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Troon

This quaint Ayrshire town on the West Coast of Scotland is often referred to as ‘Scotland’s golf coast’ due to the number of nearby golf courses. Not only is Troon an iconic golf destination, it is also a great location for a seaside holiday with long sandy beaches, an idyllic esplanade which is ideal for an afternoon stroll and stunning views over the ocean. The surrounding pristine countryside provides visitors with ample opportunity for getting into the great outdoors, whether on foot or on your bike. If you want to take to the water, Troon is a renowned sailing destination and home to one of the country’s most popular marinas. Another great attraction for the area is that the birthplace of Robert Burns is located here and has now been transformed into a museum celebrating his astonishing life.

We love Troon because...

  • Great for golfers
  • Long sandy beaches
  • Popular sailing destination
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Hotels in Troon
Troon-Breaks trip-Marine Hotel
Marine Hotel
Crosbie Road Troon KA10 6HE

Luxury 4 star hotel which overlooks the 18th green of the Old Course of the Royal Troon Golf Club.

2 nights from
£109.00pp
Marine Hotel
Crosbie Road Troon KA10 6HE

Luxury 4 star hotel which overlooks the 18th green of the Old Course of the Royal Troon Golf Club.

In and around Troon

Dundonald Castle

This iconic castle dates back to the 14th century and over many centuries it ran into ruin and disrepair, before being renovated and opened to the public. Guests often enjoy the stunning views over the Forth of Clyde. The interior is gloomy and atmospheric, with halls and dungeons for visitors to explore. History buffs can learn all about the history of the building and the local area in the visitor centre. There are also a number of walks around the surrounding area, which give some fantastic views of the castle.

Burns National Heritage Park

This park brings the cottage where Burns lived together with a modern museum focused on the poet’s life and work, together with a range of other attractions. The cottage has been restored to resemble the 1757 humble home that Burns grew up in. The museum features a range of relics and personal items from the life of Robert Burns, and guests can take a guided tour – operated by passionate guides who can explain each artefact in detail.

Scottish Maritime Museum

Set on the shore of Irvine, this museum includes an excellent range of exhibits and artefacts detailing the story of Scots at sea. From a Viking Fourareen built from driftwood, to a boat built by Glaswegian teenagers as well as the many historical boats housed here. Guests can also try out the interactive exhibits and learn to sail in the indoor and outdoor ponds. The building itself is an 18th century shipyard and has a glass roof, allowing for a grand sight.

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