Alloway is found a few miles south of the ancient burgh of Ayr on the West coast of Scotland, the birthplace of the Scottish national Bard, Rabbie Burns the poet, writer and songwriter. There is much to see and do in this quaint and picturesque town and Alloway attracts many visitors for its historical interests and its quaint setting. Alloway Hotels offer guests the perfect sanctuaries for weekend breaks, or for a relaxing holiday in the Ayrshire countryside.
A couple of hundred years ago on January the 25th in a white washed and thatched cottage Robbie Burns was born, the cottage is open to the public and has many artefacts associated with his life. He died very tragically at a young age though he lived a full life and left a comprehensive legacy of Scottish Literature that offers tremendous relevance to life today. Within the museum there is a cafe that offers the platform to the trail of the Tam O'Shanter Experience that presents a garden perfect for children's adventures.
Visitors are attracted to the well known Ayr Racecourse home to the Scottish Grand National horse race, a selection of golf courses, wonderful walking tracks and hiking trails. Other activities in the area are is quad biking and climbing towers and a farm park that hosts a selection of exotic animals, birds and pets.
In and around Alloway visitors are offered a range of accommodation options to suit varying needs from family groups, to honey moon couples, to business travellers and those on holidays of adventure and discovery. Larger hotels are found in the neighbouring town of Ayr but Alloway itself offers accommodation in the form of smaller independently run local hotels.
Alloway offers its guests warm a welcome and a unique ambience providing unforgettable memories and guaranteeing returns.