Scotland: One Night Stay for Two (£159) With Three Course Meal and Breakfast or Two Night Stay (£338) With Additional Afternoon Tea at The Award-Winning Turnberry Resort
- Edwardian country house hotel
- Historic Burns Country location
- Condé Nast Traveller Gold Award Winner
- One hour from Glasgow Airport
- Golfing and health spa on site
- Newly renovated public areas
- Views of the estate, the Irish Sea, Ailsa Craig and Isle of Arran
- One or two night stay with breakfast and three course meal on both days
- Afternoon tea also included with two night stay
- Restaurant uses local ingredients where possible
- Room includes flat screen TV
- Free upgrade to to deluxe room for any November stay (subject to availability)
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1 per stay. Booking required by phone: 01655 333991. 7 day cancellation policy. Check-in 3pm, check-out 11am. 1 night option incurs £30 surcharge on Fri or Sat bookings. 2 night option incurs £50 surcharge on Sat bookings. Valid for three course meal from the 1906 Winter Menu only. Valid for Classic Rooms only, upgrades available to Deluxe Ocean view rooms at additional cost. Valid for option purchased only. Original price based on hotel rack rate.
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Indelibly marked as the home of Rabbie Burns, Ayshire’s stoic hills and weathered coastline are a point of pilgrimage for romantics worldwide. This south-westerly stretch of Caledonia holds a wealth of military history, laying claim to over 40 stone castles, and serving as the scene for daring battles by William Wallace and Robert the Bruce. Now home to less perilous confrontations, the county boasts some of the nation’s best kept links golf courses, which dapple the lonely cliffs and reach up to the crags. Connected by Glasgow Prestwick Airport, Ayrshire was the only UK location visited by Elvis Presley, who briefly savoured its cultural treasures, dramatic scenery, and fine local malts.
Beat a poetic path with today's Groupon from Turnberry Resort. Choose from the following options:
Country house break with a three course meal and breakfast
• £338 for a two night stay for two (Up to 69% off)
Country house break with a three course meal and breakfast on both days plus an afternoon tea on day of arrival
Originally an Edwardian rooming house, Turnberry Resort has undergone a luscious renovation to combine old fashioned style with modern comforts, hearty food, and sporting leisure facilities. The hotel stands amid 800 acres of coastal grassland, providing guests with views of the estate as they settle into an elegantly furnished room, complete with rich wood furniture, a flat screen television, and Wi-Fi internet access. While the hotel boasts a range of dining options, visitors can take their seats in 1906, the resort’s signature restaurant which is named after its year of establishment. Savouring three courses from the 1906 restaurant's set winter menu, diners can sample traditional Scottish cuisine prepared using local produce where possible, while those staying for two nights can also enjoy a prim afternoon tea in the hotel’s Grand Tea lounge. A full Scottish breakfast each morning will fuel appetites for exploring the range of outdoor pursuits on offer in the verdant grounds.
History buffs can uncover the secrets of the region’s numerous castles, examining the crumbling stones and rugged beauty of locations that once were home to the likes of Robert the Bruce and the Ross clan. Sports lovers can keep fun on the upswing at the many links and parks golf courses that stretch across the Ayshire’s hills and beaches, while falconry, shooting, quad-biking and more are available on the resort estate. Nearby Glasgow and Edinburgh are an hour and two hours away respectively, with both offering a wealth of artistic and cultural curios to explore once the joys of country life have been exhausted.
Ayr is 25 minutes from the resort and offers all necessary shopping and grocery outlets, as well as a direct train link to Glasgow every 30 minutes. Visitors to Glasgow can enjoy all the conveniences of a major city, with an enormous variety of restaurants, clubs, and bars on offer, as well as splendid boutique shopping opportunities.
Weather and Climate
Variable North European climate.
Flights: Low cost airlines operate from Stansted to Glasgow Prestwick on a daily basis.
Airport: Glasgow Prestwick airport is roughly 20 miles from Turnberry Resort, and train services run to nearby Ayr from Glasgow.
Car hire: Choice of operators available from Glasgow Prestwick airport.
Groupon Top Tip
The area is world-famous for its expertly distilled single malt whiskeys, so be sure to pick up a bottle before you go home.
Perched along Scotland’s dramatic coastline, guests found that the Turnberry Resort offered cosy lodgings and helpful staff for a relaxing Caledonian getaway. 190 users on TripAdvisor awarded the hotel a loch-sized 4.5/5 stars.
This hotel not only matched our expectations it surpassed them. Our ocean view room looked out to the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig, the bed was quite simply the biggest and most comfortable I've been in and the bathrrom [sic] was amazing with a bath that I just couldn't resist.
– Ferrygate, TripAdvisor, October 2011
This was the perfect location for tranquillity, relaxation in a beautiful and remote location. Great food, great hotel room overlooking the sea. As a Brit living in the States I liked the traditional feel.
– David G, TripAdvisor, August 2011