I think the only thing that was an issue was the wifi. I always had to sit on the stairs to use it with my phone. Kirsten and her husband were kind enough to move the router to help out with that, but even then I still had some connection issues upstairs. I think just getting a router that services a broader area would fix this issue quickly. But other than that everything was perfect.
My stay at the Sherwood was perfect. I came to Ayr for a wedding at Dunure Castle. Although the B&B was far from where my friends were staying in north Prestwick, I preferred it. It is in a much more beautiful area than what Prestwick and north Ayr offer. Close to many scenic walks and much more peaceful then staying in the city center. Kirsten and her husband were perfect hosts. Breakfast was always great and she was always prompt. When my phone wasn't picking up their wifi signal well, then moved the router for me. When I forgot to buy more hair ties in town so I could do my hair for the wedding, Kirsten was so sweet to give me some. Their dog, Sally, was an added bonus as I really missed my dog back home and they were kind enough to let me cuddle and play with Sally a lot. I absolutely appreciate the day her husband drove me to north Prestwick to a friends house for a post wedding get together that I didn't think I was going to be able to get too when figuring out the bus system was proving too complicated at the time. That personal touch of kindness and generosity at the Sherwood, something that is very evident in most Scottish people, is what definitely would bring me back. Just absolutely wonderful people. I can't wait to go back to Ayr and visit. People like Kirsten and her husband are more than B&B hosts, you can call them friends too. Thank you for a wonderful stay.