A Scottish Welcome awaits you at the Queens Guest House

Come and join Jackson and Eileen at their family-run guest house in Queens Terrace, Ayr providing very comfortable accommodation for your stay in Ayrshire.

 

The Queens Guest House is perfectly positioned for touring the West of Scotland and it is within easy reach of over 40 excellent golf courses including the Championship courses of Turnberry, Royal Troon, and Old Prestwick.

 

We especially welcome bowlers who wish to watch or participate in the many Championship bowling tournaments that take place at Scotland''s national centre Ayr Northfield.  Ayr Northfield is only a 5 minutes drive from the Queens Guest House.

  • Dining Room

    Breakfast is in our bright and comfortable dining room and has a varied menu covering all tastes including our traditional Scottish breakfast such as egg, bacon, sausage, tomatoes, tattie scone, black pudding and mushrooms. Vegetarian, gluten free and continental options are available on request. We use local produce from Ayrshire butchers and the Ayrshire Farmer's Market.

  • Double Room

    Double Room

  • Family/Triple ensuite room

    Front facing large room with seating area at bay window. Tea/coffee making facilites and Freeview TV

  • Family ensuite room

    Rear facing large bedroom overlooking courtyard garden. Tea/coffee making facilites and Freeview TV

  • Family ensuite room

    Rear facing large bedroom overlooking courtyard garden. Tea/coffee making facilites and Freeview TV

  • Hallway

    Welcoming hallway with Royal Stuart tartan carpet. Reception includes variety of information leaflets for tourist attractions in the area

  • Family ensuite room

    Rear facing large bedroom overlooking courtyard garden. Tea/coffee making facilites and Freeview TV

  • Twin room

    Ground floor comfortable twin en suite room with additional hallway including wardrobe overlooking courtyard garden. Tea/coffee making facilites and Freeview TV

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Around Ayrshire

Ayrshire is well placed to offer our guests

a wonderful selection of things to do.

 

There are many visitor attractions, castles and historic trails abound with many famous sites of interest to explore plus plenty of family attractions and outdoor sports facilities.

  • Burns Cottage
    Burns Cottage
  • Burns Cottage
    Burns Cottage
    Interested in our national bard, Robert Burns? Then a visit to the newly opened NTS Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is the place for all things Burns. Not to be missed. "Auld Ayr, wham ne'er a town surpasses For honest men and bonie lasses" Robert Burns
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  • Culzean Castle
    Culzean Castle
  • Culzean Castle
    Culzean Castle
    Culzean Country Park is only a 20 minute drive along the beautiful Ayrshire coast. It is owned by the National Trust for Scotland and is a great day out for all the family. Parts of Culzean Castle are open to the public from 1st April to 31st October and the grounds are extensive. Walks round the walled garden and Swan Pond are not to be missed. Views across the Firth of Clyde towards Arran as the waves crash on the rocks below are stunning.
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  • Golf
    Golf
  • Golf
    Golf
    With Ayr being situated centrally for easy access to over 40 golf courses including the championship courses of Royal Troon and Turnberry, we welcome golfers at all times of the year.
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  • Brodick Castle
    Brodick Castle
  • Brodick Castle
    Brodick Castle
    Packed with 800 years of history, Brodick Castle and Country Park is a must visit. Boasting stunning backdrops and grounds with the castle itself packed with hidden treasures.
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  • Ayr Racecourse
    Ayr Racecourse
  • Ayr Racecourse
    Ayr Racecourse
    Ayr Racecourse is a grade 1 racetrack with 35 meetings planned for 2017 including the annual Scottish Grand National. Offering race day packages and even Christmas part nights.
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  • Dumfries House
    Dumfries House
  • Dumfries House
    Dumfries House
    An 18th century house set in 2000 acres with free entry and parking.
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© 2002 Queens Guest House

Queens Guest House

10 Queens Terrace

Ayr

Ayrshire

KA7 1DU

Tel: 01292 265618

Mobile: 0793 249 9928