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 874 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 08/2017, NicMorr wrote this review.
We stayed here for one night (thank god no more!!) as a stop off from a late landing at Prestwick Airport. On arrival were told the lift was out of order and our room was on the 2nd floor so had to lug 2 large suitcases up 2 flights of stairs with no… See more
We stayed here for one night (thank god no more!!) as a stop off from a late landing at Prestwick Airport. On arrival were told the lift was out of order and our room was on the 2nd floor so had to lug 2 large suitcases up 2 flights of stairs with no offers of help. Eventually found the room place is like a maze!! which was a tiny twin room and not the double I booked but thought ok it's only one night. One of the beds was hard up against the radiator which is just not on especially if a child is in that bed but there's no option to move it even an inch as the bedside table is hard up against the bed and the bed at the other side! Get where I'm going - 2 single beds and a bedside chest in the middle crammed into a very tight space! On the ceiling were 2 large spiders and a web wrapped round the light fitting right above the beds, dust on the surfaces and a beer glass with some beer left in it was sitting on the wardrobe!! Clearly not cleaned only beds changed I hope!! The bathroom was circa 1970 a nice olive green colour! I could go on about how awful a sleep we had as every time you moved the beds creaked! Anyone that says this place is ok must have stayed in the part that has been tarted up a bit so if you want to stay here make sure you get a room there!! It was cheap so I suppose as the saying goes you get what you pay for!! Collapse
Fine for the price on a coach holiday
Stay Date: 08/2017, Janis A wrote this review.
It seems with so many of these type of hotels that the coach holiday customers are happy with their stay. Indeed it is very good value indeed , I stayed here last weekend on a 4 day trip with National Holidays and paid £119 for 3 nights DBB and 2 day… See more
It seems with so many of these type of hotels that the coach holiday customers are happy with their stay. Indeed it is very good value indeed , I stayed here last weekend on a 4 day trip with National Holidays and paid £119 for 3 nights DBB and 2 day trips. On this basis I would overlook everything but the basics as in cleanliness and food. I had a room on the ground floor which had twin beds which was fine for me but would have been a squeeze for a couple. The avocado bathroom was functional with hot water. The carpet looked new, the bed was clean and beds comfortable. The food was very good with tasty soups or salad for starters, 3 choice of mains and cakes and cheesecakes for dessert. The plates were hot and the food plentiful. The dining room is a bit like a school dining room but then the hotel does have to cater for a lot of people. There are queues at times but you don't have to join them, just wait. Despite the size of the hotel it does have the ability to swallow up guests and you don't really see anyone except in the restaurant. Regards noise. It is noisy in the corridors at times but it is not constant , just when people talk as they pass your room. The fire doors have two handles and people will open the wrong one so they they do not fit flush when they close and therefore bang , despite the signs telling people which door to pull or push. This does create a bang on closing, if the management removed the handle on the wrong side then this could not happen. Not sure if this is legal due to fire regs but it would cut down on the noise a bit. All in all a pleasant stay if on a coach trip with days out included. The hotel is remote and therefore nothing to do if you are stuck there for the day with no car. Would only recommend for a coach trip. Individual customers may well feel it is overpriced for the facilities and rooms on offer but this is down to individual perception as to what is good value for money. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, leather27 wrote this review.
just came back from a weekend break at the adamton house hotel well were do i start got to the hotel and were given room on the second floor although my friend was not very mobile as she is waiting for surgery ,got to our room which was ok but dated … See more
just came back from a weekend break at the adamton house hotel well were do i start got to the hotel and were given room on the second floor although my friend was not very mobile as she is waiting for surgery ,got to our room which was ok but dated ,then decided to go for our meal was told to go to the garden room and sit at tables with red napkins on them which we did ,i went and asked about gluten free option as i have ceoliac disease and just got a shrug of staffs shoulders so decided to see what was there i got a peice of ham and some broccilli as nothing else that i could eat the food was luke warm i went back to my seat and i had no knife and fork i asked a member of staff for utensils and was asked what i had done with them,!!! i was then told we shouldnt sit there as other red napkins in another room so we left and went upstairs when we got there there was hardly food left so i had a bowl of rice pudding for my main meal ,we were very hungry but nowhere to get anything to eat so went to bed hungry after being on a coach for nearly 7 hrs it wasnt a good start ,we got up next morning for breakfast and same as night before inedable and cold i had cornflakes as no one knew what was g/free yet again went to edinburgh for day and we ate out the morning we were going home the lift was out of order and we had to drag our suitcases down two flights of stairs no apology from staff ,was the worst hotel i have ever stayed in and couldnt wait to go home ,i went with a open mind but would tell others thinking of going not to bother , Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, redcarboy wrote this review.
Arrived on a coach tour on 7th Aug ,the driver phoned the hotel to find our meal times and was told our evening meal was at 7.15.On arrival at hotel a notice at reception stated our meal was at 5 pm,on hearing of the change the driver asked for his p… See more
Arrived on a coach tour on 7th Aug ,the driver phoned the hotel to find our meal times and was told our evening meal was at 7.15.On arrival at hotel a notice at reception stated our meal was at 5 pm,on hearing of the change the driver asked for his party to be updated on meal times and was told this was not possible which resulted in people turning up at different times.At no time were we told we would not be using the dining room so when we turned up we were told we were in the garden room,the tables were laid out for 12 people ,joining a line for the buffet served in a back room this had all the charisma of a school dinner !The food served was awful,frozen veg and frozen roast potatoes both hard and undercooked.There were seven coach parties in that week and the kitchen was clearly struggling to keep up with demand both at breakfast and dinner.I have stayed in seven Brittania hotels before this one and can say this is far the worst by some distance,I do not expect fine dining for the price paid but here they are spoiling good food with terrible cooking.Cannot fault the attitude of the staff who are overwhelmed by guest numbers.Best advice I can give is avoid this hotel as it is well below normal standards of Brittania Hotels ! Collapse
Short Break in Scotland travelling with Alfa Travel
Stay Date: 05/2017, John Neil S wrote this review.
Have been in long discussion with Alfa about this but not happy with outcome. Bath panel hanging off, floor (dangerously?) unstable in front of toilet, toilet seat fixed at 30 degrees to rest of toilet, food atrocious. Admit not reporting this to man… See more
Have been in long discussion with Alfa about this but not happy with outcome. Bath panel hanging off, floor (dangerously?) unstable in front of toilet, toilet seat fixed at 30 degrees to rest of toilet, food atrocious. Admit not reporting this to manager but others on our trip complained about food and in one case adjacent room noise, one person even started bringing in food rather than use restaurant. No improvement/remedy followed. Manager Peter generally refutes all this including the night we had to wait 15 mins for more chicken because the demand was high because of the inedible look of other options. Alfa's own hotels are generally pretty good value for money and they can only harm their reputation by using places like this. From what we have heard from others about Britannia hotels we will swerve any future holiday using one. Collapse
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