Best Accommodations in North Ayrshire

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read more › About: The Waterside Hotel is owned by SimpsInns, a 'Privately Owned, Proudly Independent' hospitality company with award winning hotels, restaurants, bars, golf and leisure across Ayrshire. The Waterside bar and restaurant opened at the end of 2011 after a multi-million refurbishment programme and within two years picked up an award for its stunning design and outside Beach Garden and Si! Shack area with panoramic views to Arran. The substantial second phase works is now complete. The Waterside Hotel boasts
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read more › About: Kidron House Hotel is an independent, family run business, with our family team having a combined experience of more than 25 years in the hospitality industry. We are situated next to the Ayrshire coast which boasts some of the most stunning views that Scotland has to offer. We also offer 24-hour check-in for early or late travellers as the hotel can be accessed after our restaurant closes via a simple self-check-in system. Glasgow is a short car or train journey away and for keen golfers, we are
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read more › History: The C - Listed Douglas Hotel has been on this site before the town of Brodick was established and has been a landmark in the town ever since. Locals and tourists over the years have fond memories of the Douglas Hotel which has played host to generations (often of the same family) enjoying special occasions at the Douglas Hotel and holidays on Arran. Its client history has been quite diverse, originally providing accommodation for associates of the Brodick Castle laird, the Duke of Hamilton, and more
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read more › About Viewbank House: Viewbank House is a 19th century Victorian former farmhouse that has been tastefully converted and extended into a traditional family run guest house, whilst retaining all it's original character, charm and features. From it's elevated position over Whiting Bay, it enjoys superb panoramic views across the Firth of Clyde and Holy Isle to the Ayrshire coastline taking in both Troon and Turnberry on a clear day. A short stroll of less than half a mile brings you to the beach and the main village of
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