Turnberry sends season's greetings with unmissable Christmas holiday packages

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Couples, friends and families can celebrate the festive season in style by booking a luxury break
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October 5, 2022
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The iconic venue’s Festive Holiday at Turnberry’ packages offer the chance to escape to the stunning Ayrshire coast over Christmas and New Year for a memorable few days of unmissable Scottish hospitality.

With Turnberry’s two or three-night ‘Luxury Christmas Experience’, guests can wake up on Christmas Day in a deluxe room or spacious suite to enchanting views of the snow-capped mountains on the Isle of Arran. Later, why not sit down to a sumptuous Christmas Day lunch with festive favourites including roast turkey and the indulgent 1906 Vintage Christmas Pudding as well as an evening buffet for those booking accommodation on December 25.

Daily breakfast and a three-course dinner on additional evenings in the resort’s signature restaurant 1906 are included together with a children’s festive events programme to keep the younger members of the family entertained.

Alternatively, visitors can experience a traditional Scottish Hogmanay in the grandest of settings with Turnberry’s ‘Hogmanay Celebration’ package, including an evening reception and Hogmanay gala dinner to see in the new year.

After being welcomed by the resort’s resident bagpiper, guests will sit down for an evening of champagne and exquisite dining, followed by a traditional Ceilidh where you can party into the new year with a wee dram to ring in the bells of 2023.

Ralph Porciani, general manager at Trump Turnberry, said: “Christmas is a special time of year for everyone, and we believe our new festive breaks are the perfect opportunity to spend valuable time with loved ones while enjoying some of the finest hospitality and scenery that Scotland has to offer.”

Known throughout the world as an iconic golfing destination with more than 115 years of history and heritage, Turnberry remains a popular spot for golfers looking to test themselves on the resort’s three courses: the nine-hole Arran, King Robert the Bruce and the world-famous Ailsa – a four-time host of the Open Championship.

A distinctive landmark on the coastline, Turnberry offers far-reaching views across and out to the Isle of Arran, Ailsa Craig and Mull of Kintyre. Steeped in history, the surrounding area offers much to explore – from castles to distilleries and beaches to the birthplace of Robert Burns. All of this lies just an hour’s drive from Glasgow International Airport and two hours from Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh.

Turnberry offers an array of distinctive dining experiences, including the signature restaurant 1906, the elegant Grand Tea Lounge & Bar and the Duel in the Sun restaurant. The resort has a well-established reputation for top-class events, specialising in personalised experiences.

In addition, guests can enjoy a host of outdoor activities including fly fishing, horse-riding and pony trekking, clay-pigeon shooting in the recently redeveloped purpose-built shooting school, paddleboarding, kayaking, quad biking and 4x4 off-road driving.

For information on all of Trump Turnberry and to book, please visit: turnberry.co.uk.

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