Welcome to Ayrshire and Arran

The birthplace of Robert Burns

Scotland is made up so much incredible history and Ayrshire and Arran have so much to offer those visiting. The area is famous for being the birthplace of Scotland's national hero and favourite bard, Robert Burns. 

Ayrshire and  Arran is situated in the west of Scotland and is made up of rolling hills, picturesque fishing villages, charming market towns. If you want to learn about Scotland's fascinating history then the region is perfect for you. There is so much to see and do from visiting mighty castles such as  Dundonald and  Portencross to seeing Britian's smallest cathedral in Millport on the Isle of Cumbrae. To find out more about what to see and do in Ayrshire and Arran please visit our Things to Do section.

With rising hotel prices why not stay in a pub in Ayrshire and Arran? Pubs and inns today offer visitors something extra than traditional bed and breakfasts or hotels.  With everything under one roof from comfortable accommodation to entertainment, pubs in the region provide guests with the perfect base to explore this magnificent area of Scotland. 

Of course another benefit of staying in a pub is that many take great pride in serving some of the finest food in Ayrshire and Arran. Menus are updated with the seasons ensuring guests can try delicious home cooked meals made from the region's finest produce. 

So if you want to explore a historic part of Scotland then why not stay in a pub in Ayrshire and Arran? Start planning your perfect getaway using the search below. 

(Photo: ©VisitBritain / Dennis Hardley)