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B and Bs in Kilmarnock

Howard Park Hotel
Ayrshire and Arran

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We're situated in a beautiful area in the Ayrshire town of Kilmarnock, where there is much to explore. We offer our guests a friendly and relaxed atmosphere throughout their stay with us. Situated on the South West coast of Scotland, there is much to do during your stay. The town of Kilmarnock offers one of the largest pedestrianised shopping centres in Scotland. Within the town there is also a museum, an art gallery and a large library, all of which are a great sight for visiting. The town is only 35 minutes by car from the contrasting city of Glasgow for those who wish to explore the region. This also means that it is convenient as it is very near to Glasgow airport. The Arran ferry is also very close, a mere 20 minute drive from Kilmarnock.

Built in the mid 70s, Howard Park is a well established hotel set in the Ayrshire countryside, half an hour's drive from the Ayrshire coast. The hotel is a 10-minute drive from the city centre which boasts quality restaurants and bars, one of them being our very own: The Riverbank. The Howard Park boasts 46 tastefully decorated en suite bedrooms. Many bedrooms feature period style décor and furnishings, and all have modern comforts.

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