Prestwick Old Course Hotel
Although the Prestwick Old Course Hotel is recently under new management the building has long been established as one of the areas most recognisable buildings. The building dates back to 1854 & has had various incarnations including the "Auchencoyle Hotel" seen among the pictures further down the page. The hotel itself still retains many of the original features including the golf coat of arms that sits proudly at the top of the building. As the hotel sits right next to the golf course it affords our customers an excellent view of a selection of holes, many visitors have commented on the view afforded to them from the bar/lounge main window & from the first floor above. As you would expect from a hotel with a central location the local shops are a 5 minute walk from the hotel itself & with only a short journey to & from the airport we believe that choosing the" Prestwick Old Course Hotel " for your stay will only add to the enjoyment you will experience visiting this historic part of Scotland. We recieve many visitors to the hotel that are suprised to find that the Prestwick area is not just about golf,golf.golf. There are places to visit in the area many of them rich with history & provide a welcome break for the visitor that wants to explore the area & not just the rough or bunkers. At our reception area you will find leaflets & infomation about the best way to get about Prestwick & the surrounding area. Places of interest range from St Nicholas Church, Mercat Cross, Salt Pan Houses,The Sundial at Boydfield Gardens to the Prestwick Old Parish Church. The Prestwick Old Course Hotel welcomes you to Ayrshire
Services and terms: Prestwick Old Course Hotel
- People with reduced mobility access
Location: Prestwick Old Course Hotel
The hotel has an ideal location for golf lovers, as Ayrshire is home to some of the best courses in the world, from the Open Championship courses at Turnberry and Royal Troon, to the prestigious Prestwick and Gailes courses to a range of superb municipal facilities, many regarded as the best in Scotland. Although the area is usually first associated with golf, Ayrshire also has some of the most dramatic scenery in Scotland. The hotel is ideally situated close to the railway station and town centre. It is adjacent to Prestwick Golf Club and St Nicholas Golf Club and the sea front is a 5-minute walk away. Prestwick Airport is around 3 minutes away by taxi.
By car: Follow the signs for Prestwick International Airport and the hotel is 2 minutes from there. Follow the signs to Prestwick town, turn left into Station Road which becomes Links Road. The hotel is on the left-hand side. By rail: There is a sleeper service from London to Prestwick. The hotel is located about 1 minute away from the station.