Although the town offers a range of accommodation for its visitors, during busy periods it can be difficult to secure a spot in the town.
Get ready for your next trip and read over My Voyage Scotland’s top picks for hotels in Troon.
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Hotels in Troon
Piersland House has a great reputation and is rated four stars by the Scottish Tourist Board.
Located opposite the Royal Troon golf course, you will not have far to travel when its T-time; and when golfing is done for the day, you’ll be back in a flash to cosy up to one of the hotel’s stunning traditional fireplaces.
This is My Voyage Scotland’s top pick for guests that want the full Scottish experience as the hotel offers over 200 malt whiskies behind its bar.
It boasts a backdrop of stunning gardens and exquisite grounds. The rooms and facade are a perfect spot for a wedding or a relaxing getaway. Once the home of the Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky family, this architectural delight has been a hotel for over 30 years.
This Troon establishment oozes a timeless, cosy appeal with an air of sophistication. The on-site eatery is renowned for its many culinary delights, whilst the guest accommodation boasts eclectically-styled bedrooms, and free parking and wifi.Check Online Availability
Marine Hotel in Troon
If you do decide that a spa break in Troon is on the cards, you can also book to stay at the Marine Hotel.
It is hard to miss this iconic Ayrshire property that dates to 1894 when you are walking along Troon’s seafront. At the end of a long day exploring this part of Scotland guests can enjoy the views from the comfort of the Marine Hotel’s Truin Restaurant which services some of the best traditional meals and fine food options that the town has to offer.Check Online Availability
If you are willing to stay on the outskirts of the town in the village of Loans you will not be disappointed.
This stunning bed and breakfast near Troon hasn’t lost its charm after a £1.8 million renovation. This award-winning 18th-century inn has been updated to have with modern luxuries but still has some of its distinctive features that guests love.
It is home to 20 boutique style bedrooms (which many describe as the finest in Ayrshire), an excellent menu, a relaxing beer garden and a friendly ambience.
It’s here you can embrace traditional Scottish hospitality. It’s little wonder this accommodation has been awarded ‘Small Hotel of the Year’ for three years running!Check Online Availability
This hotel in South Ayrshire is our top pick for foodies. The Highgrove House restaurant spoils guests with tasty daily specials and afternoon tea options that are simply mouth-watering.
Based on a hilltop that looks out on to the coastline across the Firth of Clyde, this is the perfect place to enjoy a romantic meal and stay if you want to catch the Ayrshire sunset in style.
Lochgreen House Hotel & Spa
Last but certainly not least the Lochgreen House Hotel & Spa. If you want the ultimate luxury break in Troon, picture yourself at this delightful Manor House.
Perfect for guests that are looking to spend a little more on their break to Troon for a special occasion, the Lochgreen House Hotel will take care of all the little extras you need to have a relaxing break in this peaceful part of Scotland.
Onsite you will have access to two gourmet Scottish restaurants that are overseen by acclaimed chefs, the hotel’s courtyard area a tennis court.
The Anchorage Hotel
If value for money is key, the Anchorage Hotel in Troon is a popular option that won’t break the bank. On-site, you’ll discover the hotel’s traditional Scottish bar, which is the perfect place to unwind after a day’s sightseeing.
The surrounding area is home to numerous outdoor activities, including fishing, golf, horse riding and more. It’s here you can enjoy the stunning Ayrshire locale and the entirety of West Scotland’s idyllic scenery, including the Firth of Clyde.
The hotel’s bedrooms boast picturesque sea views and welcoming fires. The train station is a stone’s throw from the hotel doorstep, offering limitless access to the nearby towns.Check Online Availability
Premier Inn Prestwick Airport
The Troon Premier Inn Prestwick Airport Hotel in South Ayrshire is the perfect alternative to holiday homes, and ideal for those who need to catch an early flight. Nearby attractions include the famous greens at Royal Troon, several famous golf courses and the Robert Burns Heritage Centre.
The hotel is home to a series of spacious rooms, comfy beds, parking and free wifi – the perfect place to relax after a day spent exploring Troon.
The South Beach Hotel
This family-run hotel in Troon is situated in South Ayrshire. Whether you’re visiting Troon for pleasure, work or a golfing stay (some of the most celebrated golf courses in Troon are nearby) guests are guaranteed a warm welcome.
Situated on the seafront, this is the perfect stay for those searching for hotels in Troon that promise an escape. The 32 en-suite, traditional bedrooms offer stunning garden and sea views. Guests can choose from single, double and twin rooms, as well as those with wheelchair access.
