Ayrshire Coast: Two or Three Night Stay For Two With Afternoon Tea, Wine and Breakfast from £119 at Woodland Bay Hotel
- Coastal hotel in the heart of Burns Country
- Awarded Trip Advisor 2012 Certificate of Excellence award
- Restaurant and lounge bar with an array of malt whiskies
- Golf courses nearby
- Wheelchair accessible
- Double or twin en suite room
- Afternoon tea on first day with a glass of house wine each
- Breakfast served each morning
- Dogs allowed for supplement
Must book by 31 October 2012.
Limit 1 per 2 people. Limit 1per stay.
Booking required by phone: 01465 710700.
48-hour cancellation policy.
Dogs must be mentioned at time of booking.
Check-in from 1.30pm; check-out by 11am.
Must be 18 or older with valid ID for wine option.
0-3 years stay free when sharing a room with 2 adults.
4-14 years can stay at a supplement of £25 per child per night including accommodation and breakfast when sharing with 2 adults.
Cots are available free of charge on request.
Valid for afternoon tea with glass of wine each, served from 2pm till 4pm on day of arrival only.
Lounge bar and function rooms open from mid-September 2012.
Dogs may stay for £20 supplement per dog, payable on arrival.
Valid for option purchased only.
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A lyrical retreat, the Woodland Bay Hotel is an ode to relaxation amongst the rolling seascapes, historic relics and world-class golf courses of Burns Country.
Wax holiday with today's Groupon from Woodland Bay Hotel. Choose from the following options:
Stay for two
In a double or twin en-suite room with an afternoon tea with wine and breakfast each morning
- £119 for a two night stay
- £156 for a three night stay
Brushed by brisk sea breezes from the cove, this award-winning hotel matches inspiring environs with splendid facilities and rustic stylings. The Woodland Bay Hotel satiates a whole host of eclectic appetites with an international menu at Beulah’s Restaurant, while an accompanying lounge bar (open mid-September 2012) warms up taste buds with its rich array of Scottish malt whiskies. Located near meandering country trails, those who can leave the cosy retreat can take pretty wanders through rock pools and cliff top idylls.
Relish the romance of this wild terrain with an afternoon’s hike along the Ayrshire Coastal Path, which takes in 100 miles of dramatic headland and is watched over by the stunning peaks of the Arran mountains. Similarly swoon-worthy experiences may be found at Ayr’s Robert Burns Birthplace Museum, around a 35-minute drive from the hotel, where a unique array of artefacts and manuscripts provide a moving insight into the life and works of one of Caledonia’s most famous sons. Delve further into local history at the majestic Culzean Castle, the 18th century turrets of which loom over a splendorous country estate, or perhaps enjoy a day’s leisure on the breezy fairways of the links golf course in Prestwick.
- Double or twin room with en suite, broadband access and satellite TV
- Afternoon tea on day of arrival with a glass of wine each
- Breakfast served each morning
- Dogs allowed for £20 supplement per dog