Named after its former resident, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Eisenhower at Culzean Castle is a unique, castle hotel and enjoys superb panoramic views along the coast and across the sea to the mountains of Arran.
Guests access the accommodation using an original 1920's elevator that transports them from the ground floor of the Castle to an exclusive 'hideaway' that was the holiday home and Scottish White House of Eisenhower and his family from 1945 until his death in 1969.
Each bedroom in the Eisenhower is uniquely decorated, featuring collection items and is named either after a link to Culzean or Eisenhower himself.
Guests of the Eisenhower will enjoy a full Scottish breakfast each morning and on Friday and Saturday nights, can indulge in a 3 course dinner in the Eisenhower dining room with ingredients being sourced locally or directly from the gardens of Culzean Castle and Country Park.
The Eisenhower at Culzean can also be enjoyed on an exclusive basis for a family getaway, a corporate event or as the accommodation for your wedding.