Adamton Country House Hotel
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- Set in 19 acres of picturesque grounds
- Historic country house hotel
- Free Wi-Fi
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The Adamton Country House Hotel is set around a Manor House in 19.5 acres of picturesque estate grounds and offers a peaceful retreat on your short break away.
The hotel is well connected and can be reached directly by the A77 and is also a 10-minute drive from Glasgow Prestwick Airport, with Glasgow International Airport also just 35 miles away. Nearby sights and attractions include the historic Royal Troon and the popular towns of Ayr and Kilmarnock – all of which are just a short drive away; the hotel is a great base from which to explore Scotland’s scenic West Coast.
The Adamton Country House Hotel’s 265 guestrooms offer comfort after a busy day exploring the local area. Many of the rooms are located within the adjacent annexe wing and some are nestled within the historic surroundings of the main house. Each room features an en-suite bathroom, comfortable bedding, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi internet access.
For delicious breakfast and dinner options, be sure to make use of the welcoming Harry’s Bar – an excellent spot for a relaxed drink before you head into the on-site restaurant for a tasty meal after a long day of sightseeing. Free, on-site parking is available at this hotel.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Floors Number: 3
- Total Rooms Number: 259
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Cost: £0.00 Per Stay
- Tennis Free: No
- Table Tennis Free: Yes
- Pool/Snooker Free: No
- Name: PRESTWICK STATION
- Distance: 4 kilometres
- Name: Prestwick International Airport
- Distance: 4 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 09:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Rail Name: Prestwick Station Distance: 4 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Prestwick International Airport Distance: 4 kilometres
To view our full selection of accommodation in Glasgow Prestwick Airport, view our hotels in Glasgow Prestwick Airport page.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 845 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 07/2017, _maggielayden2010 wrote this review.
Every thing about this hotel was very bad needs a good clean the food was not fit for a animal the turn over is very quick so they not bothered about cleanliness the cook was very rude the entertainment is very bad all there bothered about brinig i… See more
Every thing about this hotel was very bad needs a good clean the food was not fit for a animal the turn over is very quick so they not bothered about cleanliness the cook was very rude the entertainment is very bad all there bothered about brinig in the money Collapse
Shoddy hospitality from the Chef
Stay Date: 07/2017, JanetStewart wrote this review.
Dear Peter, I can't fault your hotel for the clean room, the hotel on the whole can do with freshening up, but I see this is something that you note and is in plan for the future. However my issue is with one of your Chefs who spoke rudely to members… See more
Dear Peter, I can't fault your hotel for the clean room, the hotel on the whole can do with freshening up, but I see this is something that you note and is in plan for the future. However my issue is with one of your Chefs who spoke rudely to members of my group regarding portions being taken by them from the buffet. As we were a large group of 97, we were asked to wait half an hour so that your restaurant staff could prepare tables for all of us, this we did politely and patiently. When we were allowed into the dining room we sat at the tables allocated to our group, the tablecloth to the table I sat at was stained from the previous diners, there were insufficient water glasses and a small jug of water for 12 people, as well as one coffee pot and one teapot. When we were allowed to go to the buffet some of our group helped themselves to more than one choice of meat, the Chef angrily said, take only one piece of meat or there won't be any for the others, he then proceeded to talk about us in a snide way with one of his serving colleagues, in our presence. We have been at other hotels where it has not been an issue as to which meat or how many you put on your plate or, alternatively the servers actually serve the portions you're allowed, maybe a suggestion you could pass on to your Chef for future use. The serving staff your Chef was having the conversation with said he was aware that people were taking more than one choice of meat, it would have been helpful if he had mentioned it at that time rather than disrespectfully joining in with the Chef in our earshot. I would also mention that the desserts on offer were virtually gone by the time we finished our main meal and we were also rushed after being told that the kitchen was to close in 5 minutes time. I'm not sure where the error occurred as our large group did not arrive at your hotel unannounced, so for your kitchen and Chef to ask us to wait half-an-hour to prepare for us and then rush us as the kitchen was to close leaves me extremely confused and more than disappointed that we weren't accommodated for, through no fault of our own. In the morning, we were the first group for breakfast and I sat at the same table that I had the evening before, the tablecloth was still stained and to be honest I'm not even sure it had been changed. Again, considering our group was expected at the time we came down for breakfast there was no tea, coffee or milk on the table. Your Receptionist was friendly as was one of your male waiter. I have to say, unfortunately, this was the first and will be my very last visit to your hotel. No matter what rating a hotel is, it is in the hospitality business, it is everyday common courtesy to treat people in a kind and friendly manner, something your Chef was seriously lacking Collapse
David Urquhart 5 day break
Stay Date: 07/2017, cat-nel wrote this review.
