From Alloway Auld Kirk to Afton Water, Rabbie Burns drew much inspiration from Ayrshire.
Spark your own creativity with today’s Big Deal on a relaxing overnight break at the welcoming Carlton Hotel, Prestwick – deep in Burns country.
This stylish hotel would make the ideal base for a golfing holiday; a trip to the races or an exploration of Ayrshire’s attractions such as Culzean Castle or Burns’ cottage.
The hotel is also close to Prestwick International Airport and only a 45 minute drive from Glasgow Airport – perfect if you have an early flight to catch.
Two course dinner
The Carlton Hotel sits in landscaped gardens and offers the convenience of ample on-site parking.
Available seven days a week, the offer is for two people to enjoy an overnight stay in an Executive room with a full Scottish breakfast in the morning and a two course dinner from the chef’s speciality menu.
The rooms at The Carlton Hotel make good use of bold colour, rich textures and contemporary artwork.
King-sized double beds, ensuite bathrooms, free WiFi, a drinks tray and hairdryer are all standard.
The Carlton offers two dining experiences: The Carvery and Logans Bar and Restaurant which has an outside terrace. Both pride themselves on delivering the finest local produce complemented by a carefully selected wine list.
The menus change regularly but popular starters on the chef’s speciality menu include the Cullen skink or the chicken and asparagus terrine while main courses such as the roast gigot of lamb or the grilled salmon with king prawns, vermouth and lime cream have plenty of fans.
The Carlton Hotel in Prestwick has been attracting lots of great reviews on TripAdvisor. As these headlines show:
‘Fantastic hotel with friendly staff and great service.’
‘An absolutely cracking hotel.’
‘Relaxed and welcoming place.’
Christmas gift idea
With vouchers valid from early January to the end of March 2016, this Big Deal with The Carlton Hotel in Prestwick would make a tasty Christmas gift.
An overnight break in Ayrshire is just the sort of treat we all need to brighten up the early part of 2016.