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Ayr HotelsA family run guest house with private parking close to Ayr centre and trains.
Prestwick Airport 5 miles. Convenient for golf and Ayr Racecourse.

All rooms are ensuite with tea and coffee making facilities and colour TV.

A warm welcome awaits you at Leslie Anne where we will offer you a traditional Scottish breakfast in our bright and spacious dining room.
Fax and internet services are available.

Chris and Jennifer extend a warm welcome to their comfortable Victorian guest house.
Situated close to Ayr town centre and railway station with links to Prestwick Airport (5 miles) and Glasgow Airport (30 miles).

All bedrooms are en-suite. Ground floor rooms are also available.
Full cooked Scottish breakfast or continental breakfast.

Leslie Anne Guest House Accommodation

Our bedrooms are comfortably furnished. All are en-suite with showers, plenty of hot water and fresh towels supplied daily

- Ground floor rooms available.
- All rooms have colour TV, hair dryer, radio alarm clock and hospitality tray with tea, coffee and biscuits.
- Cot and high chair are available.
- Dogs welcome.
- Breakfast is served in our spacious ground floor dining room from 8am till 9am or earlier by arrangement.
- Picnic breakfasts for those with very early flights.
- Enjoy a traditional cooked Scottish breakfast or continental breakfast. Special dietary requirements can be catered for.

Leslie Anne Guest House is close to all local amenities and a variety of eating places in Ayr.

Facilities include private parking and Internet facilities

Ideally positioned for guests to enjoy Ayr’s shopping centre and wide variety of bars and restaurants.
An excellent base to explore Ayrshire, South West Scotland and the Clyde Coast.
Glasgow city centre is only an hour away by train.
Ayrshire’s famous golf courses are all near by.

Places of interest:
Culzean Castle:
National Trust for Scotland's 'Flagship' Culzean Castle and country park is only 30 minutes by car or 40 minutes by bus. Designed by Robert Adam the castle sits on a cliff top overlooking the sea and is surrounded by formal gardens and extensive woodland. The visitors centre has shops and a restaurant

Burns experience:
We are in the heart of Burns country close to Burns Cottage and Heritage Centre. Other Burns sites are Souter Johnnies Cottage at Kirkoswald and the Bachelor’s Club in Tarbolton

Horse racing:

Ayr Race Course is Scotland’s premier race course with a full year round programme and hosts The Scottish Grand National and Ayr Gold Cup meetings

There are many fine golf courses in Ayrshire and we can organise golf packages on the excellent local municipal courses and games on courses such as Turnberry, Royal Troon and Prestwick.

Day trips:
We are ideally situated for visits to the Island of Arran, Largs, Glasgow, Stirling and Edinburgh.

Locally we are in walking distance of the sea front, Ayr’s river walk, The Gaiety theatre and ten pin bowling.

Walking in Ayr and Ayrshire:
Ayr is ideal base for walking, either in the old town, on the coastal routes or in the rolling Ayrshire countryside.Ayr is an old county town with interesting buildings and historical walks through the high Street (pictured) and Sandgate to the harbour side and the sea front.

The paths along the river at Auchencruive are part of the River Ayr Way which starts at Glenbuck east of Muirkirk, follows the River Ayr downstream through before reaching the Firth of Clyde at Ayr harbour.
The Ayrshire Coastal Path from Glenapp to Skelmorlie runs 100 miles along one of the finest panoramic coastlines in the UK.

Galloway Forrest Park is Britain's largest forest park at three hundred square miles of mountains moorland forest and lochs of South Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway waiting to be explored

Golfing in Ayrshire:
Ayrshire has a large number of golf courses both links and parkland most of which are available all year round. We can organise golf for you and arrange transport.
South Ayrshire has 8 beautifully maintained municipal courses. There are 3 championship courses nearby. Prestwick Prestwick Golf Club held the first Open in 1860.
It was last held there in 1925 Turnberry and Royal Troon are Open Championship courses and hold the Open Golf Championship on a regular basis.
There is a further selection of private clubs which welcome visitors including St Nicholas at Prestwick, Kilmarnock Barrassie and Br unston Castle.

From Prestwick Airport

Prestwick Airport is 10 minutes by road. From the airport, turn left at the airport exit follow the signs for Ayr (A79) through Prestwick. Straight through 2 roundabouts, at the 3rd roundabout at Ayr College take the 3rd exit then over the River Ayr. At the next double roundabout (by Ayr Station) take the 2nd t exit at the 1st part then 1st exit at the second part into Castlehill Road. Leslie Anne Guest House is just past the pedestrian crossing opposite Morrison’s Super Market.

From Glasgow:
Follow the A77 South. Take the second turn off for Ayr onto the A70 into Holmston Road. At the double roundabout ( Opposite the Station Hotel) take the 1st exit at both parts of the roundabout into Castlehill Road. Leslie Anne Guest House is just past the pedestrian crossing opposite Morrison’s Super Market.

From Stranraer:
Follow the A77 north. At the 1st roundabout take the 1st exit sign posted Ayr (A713) into Castlehill Road . Go through the 1st roundabout . At the second roundabout (Morrison’s supermarket) take the second exit. Leslie Anne Guest House is 100 metres on the right hand side

From England:
From the M6 continue onto the M74. Exit at junction 12 and take the A70 for Ayr (approx 40 miles). At the A77 roundabout on the edge of Ayr take the 2nd exit into Holmston Road. At the double roundabout (Opposite the Station Hotel) take the 1st exit at both parts of the roundabout into Castlehill Road. Leslie Anne Guest House is just past the pedestrian crossing opposite Morrison’s Super Market.

There is a good train service from Glasgow and Prestwick Airport to Ayr The train service south of Ayr links directly to the ferry at Stranrear.
We are 3 minutes walk from the station. Turn left at the station gates and follow the pavement to the pedestrian crossing . Cross the road Turn left again and follow the pavement over the bridge and round the corner to the next pedestrian crossing. Cross the road turn right and we are 20 metres on the left hand side.

We are 10 minutes walk from the bus station with express services to Glasgow and extensive services to other parts of Ayrshire and the Clyde coast.

Email Leslie Anne Guest House enquiries & reservations: bookscotland@madbookings.com