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Georgian Country House

Just a short distance from the links golf course, Ladybank House in Turnberry is a Georgian country house available to let situated in 5 acres of stunning Ayrshire countryside, with a spectacular view across the sea to the island of Ailsa Craig. In recent years the house been fully refurbished, whilst at the same time [...]

Woodland Bay Hotel

Located in a stunning seaside location 2 miles south of Girvan, there are over thirty golf courses within an hour’s drive of the hotel including the British Open Championship course at Turnberry which is only a short drive along the coast. Fabulous range of 16 luxury en suite bedrooms to choose from, offering king size or [...]

Turnberry Resort

A five star hotel created in the grand style in the early years of the 20th century, Turnberry, A Luxury Collection Resort is one of Scotland’s national treasures. Visit the Turnberry Resort website for interactive multimedia, galleries and video. One of the most enchanting hotels in Scotland, with sea views, plenty of space and golf [...]

Wilson Hall near Ayr

Location Ayr, 20 miles from Turnberry Staying in a hostel can be a fun way to meet new people and at some places you can sleep together with other visitors in the same room. Wilson Hall near Ayr is the main hall of residence for students attending the Scottish Agricultural College, so maybe a good [...]

Turnberry

Turnberry is a village and golf resort on the Atlantic Coast of Scotland South Ayrshire. There are three links golf courses, a golf academy, a five-star hotel built in 1906, as well as lodge and cottage accommodation. The Ailsa Course staged The Open Championship four times, in 1977, the course was the scene of a [...]

Links Lodge Bed & Breakfast

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Fairfield House Hotel

Staying in a hostel can be a fun way to meet new people and at some places you can sleep together with other visitors in the same room. Wilson Hall just outside Ayr is the main hall of residence for students attending the Scottish Agricultural College, so maybe a good place to make new friends. [...]