Situated on Scotland’s south west coast, Ayrshire caters to historians and nature lovers alike. Showcasing the very best of Scottish scenery and countryside, Ayrshire is particularly famous for being the birthplace of poet, Robert Burns, and King Robert the Bruce. There is a beautiful coastline and views of the Firth of Clyde and the Isle of Arran to the west, framed by the Kintyre Peninsula. Ayrshire is also home to the Glasgow/Prestwick Airport, meaning your trip will start the second you step off the plane.
You’ll be teeing off on numerous famous South Ayrshire golf courses that give Scotland its reputation as one of the best countries for the sport. Visit the Royal Troon Golf Course and the Turnberry Resort, which features three links courses, including the 18-hole King Robert the Bruce course and the Ailsa course, which was the host of four Open Championships. There’s also the Dundonald Links Course, which is named as one of the best courses in Scotland. Scotland is a golfer’s paradise, as it features around 100 links golf courses, including the oldest golf course in the world, the Old Course at St Andrews.
Stay at five-star rated hotels, famed restaurants, and enjoy some authentic scotch whisky at some of the best pubs, bars and distilleries, recommended by our representatives to ensure a seamless experience.