MayboleCopyright Mary and Angus Hogg


County - Ayrshire and Arran | Map
Tel code: 01655 | code search
Postcode: KA19 | code search
Population: 4700
Council: South Ayrshire
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Maybole Arms
"A spendid welcome at the Maybole Arms Callum and David along with the clan provided entertainment not one but two nights in my stopover from Australia.The food was yummy my ..." More

Blairquhan Castle
"Disgusted at manner in which I was spoken to by male staff member as stated we were obscenely ignorant as had not requested permission for picnic. My little 3 year ..." More

Blairquhan Castle
"Castle grounds aqnd local village are fairly attractive but this did not make up for a very poor cottage

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Maybole is an ancient market town, once the historic capital of Carrick in South Ayrshire, Scotland, situated 9 miles south of Ayr and 5 miles east of the Firth of Clyde. Maybole received a charter in 1193 and was created a burgh of barony in 1516. Maybole contained the winter residences of many Carrick barons. The town sits amongst natural springs of mineral water including St Helens Well which was thought to contain water with healing powers, the citizens of Maybole were renowned for longevity, and the census in 1799 recorded a school-master who died at age of 104. William and Agnes Burns, parents of Robert Burns came from Maybole. Maybole has a variety of shops and amenities and hotels. The narrow High Street has many fine buildings with many features of antique stateliness, including the grand turreted Maybole Castle built in 1560, once the baronial mansion of the Earls of Cassillis, at the cross stands the Town Hall built in 1887 and nearby is the Parish Church 1808 with a square spire comprising of six steps. Ruins of Mayboles collegiate Church stand at the bottom of John Knox Street dating from 1371. Crossraguel Abbey lays two miles south-west of town; it is well preserved dating c1215.


Blairquhan Castle
Crossraguel Abbey
Culzean Castle & Country Park
Maybole Collegiate Church
Souter Johnnie's Cottage


Ranch (The)
Walled Garden Caravan & Camping Park

Caravan Park

Croyburnfoot Leisure Park
Ranch (The)
Walled Garden Caravan & Camping Park


Dance - Robertson School of Dancing


Maybole Dental Practice


Dr B Scobie
Dr G Paton

Golf Club

Maybole Municipal

Holiday Park

Culzean Bay Holiday Park

Pub and Bar

Grey Man
Kirkmichael Arms
Maybole Arms
Star Inn

Welltrees Inn


China Gate
Kirkmichael Arms
Po King Restaurant


Cairn Primary School
Gardenrose Primary School


Hannahs Taxis
Hunter Taxis


Blairquhan Castle


Lloyds Pharmacy
Ann Dalgliesh
J Dunlop
Mailbox UK
W M Morrisons Supermarket
Fringe Benefits


Burning Hill Mountain Bike Club(Cycling)


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One Barganock (3.03 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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Dunure Inn (4.48 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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Sunnyside (5.50 miles)


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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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Kilmore Cottages (5.51 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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Malin Court (5.66 miles)

Malin Court

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A veritable oasis of peace and relaxing tranquillity with magnificent views over the Firth of Clyde and the great Championship course at Turnberry. A distinctive yet timeless ambience and atmosphere, ... More

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One Alloway Retreat (5.69 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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Ivy House Hotel (5.88 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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Garth Madryn (6.13 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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Turnberry Resort (The) (6.28 miles)

Turnberry Resort (The)

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Located on the stunning Ayrshire coast just 55 minutes from Glasgow Airport and 30 from Prestwick, Turnberry is recognised as one of the world's finest resorts.
Turnberry's magnificent country house hotel lies ... More

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Turnberry Links (6.37 miles)

Turnberry Links

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Set just 10 minutes' walk from the famous Turnberry Golf Course, this luxuriously appointed ground floor apartment has been designed and furnished expressly with the discerning holidaymaker ... More

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