Afton Villa Bed & Breakfast Accomodation in Ayr
Afton Villa Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Ayr is a privately owned family run business situated in Ayrshire on the West Coast of Scotland. We offer guests relaxed bed and breakfast accommodation within informal surroundings while still maintaining high standards. Guests can choose to start their day off with the choice of a continental or full Scottish breakfast in our light airy breakfast room which is included in the price of your stay. We are more than happy to accommodate families with children and have accommodation available on the ground floor. In the summer months, guests can also enjoy complimentary free BBQ facilities within our walled patio garden.
“Our home from home approach, in every area of your stay with us, charms guests from far and wide.”
Afton Villa Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Ayr, is a strictly non-smoking B&B establishment. We are happy to accommodate guest’s pets with notice. Complimentary parking is available on-site in our car park and there is ample storage for golf clubs, motorbikes etc. During high season, for Ayr Racecourse meetings, National Bowling Championships etc we would recommend that guests book early to avoid disappointment. We accept cards, cash for method of payment; however for guests looking to book online we are able to accept card payments via our secure booking engine. Guests are also able to book direct by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 01292 272920.
Afton Villa B&B in Ayr is ideally situated approximately 3.5 miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport which is easily reached by taxi, train or bus. Glasgow International Airport is approximately 45 minutes drive away.
**Update** We currently have very limited accommodation during the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. Guests looking to book bed and breakfast accommodation in Ayr are advised to tel 01292 272920 or email email@example.com directly for further information. Bed and Breakfast is available from £70 per room per night including a full Scottish breakfast during the Commonwealth Games.