The Piersland House overlooks Royal Troon Golf Course (host to the Open Championship) and is within 30 minutes of 10 top quality Championship courses including Turnberry, Dundonald Links, Old Prestwick and Western Gailes.
Situated on the dramatic Ayrshire coastline offering breathtaking scenery and 10 miles south is the Birthplace of Scotland’s famous Bard, Robert Burns. Further down the coast is Culzean Castle with its Eisenhower Exhibition.
The 4 Star Hotel is set in tranquil leafy gardens and has been providing renowned warm hospitality and excellent food and customer service for over 30 years under the same management. Accommodation comprises 37 luxury and perfect appointed bedrooms including rooms in-house, cottage suites and lodges.
The Piersland is a Grade A listed building and was built in 1899 by renowned Scottish Architect William Leiper as the home for Sir Alexander Walker, Grandson of Johnnie Walker, founder of the Scottish Whisky firm (probably best known for Red Label and Black Label whisky).
Easily accessible from Prestwick, Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports.