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Ayr HotelsAyr Gatehouse Bed & Breakfast (formerly Stronvar Guesthouse) is a spacious contemporary accommodation with private parking recently refurbished to a very high standard.

Gatehouse Bed and Breakfast has 6 foot beds in most rooms, double shower cubicles with powerful showers. WI-FI & LCD TV's.

There is a ramp leading into the house, which makes easy access for those in wheelchairs or for those requiring support.

Ayrgatehouse Accommodation

The house is fully double glazed with self-adjusting radiators in every room.

Ayr Gatehouse sits on the main road heading from Prestwick into the town centre of Ayr.

There is easy access into the Bed & Breakfast from the side of the house (Falkland Road) and ample parking space in the grounds

The Rooms:
Ayr Gatehouse has 9 en-suite rooms, 3 x single, 2 x double and 4x triple.
All tastefully decorated in a modern style.
Each room is equipped with a hairdryer, LCD digital freeview TV, hospitality tray that includes tea, coffee and biscuits, radio/alarm clock and self controlled central heating. All the en-suite shower rooms have a light and razor point at the sink.
A travel cot is available on request.

We can also cater for large groups. Ample wardrobe and drawer space. WiFi available in all rooms

· This room accommodates up to 3 people.
· 1 super king size bed and 1 single bed (the super king size bed can be made into 2 single beds)
· This ground level room has an en-suite shower, hand basin and toilet suitable for people with both assisted and unassisted disabilities.
· The wardrobe, shelves, toilet mirror and sink are at a level for both wheelchair bound persons and fully ambulant persons.
The shower is at ground level (with no need to step up into it) for easy access.
· The en-suite toilet is large enough to accommodate a wheelchair or person with walking aids.

· This room is at the side of the house and accommodates 3 people.· 1 Super King Size bed and 1 single bed (the Super King size bed can split into 2 single beds)· This ground level room has an en-suite shower, hand basin and toilet.

· This room is on the first floor at the back of the house and is a single room accommodating 1 person.· 1 single bed

· This room accommodates 2 people in a Super King size bed, which can also be split into make a twin room.· This room is at the back of the house from where The Isle of Arran can be viewed on a clear day

· This room accommodates up to 4 people.· 1 Super King size bed (which can be split into 2 single beds, 1 single bed with room for a stowaway bed to be made up to accommodate 4 people.· This room has an en-suite bath/ shower, sink and toilet.

ROOM 6 & 8:
· These 2 rooms are single rooms accommodating a single person each. Ideal for workmen, businesspersons or person on the own.
· 1 single bed in each with en-suite shower, sink and toilet.

· This room accommodated 2 people in a Super King size bed or the bed can be split into 2 single beds making a twin room.

· This is a large room at the side of the house and accommodates up to 4 people.
· 1 Super King Size room and 1 single bed. There is room to put up a stowaway bed to accommodate 4 people.

Local Attractions:
Ayrshire is the home of a wide range of attractions, activities and events. It is the home of over 30 golf courses including the famous Turnberry, Royal Troon and Old Prestwick. Ayr is also the home of Scottish Bowling Association clubs. Ayr stages the Scottish National Championship Bowling event.

Golf South Ayrhshire:
South Ayrshire is often referred to as Scotland's golf coast. This stunning coastline boasts the inaugural home of The Open Championship, two out of five current Scottish Open venues and a range of public courses each boasting their own unique character.

Ayr Racecourse:
Ayr Racecourse is Scotland's Premier Racecourse, home to the Coral Scottish Grand National in April, and the William Hill (Ayr) Gold Cup Festival in September. As a dual purpose track, holding both National Hunt and Flat fixtures.

Burns National Heritage Park:
Work has begun on site in Alloway, but visitors to the Burns National Heritage Park can still visit the Cottage, Tam O' Shanter Experience, Auld Kirk, Brigg o' Doon, Burns Monument and beautiful memorial gardens. The new museum will be open by Summer 2010. The world's most significant Burns collection will also continue to be displayed in the current museum and the historic Burns Monument and beautiful commemorative gardens are a fitting tribute to the life of Scotland 's National Bard.

