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All 5 members of our party thoroughly enjoyed their meals in Cotter’s Restaurant (on a Saturday night). We were aware that the premises was a hotel but also an old peoples home but to be honest it was lovely and we will all definitely return....More
We just wanted to spend a night away with friends-anywhere really. My friend booked here --not sure what to expect. Passed by many times as we all live with 40 mins but a night away is still a bit of a holiday.
Nice clean rooms...More
We had a lovely stay at the Malin Court - it is a different hotel in that it is also a care home under the same roof. But the staff are fantastic, the room was lovely with gorgeous views over Turnberry and Ailsa Craig and...More
We were due to check in to Turnberry later that day and had visited the play park nearby and needed to warm up. We weren’t sure what to expect but my husband went in ahead to check it was ok to come in for a...More
Suprise overnight say at the Malin Court Hotel, thought i was just going for a late lunch with my wife after an afternoon drive down the coast. Warn friendly welcome on arrival it was a late lunch and we were the only two eating, nothing...More
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Only had breakfast here which was of full Scottish type- plenty to eat of average quality.If you like Indian food the RUPEE ROOMS in Ayr is the place to go and THE WELLINGTON just across the road for a good ale- nothing much... More
Only had breakfast here which was of full Scottish type- plenty to eat of average quality.If you like Indian food the RUPEE ROOMS in Ayr is the place to go and THE WELLINGTON just across the road for a good ale- nothing much doing in Turnberry pub or grub wise.
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"Good views from rooms, dinning room has great views of the harbour and coast line."