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 IMPORTANT NOTICE

PLEASE BE ADVISED THAT THE ROAD AT THE JUNCTION ON THE MAIN STREET TO THE SIDE OF THE WESTON WILL BE CLOSED FOR UP TO 8 WEEKS WHILST REPAIRS ARE CARRIED OUT ON THE BUILDING ACROSS FROM US, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO ACCESS THE PUBLIC CAR PARK TO THE REAR OF THE WESTON VIA THE OPPOSITE END OF FENWICK ROAD. 14/7/17

BAR

DOMINOES TOURNAMENT EVERY SUNDAY

 

AUGUST ENTERTAINMENT

FRI 4TH - MATT CORCORAN

SUN 6TH - JIMMY MAC

SAT 12TH - XPRESSION

FRI 18TH - DAKOTA

FRI 25TH - DESTINATION ANYWHERE

SUN 27TH SUNSET KARAOKE (4-7PM)

 

RESTAURANT

TUESDAYS

40% OFF STEAKS

MID WEEK MENU AVAILABLE MON-THUR 12-9PM

2 COURSES £11   

3 COURSES £14

TRADITIONAL SUNDAY ROAST ONLY £9.50 available every Sunday from 12.00pm

 

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About Us

The Weston was originally the Kilmaurs manse and home to the noted reformist minister, David Smyton or Smeaton, who was a contemporary of Scotland's national bard and Ayrshire's most famous son, Robert Burns.

Today the historic old building has been transformed, with great care and consideration, into a beautiful classic country pub and restaurant.

Located in the heart of the quiet Ayrshire village, it sits next to the jougs, the distinctive former jailhouse and tollbooth at Kilmaurs Cross.  Jougs were the iron collars which were padlocked round miscreants' necks and you can still see a set hanging from the outside wall.

Today, however, you can also be sure of a much friendlier and more enjoyable stay at the Weston, thanks to your host Sheila Wilde and her helpful team, who are always glad to offer a warm welcome to regular patrons and new visitors.
Relax in the Weston's genuine rustic interior, with its dark stone floor and thick, warm walls, wood features, soft furnishings and a heart-warming, wood-burning fire.

Live music is a regular feature in this cosy, popular pub, with guest artists appearing most Saturdays and some Fridays.  And for any budding musicians, there are plenty of opportunities to test your own talents, with a guitar, boudrain and  lyre just waiting to be brought down from the wall in the bar, why not join us on the first Thursday of the month for our monthly Jam Session..

Through in the restaurant, the Weston's rustic theme continues, with cosy seating and beautifully appointed tables offering a truly relaxing and enjoyable dining experience, whatever the occasion, with children always welcome.