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The Hollies
4 Station Road
Ayrshire and Arran

KA9 1AQ | View map

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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.
With sumptuous, individually designed bedrooms; an elegant dining room and access to some of Scotland’s stunning coastline and golf courses, The Hollies has everything you need for an unforgettable holiday.
Built in 1860, The Hollies was once home to the distinguished Glasgow architect, John Keppie – friend and colleague of the famous Charles Rennie Mackintosh, once a frequent visitor to the house, along with his wife Margaret MacDonald.
The Hollies is located in the lovely seaside town of Prestwick, located on the Ayrshire coast of Scotland, some 30 miles south of Glasgow, and is the birthplace of the British Golf Open. With excellent transportation links to the rest of Scotland as well as the UK and Europe, and Prestwick is the Gateway to Ayrshire.
So come along and unwind in the relaxing surroundings of The Hollies and enjoy the many activities and attractions Prestwick, and Ayrshire has to offer.


Number of Rooms: 6
Number Ensuite: 6

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