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Tourism - Ayr surrounding villages

Pretty village to the south of Ayr. Birthplace of Robert Burns, Scotland's National Poet.

Situated inland from Ayr and built in the latter part of the 19th century as a street of miners' rows extending along a ridge.

A few miles north of Ayr lies Coylton, a village with a Gothic style church dating from 1832.

A small picturesque fishing village with a quaint harbour and a historic ruined castle.

The village of Failford is situated on the B743 and has a monument commemorating the last meeting between Robert Burns and Highland Mary.

South-east of Ayr in Kirkmichael, many of the houses were built in the 18th and 19th centuries as weavers' cottages.

Colourful village south of Ayr on the A77.

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