From Our Editors
Boasting over a century of history, the resort features kilted doormen, as well as extensive grounds featuring a lighthouse and views of the rugged coastline. The venue offers an array of rooms, ranging from classic doubles and family rooms to suites or sea-view accommodation, with various lodges and self-catering apartments also available. Guests can visit for golf breaks, with resort being home to the Ailsa Championship course, offering links golfing complete with undulating greens and holes skirting the edge of the sea. Various lounges, bars and clubhouses offer drinks and treats, while the 1906 restaurant serves up modern French cuisine and the Chef’s Table gives visitors a chance to sample a bespoke tasting menu next to an open kitchen. The on-site spa offers an array of treatments, while the resort’s grounds offer space for different outdoor pursuits and the Wee Explorers playroom gives little ones a chance to burn off some energy.