Enjoyed our stay at Adamton Country Hotel. All coach trips stay in the annexe 266 rooms,all small but we got new carpet ,beds and furniture had to turn radiator off it was to hot, bathroom needs doing next advacado ugh! saying that plenty hot … See more
Enjoyed our stay at Adamton Country Hotel. All coach trips stay in the annexe 266 rooms,all small but we got new carpet ,beds and furniture had to turn radiator off it was to hot, bathroom needs doing next advacado ugh! saying that plenty hot water enjoyed the big bath. Dining room in the big red House a lovely ornate staircase small bar for 3 coaches but other rooms to sit in. Buffet busy they only cater for 1 coach at a time if everybody went in at their quoted time less queues. A good break for £139 . Collapse
Disfunctional Hotel in every way.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Hollinside wrote this review.
This was probable the worst experience I have had of a Hotel in the UK. Every aspect of the service provided was just not what anyone would reasonably expect from a three star hotel. I was travelling alone to attend the Scottish Open Golf Championshi… See more
This was probable the worst experience I have had of a Hotel in the UK. Every aspect of the service provided was just not what anyone would reasonably expect from a three star hotel. I was travelling alone to attend the Scottish Open Golf Championship nearby. On Arrival the reception was crowded with bus tours and a squad of American Soldiers all standing in a queue waiting to be allocated rooms. Two people working behind the reception desk, who were swamped by the numbers. Took me nearly an hour to get my room. The reception was dirty, cobwebs on the walls and across the top of the shades on the table lamps. The reception also crowded with guests trying to get a wifi signal. The reception was the only place you could get it throughout the Hotel. The corridors were scruffy in need of painting and plastering in places the doors were all scuffed and covered in dirty hand prints. Room: I was allocated a very small twin bedded room, which in the first instance was too small for two people. The room was very tired and in need of refurbishment, which smelled of damp. The bathroom was horrible, dingy with an avocado suite which should have been skipped years ago. I couldn't bring myself to use the shower!! No internet signal in the room, no phone signal either, (spoke to others with different providers same problem. Bedding was clean, bed was not up to the standards of Premier Inns or Travel Lodge. Restaurant: No food service was available at all throughout the Hotel. The only food available was snacks from a vending machine. I was offered the chance to purchase a token for Breakfast the following morning, which I turned down, this was the best decision I made in choosing this Hotel. Bar: I went to the bar and ordered a pint of beer and was served it in 2 x half pint glasses as the barmaid informed me they had no pint glasses left. The tables were strewn with empty pint glasses but no one to collect them. Charging to Room: This is not possible at this hotel, I asked at the bar to charge my drink to my room account and was informed this was not available. I could either pay cash or go back to reception and lodge a sum of money against a chitty, which I could use to buy my drinks. The bar also did not have any savoury snacks such as crisps nuts etc. but you could get these from a vending machine in the corridor. In summing up my review, there is nothing I can say in favour of this Hotel other than the staff were pleasant. Britannia Hotels have over 50 Hotels in the UK, I can only presume that they have forgotten about this one. Collapse
Good Value Break
Stay Date: 07/2017, moira n wrote this review.
Returned 0n 2 July after 3 day break with Caledonian Travel which included a trip to Arran. Hotel was a bit tired but clean, staff were very pleasant and helpful. Food was adequate but would have been beneficial to have labels in place as had no idea… See more
Returned 0n 2 July after 3 day break with Caledonian Travel which included a trip to Arran. Hotel was a bit tired but clean, staff were very pleasant and helpful. Food was adequate but would have been beneficial to have labels in place as had no idea what was in dishes !! Singer/guitarist on Saturday night was very good and suited the clientelle perfectly with 60s music. Trip to Arran was most enjoyable though let down by weather. Have to thank our bus driver Lawrence who had the patience of a saint and made the 3 days as good as it could have been. Really enjoyable break, good value from Caledonian. Collapse
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