Heads of Ayr Farm Park:
At Heads of Ayr Farm Park - whatever the weather - you'll find plenty to see and do, with activities for all ages. We've almost 50 different types of animal, each with its own particular charm. Meet them, touch them, feed them! And You could play all day at our farm park. It's packed with fantastic activities like indoor and outdoor play areas, an aerial runway, thrilling ringo sledging, tunnel land and the combine castle.

Kidz Play:
Kid'z Play is a purpose built jungle theme indoor play centre for children. Let your child's imagination run riot on the snake slides, tube slides, activity towers, ball pool and soft play area for toddlers. Equipment that lets your child play in safety while you watch from the comfort of our cafe.

Culzean Castle:
Culzean is one of Scotland's best loved Castles, offering something for everyone to enjoy. Situated on the South Ayrshire coast, just off the A719, Culzean Castle is located 12 miles south of Ayr and 4 miles west of Maybole.

Loudoun Castle Theme Park:
Loudoun Castle Theme park is one of Scotlands best days out, set in the picturesque area of Loudoun which is steeped in scottish history.

Loudoun boasts a large range of rides suitable for all the family and the fun doesn't stop there. Loudoun hosts a number of shows throughout the day including a water stunt show as well as a farm area where you can learn about the animals

Eating Out:
Ayr has a good variety of cosmopolitan eateries within a 2-mile distance.
These consist of both eating in and carry out places.

For Children:
There are many activities for children in Ayr.

Ayr Gatehouse lies between Ayr and Prestwick beaches where you can a stroll along the promenade enjoying an ice cream or play on the sand and in the water.

The esplanade located south of Ayr harbour has a well equipped and recently refurbished children's play area. There is a range of free activities for visitors to enjoy.
This is located right next to Ayr beach which is predominately sand.
From picnics and sand castles to paddling, collecting shells and playing games, you can always find something to do.

Adjacent to play area and beach is the newly refurbished Pavilion which houses the Pirate Pete's indoor soft play. There is also a putting green and inflatable castles available in the summer months.

Pirate Pete’s - a soft play area down near Ayr beach where parents can enjoy tea coffee and a snack while the kid’s play.
Animal farm - Heads of Ayr - where there are over 50 different kinds of animals to see, trampolines, quad bikes and much more fun and games to play.
Loudoun castle Theme Park just 20 minutes drive from Ayr where all the family can enjoy a day full of fun and rides.

We are situated on the main road between Prestwick and Ayr Town centres. There is easy access into the property from Falkland Road and ample parking space in the grounds.
Ayr Gatehouse is situated on the A79 north side of Ayr within walking distance of theTown Centre and 3 miles from Prestwick Town Centre.
Ayr Gatehouse is in the heart of Burns Country and surrounded by Ayrshire’s numerous golf courses and well-known Ayr racecourse. Ayr Gatehouse is a minute’s walk from the Northfield Bowling Complex.
Glasgow Prestwick Airport - 3 miles
Glasgow Airport- approx 35 miles

By Train: Newton-on-Ayr station - (takes you directly to Prestwick Airport) short walk, 0.1 miles approx.
· Ayr Station - approx 2 miles
· Prestwick Station - 2 miles
· Troon ferry - approx 6 miles

By Road: from Glasgow - Follow signs for Kilmarnock M77, then Ayr M77/A77 until the Whitletts roundabout. Follow signs to Prestwick (B743) until you reach the end of the road. Turn left onto Prestwick Road which leads directly to Ayr Gatehouse.

By Road: from South - Follow signs for Ayr M77/A77 until the Whitletts roundabout. Follow signs to Prestwick (B743) until you reach the end of the road. Turn left onto Prestwick Road which leads directly to Ayr Gatehouse Guest House.

Email Ayrgatehouse enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com