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Rose Cottage, By Dalrymple, Ayr, South Ayrshire


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Rose Cottage forms part of a pretty courtyard set in a beautiful and varied landscape of 30 acres bordered by the River Doon (famous for salmon fishing). The area offers quiet and peaceful surroundings while benefiting from its close proximity to both the seaside resort of Ayr and also Prestwick airport. The cottage dates back over a 100 years but has been developed and decorated to a very high standard and offers comfortable and cosy accommodation for 2 people.

Those interested in walking and cycling will be spoilt for choice among the maze of small roads leading through the rolling green hills and lush valleys of the Ayrshire countryside. Ayrshire is the home of Scotland's national bard Robert Burns and the area inspired many of his poems such as Tam o Shanter, Flow Gently Sweet Afton and Should Auld Acquaintance to name but a few. His thatched cottage and an interesting visitor centre are close by in Alloway Village and well worth a trip.

  • Sleeps - 2
  • Bedrooms - 1 (double or twin)
  • Bathroom - shower room and WC
  • Microwave/grille
  • Washing machine
  • TV and DVD
  • Electric heating
  • Disabled access
  • Courtyard setting
  • Barbeque and garden furniture
  • Small pets only
  • Short breaks by negotiation
  • Ayr - 4.5 miles
  • Prestwick Airport - 9 miles
  • Ayr station - 5.5 miles
  • Pubs and restaurants - 2 miles
  • Golf - nearest course Bellisle 6 miles
  • 30 golf course within 20 mile radius
  • Fishing - river and loch
  • Walking and cycling
  • Great birdwatching and river walk
  • Culzean Castle - 10 miles
  • Robert Burns' thatched cottage, visitor centre
  • Short sails from Ardrossan to Arran

Rose Cottage is situated in a delightful courtyard setting with ample space for parking. The front door is accessed thorough a large pagoda and once inside there is a very well appointed sitting room / diner. The modern kitchen is well equipped and also has a TV and dining table with chairs. A door from the sitting room leads into the bedroom where the beds can be set up either as a double or two twins. There is an ensuite shower room with a tiled floor, shower, wash hand basin and WC.

Outside there is a barbeque and garden furniture. Guests have free access to birdwatching and the nearby river walk.

Travelling south on the A77 from Ayr take the A713 signposted to Castle Douglas. Travel for approx 3.5 miles, past Ayr Hospital and turn right at Holybush onto the 7034 signposted to Dalrymple and Skeldon. Travel for about 1.5 miles and then turn sharp left (second entrance) as the road takes a right turn. Drive down the country road, over the river Doon and after 100 yards take a sharp right turn and Kilmore Farm / Rose Cottage sits up on the right hand side.

What's included:
All bed linen and towels are provided. Heating and electricity are included. There is a small charge for hire of bicycles.

Cost and availability.
The cottage is rented out year round.
Change over day is Saturday with a check in time of 2pm and a departure time of 10.30am.

Short breaks are available on request. A 25% deposit is payable at the time of booking.

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Rose Cottage, Kilmore Farm
By Dalrymple, Ayr, KA6 7HU Scotland

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