We were down for the weekend & had just been to the museum which is about 10 minutes away. We were lucky to enter the cottage when a tour guide was starting to explain the details about the cottage. There are 4 rooms - The barn, the byre, the parlour and kitchen where the family ate & slept.
Very interesting beginnings for Robert Burns. The place was used as an Ale house. Most of the house has been restored to give you a feel of what it must have been like in the past. The ground are well kept & we were lucky that we were down over September weekend and the weather was great.
Must see if you are in Ayrshire
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