Piersland House is a stunning country mansion house style hotel in glorious grounds and gardens in Ayrshire, and a mere 100 yds from the clubhouse at Royal Troon, making it the ideal venue for the nomadic golfer seeking to ‘collect’ the Open Championship courses. This architectural masterpiece is the former home of the Johnnie Walker Scotch Whisky family, is now one of the leading accommodations in its class for the whole of Ayrshire, ranked number-one by TripAdvisor for the town of Troon.
If travelling as golfing buddies Faraway Fairways seek to secure for you the a Superior twin room in the main house. These rooms are both stylish, spacious, and luxurious and vary in size and outlook. Alternatively we could look to the Mews rooms which are set in a courtyard surrounding the main house, each with lounge with sofa bed and separate bedroom. Can be set as a double or twin. These rooms can be set up to accommodate three adults and potentially invite a little bit of a saving
Superior double or twin room
An engaging, timeless ambience of quiet sophistication, elegance and charm will strike you as soon as you enter. The original Piersland Lodge was built as a private residence in 1899 by the renowned Scottish architect William Leiper. It was the home of Sir Alexander Walker, grandson of Johnnie Walker, founder of the internationally famous Scotch whisky firm. Sir Alexander was Managing Director of Johnnie Walker Whisky and he created Johnnie Walker Red and Black labels. It remained a family home until its conversion into a hotel in 1956 however it still retains its original country house character today
The building has character with dark wood panelling much in evidence that perhaps lends a nod to the traditional Highlands hunting lodge.
Whether you are looking for a welcoming fireside meal or a more contemporary fine dining experience, Piersland House mixes traditional and modern dining at for all tastes. The hotel’s extensive terrace is wonderful for alfresco eating during the summer
The Walker Bar and Restaurant is the ideal place to sample the extensive range of tempting malts on display
Red Bowl Restaurant has been designed to reflect modern eating in a country house setting. The décor is tasteful with a real modern flair, and with Scotland’s larder on the doorstep, the food experience reflects quality local produce whenever possible
The breakfast restaurant is lighter in ambience and provides you with an uplifting start to the day
Even though we have to impose some supplementary surcharges in line with passing costs on, we endeavour to adopt a sincere position that doesn’t seek to penalise such travellers and exploit your situation, occasionally absorbing some of the cost ourselves. Despite our commitment to fair play, there is still ultimately only two bottom-line options:
1: Pay a single traveller supplement
2: If you indicate a willingness, we can attempt to pair you in a twin room
It is worth mentioning that a single person will rarely be allowed to play a round of golf solo, and you will almost certainly be required to join a group. This can sometimes work to your advantage though, as you’ll be more flexible.
Most hotels operate a cancellation premium of some description. The amount charged however varies between chains, and even different hotels within the same chain, it also fluctuates with little sense of predictability. In addition, the terms and conditions also differ with 3 days to 24 hours being typical cut-off points beyond which cover is invalidated. Group bookings can find they’re subjected to 28 days given that a hotelier takes a bigger risk accepting such a reservation to a mass cancellation. We try to reserve piecemeal as a result
Our policy is to recover what we can for you, but we are restricted in line with what the hotel offers. It’s always helpful to check the individual hotels T&C’s. We advise you if booking by credit card, to check that you don’t hold an added service item that came when you signed up. This might cover you.