Trump Turnberry Resort
Trump Turnberry was opened in 1906, has a magnificent location on the Ayrshire coast and was the host of The Open four times. A place where all types of passengers are welcome, from families to groups of friends to travelers who travel on their own.
It offers restaurants and bars with stunning views of the Irish Sea. Guests can enjoy an exquisite menu of typical Scottish food in the signature restaurant 1906, just one of the 6 restaurants they have. Or relax in the Grand Tea Lounge, perfect for a drink before or after eating.
- Home to four Open editions, Ailsa has shaped some of the most remarkable moments like the “Duel in the Sun” between Watson and Nicklaus in 1977; this typical links course has the most impressive 9 consecutive holes set alongside the Ayrshire coastline. Redesigned by Martin Ebert in 2014, the course has been completely restored and revamped and is now part of Trump Turnberry. It is considered the best Golf Resort in Scotland, featuring beautiful views of Ailsa Crail (the huge rock that rises from the sea) and on the 9th the picture perfect remains of Robert the Bruce’s lighthouse and castle.
King Robert The Bruce
The course was named after the King of Scotland. Martin Ebert was commissioned to redesign it. This incredible course will thrill golfers of all skill levels, with stunning views from 8th, 10th and 11th, of the castle and lighthouse ruins and in the background Ailsa Craig.
Lavishly furnished, this room reflects the rich history of the complex.
8 bedroom condos with a common game and living room, ideal for large groups of friends who want some privacy.
Other things to do
The hotel has a private beach where you can go horseback riding if you wish. It also offers activities such as archery, rifle shooting, off-road excursions in 4x4, bicycle rental, among others.
The hotel also features a luxurious spa, a pool with stunning views of Ailsa Craig Island, with a wide range of relaxing treatments, a fitness studio and a gym.
Some local attractions that can be visited are: the Isle of Arran, Culzean Castle, Galloway Forest Park, among others.
When to travel
The best time to travel to Scotland is from May to September, as there will be a mild climate with little precipitation. We recommend booking 120 to 200 days in advance.
How to get there
Situated on the west coast of Scotland it is a 1h20m drive from Glasgow, where the International Airport is located.