Hotels in Troon

Piersland House Hotel
15 Craigend Road
Ayrshire and Arran

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As a hotel in Troon of long standing repute, and set in lovely landscaped grounds, it has been at the forefront of providing hospitality and accommodation to Troon’s residents and visitors alike for nearly 50 years. Now Piersland House Hotel, the original Piersland Lodge was built in 1899 by the renowned Scottish architect William Leiper, as the home for Sir Alexander Walker, grandson of Johnnie Walker, founder of the Scotch whisky firm Johnnie Walker. Sir Alexander was Managing Director of Johnnie Walker whisky and created Johnnie Walker Red and Black label.

The hotel, which is located opposite the Royal Troon Golf Course, world renowned location of the British Open Golf Championship, remained a family home until 1956 and is still retains the original country house character.

The hotel’s terrace is wonderful for alfresco eating during the summer and the hotel is also one of Troon’s and Ayrshire’s premier hotel wedding venues.


Ratings/Awards: AA 3 Stars
STB 4 Stars
Number of Rooms: 30
Number Ensuite: 30

Price per Person

Double: From £65 - £115
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