Cosses Country House Ayrshire

“The valleys of Crailoch Burn are home to this 17th century property. There are open log fires, 12 acres of manicured gardens and pictures of the family black labs! Country house in style, rooms have pastel colours and floral fabrics. Locally sourced food is served. A Scottish home from home! ”

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“This hotel has not yet been inspected and reviewed by the Hotel Guru but has been recommended by other guides that we respect.”

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Facilities

Outdoor dining
Fireplace
Communal Dining
Bar
Parking
Cots available
Bicycle hire
Good wine list
Sit-out Terrace
Restrictions on children
Children above the age of 12 are welcome.
Games room
Free wifi
Garden
Restaurant
Pet friendly
Wifi
Disabled access
Sitting Room

Activities

Sailing
Mountain biking
The 7 stanes trails offer routes from beginner level to those for the most advanced mountain bikers.
Golf
The 19th century Prestwick Golf Club is a popular course amongst local and visiting golfers.
Cycling
Fishing
Catch your very own Scottish salmon in the River Stinchar.
Great walks
Beneraird Hill and the old road from Ballantrae to New Luce are excellent walking routes.
Riding
Birdwatching
Ballantrae Bird Sanctuary has Gannets, Peregrine Falcons and even Puffins can be seen.
Sights nearby
Visit the historic Culzean Castle or the birthplace of the famous Scottish bard Robert "Rabbie" Burns.
Wine tasting
Whighams of Ayr hosts popular wine (and whisky!) tasting evenings.

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5 rooms from $146 per night

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Recommended for

Country Escape
Bask in the manicured, colourful cottage gardens for a quinessentially country stay.
Active Holiday
This hotel is perfectly located for exploring all of the outdoor activities that Ayrshire has to offer.

Activities

Sailing
Mountain biking
The 7 stanes trails offer routes from beginner level to those for the most advanced mountain bikers.
Golf
The 19th century Prestwick Golf Club is a popular course amongst local and visiting golfers.
Cycling
Fishing
Catch your very own Scottish salmon in the River Stinchar.
Great walks
Beneraird Hill and the old road from Ballantrae to New Luce are excellent walking routes.
Riding
Birdwatching
Ballantrae Bird Sanctuary has Gannets, Peregrine Falcons and even Puffins can be seen.
Sights nearby
Visit the historic Culzean Castle or the birthplace of the famous Scottish bard Robert "Rabbie" Burns.
Wine tasting
Whighams of Ayr hosts popular wine (and whisky!) tasting evenings.

Other highlights

Less £
Quiet
Owner managed
Secluded setting
Good wine list
Full of character
Sit-out Terrace
Restrictions on children
Children above the age of 12 are welcome.
Free wifi
B+B
Restaurant
Antiques
Pet friendly
Intimate
Charming
Traditional
Disabled access

Hotel size

5 rooms
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