Maybole hotels

Maybole hotels

MayboleThe Maybole hotels listed below are either in the town or we have given a rough guide as to how far they are from Maybole. We hope you enjoy your stay and find your ideal accommodation from our list of hotels in Maybole and the surrounding area.

Maybole has a recorded history going back to the 1100s. It lies on the A77 between Ayr and Stranraer. Maybole has many fine buildings on view, Maybole High Street has the imposing Town Hall built in 1887, and Maybole Castle dominating a street corner in the town. Maybole Castle is Maybole's oldest inhabited house, built around 1560. Also see Maybole. If you are in the right town but cannot find the accommodation you want on this page, you might consider self catering accommodation in Maybole

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Turnberry A Luxury Collection Resort, Maidens Road, Turnberry, KA26 9LT
Book Online Superbly situated on the Ayrshire Coast, Turnberry Resort offers a luxurious spa, restaurants and golf courses, with striking views across the beach, Mull of Kintyre and the Isle of Arran.more details Turnberry A Luxury Collection Resort Online-hotel-accommodation-booking
(approx 6 miles from Maybole)

Malin Court
Turnberry
Ayrshire KA26 9PB
(approx 6 miles from Maybole)

Hotel near Maybole. Malin Court offers a perfect blend of informality, congeniality and the warmest of Scottish welcomes - all 18 bedrooms are en suite and provide every modern facility.
Contact: Reception
Tel: +44(0)1655 331457
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Visitor attractions and information - Maybole

visitor attractions

Attractions Souter Johnnie's Cottage, Main Road, Kirkoswald, South Ayrshire, KA19 8HY. Tel: 01655 760603. This cottage was the home of souter (shoemaker) John Davidson and his family. Souter Johnnie was immortalised by Burns in the poem Tam O’ Shanter. The thatched cottage, built in 1785, is furnished in period style and contains Burns memorabilia. It also contains a workshop displaying the tools of a village souter. About 4 miles southwest of Maybole.

Souter Johnnie's Cottage

AttractionsAyr Racecourse (Tel: 01292264179) is situated in the beautiful countryside of Ayrshire and is home to the Scottish Grand National, the Ayr Gold Cup and a host of other valuable races. Hosting both flat and national hunt fixtures, Ayr Racecourse will provide all the thrills and excitement of a day out at the races for you and your family. ayr-racecourse.co.uk. About 10 miles north of Maybole.

Ayr Racecourse

Attractions Burns National Heritage Park, Murdoch's Lane, Alloway, Ayr KA7 4PQ. Tel: 01292 443 700. The monument opened to the public in 1823 and has since become a place of pilgrimage for admirers of Scotland’s National Poet and a focus for events celebrating his life and work. burnsheritagepark.com. About 7 miles north of Maybole.

Burns National Heritage Park

Attractions Heads of Ayr Farm Park, Alloway by Ayr KA7 4LD. Tel: 01292 441210. Goats, Deer, Ponies, Reptiles, Emu, Lemur, Prairie Dogs, Buffalo - and lots more!www.headsofayrfarmpark.co.uk. About 7 miles north of Maybole.

Heads of Ayr Farm Park

Attractions Croy Brae (Electric Brae). Travel south down the A719 between Dunure and Croy Bay and experience the world famous Electric Brae (or Croy Brae). Care must be taken, but you can stop your car on the hill, leave the brakes off, and very slowly your car will roll up the hill! Whilst there is a slope of 1 in 86 upwards from the bend at the Glen, the configuration of the land on either side of the road provides an optical illusion making it look as if the slope is going the other way. Therefore, a stationary car on the road with the brakes off will appear to move slowly uphill. The term 'Electric Brae' dates from a time when it was incorrectly thought to be a phenomenon caused by electric or magnetic attraction within the Brae. About 4 miles west of Maybole.

Attractions Culzean Castle, Maybole, Ayrshire KA19 8LE. Tel: 01655 884 455. Pronounced "cullane", Culzean was the former home of the Marquess of Ailsa but is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland. It lies with the Culzean Castle Country Park and is open to the public. The castle is famous for appearing on the back of five pound notes issued by the Royal Bank of Scotland, and is notable for the Oval Staircase and Circular saloon. There is a Deer Park, Gas Court, Fountain Court and Swan Pond, mature parklands and gardens. About 5 miles west of Maybole.

Culzean Castle

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