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South Ayrshire is a region located on the South Western coast of Scotland. Defined by strong contrasts, this part of Scotland will offer you emerald green hills, an impressive coastline, peaceful sandy beaches and islands perfect for an adventure. South Ayrshire is a feast for your tasting buds, with all its amazing food and fine malt whiskies you will find at the local markets and lovely fishing villages. It is an easily accessible paradise, where you will discover the culture, heritage and history, be a part of many fun outdoor activities and attend fantastic events and festivals.
The unspoilt environment of the island, the great mild climate produced over time quality food: seafood, lamb, beef, dairies, vegetables and fruit, they are all among the best in the world. Scotland will tempt your taste buds with some very special dishes, you just have to pack your bags and come. Get ready to be amazed by all the stuff you will get for breakfast: a selection of juices, yoghurt, fruit, cereal, hot porridge, delicious toast, a full Scottish breakfast, tea or coffee. Sounds great, right? Let us clear up for you what a Scottish breakfast is: bacon, eggs, sausages, potato scone, mushrooms, tomatoes, baked beans and black pudding. It is a full meal; that will keep your tummy satisfied so that you can enjoy a long days of sightseeing. The meat delicacies also include Haggis, Stovies and Lorne sausages. The desserts menu is a delight, with its Cranachan, Atholl Brose, Tablet, Shortbread and Clottie dumplings.
Eating out is a total delight and complete food experience for foodies everywhere, but mostly for seafood lovers. Book a table at some of these next places and live a truly Scottish experience: The Newton Arms, The Coylton Arms, The Black Bull, Minishant Inn Restaurant, Wildings Hotel and Restaurant. Don’t miss Carrick Lodge Restaurant, Saffy’s Cafe Bar & Brasserie, The Harbour Bar, MacCallum’s Oyster Bar. Scotland has accommodation for all tastes and budgets: Woodland Bay Hotel, The Chestnuts Hotel, Savoy Park Hotel, Glenapp Hotel, The Queen’s Hotel, Parkstone, Western House Hotel, Lochgreen House Hotel. You may also want to consider Iverlea Guest House, Rosemount House & Stables Cottage, Beaches Guest House, Daviot House, Lilac Bank, Grange View B&B, Golf View.
Ayr is a popular destination among tourists, a seaside little paradise located in South Ayrshire, only 37 miles away from Glasgow. The amazing sea front, the lovely suburbs and the general vibe of the resort are just a few things that make it a wonderful place to spend a few hours or even a whole vacation. The stunning esplanade offers a splendid view of the sandy beaches, and it is perfect for long romantic walks in the sunset.
The most important attractions you should add to your “to visit” list are the 18th century Culzean Castle and Country Park, the first class experience at Rattray’s Whisky Experience & Shop. Check out the entertaining facility at Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, the genuine beauty at Burns Monument and Gardens, the well-preserved ruins of Dundonald Castle. Discover the peace and serenity of Rozelle Park, the fabulous Troon Beach, the historic library with its amazing architecture and artifacts at Carnegie. Don’t miss the tranquillity of Crossraguel Abbey, the little heaven for kids at Pirate Pete’s or the beautifully restored building of the Bachelor’s Club.
Make plans to discover Scotland, with all of its famous and amazing landscapes, awesome culture and stunning heritage and history. It is a country where you will spend memorable moments, with sights, experiences and sounds that will be unforgettable, especially in 2015, declared the Year of Food & Drink. Come and try the wonderful local produce and the whiskey, of course. You will find great accommodation and travel advice so that you have an inspiring holiday.
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