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
We have stayed here many times in the past and the service,food and ambience is first class.As we just stay half an hour away from Enterkine house we decided to dine there and have a few liqueurs and a taxi home.It was quite busy and nice to see everybody was chatting and there was a really nice atmosphere.The STAFF and the food are 5/5.
We will continue to return here love it.
A big old house in need of some tlc but lovely none the less. The parquet flooring could do with a wash and brush up but them I’m perhaps being a bit pedantic!
The Afternoon Tea was delicious, tweezers needed for the sandwiches, with extra tea etc available on request.
The grounds are extensive and well maintained.
Lovely surroundings but could be a better selection for the menu.a bit overpriced in my opinion. Staff were friendly and helpful ,drinks expensive. It's a very quaint old house. A bit of the beaten track over some country roads but with say nav can be easily found.
I took my husband for a birthday dinner and overnight stay at Enterkine House Hotel and our room which was in the old farmhouse rather than the main house (although only a short step away ) was spacious and comfortable. Some chilled prosecco was awaiting us in our room and we sat in the pretty garden to drink this before dinner. The meal was tasty, service was friendly and helpful and overall we had a most pleasant stay. Despite preparations for a wedding the next day, the hotel staff had time to look after us without being obsequious and make our visit comfortable and relaxing.
Avoid like the plague. Will expect exorbitant amount for ‘damages’ caused by their own faulty facilities. £75 charged for wine spill on old, dirty carpet caused by slippery, sloping sideboard.
Contested the charge both at the hotel and subsequently to Secret Escapes but the hotel was not interested.