Troon is a small seaside town 31 miles from Glasgow, in the South West region of Scotland. It has good nightlife, excellent restaurants, great selection of shops, a large modern yacht marina , and some fantastic golf courses including Royal Troon Golf Club  which regularly hosts the Open.
Troon is a very easy town to visit thanks to its excellent transport links. The P&O  ferry terminal connects Troon with Larne in Northern Ireland. Glasgow Prestwick Airport  is only minutes away and offers low cost flights to Europe, Ireland and the South of England. Trains  run every half hour to and from Glasgow and Ayr, and there is also excellent road links with Glasgow and the South.
Local bus (#15) connects the town centre with Muirhead and Barassie. The #14 bus passes through Troon on its way from Ayr to Irvine. Visiting by car you are best to park in one of the many car parks and walk round the town centre.
Anchorage Hotel, 149 Templehill (located near the town centre towards the harbour), ☎ 01292 317448, . The Anchorage Hotel is the oldest licensed premises in Troon and boasts excellent views of the Isle of Arran. Serves excellent "pub food" and main meals from noon - 21:30.edit
Lochgreen House Hotel, . Located in a quiet area of woodland and gardens.edit
Marine Highland Hotel, . 89 room hotel with swimming pool & gym.edit
Old Loans Inn, . 20 stunning contemporary rooms. The restaurant serves Scottish produce from the local Ayrshire larder.edit
Piersland House Hotel, . Country house style hotel.edit
South Beach Hotel, . Family run hotel with 32 rooms.edit