Sadly in light of yesterday’s Government announcements, we would like to inform our guests, that Lochgreen Hotel will be CLOSED during the current restriction from 6pm Friday 20th November 2020 and will reopen on Saturday 12th December.
Bookings are still being taken for further dates throughout the year.
The Costley Family would like to take this opportunity to thank our loyal guests for their continued support. It is very much appreciated.
We hope you keep well and look forward to seeing you in the near future.
Bill & Cath Costley & family.
Located on the fringes of Ayrshire’s golf haven Troon with beautiful sea and rural views over manicured gardens, discover inventive, seasonal and locally sourced dishes juxtaposed with classic, old-school hospitality and glamour.
Fine dining and brasserie-style restaurant located within the ground floor of Ayrshire’s famous Lochgreen House Hotel. Our breathtaking restaurant is characterized by magnificent chandeliers, sumptuous seating and ambient lighting evoking the timeless, effortless grandeur of a Parisian style brasserie.
In direct contrast to the atmospheric, romantic style of our flagship Bisque restaurant, our newly, yet sympathetically built Orangery links with our Garden Suite to offer a contemporary outside/in dining experience.
In addition, our menus can be enjoyed in our equally light-filled dining spots, The Brodick Restaurant; lounge & drawing-room.
Enjoy our Lounge, Study and Drawing Room to discover an exclusive selection of cocktails, rare spirits, fine wines, beer & cider. After dinner retire to our Lounge boasting its famous gated Malt Room to sample from a diverse selection of over 120 rare and world-renowned whiskies.
Our culinary values are demonstrated in our motto “Ad Virtutem Nitens” – the pursuit of excellence, which of course extends to the ingredients we source. Allowing the seasons to guide us, we work with the very best suppliers, growers, farmers & makers in Scotland. Much of our seafood is sourced from nearby waters, whilst meat and vegetables are often hand-selected from family-run farms in both Ayrshire and Aberdeenshire.