Brunston Lodges

Brunston Castle

Brunston Castle Lodges are ideally located to make the most of beautiful Scotland!

Brunston Castle Lodges & Brunston Golf Course are named after Brunston Castle, dating from the 16th century. This spacious 25 acre resort offers a combination of two, three and four bedroom holiday homes. These, comfortable and spacious lodges are beautifully situated in the Girvan valley, in landscaped grounds.

 

These lodges offer an excellent central location to partake of the many activities in and around Ayrshire and also the famous cities of Scotland.

 

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Brunston Golf Course

Brunston Castle Golf Course

Golf is synonymous with Scotland & Brunston Castle is a course not to be missed!

The course is located in the naturally sheltered valley of Girvan and in the shadows of the South Carrick hills. This is a championship length, par 72 parkland course, in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Clever use of the natural contours of the land which is bisected by the river Girvan and the creation of a number of strategically placed ponds, have created some spectacular and memorable fairways!

 

"Sheltered by the rolling South Carrick Hills, this scenic course is speckled with mature trees and roundels. The course, challenging from the championship tees, is testing and engaging from the members' tees and excites golfers of all levels." (Exc. from Club's Website)

 

Around & About

Things to do in Ayrhsire

There are many days out too many things to mention, but start here!

Ayrshire is a natural gateway to the famous West of Scotland. Not only does it have a large number of golf courses, several close to Brunston, but Ayrshire has many, many other attractions and activities.

 

From walking, cycling, fishing, horse riding, climbing, beach combing, visits to gardens and historical places of interest, to the hustle and bustle of the major cities of Scotland, Glasgow and Edinburgh. Please see our full collection of links on the pages of this site.