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Beautiful Beach

Apartment | 2 bedrooms | sleeps 4

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0 km
  • Great for children of all ages 5
  • Car advised
  • Some pets are welcome - please contact the owner

The apartment provides impeccable luxury and comfort, with fixtures and fittings throughout of the highest standard and private balconies providing beautiful coastal views.

Surrounding Turnberry and the superb walking, cycling, riding and golfing that the breathtaking landscape affords you, are a huge number of further attractions to explore and enjoy. In the immediate area alone are fascinating historical sites such as the cliff-top Culzean Castle, described as the 'Jewel in the Crown' for the Scottish National Trust, and the Robert Burns National Heritage Park and associated locations. Further pastimes available to you include salmon fishing in the river Stincher or in the many lochs, horse-racing at Ayr and shopping in the many charming small villages of the area or in the vibrant city of Glasgow, only 45 minutes away by car and celebrated for its shopping and night-life.

The apartments' superb location places them just a few minutes' walk away from some of the finest golfing in Scotland, with access to courses such as Ailsa, Kintyre, Prestwick and Royal Troon. Staying at the Turnberry Links Estate also means that you are just a short stroll away from the fantastic facilities of the Turnberry Hotel, including its pool and spa, for which visitors can purchase day passes.

See our website on the contact page for availability and booking details.

Size Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms
Nearest beach Turnberry 500 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car advised, Wheelchair users
Nearest Amenities 1 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Prestwick 12 km, Nearest railway: Maybole 12 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Internet access, DVD player, Sea view
General Central heating, TV, Video player, CD player, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (2), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Shared garden
Access Parking, Wheelchair users, Lift access
Further details indoors

Accessed via a tree-lined driveway, these exclusive apartments enjoy a quiet, secluded location in extensive private grounds with ample parking spaces. Each apartment is fitted to an extremely high standard and incorporates all the facilities one would expect to find in a luxury home

The fully furnished, beautiful contemporary apartment accommodate four people with two spacious double bedrooms including fitted wardrobes. One bedroom is en suite and both rooms are prepared as either double or twin to suit our guests' requirements. There is also a sofa bed. The main bathroom and en suite are fitted with bath, shower and toilet.

The kitchen is fully fitted with Whirlpool appliances, integrated oven, hob and extractor, microwave, fridge freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. For added convenience we have included all crockery, cutlery, glasses, pots/pans, earthenware and additional appliances such as toaster, kettle, iron and ironing board which complete a fully self catered kitchen.

The spacious lounge area comfortably seats four people and features a focal fire in the unmistakable style of Rennie Mackintosh. French doors open on to a balcony from the lounge, some boasting views across to the famous Ailsa Course, while others look across Scotland's stunning west coast. A widescreen television, a video recorder, a DVD player and a hi-fi system with CD player are all provided for your enjoyment

Information folders have been collated for the apartment providing details of local facilities, restaurants and attractions.

See our website on the contact page for availability and booking details.

Further details outdoors

See our website on the contact page for availability and booking details.

Further details

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The Central Scotland/Strathclyde region

The stunning natural beauty of Scotland's West Coast is yours within minutes.

The Turnberry Links Estates is a superb destination in its own right, with the broad sandy beach on its doorstep and the championship golf courses, luxurious spa, Outdoor Activity Centre and other excellent facilities of the Westin Turnberry Hotel just moments away. Just beyond these delights, however, you will discover the area has boundless pleasures to offer for all tastes and pursuits.

The apartments are situated on the spectacular Ayrshire coastline, a place of natural beauty and cultural wealth. Here in the birthplace of Robert the Bruce and Robbie Burns, you can explore historic ruins, restored castles and fascinating museums, enjoy stunning scenery and country walks or take the easy trip into Glasgow for a cosmopolitan mix of boutiques and big city living just a 45 minute drive away.

The coastline provides endless pastimes ranging from beach picnics to sea angling, from island hopping boat trips to watersports. The Ailsa Craig bird and seal colony is a short boat trip from the fishing village of Girvan. Further up the coast at Largs you can take the car ferry to the Isle of Arran and spend the day in 'miniature Scotland'. There are also two excellent swimming pools within five miles of the apartments, at Maypole and Girvan.

Only 2 miles away through the village of Maidens, is Culzean Castle, one of Scotland's oldest and most famous houses and ancestral home of the Marquess of Ailsa. The interiors have been beautifully restored and the estate also offers scenic walks through its Red Deer Park with attractions such as The Walled Garden, The Swan Pond and The Pagoda to enjoy.

Drive along the Carrick coast and you will encounter the Electric Brae, a gravity hill where cars appear to be drawn uphill by some mysterious attraction, and the dramatic ruins of Dunure Castle. Further along you will quickly come into the village of Alloway, birth place of one of Scotland's favourite sons Robbie Burns. Here you can take in the Tam O'Shanter Experience, Brig O'Doon, The Burns Monument and The Burns Cottage. For those who have the energy left, Ayr town offers shopping, restaurants and nightlife to carry you through to the twilight hours.


There are three world famous British Open Championship venues on the doorstep as well as seven British Open Qualifying Courses in close proximity with around another 30 golf courses within a 30 mile radius of Turnberry.

