All Places in Ayrshire
- The Auld Kirk of Alloway is a ruined church in Alloway, South Ayrshire in south-western Scotland. For followers of Robert Burns’ poetry, this church is well worth a visit and is also near to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. The church is well known for being the scene of the witches’ dance in the poem Tam o’Shanter, written in the 16th century. Burns’ father and sister are also buried in the churchyard. Today the church is a roofless ruin; a stone built rectangle with gabled ends. The graveyard has some fine examples of carved headstones.
- The Pub on Prestwick Holiday Park is open from March to October, Monday to Friday from 4pm, all day Saturday and Sunday. Has a warm welcome and a roaring fire on a cold day. Serving breakfast at the weekend and on a Sunday, a Sunday Roast. What ever the weather there is something for all, be it cocktails, coffee, cold drinks, ice cream, or hot food to sit in or take way. Regular entertainment at the weekend, guest artists, Karaoke, Bingo and charity nights. Adjacent to the Coastal Walking Route 7, on the National Cycle Path Route 7. Set between Royal Troon Golf Course (The 9th Green) and Old Prestwick, where The Open was originally conceived.