Stair Inn

Address: Stair, South Ayrshire, Ayrshire, Scotland, KA5 5HW, United Kingdom | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located in Stair, is near Ayr Seafront Playpark, Bachelors' Club, Ayr Equestrian Centre, and Souter Johnnie's Cottage.
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      Travel Blogs from Stair

      The best laid plans of mice...

      A travel blog entry by ackland1975 on Nov 03, 2014

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      ... which I obliged). Was slightly freaked out by the number of school groups that came through (thought I'd left all that behind). It was term break last week so saw lots of kids, just not in 'packs' like this. Great place to visit. - Right behind the museum was the Glenlee Tall Ship. Built in 1896 it had a mixed history as a cargo transport, training ship for Spanish sailors and finally rebought by Glasgow as an attraction. Had engines put in somewhere along ...

      Glasgow Scotland

      A travel blog entry by diarter on Aug 27, 2014

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      Today, is moving day from Radisson Blu Hotel to Best Western City Centre which is a lovely little hotel. not five star but certainly a single room consists of double bed, TV, tea making facilities, interesting books on Scotland, a digital clock radio and windows that let in fresh air. This morning left my luggage with Concierge at Radisson and caught train to Queens Park where I stayed ten years ago. Very old ...

      Day 5 He's on the loose

      A travel blog entry by wombat.one on Jun 17, 2014

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      ... Presley. The weather was hot (25 degrees) and it was time to go back to the hotel. The cab service is extremely efficient in Glasgow and there never seems to be a wait of more than 2 or 3 minutes. We then enjoyed a beautiful meal at the Radisson Blu and turned in early ready to hit the road the following day. Surprisingly it is light until about 11.00pm and sunrise just after 4.00am at this time of the year in ...

      Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by rozzij on Sep 02, 2013

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      We pass the road to Stirling and are told that St Mungo is the patron saint of Glasgow. Glasgow was known for its textiles, ship building and railway carriage building. It was bombed in WWII. We drive by Dunbarton Distillery. It is hard to believe that Glasgow no longer builds ships. IT is doing well now. On our way into Glasgow we see the turnoff to the right to Paisley where Garry's family came from. We are told that Glasgow is built on 7 hills and our hotel, the Marriott is ...

      Wk 2 Stop 5: Glasgow

      A travel blog entry by olnail on Jan 02, 2013

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      While our stay in Edinburgh may have come to end, we still had a night in Glasgow, Scotland planned. Ali was going to greet us at the train station in the morning when our train got in leaving us a whole day to tour Glasgow. That plan changed when we ran into some "technical" difficulties at the train station. For some unknown reason the machines wouldn't let us print out our tickets so we ...