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Lulled by the staggering beauty of mile after mile of Ayrshire coast, guests driving in are often unprepared for the attention commanded by the stately Turnberry Resort when it bursts into view. A hotel in the style of an opulent Edwardian country house was built on this 800-acre estate at the turn of the 20th century, and its grandeur has been carefully preserved ever since. Rooms in Turnberryï¿½s magnificently restored, historic hotel have remained true to the resortï¿½s aristocratic roots as a grand country house.
Each room is individually designed with rich woods, fine fabrics and genteel dï¿½cor that create an elegant atmosphere. Many offer breathtaking views of the estate or the Irish Sea, Ailsa Craig and the Isle of Arran. Dining and drinking are central to the true Turnberry experience.
Here, partake of forgotten classics, hearty local fare and modern delights. Sample locally distilled highland and lowland whiskies, including a recipe named in Turnberryï¿½s honour. Our cellars hold wines and whiskies?'malt and grain, single and blended?'as various as you can imagine.
Spectacular cuisine or casual provisions, elegant dining or a relaxed 19th-hole atmosphere can all be found in this celebrated place. The Spa at Turnberry: an oasis of tranquillity recognised as one of Europeï¿½s finest spas. Set amongst 800 acres of beautiful Scottish countryside along the Atlantic coast, it offers the perfect environment for surrendering to the utter relaxation that soothes both body and mind.
As a member of The Starwood Spa Collection, The Spa at Turnberry embraces the Seven Pillars of Well-beingï¿½, a philosophy focused on restoring the essential elements of nature, harmony, life balance, beauty, aqua, nutrition and vitality. Guided by this holistic approach, the spa offers a comprehensive selection of treatments aimed at creating mind-body harmony: massage, hot stone therapy, envelopments, body scrubs, facials, hydrotherapy, fitness evaluations and training, and much more.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
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