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We all need a little grandeur in our life now and then, and the beautiful Marine Troon Hotel has plenty of it. It’s the ideal place for days and nights you’ll never forget, nestled on Scotland’s renowned west coast and featuring breathtaking views out to sea as well as one of the most famous golf courses in the world.

This Victorian grande dame has been given a magnificent makeover with marine accents after being taken over by Marine & Lawn Hotels and Resorts a year ago. Beyond its doors is the 18th fairway of Royal Troon’s Old Course, but there’s also a pool and spa, squash court, and a star-worthy restaurant serving up the most delicious Scottish cuisine with a twist to keep non-golfers entertained.


Location

Glasgow is just 30 minutes drive away and Ayr is a 10-minute drive. Within a 15-minute drive, guests can also reach Culzean Castle and Country Park or various other notable castles and historical sights. The area surrounding Marine Troon offers many premium golf courses and Ayr Racecourse. 

Guests can also relish some relaxing leisurely walks along the shoreline with famous restaurants such as Scotts and The Wee Hurrie close by. The Burns National Heritage Park is also worth a visit. 


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The Rooms

The property itself originates from 1894 and is a baronial waterfront mansion, thanks to new American owners who have put a creative twist on its historical bones with a slick multi-million-pound renovation.

The hotel makes a journey from sea to sky in many of its 89 rooms, with westward-facing accommodations soaked in uninterrupted and beautiful views of the South Ayrshire coast. There are Marine Rooms and Suites, as well as Classic Rooms, all with new bathrooms and some with walk-in showers and fairway-green tiling. 

All bedrooms offer en-suite facilities and are elegantly designed. Some boast golf views of Royal Troon and sea views over the Firth of Clyde. Wireless internet access and parking are free of charge to hotel guests.


Dining & Drink

With stunning views out to sea, Marine Troon is home to The Rabbit restaurant, open daily, for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Dishes are prepared using locally sourced produce and tables boast magnificent views. The Seal bar Lounge offers light snacks and drinks from the lounge menu throughout the day.

The Rabbit restaurant is the more formal option, with checkerboard flooring and art deco lighting. Serving up high-brow modern Scottish dishes including Ayrshire flank steak and Shetland pollock with sea greens and herby mash. The most incredible Seafood Bouillabaisse can also be ordered from the menu and is highly recommended.

The Seal bar serves a variety of pub favourites including beer-battered fish and chips and a delicious house burger. Breakfast will quickly wake you up: in addition to smoked salmon, eggs and full Scottish breakfasts, guests can help themselves to Ayrshire meats, fruit, cereal and baskets of choc-chip muffins and freshly-baked pastries.


Wellness Facilities & Spa

The hotel boasts a wealth of leisure and fitness facilities, including a modern fitness suite, sauna, spa bath, steam room, indoor pool and beauty salon.

Whether you’re staying for a few hours or a few days, the excellent spa should be at the top of your agenda. You will be able to enjoy the utmost top-tier luxury from the minute you step through the door. There are plenty of relaxing, revitalising treatments to recharge you here, including Ishga treatments using the purest seaweed from Scotland. After you’ve been thoroughly pampered, the spectacular 17-metre indoor pool will help you unwind even more.


Service

The hotel is pet-friendly, although it charges £30per pet per night including use of Dog bed, water bowl and dog treats. Guests should contact hotel at time of reservation when bringing their pet to ensure correct bedroom allocation and charges applied.

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KeiKei is a London-based award-winning journalist and videographer with a degree in Broadcast Media and Journalism from the University of the West of Scotland and an extensive reporting background in news, entertainment, travel, and lifestyle.

KeiKei has travelled the globe interviewing, reporting and reviewing. Her work has been published in worldwide media outlets including, The New York Post, The Guardian, The Mirror, The Daily Mail, National Geographic and Conde Nast publications.

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