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The Towns of East Ayrshire

The Towns of East Ayrshire

While the East Ayrshire region itself is rather small, especially in comparison to other areas of Scotland, there are several towns and villages well worth a visit. From quaint, Victorian era towns to tiny riverside villages, this is a fantastic area for lovers of peace and tranquility. Kilmarnock The mainRead More

The Castles of East Ayrshire

The Castles of East Ayrshire

Over the years East Ayrshire has seen many clans come and go, and with them a great many castles that were once home to their leaders. While the majority of the castles in the area are now nothing more than scant remains, some have been lovingly restored to their formerRead More

Where to Stay in East Ayrshire

Where to Stay in East Ayrshire

For anyone looking to visit East Ayrshire, there are many fantastic places to stay. No matter what your style or personal preferences are- whether it be , there’s something for everyone. Happy Campers If you’re looking to travel on a budget, it’s worth considering that wild camping is legal inRead More

Ayrshire’s Natural Treasures

Ayrshire’s Natural Treasures

While it may not be as rugged and wild as other parts of Scotland, Ayrshire is home to many natural wonders and is a fantastic place to spend some time enjoying the great outdoors! The River Ayr Way Covering 44 miles, this long distance walking path is actually fairly manageableRead More

Where to Eat and Drink in Ayrshire

Where to Eat and Drink in Ayrshire

Dining and drinking out are high up on the agenda for most holiday makers. For your trip to East Ayrshire you’ll be pleased to find a wealth of nearby restaurants, pubs and cafes to choose from. From ancient country pubs steeped in history, to modern seafood restaurants, whatever your style,Read More

Three Alternative Activities to Enjoy In Ayrshire

Three Alternative Activities to Enjoy In Ayrshire

On your trip to East Ayrshire why not consider straying from the beaten path and partaking in some less than typical activities. There’s a lot to enjoy in Ayrshire, but there are also many things you may have never thought about doing. Archery Ever fancied yourself as the next RobinRead More

Things to See and Do in East Ayrshire

Things to See and Do in East Ayrshire

There are many things to keep you entertained during your trip to East Ayrshire and with such a varied selection of activities and things to see, there’s something for everyone. Discover Bobby Burn in Mauchline Known locally as Burns country, it comes as no surprise that the famous poet grewRead More

Having a flutter in Scotland

Having a flutter in Scotland

Any trip away is a great excuse to try some of the things you’ve never done before. Scotland is home to several casinos and racecourses, allowing you to give it a go yourself! Casinos There are 11 casinos in Scotland, located in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee. Most consider GlasgowRead More