Travelodge Ayr Reviews
Description:Address: Highfield Drive / Ayr / KA8 9SH / Scotland
Newest Review: ... hotel was like. === Location, location, location === I'll admit early on to not being overly familiar with Ayr, but even I could tell that this isn't exactly in a prime location. As I drove to it (whilst swearing at Sat Nav Bint) I didn't get the impression that I was even close to the town. It's definitely more of an out-of-town business park kind of place. Mind you, it is handy for the ... more
Customer Travelodge Ayr Reviews (1)
by - written on 04/01/12 (Very useful, 111 readings)
On a recent holiday to the Outer Hebrides, we needed somewhere to stay overnight before undertaking the mammoth drive up to the far north of Scotland. As my boyfriend and I would be travelling from different places and meeting there it needed to be somewhere convenient for both of us and not too far from Stranraer. We settled on the Travelodge in Ayr solely because it was handy and they were happy to let my dog stay. Before we get started on the review proper, here are some things I have learned about Scotland and the Scottish: - The Irish could drink them under the table. I drove through every wee town and hamlet between Stranraer and Ayr on a ... Read the complete review
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