Budget Friendly Accommodation West Coast of Ayrshire
KA8 8LD, Ayr, 15 Prestwick Rd
The Kilkerran is a 10-minute drive from Prestwick Airport. The guest house is close to Newton-on-Ayr railway station and the X77 bus route to Prestwick Airport and Glasgow. Late arrivals and early departures are catered... read more
£ 30.00View Rates
KA8 8LE, Ayr, 37/39 Prestwick Road
Beechwood En-suite Rooms is ideally located between both the towns of Ayr and Prestwick, and is just an 8 minutes’ drive from Prestwick Airport. This accommodation offers modern en suite bedrooms, a coffee lounge/social area... read more
£ 32.40View Rates
KA7 1DW, Ayr, 2-4 Cassillis Street
In the oldest part of town, just 2 minutes' walk from Ayr's sandy beach and the town centre, this charming, family-run hotel offers lovely rooms, tasty Scottish breakfasts and free Wi-Fi and parking. Next to... read more
£ 38.00View Rates
KA7 2RB, Ayr, 34 Carrick Rd
Family run B&B with free parking and WiFi, Chalmers Guest House is a beautiful Victorian property set in Ayr, just 15 minutes from Glasgow Prestwick Airport. Chalmers is 5 minutes from Ayr bus and railway... read more
£ 38.25View Rates
KA72EA, Ayr, 1 Killoch Place
Standing proudly within Ayr town centre, this hotel with free car parking and Wi-Fi is the place to stay whether on business or pleasure. Comfortably furnished and well-appointed, the Ayrshire and Galloway Hotel offers affordable... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
KA7 2RB, Ayr, 42 Carrick Road
A 10-minute walk from Ayr Train Station, this guest house has bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and is well located for the town centre, beach and golf courses. Inverlea Guest House is elegant and modern and... read more
£ 45.00View Rates
KA7 1DU, Ayr, 16 Queens Terrace
Set within a stunning conservation area of Victorian and Georgian townhouses, this family-run guest house is ideally located within 2 minutes’ walk from the beach. There is free Wi-Fi throughout and free parking for motorbikes... read more
£ 52.42View Rates
KA7 1DT, Ayr, Esplanade
Boasting panoramic views over the Clyde to the Isle of Arran, and only 5-minutes’ walk from Ayr town centre, the hotel presents itself as the ideal base from which to explore the beauty of Ayrshire.... read more
£ 54.00View Rates
KA7 2HY, Ayr, 25 Castlehill Road
Turas-Mara is a beautifully maintained, family-run guest house offering good food and free Wi-Fi. Both Ayr town centre and Ayr Rail Station are less than half a mile away. There are 4 golf courses within... read more
£ 55.00View Rates
KA8 0HA, Ayr, 66 Craigie Road
An award-winning hotel located in Ayrshire, 5 minutes' drive from Prestwick International Airport and with easy links by rail and road to Glasgow and Edinburgh city centre. Western House Hotel is set in mature landscaped... read more
£ 55.20View Rates
KA7 1DU, Ayr, Queens Terrace
This Victorian house is 200 metres from Ayr's seafront and 600 metres from the shops of the town centre. It has free Wi-Fi, free on-street parking and en suite rooms with flat-screen TVs. The Daviot... read more
£ 58.50View Rates
KA7 1DU, Ayr, 7 Queen's Terrace
This friendly, beachfront Victorian town house with sea views boasts a fresh, modern decor, free parking and free broadband Wi-Fi internet. Craig Holm Guest House has spectacular sea views of the Clyde coastline, Isle of... read more
£ 60.00View Rates
KA7 1DU, Ayr, 13 Queens Terrace
Beaches is a small family-run guest house featuring a large private garden with gated access to Ayr’s sandy beach. It's set just 5 minutes’ walk from Ayr’s centre with its shopping, dining, and nightlife. With... read more
£ 61.35View Rates
KA8 8LD, Ayr, Prestwick Road
Close to the town centre and Ayr Racecourse, this small, family-run guest house is just metres from Newton-on-Ayr Railway Station and within easy reach of Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The well-appointed and comfortable en suite rooms... read more
£ 63.00View Rates
KA7 2UT, Ayr, 16 Racecourse Road
You are invited to feel welcome and comfortable at this professionally operated hotel, one of Ayr's leading family-run establishments for over 40 years. Located in the heart of Ayr, just a few minutes' walk along... read more
£ 63.75View Rates
KA7 1UG, Ayr, Dalblair Rd
Close to Ayr seafront and a few metres from the town centre, Mercure Ayr is a comfy hotel with swimming pool, bath spa, and gym. Free WiFi is available throughout. Other health facilities include a... read more
£ 65.40View Rates
KA7 2RA, Ayr, 3 Carrick Road
This stylish Victorian house is just 5 minutes' walk from Ayr town centre and rail station. This bed and breakfast also offers free private parking and free Wi-Fi access. Beautifully decorated rooms each have a... read more
£ 66.00View Rates
KA7 3BB, Ayr, 10 Holmston Road
Impressive Victorian villa, recently upgraded to provide large en-suite rooms with king-size beds. The guest house is close to the railway station, handy for the town center and Prestwick Airport. Breakfast is a specialty with... read more
£ 68.75View Rates
KA7 2AR, Ayr, Fairfield Road
A warm welcome awaits you at this privately owned 4-star hotel, a fully restored and refurbished Victorian mansion house situated on Ayr's seafront, recapturing the essence of country house hospitality. Great care has been taken... read more
£ 69.75View Rates
KA7 2DR, Ayr, 26 Bellevue Crescent
Ayr's only 5 Star Accommodation, 26 The Crescent Guest House was built in 1898 and is located within an impressive row of Victorian terraced houses. All rooms are furnished to a high standard, are en... read more
£ 76.50View Rates
Why Go and Stay in this delightful town ?
