No. 26 The Crescent

26 Bellevue Crescent, Ayr, KA7 2DR, United Kingdom
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by hevbell

Ayr is well known for its racecourse which is home to the Scottish Grand National every April as well as the Ayr Gold Cup in September. Its the top racecourse in Scotland and has more racing days than any other in Britain.

At other times it also plays host to the annual Guy Fawkes fireworks display and a weekly Sunday market and car boot sale.


by hevbell

The island of Grand Cumbrae lies just off the Ayrshire coast and is easily accessible from the town of Largs by ferry. The main town on the island is Millport, where all the pubs, shops etc are. It also has a few bike hire places as one of the popular activities on the island is to cycle round it. I remember doing this when I was in my teens and its a nice fairly flat route around the edge of the island with lots of nice little coves to stop at. I've always wanted to go back and do it again! Maybe some day, another of those things I talk about but never seem to get around to..


by hevbell

The Pavillion is the big white building that stands out along the shore area. Its seen many incarnations over the years, including a couple of notorious nightclub venues. However it was later given a lick of paint and is now opened as "Pirate Petes", a play centre for kids.

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by zizkov

Ayr is a largish town (for Scotland) about 41 miles SW of Glasgow and about 5 miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport. The former county town of Ayrshire, most notable as being the home area of Robert Burns (which of course is probably why you are reading this) it is also a seaside resort. Back before widespread foreign holidays, it was a major destination for Scottish holidaymakers, it is now more of a daytrip destination, having a largish sandy (though sometimes none too clean) beach.

There are some top golf courses in the area, Scotland's principal racecourse and a few other sights in the area also, set amongst some of Scotland's most verdant countryside.


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