Dalgarven House Hotel is an established privately owned hotel situated in the rural countryside between Kilwinning and Dalry. Easily reached by car, situated on the A737 main Kilwinning to Glasgow road.
The hotel can also be reached by air, being situated 19.5 miles from Glasgow airport and 13.7 miles from Prestwick airport, both airports being supported by a regular rail link to Kilwinning town.
The hotel is also situated 7 miles from the P&O ferry terminal at Troon, which has regular sailings from Troon to Belfast and also Ardrossan which has regular (seasonal) sailings to Brodick on the Isle of Arran.
The hotel is happy to accommodate business and leisure clients who will find comfortably appointed twin, double and family rooms and a welcoming and comfortable bar and restaurant to relax and unwind with other hotel guests and regular local clients.
The hotel also has a professional team who can help assist in organising events from weddings to christenings, birthday parties to Christmas parties and we are always on hand to assist with your enquiries.
The Dalgarven House Hotel is situated in rural Ayrshire, made world famous by the Scottish bard, Rabbie Burns. The hotel is steeped in old world character and is full of interest with a balcony that overlooks the River Garnock with its twice yearly salmon run and includes all the amenities required for a comfortable relaxing stay.
There is also a wide range of game and sea angling available on our doorstep, from stocked rainbow trout fisheries to other salmon and sea trout rivers and also boat and shore angling on the Firth of Clyde.
The hotel is also closely situated to several top quality links golf courses that Ayrshire is world famous for, including Royal Troon and Turnberry, which are both venues for the British Open Championship and also Dundonald Links, sister course to Loch Lomond Golf course which is the home of The Scottish Open Championship. There are also several municipal courses available within a short distance of the hotel, these courses that will provide a challenge to the serious as well as the casual golfer include Ardeer, Irvine Bogside and Ravenspark to the south and West Kilbride, Largs, Kilbirnie and Beith also within a short travelling distance away.
Guests like to enjoy a drink under the trees in the warm evening sunshine and on all but the hottest of days the hotel is warmed by log fires. There is so much to see and do with more than just golf and angling on our doorstep there is sailing, walking, horse riding, cycling, windsurfing and power boating to name but a few as well as places of interest to visit in historic Ayrshire like Burns Cottage and Culzean castle to name but a couple.
Positioned on a majestic wooded bend of the river in a lush fertile valley, is just a 20 minute drive from Glasgow, the beautiful West Coast islands and a short drive from both Glasgow and Prestwick airports