Man and Van in Ayr

Located on the southwest coast of Scotland, Ayr is a town that boasts a population of around 46,000, making it the second-largest town in the county of Ayrshire by population alone.

The average price for a property in Ayr is £190,000, with the average rent standing at £750pcm. Demand for property remains high.

We can help you with man and services in these areas of Ayr:

  • Alloway
  • Belmont
  • Braehead
  • Castlehill
  • Craigie
  • Dalmilling
  • Doonfoot
  • Forehill
  • Fort
  • Hayhill
  • Heathfield
  • Holmston
  • Kincaidston
  • Lochside
  • Masonhill
  • Newton-On-Ayr
  • Old Belmont
  • Seafield
  • Wallacetown
  • White City
  • Whitletts

Located only 37 miles away from the large city of Glasgow, Ayr is well located for those looking to commute or visit there regularly. However, those not looking to travel will have plenty of places to visit and activities to take part in within Ayr itself.

Ayr is a seaside town and has a scenic award-winning beach that locals and tourists can stroll along. The beach is popular with those who enjoy long walks, and the parking nearby makes it easily accessible no matter where you stay in the town. On a clear day, it is also possible to see the Isle of Arran or even Ireland from it.

As well as this, Ayr is the birthplace of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns. Burns was born in Alloway, on the outskirts of the town of Ayr, in 1759. He is considered by many in Scotland as the national poet of the country, with perhaps his most famous poem being ‘Auld Lang Sang.’ As a result, there are lots of places to visit to learn more about his life, such as the Burns Cottage and the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum.

As well as museums based on the life and work of Burns, there is also The Maclaurin, which is an art gallery located in Alloway. There they host a range of contemporary art from the 20th and 21st centuries from both local and international artists.

For those who enjoy sports, Ayr is home to the Ayr Racecourse, which is where the Scottish Grand National, the Ayrshire Handicap and the Ayr Gold Cup take place. For football fans, Ayr is home to Ayr United and their football stadium Somerset Park. As well as this, Ayr has three public golf courses located in Dalmilling, Belleisle and Seafield.

Another great way to spend your time is by shopping and Ayr is well equipped to allow you to do that. Ayr Central is a shopping centre based in Skye Square which has many shops including Next, Primark and JD Sports to name a few. There are also places such as Costa Coffee to stop for a quick refreshment. Close by at Burns Square, there is also an Odeon cinema for those looking to catch a movie.

Ayr also has great transport links. As well as a train station in the centre of the own, Prestwick Airport is only 5 miles away, making travelling across Scotland or further afield accessible.