Beautiful coastline, fine golf courses and fascinating history draw people to Ayrshire, Scotland. If you’re planning a visit, then we would love to welcome you to the Hallmark Hotel Irvine. We have all of the comforts and facilities you’ll need, whether you’re here on business or for a leisure break. We have 128 bedrooms, including executive and family rooms, a contemporary brasserie-style restaurant, cocktail bar and lounge.
There is always something for you to do here, whatever the weather and whatever your interests. You can meet Meerkats at Heads of Ayr Farm, explore the nearby Scottish Maritime Museum, and discover Ayr, Kilmarnock, the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and the Westerns Isles.
You may just prefer to sit back and relax at the Hallmark Hotel Irvine. You will always be well looked after by our attentive and friendly team, and you can stay connected with free WiFi and Sky Sports.
Irvine in Ayrshire is close to some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery with miles of unspoiled coastline, rolling green hills and lovely villages and towns to explore on foot or bike. For the outdoors type this is the perfect environment for a break.
Golf is one of Ayrshire’s major attractions. We are surrounded by some of the country’s finest courses - Ravenspark Golf Course, Irvine Ravenspark Golf Club and Irvine Golf Club are all within minutes of the Hotel, and Royal Troon is a 30-minute drive.
With a selection of six air-conditioned suites, the Hotel is an extremely popular venue for business meetings, weddings and other celebrations. We are seven miles from Glasgow Prestwick Airport, 31 miles from Glasgow, with ample parking for delegates and guests.
The four-star Hallmark Hotel Irvine has 128 bedrooms, a wide range of meeting and private event spaces, as well as a relaxed brasserie-style restaurant. If you’re looking to arrange a conference or celebration near Ayr or in Irvine itself, please do give us a call. We have all the facilities you need and a wealth of experience in organising events of every description. The area is rich in history and has activities for all ages, including of course, some of the best golf courses in the UK.