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Tam O'Shanter Inn, Ayr

Pub added by Dave Pohlman
230 High Street
Ayr
KA7 1RQ
Phone: 01292611684

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custodian 42 left this review about Tam O' Shanter Inn

Rooms to front and rear left with bar at rear right. Standard keg rubbish but it did have Tomatin whisky.

On 29th July 2017 - rating: 4
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peter ashworth left this review about Tam O' Shanter Inn

This attractive thatched roofed building has been a pub for nearly 250 years(apart from a spell in the 50's as a museum to Burns and Tam O'Shanter)and in Burns's epic poem thought to be the starting point for Tam O'Shanter's drunken journey.This is a small pub with the bar to the right of entry and a seated drinking area to the left with another small area on the left up a few steps beyond the bar. There is a decorative stained glass door and what appears to be a few of the original beams still intact although no handpulls on show.There is also a Tam O'Shanter café next door for any foodies. Definitely worth a visit if you are in Ayr

On 15th May 2014 - no rating submitted
[User has posted 2216 recommendations about 2176 pubs]


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hondo . left this review about Tam O' Shanter Inn

Located in the shopping precinct. Robert burns memorabilia on the walls. Standard draught selection.

On 13th March 2012 - no rating submitted
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David Ross left this review about Tam O' Shanter Inn

Ayr's oldest pub and the best place to have a drink in the town if you're on the Robert Burns trail, whether or not he actually drank in it. It could be argued that the name is rather inappropriate, given that his poem, "Tam O'Shanter," can be interpreted as a warning against the dangers of strong drink.

On 4th December 2010 - rating: 9
[User has posted 769 recommendations about 683 pubs]


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Dave Pohlman left this review about Tam O' Shanter Inn

It is reputed that Robert Burns once wrote in this pub. Smallish but quite pleasant to sit in and watch the traffic on High Street.

On 27th May 2008 - no rating submitted
[User has posted 6 recommendations about 6 pubs]