A Luxury Collection Destination, Scotland
The breathtaking vistas of the West Coast’s rugged, rocky coastline are crowned by the remnants of ancient castles, long-standing lighthouses, and picturesque Scottish villages. The birthplace of Robert Burns, the area also witnessed one of the most famous golf matches: 1977’s Duel in the Sun.
Celebrate the holiday season in festive Scottish style with a magnificent banquet and live entertainment in the Trump Turnberry’s grand, historic ballroom.
Join the Scottish Chamber Orchestra at Ayr Town Hall to celebrate the New Year in Viennese style, with a special performance of festive Austrian classics.
Experience the quintessential Burns Night dinner and celebrate the birthday of Scotland’s national poet in the house where he was born.
Also known as the Burns an’ a’ That Festival, this week-long celebration of Scotland’s bard consists of events around Alloway and Ayr, including concerts, food festivals, family activities, and more.
Vibrant fireworks light up the magnificent, rugged Scottish coastline just south of Turnberry for one night each fall, kicking off the festive Christmas season.
Peruse local Ayrshire handicrafts, fruits and vegetables, flowers, and homemade treats at this classic countryside market hosted at regularly at Culzean Castle.
Meet local Scottish artisans and stock up on traditional crafts like metalwork, artwork, and ceramics at this popular fair held once a month in Culzean Castle’s historic Stone Barn.
At the heart of Trump Turnberry is the elegant Grand Tea Lounge & Bar, which has been serving afternoon tea in its refined salon since the resort first opened in 1906.
Named for the year the resort opened, 1906 is Trump Turnberry’s signature restaurant, bringing the tastes of Italy to its magnificent, Belle Époque ballroom overlooking the Ayrshire coast.
Sample fresh Scottish seafood and local produce at the legendary Ailsa course’s club-like restaurant, named for the legendary game contest between Tom Watson and Jack Nicklaus.
Admire the scenery and fortify yourself on classic pub fare in this scenic eatery located in Turnberry’s iconic lighthouse, between the 9th and 10th holes of the Ailsa course.
Splash through the sparkling waters of the Ayrshire shoreline on horseback.
Sip tea and nibble cakes in the refined Grand Tea Lounge and Bar, an elegant destination since the resort opened in 1906.
Between the renowned Ailsa, Kintyre, and Arran Courses, as well as the Golf Academy at Trump Turnberry, the hotel is home to one of Scotland’s most exceptional golf experiences.
Set among 800 acres of Scottish countryside, the ESPA-run Spa at Turnberry offers an environment of pure relaxation for enjoying treatments that soothe and refresh both body and mind.