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Welcome to Kilmore Lodges

Address: Kilmore Farm, By Dalrymple, Maybole, KA6 7HU

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In a beautiful, peaceful setting, on the banks of the River Doon, famous for its salmon fishing, these charming lodges offer bed-and-breakfast or full self-catering accommodation. Four miles (6.5 km) from the market town of Ayr, Kilmore Lodges consists of two cottages and an authentic log cabin all surrounding the same courtyard. All of the accommodation has en suite bathroom facilities and facilities for self-catering. Ayrshire is the home of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns and the area inspired many of his poems, including “Ye Banks and Braes o' Bonnie Doon.” Burns’ thatched cottage and heritage park are close by in Alloway Village. Keen walkers and cyclists can explore the beautiful countryside of Ayrshire.

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  • Pet Friendly
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  • Free Parking
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  • Wifi Available
  • Horse Riding

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University of the West of Scotland - Ayr Campus - University

University of the West of Scotland - Ayr Campus - University

Distance 5.27 miles (8.44 km)
On 1st August 2007, the University of Paisley and Bell College merged to create Scotland?s biggest modern university with campuses in Ayr, Dumfries, Hamilton and Paisley. With more than 18,000 students and 2,000 staff members, the University offers an extensive range of programs from degree and certificate level to MSc. The University has seven academic schools, each providing a range of subject-specific programs. The Schools include including business; computing; education; engineering and science; health, nursing and midwifery; media, language and music; and social sciences.

Ayr Centre - Town Centre

Ayr Centre - Town Centre

Distance 5.6 miles (8.95 km)
Ayrshire with unforgettable scenery, castles and historic sites galore is a peoples place, with a strong community sense, an independence of mind, warmth and a humour not only evident today but also through the areas colourful history. Its no accident that its heroes consists of William Wallace, the worlds first freedom fighter, the remarkable King Robert the Bruce and the peoples poet Robert Burns. The area has also spawned inventors, industrialists and architects whose legacy can still be seen today. This makes it a must for visitors today and in the past. Mary Queen of Scotts was an early tourist and was fortunate with good weather in 1563, and was said to have enjoyed her visit.