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Ayrshire

On the shores of the Firth of Clyde is the homeland of Scotland’s National treasure, the Bard Robert Burns. The region of Ayrshire and the Isles of Arran and Cumbrae offers spectacular scenery, countless historical references and a full remote retreat. If you’re fans of seafood, you’re in luck; fresh seafood is the norm in Ayrshire, and with a range of award-winning chefs and caterers making use of this, it won’t disappoint. Average summer temperatures in Ayrshire are between 16-18°, and average winter temperatures are between 6-8°. Multiple motorways and ferries connect Ayrshire to the rest of Scotland, along with Glasgow Prestwick Airport, only 32 miles away. Prestwick is the only place Elvis Presley ever visited in Britain when his plane once landed to refuel there.

2 Wedding Venues in Ayrshire meet your criteria

Image of Piersland House
South Ayrshire, Scotland
19 Km from Location
This beautiful country house by the sea with glorious gardens and grounds is truly inspiring, and not to be overlooked by any couple on the hunt for that perfect wedding venue...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Outdoor Ceremony
Capacity
2-170
Avg Price
£50.00
Image of Best Western Eglinton Arms Hotel
Glasgow, Scotland
49 Km from Location
Delightful boutique hotel with 34 en-suite bedrooms & beautiful banqueting suite catering for weddings up to 120 guests. Set at the edge of the village green, the Eglinton...
  • Civil License
  • Guest Accommodation
  • Parking
Capacity
2-120
Avg Price
£50.00
Ayrshire

On the shores of the Firth of Clyde is the homeland of Scotland’s National treasure, the Bard Robert Burns. The region of Ayrshire and the Isles of Arran and Cumbrae offers spectacular scenery, countless historical references and a full remote retreat. If you’re fans of seafood, you’re in luck; fresh seafood is the norm in Ayrshire, and with a range of award-winning chefs and caterers making use of this, it won’t disappoint. Average summer temperatures in Ayrshire are between 16-18°, and average winter temperatures are between 6-8°. Multiple motorways and ferries connect Ayrshire to the rest of Scotland, along with Glasgow Prestwick Airport, only 32 miles away. Prestwick is the only place Elvis Presley ever visited in Britain when his plane once landed to refuel there.

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