Monday, 21 September 2015

Air B and B in Ayr: Days 5 and 6

On Saturday, we arrived at our Air B and B in the small city of Ayr.  The three storey house was built in 1882 and has been recently restored to a one-family dwelling.

Its name, Edendarroch, is inscribed on the cement posts at the gate.
We were greeted by 2 hens at the front door.  These hens actually live in the back yard and produce one egg each, daily.
The house is beautiful with 12- foot high ceilings, generously-proportioned rooms and tasteful furnishings.  The hostess, Theresa, is an Etsy china dealer, so the dishes are unique and endless.
This is one of my favourite sets.

Our beakfast table.

Our tea tray in our bedroom, which I put to good use!!
Linen napkins and sterling silver, of course.
Not a very good shot of our bedroom.
Another shot of the bedroom.
Theresa took us to the roof this morning,
where we saw panoramic views of Ayr,
and their 4 chimneys!!
We leave these beautiful lodgings tomorrow and head for Edinburgh.

Until Next Time.....

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