Enterkine House Hotel
What We Love
- A country bolthole in the heart of Ayrshire, with breakfast and optional two-course dinnerTreating yourself to a cream tea by the log fire in the sophisticated reception room
- Sampling local Ayrshire produce in the two AA rosette-awarded restaurant, Browne's
- The spectacular surroundings put you at the heart of Scotland’s stunning scenery and wildlife
What To Know
- The hotel sits on 350 woodland acres for a tranquil Scottish escape
- It's a 45-minute drive to/from Glasgow
- Free WiFi
You know you’re somewhere pretty special when the waiters in the two AA Rosette-awarded restaurant serve your dishes wearing gloves, in front of candlesticks that all look like Lumiere from Beauty and the Beast. This little slice of elegance puts you bang in the middle of 350 acres of pretty woodland for a tranquil Scottish escape.
By day, stroll through the surrounding countryside, or test out your golfing skills at one of numerous courses dotted along the Ayrshire coast. Of an evening, hunker down to a delectable dinner in the elegant dining room before cosying up in your plush bedroom for a restful night’s sleep. The lovely Enterkine House Hotel has everything you need for an old-fashioned weekend in the countryside.
How to Get There
I visited with friends yesterday having a mix of afternoon tea and the lunch time menu. The food was delicious.
What a beautiful venue. We were looking at the works being undertaken to their 'barn' and the owner was explaining how it was going to look. I think this is going to become the next 'go to' place.
We found the staff very friendly and attentive. They checked on us several times to make sure everything was perfect. We were not rushed in the least which is isn't something you find very often now.
We will certainly return now that we have found our way there. Thank you for a lovely afternoon.
Visited this hotel very recently. It is undergoing refurbishment at present. However this did not interfere with our stay. The room was nice. The staff were very nice and helpful. The food was delicious. Compliments to the chef. The staff at dinner and breakfast were lovely.
The hotel is a little bit out of the way but you should make a point of visiting for a meal. Three of us booked for lunch and it was one of the best we've had for a while. The fishcakes were really tasty and I'm told the chicken liver parfait was lovely. I had the battered haddock which was so fresh and the batter very light. The wee bowl of minted peas made a nice change from the usual mushy peas that are served. The scampi and the macaroni cheese with chicken were also a big hit. I regret not taking photos of everything but I did get the two desserts we ordered. So beautifully presented and tasted even better.