Reservations are now open at Troon Yacht Haven's brand new waterfront hotel, The Salt Lodge.
The Salt Lodge at Troon Yacht Haven, Ayrshire, Scotland, is now taking bookings for the stunning collection of Scandinavian and Scottish design influenced waterfront suites from the end of May.
The Salt Lodge will offer a new option for visitors to the Ayrshire region with its stylish, comfortable and flexible waterside accommodation suiting families, golfers, visiting boaters and working professionals.
Externally, crisp weatherboarding in ocean colours echoes Scandinavian timber homes and traditional Scottish boathouses.
Internally, the one and two bedroom suites feature a contemporary living space and a terrace or balcony overlooking the vibrant marina and out over the Firth of Clyde coast.
A blend of cottons, linens, wools and wood create a cosy atmosphere similar to the increasingly popular ‘hygge’ lifestyle. Blueprints and photos of classic yachts designed by Ayrshire’s world-renowned architect William Fife III adorn walls and soft furnishings, reflecting The Salt Lodge’s maritime setting.
The ten suites feature super king beds (or twin beds) and the convenience of an added sofa bed. The comfortable one bedroom suites can accommodate up to four guests and the two bedroom suite up to six.
Each suite comes with kitchenette and dining area. Guests can also enjoy great food and drink at neighbouring Scotts, a popular bar and restaurant offering seasonally changing menus and views over the marina.
Two suites on the ground floor are dog friendly.
Additional facilities include complementary Wi-Fi throughout and, for those enjoying a round of golf or two, secure golf club storage and heated drying racks for shoes.
Prices at The Salt Lodge Hotel at Troon Yacht Haven start at £95 per night for the one bedroom suites and £125 for the two bedroom, family suite.
Opening reservations at The Salt Lodge, Stephen Bennie, Director of Troon Yacht Haven, says:
“The fresh, flexible and stylish waterfront suites at The Salt Lodge add something very special to Ayrshire’s tourism market. They will appeal to a wide range of guests coming to enjoy the region’s stunning countryside, heritage and, of course, challenging and celebrated golf courses.”
The Salt Lodge sits at the epicentre of Ayrshire’s most prestigious golf courses - the Old Course at Royal Troon; the home of the Open Championship, Prestwick Golf Club; and the Ailsa at Trump Turnberry.
For those touring by boat, boot and bike, The Salt Lodge is also perfectly placed close to excellent cycling and walking trails around coast and countryside including the National Route 7 stretching from Sunderland in North East England to Inverness in the Scottish Highlands.
The family run Yacht Havens Group owns and operates nine marinas around the UK and in Europe and has developed each location to suit the local market, from offices to eateries and retail.
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