The Salt Lodge at Troon Yacht Haven are contemporary, comfortable and flexible apartments in a unique coastal setting overlooking the harbour and marina.
Opened in July 2020 The Salt Lodge offers luxury one and two bedroom apartments with a well equipped kitchen, living and dining area with the option of great food and drink at the neighbouring bar and restaurant, Scotts.
Set in Troon, 0.6 miles from South Beach, The Salt Lodge accommodation also provides free private parking, a bar and a terrace or balony as well as a 24 hour front desk and reception.
All guest rooms come with a microwave, fridge, a kettle, toaster, hairdryer and a wardrobe. The apartments are also equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV and private bathroom and there is also lockable storage for bikes and golf clubs for you to use during your stay with us.
Nearby, your will find plenty of activities and walks to do whilst you stay with us as well as a being a centre for most of Ayrshire's great golf courses. You can also bring your pet along with you at the Salt Lodge as we have Dog Friendly Rooms available too!
Continental and à la carte breakfast options are available every morning at the adjacent bar & restaurant Scott's which is included for two people in the room rate.
The nearest airport is Glasgow Prestwick Airport, 6.8 miles from the accommodation. Troon train station provides great links to Glasgow Central and there are regular bus services that operate outside the marina.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Salt Lodge!
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