Beloved Scottish bard Robert Burns learned to dance and debate in this authentically restored house
Straiton is a small village dating back to the 18th century, located 10km south east of Maybole on the Water of Girvan.
Not to be confused with The Wallace Monument in Stirling, the Wallace Tower in Ayr predates its Stirling sibling by approximately a decade (1855-7)
Ballantrae is an attractive coastal village in South Ayrshire situated 13 miles south of Girvan.
Statuesque ruined 16th-century tower-house castle overlooking the Firth of Clyde
The village of Dalrymple lies in the Doon Valley, on the north bank of the River Doon in East Ayrshire.
Catrine is a village that lies beside the River Ayr in East Ayrshire.
The town of Cumnock sits at the confluence of the Glaisnock Water and the Lugar Water.
The town of Prestwick is situated in South Ayrshire on the west coast of Scotland.
Barrhill is a small village in South Ayrshire between Girvan and Newton Stewart in South Ayrshire.
The word Dailly derives from the gaelic words for meadow and field which is fitting as Dailly is surrounded by rich farm land and woods.
The village of Dundonald lies west of Kilmarknock in South Ayrshire.
The town of Irvine is a large town with a long history.
A monument commemorating the final resting place of the Russian cruising vessel, the Varyag, which ran aground off the Ayrshire coast
Monument memorialising Lesley Baillie, a muse who inspired several of Robert Burns' ballads and poems