A Golfer's Paradise

Our stunning 4 star hotel overlooks the 18th hole at Royal Troon.


The Perfect 19th Hole

If Scotland is the home of golf then Ayrshire is its capital. With a stunning collection of challenging links courses it really is a perfect place for golf break in Scotland.

So if you’re looking for a break away and to play some of the UK’s best golf courses then why not stay at The Marine Hotel in Troon. The hotel has a wide selection of rooms and packages available for every kind of stay. Why not visit our offers page or check availability now.

Our Golf Packages

In Ayrshire, you’re spoilt for choice when it comes to what courses to play during your short golf break in Scotland.

Royal Package

Enjoy 2 nights’ accommodation, 1 evening meal, 1 round of golf at The Old Course and 1 round of golf at Portland Course.

Offer available April – October, playing days are set midweek only and this offer is fully prepaid at booking stage and non-refundable and non-transferable.
per person sharing
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01292 314444
Gailes Package

3 nights Bed & Breakfast , 1 evening meal and 1 round of golf at each of the following courses: Western Gailes Golf Club, Glasgow Golf Club Gailes Links and Dundonald Links.

Offer available from all year round, however playing days are limited but available 7 days per week. This offer is fully prepaid at booking stage and non-refundable and non-transferable. 2 night packages also available,
per person sharing
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01292 314444


Prestwick is the birthplace of the Open Championship after it hosted the inaugural tournament in 1860. Seven of the original twelve greens used in the 1860 Open Championship are still in use and the course, on a day when the wind and rain gets up, provides the stiffest of golfing challenges. The course is a ten-minute drive from Marine Hotel Troon and is a must-visit for golfing historians.

Royal Troon has two fabulous courses, the Old Course and the Portland Course. The Old Course is the most famous of the two and is a traditional out and back links course, rated amongst the best in the world due to sheer challenge of the course itself coupled with the picturesque views. On a clear day, you can see the impressive mountains on the Isle of Arran to the west and the distant Ailsa Craig to the south.

The reason why Royal Troon is world renowned is because it has been selected to host the prestigious Open Championship nine times in the past and most recently hosted the tournament in 2016, won by Henrik Stenson. Past Open champions at Royal Troon include Justin Leonard, Mark Calcavecchia, Tom Watson, Tom Weiskopf, and Arnold Palmer. Prior to 2016, the last six Opens at Troon have been won by Americans, a British or European player hadn’t won at Royal Troon since Arthur Havers in 1923.

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Glasgow Prestwick
4.2 Miles
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Glasgow Airport
33 Miles
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Cairnryan port to Belfast
54 Miles
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Stranraer to Belfast
59 Miles