About the Fairfield House Hotel
Standing proudly on the Ayrshire coastline, Fairfield House Hotel is a magnificent Victorian mansion which has recently been given a major refurbishment.
Once the country home of a Glasgow tea merchant this is now a stunning seafront hotel near to Glasgow Prestwick Airport and Ayr Racecourse. Privately owned by George Martin, an Ayr born accountant and entrepreneur, the Fairfield Hotel is well respected locally for accommodation, food, leisure facilities and conferences. The hotel is a sister company to the Pavilion Theatre in Glasgow, one of the few privately owned theatres in the country.
The ground floor of the building, including the reception area, bar and restaurant has been completely renovated, creating a stylish but not ultra-modern look that blends in perfectly with the hotel’s striking exterior on the edge of Ayr’s Low Green, looking out over the Firth of Clyde to the Isle of Arran.
With its Fairfield suite and boardroom, the 44-bedroom hotel also hosts conferences, seminars and weddings, and can cater for up to 150 delegates or guests. The hotel has hosted the Scottish Conservative Party Conference in Ayr in May 2008.
The Fairfield Leisure Club has a well-equipped gymnasium and an indoor heated swimmingpool complete with spa bath, sauna and steam room.