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The Fenwick Hotel 3 Stars

A77 Ayr Road, Fenwick, near Kilmarnock, KA3 6AU Show on map  3.51 miles from Kilmarnock
Score 8.6 from 245 reviews
The Fenwick Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1560 600478Online booking and availability
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£50.00per room per night
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Fairburn Hotel 

14 Loudoun Street, Kilmarnock, KA5 5BU Show on map  8 miles from Kilmarnock
Score 9.0 from 101 reviews
Fairburn Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1290 551011Online booking and availability
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£70.00per room per night
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The Park Hotel 4 Stars

Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, KA1 2DP Show on map  0.61 miles from Kilmarnock
Score 8.9 from 462 reviews
The Park Hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1563 545999Online booking and availability
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Blackbull hotel 

2 Montgomerie Street, Tarbolton, Kilmarnock, KA5 5PR Show on map  6.89 miles from Kilmarnock
Score 8.3 from 31 reviews
Blackbull hotel
Phone: +44 (0)1292 541909Online booking and availability
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£39.00per room per night
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Habbieauld Bed And Breakfast 

Habbieauld Farm, Kilmaurs, Kilmarnock, KA3 2QF Show on map  2.73 miles from Kilmarnock
Habbieauld Bed And Breakfast
Phone: +44 (0)1563 538579
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Kilmarnock, located in East Ayrshire, is situated between Ayr and Glasgow. It is one of the largest towns in the local area. There is a variety of landmarks that visitors may wish to visit while in the local area, including the Kilmarnock War Memorial as well as Dean Castle, which is believed to date back to the mid-14th Century. Other popular landmarks in the local area include Dean Park, Burns Monument and Kay Park, which spans some 30 acres. There are also numerous shops that are interesting to browse while in the local area, in addition to a variety of different pubs and restaurants to enjoy whilst visiting Kilmarnock.

The Scottish burgh of Kilmarnock is located within the area of East Ayrshire. The burgh of Kilmarnock has a population of about forty four thousand one hundred and seventy. Kilmarnock is roughly half way between Ayr and Glasgow. Kilmarnock is the second biggest town within Ayrshire. The burgh of Kilmarnock is located on the banks of the River Irvine and it flows through the eastern part of the town.

There are a vast number of different areas within the burgh of Kilmarnock and these include Byker, Altonhill, Cowgate and Springhill to name a few.

Traditionally the industries within Kilmarnock were focused around heavy engineering and textiles. From 1837 the locomotive company that was known as Andrew Barclay and Sons were based within the town however the company closed in 1970. During the early part of the 1900's the carpet manufacturers that were known as BMK started production within the town. The carpet manufacturers that were based in Kilmarnock were known internationally for their high quality products. Stoddard Carpets that were the successors of BMK were famous for carpeting the famous ship that was known as the Titanic.

Due to the move of the market towards hard woods and laminated flooring the carpet industry declined within Kilmarnock and it actually ceases in the early part of 2005. Kilmarnock was one of the main shopping areas for the surrounding area for many years however the last twenty years has seen a massive change. The shopping in Kilmarnock has been replaced by places such as Ayr and the new modern shopping area at Braehead.

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