Notable tourist attractions in the area include a Sandy Beach, Culzean Castle, The Big Idea at Irvine, Vikingar, Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park, Burns National Heritage Park, Scottish Maritime Museum, Kelburn Castle, Ayr Races and Crossraguel Abbey.

Once you are truly exhausted we can thoroughly recommend a local fish and chip supper!

Ayr Racecourse

Come racing at Ayr and enjoy a great day out at Scotland's top racing venue. Ayr stages both National Hunt and Flat races, providing all year round entertainment and top sporting action. Ayr boasts Scotland's only grade one racetrack.

Walking and Cycling

Ayrshire and Arran are great places to bring your walking boots or bike and head off into the open countryside. Walkers have a choice of hill walking and rambling, while Arran poses greater challenges of ridge walking and mountaineering. The National Cycling Network has routes in Ayrshire, passing through some of the most scenic countryside, and making use of off the road tracks and waterside paths wherever possible. For more information on walks & trails in Ayrshire and Arran.

Crossraguel Abbey, near Maybole

Owned and managed by Historic Scotland, Crossraguel Abbey was one of the few Cluniac settlements in Scotland. The abbey's ruins are extensive. Open Apr - Sept 7 days 0930 - 1830. Tel: 01655 883113

Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park

Set in over 500 acres of majestic Ayrshire countryside, Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park has got to be a great day out for the whole family. With new rides to suite all ages in a clean, safe environment including; the famous â??Twist nâ?? Shout, reverse loop Rollercoaster, the amazing â??Tidal Waveâ?? Swing Boat, the â??Loudoun Logâ?? water flume, unique Mechanical Tractor and Horse rides, live shows, Birds of Prey, Rare Breeds and mouthwatering food outlets - Loudoun is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Go on give your mouth something to shout about at the new Loudoun Castle Family Theme Park near Galston, Kilmarnock.The season starts on April 3rd 2004.

Arran Heli-Tours

Arran Heli-Tours is a Scenic Helicopter Tour and Charter service based at the Balmichael Visitor Centre, Shiskine, on the Isle of Arran. We offer scenic tours, transfers and emergency collections.

Turnberry Hotel Spa and Swimming pool

Offers spectacular views towards Ailsa Craig and features 12 luxurious treatment rooms, 2 hydrotherapy rooms, heat experiences, relaxation rooms, a 20 metre pool and a fully equipped fitness studio. Treat yourself to a day of pampering! (exts charges apply; please book direct with Turnberry Hotel.

Brodick Castle and Country Park

The woodland garden, begun in 1923 by the Duchess, is now home to an internationally acclaimed rhododendron collection. The walled garden dating from 1710 has been restored as an Edwardian garden. Find out about the gardenâ??s fascinating history and plant collections in a new audio tour. The Country Park has waymarked trails, woodlands, waterfalls, gorges, wildlife ponds, a nature room and wildlife garden. Restored ice-house, adventure playground.

Kidz Play - The Esplanade, Prestwick, KA9 1QG

The Ultimate Indoor Adventure Playground Children love adventure. In their imagination they are the hero or heroine of their own particular adventure. So let your child's imagination run riot in the warm, safe environment of Kid'z Play. Kid'z Play is a purpose built indoor play centre for children containing the latest in modern play equipment. Equipment that lets your child play in safety, whilst you watch from the comfort of our cafe. Kid'z Play is safe, clean and dry.

Fishing in Ayr

This south west area of Scotland has some real quality, low-priced salmon fishing in rivers such as the Doon , Stinchar and Ayr. The River Stinchar, in South Ayrshire is perhaps the most celebrated of the local salmon rivers, and it can have excellent runs of Salmon, especially in the late Summer and Autumn. In common with most west-coast rivers, the fish run best after heavy rain. Arran provides some first-rate spate river fishing potential in an island which offers wide and diverse tourism opportunities.

Horse Riding in Ayrshire

Scottish air and wonderful scenery, the ingredients that make horse riding here in Ayrshire so enjoyable. A variety of local competitions and rallies are held throughout the year. Choose from a huge number of stables and activities, including trekking, hacking and even beach riding on the beautiful Ayrshire Coast. Suitable for riders of all abilities. Contact us for further details oR visit:

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15 Mar 2013



We stayed in a 2bedroom apartment next to Turnberry Hotel. They are not part of the hotel so you cannot use the spa facilities unless you book a treatment.The apartment was clean, spacious and well ap… More

Dear Guest,

Thank you for your comments; we are delighted you had a great stay.

Turnberry Links Estate Staff

6 Jan 2013


"Good location"

The apartment is spacious for a family of 4 and is in a good location. It was clean and the maintenance company were very helpful as we had a couple of problems with the electrical appliances - the f… More

Dear Sirs,

Thank you for your feedback. We were unaware the CD player was faulty and would have immediately attended to this, had we been notified of the problem. We are also now upgrading to an ipod dock.

We have slightly amended a few items on our listing, in order to try and make the details in relation to the Turnberry Hotel clearer.

Thank you for your feedback.

Turnberry Links Estate team

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