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Featured Ayrshire 5 Star Hotels

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Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scotland

Trump Turnberry, a Luxury Collection Resort, Scotland

Maidens Road, Girvan
5.0 out of 5.0
4.5 out of 5 (31 reviews)
A special treat!Turnberry is a magnificent property and set in a beautiful location. Our room was heavenly and beautifully appointed. The only let down was 1906 restaurant where we had a very disappointing experience. This was dealt with discreetly and no charge was levied for the meal. I would definitely return ...
  9 Oct 2017

£132

£132
Glenapp Castle

Glenapp Castle

Ayrshire, Girvan
5.0 out of 5.0
5.0 out of 5 (2 reviews)
Hidden gem! Exceptional service and food. The 6-course dinner was an explosion of flavours at a reasonable price. The castle grounds were fun to explore. The perfect holiday if you are looking to escape for a quiet and relaxing night.
  5 Oct 2017

£204

£204
Lochgreen House Hotel

Lochgreen House Hotel

Monktonhill Road, Troon
5.0 out of 5.0

£185

£185
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Pocket Guide: 5 stars Hotels in Ayrshire

The coastal county of Ayrshire and Isle of Arran in the southwest of Scotland is blessed with beauty, culture and history. This area has many five star hotels and places to explore the beautiful coastline, where you can look inside opulently decorated manor houses, walk alone the shore, and even attend patriotic Robert Burns Festivals; all of which makes Scotland an easy part of the world to fall in love with. It is also the birthplace of the Open Championship, which started here back in 1860!

Golf Courses in Ayrshire

The Ailsa at Turnberry is an Open Championship course that covers a craggy headland that overlooks Ailsa Craig and the Firth of Clyde. Its signature hole is called ‘Bruce’s Castle’ because it takes players past Robert the Bruce’s ruined castle.

Royal Troon is another famous course that was granted royal status by Queen Elizabeth II. Nearby Prestwick is also extremely popular with golfers as it is where the Royal Open first took place! Over on the Isle of Arran, Shiskine is an unusual, but hugely enjoyable links course.

Sailing in Ayrshire

Locals and visitors take advantage of the water sports and adventure that is offered in this part of the country. There are plenty of Royal Yachting Association approved schools that offer tuition and trips out to nearby islets. Other activities to get involved in include dinghy sailing, kayaking, rowing, kite surfing and windsurfing.

After a day on the greens make sure you stay over in luxury by booking a five star hotel using the Expedia search tool.