KirkmichaelCopyright Mary and Angus Hogg

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Kirkmichael is a small village positioned on the northern bank of the Dyrock Burn in Ayrshire, Scotland, and is home to fewer than five hundred people. The village evolved in the 13th Century after a church was constructed by the Burn, which was dedicated to St Michael, from which the village took its name, remnants of the ancient Kirk remains today. A new church was built in the 18th century which has attractive gem coloured stained glass windows. A gentle walk will discover a wealth of white stone cottages, and houses that link with the 18th Century when they were first built for the Weavers who toiled here. Holiday makers swell the numbers of this quiet village as it's surrounded by stunning dramatic Scottish scenery, walkers enjoy stepping out on the Cateran Trail which journeys through, together with the hills which dominate the skyline. This is no shopping metropolis, however it does have a fine General Store stocking that oh so essential item, there's also a restaurant, a pub, and a comfortable hotel for those who wish to stay for a while longer, and as it is only ten miles or so from the busy town of Ayr it's perfectly placed.

Pub and Bar

Kirkmichael Arms
Maclure Inn

Restaurant

Jock's Restaurant

School

Kirkmichael Primary School

Venue

Cloncaird Castle

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One Barganock (0.27 miles)

One Barganock

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One Barganock, our four bedroom Guest House in Kirkmichael offers a luxurious stay to couples and small groups of travellers.Each of our four spacious and individually styled en-suite bedrooms come ... More

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Kilmore Cottages (3.77 miles)

Kilmore Cottages

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The cottages form part of a charming 4 star luxury former farm steading and is set in 30 acres of lush green hills. Bordered by the river Doon made famous ... More

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Garth Madryn (6.05 miles)

Garth Madryn
Warm and friendly B & B. On the outskirts of Ayr, 100 yards from A77. Prestwick International Airport only 6 miles. Provides easy access to international golf courses - including Turnberry, Troon and Prestwick (tee ... More | visit website
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One Alloway Retreat (6.14 miles)

One Alloway Retreat

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“One Alloway Retreat” Luxury, stylish, contemporary boutique accommodation in Alloway Village ~ Ayrshire ~ West of Scotland.
A new concept in providing luxury, boutique style accommodation located in the romantic village ... More

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Sunnyside (6.15 miles)

Sunnyside

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Quality 4-Star accommodation next to Alloway, birthplace of national poet Robert Burns, on the A719 coastal route on the south side of Ayr. We are praised for our friendly ... More

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Ivy House Hotel (6.17 miles)

Ivy House Hotel

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Located in the Heart of Burns Country, just 5 minutes from Ayr Town Centre and 100 metres from Burns Cottage, The Ivy House is one ... More

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Dunure Inn (6.86 miles)

Dunure Inn

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Competely refurbished Inn in stunning harbourside setting. All rooms en-suite overlooking the picturesque harbour with views along the Ayrshire coast. Close to the world famous Burns' cottage. Traditional food served ... More

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Old Racecourse Hotel (7.24 miles)

Old Racecourse Hotel

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We pride ouselves on traditional fayre, with bar meals and real ales.Located less than 1 mile from the centre of Ayr, and 1/2 a mile from Belleisle and Seafield Golf ... More

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Chalmers Bed & Breakfast (7.40 miles)

Chalmers Bed & Breakfast

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This beautiful Victorian property with ample car parking is located in Ayr, 15 minutes from Glasgow Prestwick International Airport with private transfer services available. Chalmers is 5 minutes from Ayr bus and ... More

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Inverlea Guest House (7.40 miles)

Inverlea Guest House
Inverleas Guest House is a traditional Scottish Guest House located in Ayr with a wealth of activities and sites of interest nearby.Burns cottage, Brig o' Doon and Culzean castle are all within easy travelling distance ... More | visit website

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