Published on : Wednesday, August 12, 2020
Whether it’s a family holiday or a getaway with friends, we’re all eager to experience some much-needed rest, relaxation and security this autumn and winter and the iconic Trump Turnberry, A Luxury Collection Resort has the perfect solution with its new luxury staycation breaks.
The exclusive lifestyle hotel is the ideal base for an adventure on Scotland’s glorious west coast, with a variety of cosy self-catering cottages and luxurious villas available to book over the coming months.
Turnberry has been an iconic landmark on Ayrshire’s captivating coastline since 1906 and provides a superb location to enjoy a region steeped in history – from castles and distilleries to endless sandy beaches and the birthplace of Scotland’s favourite son, Robert Burns.
Situated in the grounds of the resort and within easy reach of many of its facilities, Turnberry’s two-bedroom Signature Cottages are ideally suited for couples and families.
The fully-equipped, self-contained accommodation offers guests of all ages access to the resort’s on-site outdoor pursuits as well as residential rates on its two championship courses and choice of five distinctive dining experiences.
Alternatively, larger groups of friends and families can enjoy exclusive use of one of Turnberry’s spacious eight-bedroom villas, which can accommodate up to 16 people.
Bookable for a minimum two nights, the ‘Friends and Family Stay’ retreat features dinner each night – including a meal in the resort’s signature restaurant 1906 and a ‘Turnberry at Home’ dinner delivered to you – a daily continental breakfast hamper and full access to all resort activities during your stay.
A four-time host of the Open Championship, Turnberry’s legendary Ailsa golf course is one of the most recognisable venues in golf and has been redesigned and transformed into an even more impressive and beautiful challenge. Sitting alongside it are the magnificent King Robert the Bruce course and impressive nine-hole Arran course.
Non-golfers can relax and unwind in the sanctuary of the resort’s soon-to-open Spa or relax on the terrace enjoying views across to the Isle of Arran (known as Scotland in miniature), while food lovers will be spoilt for choice with local Scottish produce in the dining venues, from the signature restaurant 1906, a unique Chef’s Table experience, the elegant Grand Tea Lounge and Bar serving a tantalising Afternoon Tea and the Duel in the Sun restaurant. Alternatively, thrill-seekers can enjoy a range of breathtaking activities such as an invigorating horse ride on the beach or kite surfing along the coast.