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Site of the first Open (there are now three course around the town), famed for its airport (visited by Elvis!), and with historic link to Bruce and Burns, Prestwick is also an ancient burgh...
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Hotels in Prestwick - 12 places to stay
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Prestwick Old Course Hotel
In the heart of historic Ayrshire, Prestwick Old Course Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Prestwick Town Rail Station. Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is a 3-minute taxi ride away.
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A fine Victorian Townhouse retaining many exquisite period features, The Hollies is a timeless bed and breakfast offering elegant accommodation. Bringing together the very best of traditional Scottish architecture and contemporary design.
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With an enviable reputation for ambience, cuisine and friendliness, this family-run hotel is ideally situated in the heart of historic Ayrshire, within easy reach of the beach.
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The North Beach has always had an enviable reputation for ambience, cuisine and friendliness. Situated in the heart of historic Ayrshire, the North Beach offers a wide range of relaxing ... More
Prestwick's only 4 Star Guest House situated 200 yards from the beach and town centre. Family-run home dating from 1870 retaining many original features. Unrivalled view over Prestwick Golf Course (scene of the first Open ... More
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If you have men who will only come if they know there is a good road, I don't want them. I want men who will come if there is no road at all. - David Livingstone
On this day:
The Last public hanging - 1868, Prince of Wales Opens Vauxhall Bridge - 1906, British Find Oil in Persia - 1908, First Female Magistrate Appointed - 1913, First ever Glyndebourne - 1934
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