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Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Golf in Local Area
Fairfield House Hotel offers guests a beach side location, excellent award-winning cuisine and traditional Scottish hospitality.
Private Car Park
Leisure with pool
Golf in Local Area
Number of Bedrooms: 44
Parking Spaces: 50
Steps into Hotel: 0
Check In Time: 2pm
Check Out Time: 11am
The Fairfield House Hotel in Ayr sits in a picturesque seafront location on the Ayrshire coast and features spectacular views across the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran. This 4 star traditional Scottish country house hotel on the coast combines luxurious yet comfortable hospitality with every possible modern facility.
All of the 44 en-suite bedrooms are beautifully furnished and decorated. Choose between a mix of classic suites, standard ensuite doubles and modern executives. A small selection of the Fairfield Hotel’s bedrooms offer stunning sea-views over to Arran.
While dining at Fairfield House Hotel enjoy the excellent AA Rosette award winning cuisine in the comfort of the Martin's Bar & Grill. The menu features traditional favourites such as freshly caught Haddock and Triple Cooked Chips, Chefs Fairfield Tower Burger and a wide range of steaks. As you would expect from a four star establishment, The Fairfield House Hotel presents a quality selection of fine wines and a creative cocktail menu.
During your stay hotel residents are welcome to use the leisure facilities, providing the perfect way to relax and unwind without even having to leave the hotel.
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The Fairfield hotel offers a blend of traditional and the more modern with additional facilities including 15 fully air conditioned bedrooms.
A small selection of bedrooms offer stunning sea-views over to Arran. These rooms are extremely large with high ceilings, they also have large bathrooms. Availability of these Superior rooms is limited and it is always recommended that you plan ahead.
An additional eight executive rooms have recently been refurbished and now offer luxurious modern decor and soft furnishings. The Blenheim Suite now features a mix of antique and reproduction furniture, refitting a grand chandelier and setting two grand throne chairs.
The courtyard suite offers a bedroom and separate lounge complete with LCD TV's and a spa bath and separate double shower in the bedroom. This room is also suitable for families as it has two luxurious leather armchair beds.
If you are looking for family accommodation in Ayr then this hotel offers four family rooms which are suitable for up to two adults and two children. Cots are available on request and can be added to your booking.
The Stunning Honeymoon Suite is the Carnegie Suite. The Suite offers a spacious traditional style bedroom complete with hand carved Four Poster bed. The room has a large LCD wall mounted TV, perfect for those lazy days lying in bed watching television with Room Service catering to your every whim. The bathroom also offers a huge spa bath and spacious shower.
All rooms come complete with full tea and coffee facilities, trouser presses, irons available on request and luxury toiletries in the bathroom.
As Standard Free Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Bar & Restaurant
Fairfield House Hotel offers an Award winning AA Rosette menu. This accolade has been held for a number of years now and we are proud to maintain these high standards.
The head chef, uses fresh local seasonal produce cooked in a traditional manner but with a modern theme.
All breakfast dishes are freshly cooked to order whilst there is also an extensive range of Continental Breakfast items, cereals, cheeses, meats and yoghurts are also available from the buffet table. Breakfast is served in Martins Bar and Grill from 7am to 10am.
In the warmer months, al fresco dining and drinking is available on the new terrace which has stunning sea views over to Arran.
The hotels wine list features over 60 wines from all around the wine growing world. A considerable number of Scotland's finest malt whiskies have also been collected to add the ultimate finishing touch.
Try a cocktail from the exiting vibrant list which features both modern and traditional selection. Perfect while watching the sun set over Arran while browsing the Award Winning Menu prior to your meal.
Fairfield's Lounge and Bar is the perfect light and airy space in which to relax and enjoy relaxed dining, coffees, a glass of wine, a cocktail or perhaps one of the fine malt whiskies.
We would advise that you book your table as early as possible in the restaurant as it does tend to become fully booked, especially at weekends.
Fairfield House Hotel has it's own Leisure Club comprising of a well-equipped fitness centre and swimming pool complete with spa bath, sauna and steam room.
Enjoy complimentary use of these facilities during your stay.
Directions to Fairfield House Hotel in Ayr
Directions by Car
From the A77 heading south to Ayr
Follow the A77 for Ayr (and Prestwick Airport)
At Whitletts Roundabout (the roundabout with Frankie and Bennys, Ayr Travelodge and Holiday Inn Express Ayr) take the third exit for Ayr Racecourse and Town Centre
Follow the signs for town centre crossing the River Ayr and continue straight up Sandgate and through the mini roundabout following the signs for Alloway. You will pass through two junctions with traffic lights and Fairfield Road is on the right hand side immediately after the second set.
From the A70 heading north
From Ayr railway station cross the bridge and follow signs for Ayr Town Centre. Pass the BP garage and continue down the hill. At the traffic lights turn right and then staying in the left lane turn left into Miller Road at the Royal Bank of Scotland. At the bottom of Miller Road turn left then immediately right into Fairfield Road.
Hotel Notice Board
The Fairfield Hotel is currently closed until the 31st May 2021
*Please note that the pool, jacuzzi and gym have reopened, however the steam room and sauna remain closed in line with the goverment guidance. Please call hotel directly after making your booking, as pre-booking may be required to use the pool to maintain social distancing.
We would advise that you book your table for dinner as early as possible in the restaurant as it does tend to become fully booked, especially at weekends. Children When adding children onto your reservation their charges for BB/DBB are not included in the rate. This will be added on at the hotel.
Ayrshire is located in the South West of Scotland and as well as being an established destination for short breaks, golf, activities and history it also remains well located for trips to both Glasgow and Edinburgh and indeed as a gateway to the West Highlands of Scotland through the Island of Arran.
Ayrshire has plenty to offer the visitor, from its links with the Scottish Bard, Robert Burns, through to world famous golf and some of the best sailing waters in the United Kingdom. Horse riding, hunting, shooting and fishing can all be arranged for guests in conjunction with nearby estates and increasingly outdoor activities and extreme sports are becoming more available.
Castles and historic trails abound with many famous sites of interest and ruins to be explored and a host of attractions associated with Burns.
On a sporting level, top quality horseracing takes place throughout the year at Ayr Racecourse and professional Scottish football can be watched at Ayr United and Kilmarnock Football Clubs and of course the Open Championship is played every few years in the county with the 2016 event returning to Royal Troon which is only a few miles north of the hotel.
The city of Glasgow is a short drive or train journey away and that opens up a range of world famous museums and galleries, arguably the best shopping outside of London and top class theatre, concerts and festivals throughout the year.
For touring, Loch Lomond is less than an hour's drive and the capital city of Edinburgh less than two hours.