Ayrshire Attractions

St. Andrew’s House is ideally placed to discover
Ayrshire's scenery, history, culture and leisure.

Culzean Castle

A cliff-top castle with gardens, beaches, woods, trails
and new adventure playgrounds to explore

Across the Water

Catch the ferry from mainland Ardrossan to the
island of Arran - Scotland in miniature!

Ayrshire, Arran and the Southern Hebrides

St. Andrew’s House is perfectly situated to explore scenic, historic Ayrshire, Arran and the Southern Hebrides. The area has a vast exciting heritage, history and archaeology to explore. Great location for walking, cycling, sea kayaking, wind surfing, sailing and golf..
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Golf Courses

St. Andrew’s House is nestled between Old Prestwick and Royal Troon golf courses. To the north is the famous ‘Monk’, the 9th green of Royal Troon and to the south is Old Prestwick, where the first OPEN championship was borne. A scenic 30 minutes drive along the spectacular coast of Ayrshire, will lead you to Turnberry. After a punishing round of golf, on this championship course, reward yourself by taking afternoon tea, at Turnberry Hotel. A perfect way to round off the day! With three Open Championship courses within a short drive and many more quality links and parkland courses to choose from, St. Andrew’s House is a perfect base for a golfing holiday in Ayrshire.

Land of Burns

Alloway is perhaps best known as the birthplace of Robert Burns (1759 - 1796), Scotland's national poet. The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum includes the famous Burns Cottage where he was born, landmarks included in his work, the Burns Monument and Memorial Gardens and the fantastic museum that holds some of his most important collections of work. These include letters and manuscripts, the pistol he carried while an exciseman and a lock of his hair. Burns set much of Tam O’Shanter here.
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The Great Outdoors

Enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle in Ayrshire. Go sea kayaking, kite surfing, sailing, wind surfing, fishing, play golf or get on your bike. Just grab a pair of boots or a wet suit and get outside. The National Cycle Path, Route 7 runs across the entrance to Prestwick Holiday Park. Experienced cyclists should make use of the undulating tarmac of the Ayrshire countryside, following the route laid out by British Road Cycling in 2016.

Get in touch

Prestwick Holiday Park,
Prestwick, Ayrshire
KA9 1UH

T: +44 (0)1292 479261

E: prestwickholidaypark@hotmail.co.uk

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