Located in a magnificent rural idyll, the resort is named after the original 16th Century Brunston Castle. Set in 25 acres of landscaped grounds in the peaceful Girvan Valley.
Ayrshire is a part of Scotland that offers a varied geography from beautiful rugged coastlines to rolling green hills. With the chance to explore the history and heritage of Ayrshire around every corner you have a large selection of Scottish culture on your doorstep. Experience The Robert Burns Birthplace Museum and visit the home of Scotland’s national bard or spend the day enjoying the treasure filled rooms of Culzean Castle, a National Trust for Scotland Property, and its extensive estate grounds and coastline. For a taste of ‘Scotland in miniature’ cross the Firth of Clyde and embark on a journey around the Isle of Arran.
The island has its own castle, Brodick Castle, another National Trust for Scotland Property, a whisky and beer brewery, Arran Distillery to tour and sample, as well as Arran Aromatics to pamper yourself with. With many golf courses all over Ayrshire, such as the famous Turnberry Golf Resort where Open Tournaments have been held, you are spoiled for choice on where to tee-off. With Castle ruins aplenty to investigate and a myriad of local trails throughout the area you can view the wildlife of Scotland wherever you go.
Throughout your stay at Brunston Castle resort you can enjoy an abundance of onsite facilities. From indoor heated swimming pools to a children’s adventure play park.
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.