There are many reasons to visit this delightful town in Scotland. First of all the scenic countryside has some of the most breathtaking views, so don’t forget your camera. Check out the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum where there are interactive exhibits to keep children occupied along with a play area outside. As it’s located in the Gulf Stream, the town experiences temperate climates so is perfect for fishing, hiking and cycling all year round.
For those people interested in horses, a visit to the Ayrshire Equitation Centre is an absolute must. You can take part in show jumps, working hunter jumps, scenic hacking along with finding out more about horses.
The Scottish Industrial Railway Centre isn’t too far from the town centre offering steam open days, ideal for railway enthusiasts. Have a relaxing drive to Brodick Castle and Country Park to see waterfalls cascading down spine chilling gorges then finish off with a picnic at Brodick Bay.
Ayr horse racecourse is famous as the venue of the Scottish Grand National, the Ayrshire Handicap and the Ayr Gold Cup. There are many great golf courses in and around the town, with Open Championship venues of Royal Troon and Turnberry only a short drive away. Public golf courses are Belleisle, Seafield and Dalmilling. Glasgow is less than one hour by train.
After a busy day out sightseeing you know you can head for your hotel or bed and breakfast accommodation to have a quick shower before hitting the night life in the town.
Budget hotel or b&b rooms in or near town centre
The best place to stay in Ayr is in cheap hotels or reasonably priced bed & breakfasts right in the town centre. From your family rooms that have everything to make it a home from home, you can explore Ayr in Scotland and the surrounding areas quite easily.
With so many b&b’s, cheap hotels and other types of accommodation such as holiday homes and inns to choose from, you are definitely spoilt for choice.
Family rooms are perfect if you have small children. As well as a comfortable bed for you, cots and single beds are provided so everyone can have a good night’s sleep in their bed and breakfast accommodation.
If you decide to stay for a night in cheap hotels you won’t be disappointed either. Most rooms to let have en suite bathrooms with toiletries provided. Expect a sumptuous breakfast when choosing bed and breakfast to make a good start to your day. With so much to see and do there’s nothing quite like returning to b&b’s to relax and recharge your batteries.
Whether you want to reserve single, double or family rooms for one night or weekend, you will be happy with what you get. Everyone will also receive a warm, friendly, Scottish welcome from their accommodating hosts.
When staying overnight within close distance of the town centre, Ayr train station is nearby on Smith Street, which is just beside Burns Statue Square, offering frequent rail connections to various cities and town across Scotland and England. Glasgow central railway station can be reached within 1 hour by train.
Popular in Ayr is staying for one night before or after a flight from Prestwick Airport, located 4 miles from town. It’s Glasgow’s second airport besides GLA airport, which is situated just outside Glasgow city centre.
Main railway station ?
The main town rail station is Ayr Railway station, located on Smith Street. Towns in Ayrshire and Glasgow Central station are easy reachable by taking a local train.
Glasgow central is well served by trains from all over Scotland and England. Birmingham main New Street station, Waverley rail station in Edinburgh, and London Euston Station by sleeper service trains.
Where is Ayr ?
The seaside resort town of Ayr is located in south Ayrshire Scotland, not far from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport.
Ayrshire, located on the south-west coast of Scotland, attracts many visitors every year. The region is easy accessible via the new M77 motorway, which links it to Glasgow. The city centre of Glasgow is just over 35 miles to the north-east.
- Greenock — 33 miles
- Stranraer Cairnryan Ferry Port — 41 miles
- Stirling — 52 miles
- Edinburgh (see b&b’s) — 64 miles
- Perth Scotland — 79 miles
The nearest airport is Glasgow Prestwick airport, located only 4 miles away from town.
Glasgow GLA Airport can be reached in one hour.
Must See Attractions and Sights
Culzean Castle and Country Park
(Maybole, KA19 8LE Scotland)
Culzean estate is a delightful castle with beautiful grounds. It is located right on the coast and a 20 minutes coastal drive from Ayr.
Robert Burns Birthplace Museum
(Murdoch’s Lone, Alloway, KA7 4PQ Scotland)
Birthplace of poet Robert Burns, which is nowadays a very interesting museum.
(The Low Green, Seafront KA8 8BH, Scotland)
Children’s play area at the seafront, close to the beach. Great fun park for kids.
(2 -6 Whittletts Road, KA8 0JE, Scotland)
Lovely horse track. It’s only a short walk to the side of the course, or go to the large grand stand where you can get excellent views of the horses running.