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Welcome to The Park Hotel

Address: Rugby Park, Kilmarnock, KA1 2DP

Hotel Description

The friendly Park Hotel offers free Wi-Fi and free parking, next to Kilmarnock F.C Rugby Park stadium. Kilmarnock Rail Station is less than 1 mile away. Each bedroom at The Park Hotel features a large en suite bathroom, tea/coffee making facilities, a 37-inch flat-screen TV with Freesat channels. Rooms with a view of the pitch are available, on request. Blues Restaurant & Bistro has a modern menu of local produce, while the Coffee Shop serves light meals. Residents of The Park Hotel enjoy free use of the nearby Kilmarnock Fitness Centre, with a gym, steam room and sauna.

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Kilmarnock Football Club - Football Club

Kilmarnock Football Club - Football Club

Distance 0.18 miles (0.29 km)
Kilmarnock Football Club, founded in 1869 and nicknamed 'Killie' is the oldest professional football club in Scotland. Home matches are played at Rugby Park, Kilmarnock - an all-seater stadium with a capacity of 18,128. They are currently playing in the Scottish Premier League and are managed by Jim Jefferies. Traditional team colours are blue and white striped shirts, white shorts and socks. Kilmarnock's major honours include winning the Scottish Cup three times (1920, 1929 and 1997) and winning the Scottish League Championship in season 1964/65. They competed the 2004/05 season in the Scottish Premier League.

Kilmarnock Centre - Town Centre

Kilmarnock Centre - Town Centre

Distance 0.88 miles (1.41 km)
The largest centre for shopping in East Ayrshire is Kilmarnock. The town is famous for its manufacture of carpets, known throughout the world. The carpeting on the floors of the Titanic came from Kilmarnock and although the carpet making industries are no longer operating, this town of 40,000 is home to the famous Johnnie Walker, Scotch whisky. Today's Kilmarnock is a bustling town with many fine and attractive buildings. The heart of the town is at Kilmarnock Cross, where the pedestrianised shopping streets meet. This is overlooked by the domed Royal Bank of Scotland building, completed in 1939.

Kilmarnock College - University

Kilmarnock College - University

Distance 0.91 miles (1.45 km)
Kilmarnock College opened in 1966 and is set in the heart of East Ayrshire, Scotland. The College is committed to working with learners, communities and business; and currently enrolls nearly 2,000 full-time and 5,000 part-time students. At the College, they train hairdressers, beauticians, chefs, and sports and fitness professionals. Students can study a range of practical classes in Catering, Sport or Fitness, Arts and Social Science, Care & Supported Learning, Engineering and Science, Consumer and Leisure, Just for Fun, Motor Vehicle, and Construction and Land Management.