Piersland House Hotel
South West Scotland, Scotland
Piersland House Hotel overview
Piersland House offers 37 stylish guest rooms across three different accommodation options. The main house and The Lodge offer traditional hotel guest rooms, whilst the more family friendly Mews rooms are in a courtyard setting that surround the main house. All have multiple amenities that you would expect from a 4-star hotel.
Restaurant & Bars
Piersland House also provides guests with a variety of great dining experiences. The Walker Bar and Restaurant offers a more informal and relaxed atmosphere along with a fine selection of wines, malt whisky and gins, whilst the Red Bowl Restaurant has a slightly more contemporary feel, providing an extensive seasonal and traditional menu, catering for all tastes.
Did You Know
The original Piersland Lodge was built as a private residence in 1899 for Sir Alexander Walker, the grandson of Johnnie Walker who founded the internationally famous Scotch whisky firm. Although converted into a hotel in 1956, Piersland House still retains its original country house character today.
Golf courses near to Piersland House Hotel
Prestwick Golf Course
Host of 24 Open Championships and the first Open in 1860, few courses can match the history of Prestwick. Playing here is to take a step back in time and enjoy links golf as it was once played.
Regular Open Championship Qualifying course on the southwest coast of Scotland, Gailes Links is an unsung layout that should be included on any must-play list for this region.
Recognized as one of the best new courses in Scotland, Dundonald is a demanding championship links course close to Royal Troon, Prestwick and Turnberry. Ranked Top 100 in Britain.
Western Gailes Golf Course
Western Gailes is a classic links layout. Situated on a narrow strip of land between the railway and the ocean in the South West of Scotland it is an interesting examination of most clubs in the bag.
Kilmarnock Barassie Golf Course
One of South West Scotland’s tougher links courses, located just north of Royal Troon with a standard scratch of 74 relative to par of 72. An Open Championship Final Qualifying venue.