn't do it justice, does it? I just gazed and gazed and gazed. Beautiful. Onto an old steam train, the ...

    A Long Day in the Sky

    A travel blog entry by teachervagabond on Jun 18, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... They fed kids under 10 free and had food and drink for sale, very expensive food...and the nicest blankets. You know those thin blankets US airlines give you and don't care if you take with you? These were about three times as thick and really fluffy. If I'd had more room I would have liked to have one. All the announcements were given in Icelandic (is that what the language is called?), then English and the crew spent their ...

    Belting Bawbags

    A travel blog entry by sarahimray on Dec 08, 2011

    1 comment

    Hurricane Baw-bags.  Scottish to English translation: the big storm of men's testicles.  There are quite a few lessons that I learnt from the ferocious storm that lashed Scotland yesterday: (a) believe the newspaper when it proclaims 'deadly arctic storms to wreak havoc' and don't visit the Glasgow Botanic Gardens where trees are bending over like some crazy limbo competition.  (b) umbrellas were not invented to assist in the event of deadly arctic storms.  (c) umbrellas are a ...