On-site, there is a popular dining establishment run by resident Head Chef Jonathon. Guests can dine in the snug restaurant (perfect for people with pets), the front-facing conservatory or the relaxed Lounge. Advanced bookings are advised.Check Online Availability
There are several top-notch B&Bs and holiday rentals in Troon, South Ayrshire to choose from, all varying in price and style. These guest houses are the perfect alternative to hotels in Troon and all feature wi-fi, on site parking and free breakfast.
Craig Holm Guest House
Just a stone’s throw from Pirate Pete’s, these cutesy Troon holiday rentals have a 3-star rating, are close to the town centre and boast six rooms offering sea views. Nearby attractions include Brig O’ Doon, the Ayr Seafront Playpark, and Rozelle Park.
Guests have access to wifi, toiletries, tea and coffee facilities, and a hearty English breakfast. Both the Horizon Hotel and Vista Bar are a short stroll away, whilst Ayr train station is 15 minutes by foot.
This unique bed and breakfast, situated in the heart of Ayr town centre, boasts three cosy courtyard rooms, all with their own entranceway. Just a short hop from the beach and town centre, Miller House is the perfect base to explore the surrounding area.
Both free WiFi and off-street parking is available to guests staying at the hotel.Check Online Availability
Self Catering Accommodation Troon
There are plenty of self-catering options in Troon to choose from. My Voyage Scotland has picked its favourite location – see below!
If you are planning a longer stay and would like to find first-class self-catering accommodation in Troon check out the Ailsa Retreat.
Perfect for couples that want to find a romantic retreat in the heart of the town, this one-bedroom apartment has everything you need for a self-catering stay.
Guest can enjoy the flat-screen TV with satellite channels and whip up some good old Scottish ”scran” in the apartments fully equipped kitchen.Check Online Availability
The Salt Lodge
Situated at Troon Yacht Haven, The Salt Lodge is home to a series of modern-day, versatile accommodation in a picture-perfect coast setting with a view of the harbour.
Guests can choose between one and two-bedroom suites, which feature sophisticated living spaces, and a dining and kitchen area. There are plenty of alternative places to dine at nearby. For more information, revert to the holiday rentals guide.Check Online Availability
This bright, airy one bedroom ground floor apartment is ideal for short and long term stays. Set five-minutes from the town centre and beach, it has everything you need for an idyllic getaway as well as unrestricted parking.
The property’s accommodation has enough bedrooms for three people, a large lounge, a fully-equipped kitchen, TV, wifi and parking included in the price.Check Online Availability
Holiday Cottages Troon
Looking for holiday rentals near Troon for the entire family? Holiday Cottages in South Ayrshire are a great idea and a good alternative to an apartment or hotel!
Overlooking idyllic hedgerows and fields with a vista of the sea, this spacious farm-style Troon property sits in a courtyard setting. All of the rooms are stylishly furnished and well-appointed, whilst the entire cottage boasts a welcoming ambience, free wifi and room for pets.
Here you’ll discover a handful of celebrated golf courses, fishing spots and the many sandy beaches the South Ayrshire coast is famed for. Other must-visit attractions in Troon include the Burns Heritage Trail, Culzean Castle, the picture-perfect mountains and scenic glens.
Plenty of pubs and shops can be found in the local Saltcoats holiday resort, which is less than a mile away from this Troon holiday rentals front doorstep.
Other amenities include an idyllic farm style kitchen, a washing machine, parking and wifi. The stunning bathroom houses a spa bath and shower, whilst the guest houses’ modern lounge is home to a log burner stove, TV, CD and DVD player.
This traditional Troon accommodation, a stone’s throw from Lamlash Bay, boasts an idyllic garden with views to Holy Isle. This Troon holiday rental is enveloped by beautiful scenery, natural history, culture and an array of eateries serving up delectable local dishes.
If you’re looking to escape the city rush, Craigmara in Troon is a must-visit. Nearby attractions include waterside pubs, the Octopus Centre and a gothic church.
If the ocean is more your thing, jump aboard an Ocean Breeze Rib Tour. If you’re lucky, you’ll catch sight of peregrines and porpoises, whilst learning all about the famous Ailsa Craig.
This holiday rental is an amalgamation of rustic charm and contemporary living – a perfect home away from home in Troon.
This cutesy cottage in Troon is a must-visit for those wishing to explore everything the beautiful Scottish Isle of Arran has to offer – surrounded by exquisite scenery, it’s the ideal place to embrace outdoorsy life.
With enough bedrooms for four people, it’s a great rental for family and groups of friends. Nearby you’ll discover the local Lamlash seaside town, boutique shops, cafes famed for their homemade cakes and a series of superb restaurants.
Other nearby attractions include the Holy Isle, Brodick and Goat Fell (the island’s tallest mountain).
Inside the holiday home, guests are privy to an open-plan kitchen, lounge and dining with French doors opening up on to a private outdoor space. Wifi and parking are included in the holiday rental’s fee.