Some background info..

The Inn is a charming 15th century building with a wonderful olde-worlde atmosphere. A hostelry has been here since the 1700's and in the days of stage coaches the inn was an important posting stage.

For the last 20 years it has been run by the father, son and daughter team of Milton, Martin and Marnie Thompson who offer their customers an extensive menu of dishes prepared with care and imagination.

A typical menu lists more than a dozen starters, (how about Haggis, Neeps and Tatties in Drambuie and Onion Cream?) A wide choice of fish, meat, poultry and vegetarian dishes and a large selection of home made sweets. An outstanding choice of wines are available to compliment your meal.

In good weather, you can enjoy your meal in the superb beer garden which is also the only one for miles around.

Local Attractions

We have some of Ayrshire's finest golf courses, for example, Royal Troon and Dundonald on our doorstep.
Ayr Racecourse is just 10 minutes away.

The Burns Experience and Tam O'Shanters Cottage are just 20 minutes away.
Scotland's oldest working church, Symington Parish and Dundonald Castle are close by and well worth a visit!.

Photo: The Wheatsheaf Inn, Beer Garden