A UNIQUE LUXURY HONEYMOON DESTINATION
For a honeymoon that you will never forget, Trump Turnberry showcases the captivating allure of Scotland’s history and will give you the chance to experience the unrivalled charm of the Scots. Unwind in front of a panoramic view out over the Ailsa Craig, Isle of Arran and the Irish Sea or dine in the magnificent 1906 and enjoy some of the most unforgettable Scottish sunsets.
Your honeymoon in Scotland will be an opportunity to create the most magical memories together that will last a lifetime, so you deserve to experience this in the most luxurious of settings. Located on the rugged west coast of Scotland, this is one of the most scenic destinations in the country, offering enchanting vistas, inspiring accommodations, unmatched service and thoughtful local amenities. Discover the romance of Scotland with the luxury of Turnberry as your base, immerse yourself in the timelessness of the grand Edwardian building, the world-renowned golf, the lavish spa or in remarkable outdoor activities.
A MAGNIFICENT MINI-MOON DESTINATION
If you dream of a luxurious mini-moon in Scotland before you head off on a sunny escape, Trump Turnberry has everything you could need for an exquisite mini-break before you embark on your further travels.
With an Open Championship golf course, fabulous cuisine and a decadent spa, you will find everything you need to relax after the big day. If you are travelling abroad after your mini-moon then you will find Glasgow International Airport within an hour’s reach or Edinburgh within two hours.
Make your mini-moon even more special, with a stay in The Turnberry Lighthouse Suite. Built by the family of author Robert Louis Stevenson in 1874, this historic building also sits on the ruins of Turnberry Castle, where Robert the Bruce, the King of Scotland, was born. Amidst all this history is the unrivalled luxury of this two-bedroom suite. Featuring lavish décor and two unrivalled terraces, pour a glass of Champagne and look out over uninterrupted views of the storied Ayrshire coastline.
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