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Cheap Hotels in Kilmarnock

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62 London Rd
0.9 Miles from the centre

Near Dick Institute

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per night from £69
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Junction 8 M77, Fenwick Village, By Kilmarnock, Ayrshire
3.2 Miles from the centre

Offering stylish décor and luxurious dining, this elegant hotel is set in the picturesque historic village of Fenwick. Centrally located in Ayrshire, but just 20 minutes’ drive from the coast, guests have free Wi-Fi. The Fenwick Hotel offers spacious, classically furnished rooms, each with a flat-screen TV. Every private bathroom has a hairdryer, whilst free tea and coffee and ironing facilities are provided. The stylish hotel restaurant serves modern Scottish cuisine, including fresh West Coast seafood and Ayrshire game. There is also a Cocktail Lounge with its cosy log fire. Glasgow International Airport is a 35 minute drive from the Fenwick, which also provides free parking. A range of golf courses can be found with 20 minutes’ drive, including famous Royal Troon.

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per night from £70
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Rugby Park
0.9 Miles from the centre

Near Rugby Park

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per night from £105
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The Beeches B&B Hotel

33 reviews by TrustYou
Stewarton Road

In Kilmarnock

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per night from £74
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Dean Park Guest House Hotel

10 reviews by TrustYou
27 Wellington Street

Near Kay Park

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per night from £75
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Hotels in Kilmarnock

A large and vibrant town in East Ayrshire, Kilmarnock is known for its connections with the Johnnie Walker whisky brand and the poet Robert Burns. The town's energy, spirit and fascinating history provide plenty of scope for an absorbing break.


Around Kilmarnock you can enjoy some of the finest countryside in South West Scotland. There are plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding, over wild moors or through secluded wooded gorges. There are also excellent visitor attractions such as Dean Castle & Country Park, which offers 200 acres of beautiful grounds, a visitor centre, fascinating historic collections, teashop and the 14th century castle itself.

Arts and Culture

Kilmarnock and its surroundings are widely acknowledged for the depth of exciting cultural events, destinations and innovations. It's why Kilmarnock won the coveted Creative Scotland Creative Place Award 2013. At the heart of the town's cultural personality you will discover the Dick Institute. With its programme of nationally important exhibitions, a superb permanent collection and fascinating work by contemporary artists, this is a creative space with a fast growing reputation.

For music and theatre there is the Grand Hall, which also incorporates the Palace Theatre. Together they form a flexible series of spaces for all kinds of events, from epic concerts to small scale drama, conferences and fairs.


You'll find a real variety of festivals through the year, from the annual Kilmarnock Edition Festival which hosts major music names, to the Imprint Book Festival, which takes place at both the Dick Institute and Burns Monument Centre. Kilmarnock hotels also provide a comfortable base from which to sample various open-air festivals that give you the opportunity to really discover the area's glorious scenery, understand its diverse wildlife and explore their precious habitats.

Restaurants and cafés

The range of eating places and characterful cafés in Kilmarnock reflects its energetic, innovative flavour. At the award-winning Jefferson Restaurant for example you can savour stylishly prepared local and international dishes in smart surroundings. The stylish Café/Bar also serves afternoon tea and a range of cocktails. Meanwhile at The Longhouse you can indulge in prime Scottish steaks aged for 21 days while relaxing in welcoming and informal surroundings. At the Dragon Royale you can enjoy a subtle fusion of fine oriental flavours balanced with European influences. When you simply fancy a really good cup of coffee, why not stroll to The Coffee Press, where ethically grown coffee, locally sourced ingredients and attention to detail are very much on the menu, not to mention delicious cakes.

Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Kilmarnock

Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Kilmarnock?

The best hotels to stay in Kilmarnock are OYO Douglas Hotel, The Fenwick Hotel and The Park Hotel.

What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Kilmarnock?

OYO Douglas Hotel in Kilmarnock offers one night in a double room at the price of £69.

What are the best hotels in Kilmarnock near the center?

The Park Hotel, OYO Douglas Hotel and The Fenwick Hotel are located in the central neighborhood of Kilmarnock.

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