Adamton Country House Hotel
(Prestwick Airport) 3 3 Star:
Per Person Per Night
- 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 941 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Bailey's and Quality Street !!!!
Stay Date: 12/2017, Julie B wrote this review.
Me and my partner have stayed at The Adamton Country House Hotel a good few times now and just got back today after another great overnight stay. The hotel and grounds are in a beautiful location and hard to believe your as little forty mins from gla… See more
Me and my partner have stayed at The Adamton Country House Hotel a good few times now and just got back today after another great overnight stay. The hotel and grounds are in a beautiful location and hard to believe your as little forty mins from glasgow city centre but it's the staff that makes us come back time and time again, this stay we where greeted by Margaret who I had already had a great conversation on the phone with when booking and she is even lovlier in person, chatted to us for ages as it was quiet and me and my partner both left the hotel smiling and eager to visit again very soon she is such a credit to the hotel and deserves recognition for her manner and the way she made us feel the whole stay. They also have a terrific points card now that every time you stay points get put on your card which adds up to a free night depending on how often you visit which in our case will be often. Thank you and keep up the great work !!!! Julie and Steven x Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, MAGGYG wrote this review.
Staff very rude more like faulty towers ,no fruit juice when ask for soon told drink water could be the worst hotel I have ever stayed in,breakfast first come first served once the food had gone there’s no more , never again wendy ,
Staff very rude more like faulty towers ,no fruit juice when ask for soon told drink water could be the worst hotel I have ever stayed in,breakfast first come first served once the food had gone there’s no more , never again wendy , Collapse
Great Hotel with a lot of history and charm
Stay Date: 11/2017, ian b wrote this review.
my wife and i stayed hear for 4 days with National Holidays a little worried by some negative reviews but we needn't have the staff were amazing every one was so friendly the room we stayed in must have been recently updated new carpet furniture even… See more
my wife and i stayed hear for 4 days with National Holidays a little worried by some negative reviews but we needn't have the staff were amazing every one was so friendly the room we stayed in must have been recently updated new carpet furniture even the kettle the bed was very comfortable with fantastic pillows house keeping staff did an excellent job the breakfasts were fabulous with plenty of choice and the evening meals just as good nothing we could find fault with we will look forward to returning in the New Year and meeting up with Peter Zac and the lady who works on reception who we spent a while chatting to they all made us feel very welcome a bid thank you to everyone Collapse
Unquestionably so bad it is actually comical - even the comedian says so
Stay Date: 10/2017, PapaGee wrote this review.
We booked the hotel through UK breakaways and on the face of it the pictures the brochures and the price it looked too good to be true not to take it. And to be honest when you consider the maxim if it's too good to be true it almost certainly is the… See more
We booked the hotel through UK breakaways and on the face of it the pictures the brochures and the price it looked too good to be true not to take it. And to be honest when you consider the maxim if it's too good to be true it almost certainly is then this is one of those experiences. There are some positives insofar as the location is great and we used the hotel as a launcpad into visiting the local environment including Aran Loch Lomond and beyond. The room was very much on the small side and basic at best, we were in the more recently built wing which looked like student accommodation and in fact on the floor that we were on every single fire door was defective there was damage to the walls along the corridors and the decoration really did look like student accommodation. Let's be honest when the in-house comedian takes the Pee out of the accommodation then you do know that there are some issues. Be very careful of the hot water for the shower it will strip skin as the temperature is scoldingly hot On the staircase leading from the reception room up to the accommodation there is a glazed curtain wall and there are weeds growing on the in side of the glazing! i have the photographs to prove this!! I was fascinated by the horticulture on the inside the staircase as to me it showed there was a tremendous lack of detail and care by the housekeeping staff. How on earth these plants could have been allowed to grow in this position without somebody doing something about it was beyond me. As we were private bookers we were allocated a table that did not have a tablecloth because only those who had booked through a tour were able and allowed to sit at a table with a tablecloth. The place was geared up to accommodate touring bus tours. The hot food was edible though marginally better than school canteen style and quality. Breakfasts were marginally better than the evening meal. It seems to me as though Britannia Hotels really do only just pack in coach tours at bargain basement prices to fill their hotels. That may well be their business model. If you are looking for a smart place to spend a few days then I would suggest elsewhere if however you are looking for somewhere cheap as a base for this part of Scotland then it may be worth a look but do not expect the Ritz. Collapse
A massive place - a wee bit tired- but very solid building and not expensive
Stay Date: 10/2017, Mjchou wrote this review.
This was not that easy to find - we were glad to have the GPS. The entry to the property was thru lovely old large trees down quite a long drive . The building that greeted you was of many rooms. A very large complex. We later found out that the Am… See more
This was not that easy to find - we were glad to have the GPS. The entry to the property was thru lovely old large trees down quite a long drive . The building that greeted you was of many rooms. A very large complex. We later found out that the Americans used it during the war as its near the airbase. Rooms were not large but were nice and clean with an ensuite, could have done with a face lift. There were a lot of people there but rooms were quiet at night. Collapse
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