Serviced Apartments in Ayr


Serviced Apartments in Ayr

Ayr is the county town of the beautiful area of Aryshire in Scotland, joined in part by the smaller town of Prestwick in the north. This town is one of the largest retail hubs in south Scotland and the abundance of shops, breathtaking countryside, and host too many annual events make it a destination for many tourists each year.

Why should you visit Ayr 

Ayr is not only a popular seaside resort, but less than a 50 minute drive to the city of Glasgow and the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park. The town is home to long sandy beaches, esplanades and paths that traverse the Scottish countryside that surround it. While the north side of Ayr operates a commercial port exporting coal, the city centre is brimming with shops, restaurants, and a cinema complex. The south of Ayr is home to Burns Cottage, where the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns was born. Ayr has also played host to the Scottish Grand National on an annual basis since 1966 and the Scottish International Airshow since 2014. With the rise of its reputation as well as being voted the second healthiest town centre Ayr is becoming increasingly popular as a holiday resort and sought after destination.

New to Serviced Apartments?

Our serviced apartments in Ayr are located close to amenities, shops, and restaurants. Offering accommodation with more space, flexibility, and privacy, this type of accommodation in Ayr helps you to take full advantage of this town.

Make home-made Scottish cuisine in the space of your own kitchen, without the added expenditure of eating out each night. Curl up in the living area for nights in and don’t worry about waking the kids up. Ayr serviced apartments are the ideal accommodation option for you.

Things to do in Ayr 

Ayr is a hub of history, from the remains of a 16th century church to the 18th century childhood home of Robert Burns which is now a museum dedicated to his life works. This town offers more to it than meets the eye. Guests can walk barefoot along the sandy beaches that offer stunning views, fresh air, and the beat of the waves.

Visitors to the area can discover the many castles that date back to the 1500’s . Greenan Castle, Culzean Castle, and Dunure Castle are all within driving distance of Ayr and are worth exploring for their history and incredible views. Prestwick golf club is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the sport and is less than a 10 minute drive from the centre of Ayr.

Best time of the year to visit Ayr 

The Scottish weather can often be unpredictable, but no matter the weather there is always something to enjoy in this part of the world. If it rains then the many museums, halls, and galleries will keep you dry, if the sun shines then the beautiful beaches are a great host to sunbathers and different water sports. During the months of April through to August the average temperature reaches a comfortable 18 Celsius and it is during this time that Ayr becomes popular with tourists and the countryside becomes lively with cyclists, walkers, and horseback riding. 

For the months where it is less crowded and the climate is still pleasant, then the period between March and May is the perfect time to visit Ayr. The weather will have less rainfall than the Winter months, and the cool temperatures, although lower than the summer, will be perfect for walks and days on the beach.

Places to eat in Ayr 

From late night food, to gourmet restaurants and grills, Ayr is not short of places to eat whilst staying in the area. Family run pubs give guests the opportunity to sample Scottish breakfasts and haggis, whereas Italian restaurants and cocktail bars provide vibrant and lively atmospheres with modern décor and contemporary dishes. Ayr is also home to all-you-can-eat buffets perfect for taking the family.

If, instead, you fancy a night in, then head to one of the supermarkets in the local area and benefit from the kitchen in your serviced apartment. Make yourself a cup of coffee, tea, or glass of wine and spend a night just watching your favourite films and TV shows.