View from Above: Take in one of the best views in Ayrshire. Truly breathtaking! Great Taste: Such a beautiful setting deserves a spectacular menu to match Al fresco dining: Our impressive patio area offers stunning panoramic views of Ayrshire Perfect Setting: Whether you’re tying the knot or celebrating a special occasion Commanding Views: One of the most beautifully positioned hotels in Ayrshire On a High: A ‘hidden treasure’ for weddings, make our venue exclusively yours
 

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Location, location, location - there is no finer view in Ayrshire than from the patio at Highgrove House Hotel. Looking out from its spectacular hilltop position, along miles of coastline across the Firth of Clyde to the sensational beauty of the Isle of Arran, an ever changing sky and glorious sunsets are yours to feast your eyes upon!



Weddings

Weddings

A hidden treasure for weddings, Highgrove House Hotel is a truly unique wedding venue for your wedding day celebration.

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Dining

Dining

Offering stunning panoramic views of the Ayrshire coast, our restaurant and outside raised patio are truly unique in Ayrshire.

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Events & Offers

Events

An up-to-date list of all exciting up and coming events and special offers from all our hotels and restaurants.

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About Us

Highgrove House Hotel could not be better situated for business people and golfers alike. Five minutes drive from Prestwick Airport, easy access to Glasgow via the A77, excellent train links from Troon and minutes away from championship golf courses including Troon Championship Golf Course and Old Prestwick Golf Course, the home of the first ever ‘Open Championship’. Particularly popular with golfers from home and abroad wishing to enjoy some of the finest golfing links that Scotland and Ayrshire have to offer.

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We know you will love this friendly hotel with comfortable bedrooms and bathrooms, together with a fantastic restaurant, specialising in seafood and steak. The first hotel in the Costley group, purchased in 1988, Highgrove is therefore very dear to us.


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