It's a little jaded, though the public areas are fine - a nice bar/lounge, a spacious restaurant. There's a pool and gym though I haven't been down to see either of them.
Breakfast is functional - 3 cereals, juices, some fresh (not tinned) fruit, a few pastries, hot options (eggs, bacon, sausage, baked beans, mushrooms, tomatoes, potatoes, also you can order kipper or mackeral).
The rooms are tired though comfortable. Mine had been set up for a king size bed but the bed had since been replaced by a double so my bedside table seemed miles away.
It can be noisy. Every night different people argued/laughed/chattered in the corridor outside my room. It's quite close to the sea front so seagulls, ducks and one particularly annoying goose caused me a bit of grief throughout my stay.
It is handily placed for central Ayr and the sea front, offers free parking, and the staff seem nice (oddly in my experience every single exchange ends with one of them saying "No problem". Perhaps that is a local custom).More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking