Completed in 1780, this historic Georgian mansion has recently been refurbished to the highest luxurious standard, offering an incredible combination of modern technology and comfort within one of Scotland’s finest private country houses.
The expansive private gardens and woodland are kept to an immaculate standard all year round, with the walled garden, croquet lawn, summer house offering idyllic, secluded spaces in which to relax.
Just 30 minutes from Glasgow, Georgian Heights is a dream wedding venue, accommodating guests within an award winning piece of history. The house is managed by a team of bespoke caterers and housekeeping experts who are well experienced in hosting VIP guests for corporate events and grand parties.
With three Open Championship golf courses within a few miles of the house and a selection of other historic link courses, this rental is the perfect base for an unforgettable golf tour.
There is a Spa treatment room within the property offering a fantastic array of services to align the mind, body and spirit, including reflexology, massages and pedicures.
Breakfasts can be provided at this magnificent property with pricing on enquiry.
We would also highly recommend this celebrated property for special occasions such as wedding anniversaries, family reunions and birthday celebrations.
Georgian Heights is situated 2 miles from the Ayrshire seaside town of Troon. Troon is host to world class golf courses, fine restaurants, bars, shops, yachts and great beaches. Outside of Troon there are rugged hills, historic houses, stunning rivers and the cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow to explore.
If you are a private group of friends or family looking to experience some truly world class golf courses, Georgian Heights is the perfect place to stay for your golf tour in Scotland. There are 3 'Open Championship' courses on the doorstep including Royal Troon, Turnberry and Prestwick Golf Club. The latter is steeped in history and is the birthplace of championship golf, having hosted the first 24 Open Championships between 1860 & 1884. Turnberry last held 'The Open' in 2009. Royal Troon last hosted 'The Open' in 2004, and will host it again in 2016.
It is no secret that the Western Isles of Scotland offers some of the best sailing and most stunning scenery in the world. Hillhouse has Troon Marina on its doorstep, providing a gateway to an unforgettable sailing experience amongst the Western Isles. Whether you want to be powered at speed, cruised in luxury or blown by wind we will see that you are provided with the perfect boat and crew to suit your needs.
Ayr Racecourse is Scotland's premier racecourse. It is home to the Scottish Grand National and the Ayr Gold Cup which is the richest race held on Scottish soil. The racecourse has excellent bars, restaurants, champagne bars and entertainment to compliment your days racing.
Arran is one of the most accessible of the Scottish islands and one of the most southerly. The line between the Highlands and Lowlands of Scotland divides the island almost exactly in two and Arran mirrors the differing landscapes of the country more widely, forming a "Scotland in miniature". The north is ruggedly mountainous and sparsely populated, the south softer in landscape and home to the majority of the people who live here. Arran is easily accessible from Hillhouse and the island provides a range of activities to suit everyone for a memorable day trip.
Troon is host to some of the best kitesurfing and windsurfing beaches on the Scottish mainland. The water is warmed by the Gulf Stream effect, meaning it is possible to kite or windsurf at any time of year, however the months of April - October offer the best conditions.
There are numerous historic houses and sites in Ayrshire to visit; such as the birthplace of the great Scottish poet Robert Burns and Culzean Castle but the most interesting is Dumfries House.
Dumfries House is an 18th century time capsule nestling in 2000 acres of countryside. With its exquisite contents, it has remained virtually unchanged for over 250 years. The House was saved from the auctioneer's hammer by HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales. Designed by the renowned 18th century architect brothers, John, Robert and James Adam, Dumfries House was built between 1754 and 1759. The house holds the most important collection of works from Thomas Chippendale which is now on public display. Hillhouse can organise a private tour of this stunning house for our guests. When you visit Dumfries house you will see why HRH Prince Charles, The Prince of Wales saved the house and its contents from the auctioneer's hammer.
A bespoke catering service can be provided upon request. As owners and managers we understand the importance of excellent food and we are self confessed 'foodies'. We have been running our own bespoke catering company for 5 years which has been highly praised by our customers. The staff are accustomed to catering for anything ranging from informal BBQ's to 5 course dinners and all in between. They've catered for VIP guests all the way to kids tea and are equally proficient in both!
Menus availably upon request.
Breakfast: £12 Lunch from: £39 Dinner from: £43