Dunn Thing Guesthouse is a beautiful Victorian Town House situated
in a quiet tree lined street only five minutes walk from Ayr's bustling
town centre and tranquil shore front.
The historic town of Ayr is itself excellently positioned on the South
West Coast of Scotland and with Open Championship golf courses such as
Royal Troon, Turnberry and Old Prestwick within easy driving distance
Ayr makes the perfect location to base a golfing holiday
We offer a free collection service from Glasgow-Prestwick Airport as
well as Ayr bus and train station.
Glasgow Airport is also only thirty miles away and has an excellent rail
link to Ayr.
Light supper can be arranged for late flights coming in by prior arrangement.
Golf tee off times can also be arranged through South Ayrshire Council.
The Dunn Thing Accommodation
All our bedrooms have been recently redecorated and are comprehensively
furnished including; en-suite, radio alarm clock, hairdryer, television
and tea & coffee making facilities.
There is a cot available on request. We have one ground floor bedroom.
Also recently redecorated the TV Lounge is available for residents to
use complete with TV, video recorder, games and books to relax with.
Baby sitting can be arranged subject to availability.
Our specialty is the traditional Full Scottish Breakfast. We also offer
a choice of fruit Yogurts and fruit juices, porridge or grapefruit segments
and vegetarian and continental breakfasts. We will also cater for any
special dietery breakfasts required.
Tea and Coffee can be requested between 9:30pm and 10:00pm in the dining
Ayrshire is the birthplace of Open Golf, with Open Championship courses
at Troon and Turnberry, and the site of the very first British Open at
Like a storybook castle, this fantastic example of Robert Adam's genius
stands dramatically on a cliff with superb views across the sea to the
mountains of the Island of Arran.
Between 1777 and 1792 Adam converted an old fortified towercastle for
David Kennedy, the 10th Earl of Cassillis , creating at Culzean (pronounced
"Cullane") probably the finest Georgian castle in Scotland.
Its Circular Saloon and Oval Staircase are acknowledged as Adam's final
Dunaskin Open Air Museum:
Set in a 110 acre site amidst the picturesque scenery of the Doon Valley.
The site was originally an ironworks, built around 1850, and today it
tells the story of the ironworks, coal mining and brickworks at Dunaskin
through the eyes of the people who lived and worked there.
Travel back in time to Robert Burns Cottage and visit the Burns family.
See the world's most important Robert Burns collection in the Museum.
Walk in the footsteps of Tam O'Shanter in "Alloway's auld haunted
kirk" and across auld Brig O'Doon, where Tam's mare, Meg had her
narrow escape from the witches. View Robert Burns' beloved Ayrshire countryside
from the roof of Burns Monument and experience the humour and excitement
of Robert Burns best-loved tale in the Tam O'Shanter Experience.
Set among the delightful scenery of historic Alloway, Burns National Heritage
Park is an unmatched opportunity to experience Scotland's National Poet.
Robert Burns' birthplace is brought to life through a mixture of modern
technology and unique authentic locations and artefacts. All within 5
miles of The Dunn Thing!
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