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Prestwick Attractions

Prestwick's wealth of attractions could keep even the most determined visitor occupied for weeks. A visit to Glasgow Cathedral, one of Medieval Scotland's most magnificent buildings. For those who are addicted to the game of golf, Prestwick St Nicholas extends a warm welcome to all golfers from all around the world wishing to come and enjoy our testing traditional Links.

 
Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

Set in the heart of Scotland's largest city is Glasgow Cathedral, one of Medieval Scotland's most magnificent buildings. It is built on the site where St Kentigern, or Mungo, the first bishop within the ancient British kingdom of Strathclyde, was thought to have been buried in AD 612. The present cathedral was built during the 13th century to 15th century and is the only medieval cathedral on the Scottish mainland to have survived the 1560 Reformation virtually complete. Its wealth of architectural treasures include the elaborately vaulted crypt with its collection of carved stones, the early 15th century stone screen and the Blackadder Aisle.

Hotels near Glasgow Cathedral
Glasgow Central Boutique Suites and Bistro from £50.00
Tartan Lodge4 starfrom £12.00
Craigpark Guest House3 starfrom £54.00
The Herald Building from £145.00
Merchant City Oasis from £150.00
 
Prestwick St Nicholas

Prestwick St Nicholas

A warm welcome awaits you at Prestwick St Nicholas Golf Club, a traditional Scottish links golf course established in 1851 and now occupying a prime position on the shores of the Firth of Clyde on Scotland’s west coast. The course and Club are steeped in history – indeed one of its founder members was Old Tom Morris who was based in Prestwick prior to returning to St Andrews and his place in golfing legend. The splendid clubhouse sits yards from the shoreline which is lapped by waters warmed by the Gulf Stream and the manicured course offers year round golf on a firm and generally frost-free footing.

Hotels near Prestwick St Nicholas
Golf View Guest House4 starfrom £40.00
Golf View BandB4 starfrom £50.00
Prestwick Old Course Hotel from £39.50
Parkstone Hotel3 starfrom £60.00
Firhill3 starfrom £30.00
 
Culzean Castle

Culzean Castle

The range of interests and activities at Culzean provides a perfect day out for the family. Robert Adam's castle, built 1772-1790 for David, 10th Earl of Cassillis on a clifftop site associated with the Kennedy family since the late 14th century, is notable for the Oval Staircase and Circular saloon. The castle contains a good collection of pictures and 18th-century furniture, together with an armoury, set up in the 19th century.

Hotels near Culzean Castle
Whitestone Cottage from £60.00
Maidens Guest House from £90.00
Turnberry Road Suites from £120.00
Malin Court Hotel and Restaurant3 starfrom £120.00
Enochlodge4 starfrom £70.00
 

Other Attraction near Prestwick

  • Crossraguel Abbey - The remains of Crossraguel Abbey, which are remarkably complete and of a very high quality, include the church, cloister, chapter house and much of the domestic premises.
  • Souter Johnnie's Cottage - The inspiration for the character Souter Johnnie, Tam's 'ancient, trusty, drouthy crony' in Burns' poem Tam O'Shanter, was John Davidson, the real-life souter (shoemaker) who lived and worked in this cottage.
  • Dalgarven Mill Museum of Country Life And Costume - There has been a mill on the site since the 14th century, set up by the monks of Killwinning Abbey. The Present mill was erected in 1640 and rebuilt in 1880 after being damaged by fire.