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Welcome to Premier Inn Ayr A77Racecourse

Address: Wheatpark Place, Prestwick, KA8 9RT

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Just off the A77 road and 5 minutes’ drive from Ayr Racecourse, this Premier inn boasts free parking just a 10-minute drive from Glasgow Prestwick Airport. With modern rooms, it offers an on-site restaurant serving hearty food. Comfortable Hypnos beds feature in each spacious room at Premier Inn Ayr A77/Racecourse, which include a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee facilities and a work desk. Bathrooms offer a hairdryer and free toiletries, and rooms all have blackout curtains. Served each morning, breakfasts include cooked items, and a broad continental selection. Traditional British cuisine and pub dishes are available in the evening. Ayr town centre and its rail station is only 3 miles away, and Prestwick Beach is just a mile from the Premier Inn. Troon Ferry Port is 11 miles from the hotel, and the famous Royal Troon Golf Course is 10 miles away.

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Ayr Racecourse - Ayr - Racecourse

Ayr Racecourse - Ayr - Racecourse

Distance 1.24 miles (1.98 km)
AYR is Scotland's premier racecourse, hosting both Flat and National Hunt fixtures. Normally holding at least 25 days racing every year Ayr is host to the Scottish Grand National, the Ayr Gold Cup and a host of other valuable races during it's 12 month racing programme. The highlight of the jumping season is undoubtedly the Scottish Grand National, held in April, just a couple of weeks or so after the Aintree equivalent with many top performers taking in both races. None have so far emulated the great Red Rum who won both races in 1974. OUR first full year as owners at Ayr Racecourse has been a rewarding one, with great races, good meetings and increased attendances. It's always pleasing to see bigger crowds coming back to Ayr.

University of the West of Scotland - Ayr Campus - University

University of the West of Scotland - Ayr Campus - University

Distance 1.45 miles (2.31 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.

Prestwick Golf Club - Prestwick - Golf

Prestwick Golf Club - Prestwick - Golf

Distance 1.98 miles (3.16 km)
Prestwick Golf Club extends a warm welcome to all Golfers from all around the World wishing to come and enjoy our testing traditional Links. We are situated just half an hour south west of Glasgow on the famous golfing Ayrshire coast. A stretch of land unequalled anywhere in the world for prime golfing terrain. Prestwick Golf Club is a relaxed and friendly club that enjoys hosting golfers from all around the World. Visitors are encouraged to use their temporary membership to its full capacity, and enjoy the full lunch in the lavish Dining room or just a snack in the relaxed Cardinal room.

Ayr Centre - Town Centre

Ayr Centre - Town Centre

Distance 2.11 miles (3.38 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.