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Trump Turnberry cottages get £1.6m makeover

Trump Turnberry has restored its collection of nine two-bedroom cottage suites at a cost of £1.6m.

Dating back to 1902, the Cottage Suites are at the forefront of the resort’s accommodation and have each been fully restored with Turnberry’s surroundings and heritage in mind. 

Available for three-, four- and seven-night stays, each cottage suite sleeps up to four people and comprises a lounge, fully equipped kitchen and two spacious bedrooms, with amenities and technology to allow for a comfortable stay. 

Guests have the option of enjoying the resort’s spa, play time for the children at the on-site crèche, dining in the resort’s restaurants, or experiencing golf on the Open Championship Ailsa course, King Robert the Bruce course and Golf Academy. They can also take advantage of horse riding and Turnberry Adventures on site, which offers everything from archery and quad bike safaris, to mini highland games and water zorbing.

“We’re very proud to unveil the Cottage Suites at Turnberry. It’s a project we’ve put a lot of care and attention into and one which introduces a truly unique element to our renowned accommodation,” Ralph Porciani, general manager of Trump Turnberry said. “The Cottage Suites offer the unmistakable hospitality and atmosphere of Turnberry, but with the feel of a private haven for guests. They are perfectly suited to families and groups who want to explore everything Ayrshire has to offer including the nearby National Trust sites, Culzean Castle and Robert Burns Birthplace Museum. Each property has been lovingly restored and we are very much looking forward to welcoming guests to enjoy this new and exciting element of the resort.”