Hotel In Girvan
Welcome to Woodland Bay Hotel, Hotel In Girvan. Woodland Bay Hotel offers bed and breakfast accommodation located in a stunning seaside location in Girvan, Ayrshire. Experience the fabulous food in Beulah’s Restaurant and then relax, perhaps with a tempting malt from the great selection at our bar.
The Woodland Bay Hotel offers a fabulous range of 16 luxury en suite bedrooms which are non smoking and have plenty space to additionally accommodate a cot and a sofabed. Some of the extra large rooms are able to sleep up to 3 or 4 adults.
All rooms offer 6′ king size or twin beds, colour TVs with satellite channels, FREE wifi, direct dial telephones, ironing centres, hospitality trays and en suite shower rooms with heated towel rails & hairdryers.
Accessibility plays a key role at Woodland Bay. Our Accessible Bedroom has wide doorways and lots of space to manoeuvre around. There is an en suite wet room with grab rails, raised toilet seat and a commode wheelchair and stool if required for the shower area. The wet room and the main bedroom are both alarmed to reception. All areas around the hotel and amenities are flat with a ramp going from the car park to the Accessible Bedroom.
Beulah’s Restaurant is open every day and offers a friendly family setting – whether you are meeting up with friends, staying in the hotel or stopping off en route for the ferry – everyone is welcome!
Breakfast is served from 7.00am to 10.00am, lunch, snacks, tea/coffee and home baking are available all day until 6.00pm when the evening restaurant menu starts with last orders around 9.00pm.
The stylish lounge bar offers a variety of drinks including a selection of malt whiskies, draught beers, wines, spirits, champagne and liqueurs.
Ayrshire, on the south west coast of Scotland has always been a popular short break destination and in recent years it has got easier and easier to get to with the growth of low cost airlines, fast ferries from Ireland and improved rail and road connections including the new M77 motorway linking Glasgow with Ayrshire.
It is now well within a couple of hour’s reach of much of Europe making it the perfect short break or golf destination.
The Isle of Arran is connected to Ayrshire via the fifty five minute crossing on Cal Mac ferries from Ardrossan to Brodick or from the Mull of Kintyre from Clonaig.