- Very Good
- 32 guest reviews
"I've known this hotel for many decades but only recently stayed in it a couple of times. It's got some good points and a few things that jus..."
"The room was clean and tidy.The television was far too small and kept losing the picture. One of the curtain's had the first 2 or 3 hooks co..."
"Ideal homely, friendly hotel with first class food..."
"I enjoyed the two days spent at the Lauriston Hotel, the staff were friendly and helpful and the food was excellent. They even went out of t..."
"this hotel was quite run down and the receptionist seemed to be at a loss that we had a booking there. We had booked it on line about 6 mont..."
About the hotel
Since being taken over in April 2011 the Family run, Lauriston Hotel boasts the highest levels of service, accomodation and menus to suit all tastes. The Lauriston retains an individuality of character and style, and offers a unique, memorable, and special Ayrshire hotel experience. Now with free Wi Fi Located in the town of Ardrossan on the Ayrshire coast, the Lauriston Hotel forms the perfect base to explore the renowned Ayrshire coastline with all associated attractions and amenities.
Situated on the waterfront, the Lauriston Hotel also has wonderful views overlooking the Isle of Arran, reached by ferry from the nearby Ardrossan Terminal. The Ayrshire coast is famous for its beaches and seaside resorts and activities. Also well known for the Burn’s trail and a long historical and cultural heritage, you can follow in the footsteps of Scotland's most famous poet Robert Burns and visit many monuments, castles, and other historic sites. And there is of course the golf, for which Ayrshire has become rightly renowned. Turnberry and Royal Troon are just two examples of nearby world class courses and the choice from beautiful parkland courses to championship links golf is sure to keep any golfing enthusiast busy through some outstanding leisure golf and golfing services. Amenities and services at Lauriston Hotel are everything you would expect from such a quality Ayrshire hotel. Our five non smoking rooms offer well presented comfortable accommodation, all with en suite, some with stunning sea views. Dine at our popular restaurant where excellent home cooked dishes are the order of the day and relax in our bar with a drink or our sun terrace of a beautiful summer’s evening. At Lauriston Hotel we cater for private functions, weddings, events and conferences. Our Arran suite holds up to 200 people for your event and our attentive and professional staff will ensure the smooth running of your event and fine-tuned services tailored to your exact requirements. *** please note the Lauriston Hotel is a non smoking hotel***
Showing Thursday 30 July 2015 to Friday 31 July 2015Change Search
We currently have no rooms available for this hotel that match your search criteria. Try changing your search or select an alternative hotel.
- Hotel Non-Smoking Throughout
- Hotel services
- 24 Hour Reception, Wake Up Call Available
- Family friendly
- Cots available
- Wedding Licence
- Car parking available onsite
- Meeting Facilities, Business Centre, Private dining services
- Restaurant, Lounge Menu, Bar
- In room entertainment
- TV, Satellite TV, Radio
- In room facilities
- Tea/Coffee making facilities in each room, Hairdryer in each room, Iron And Board In Each Room
Useful Info Show/hide
- From 14:00 hours
- Until 11:00 hours
- The price shown is based on the occupancy and dates you have searched for. Prices and availability are subject to change based on the arrival date, number of nights and occupancy searched for. All prices are inclusive of all local taxes.
- Pets are not allowed
Our reviews are from genuine LateRooms.com customers. We verify that the customer has stayed before leaving a review.
78% would recommend it to a friend
I've known this hotel for many decades but only recently stayed in it a couple of times.
It's got some good points and a few things that just let it down.
Friendly helpful staff ++
Value for money on accommodation especially if you get a deal
Very nice bar, conservatory style dining area - nicely kitted out
Function room is quite nice tho needs some pizzaz
Comfortable enough beds
Flexible and accommodating attitude to meeting customer needs
Food in restaurant is good if a bit stodgy sometimes - great chips tho.
Freshly cooked hot breakfast - but why no Stornoway black pudding when it's on the dinner menu.
Free wifi - well done. Not so Good:
It's as if they ran out of money for the refurb when they got halfway through doing the bedrooms.
Bathrooms particularly need redecoration and HEATING. It's freezing - and wee bits of damp as a result
Cheap chipped woodchip barely covers the walls
Mismatch between styles ) carpets / curtains v bedding and pain/artwork) in rooms
V small TVs in rooms
The slightly annoying local dialect explanations of dishes on the menu - and if not familiar with local dialect it could be worse than annoying.
The mark up on really ordinary wine like the Pinot Noir felt like a rip off :-(
My 'soaked in booze' trifle - wasn't. Could not discern any sherry at all and the custard tasted like tinned and the cream possibly not fresh cream - disappointing - but sticky toffee pud an ice cream delish
Having to ask six times in 2 days for the too loud intrusive music in the lounge //dining room to be turned down so we could have a conversation.
Would be nice to slightly expand breakfast menu to include porridge, fresh fruit, yogurt - healthier option
No disabled access to bedrooms
To sum up - if they can find a way to complete refurb upstairs and improve a few aspects of quality of food this would go from being an ok 3 star to a really good one.
Reference the room.
The room was clean and tidy.The television was far too small and kept losing the picture.
One of the curtain's had the first 2 or 3 hooks come of the rail, but has the room had a very high ceiling i could'nt put them back on the rail. The rooms are cleaned every day, which i find rather nice. The shower was very roomy cosidering i'm rather on the large size, which is a great plus in my eyes. The bed was also very comfortable as well as being large. The food in the restaurant very tasty and well presented,i also enjoyed the breakfast meals which you choose the night before. The staff i found very welcoming and extremely helpful. The only fault is they don't have a lift,on the plus side the stairs are very shallow so are easy to climb if you are slightly disabled. The hotel is situated about 200yds from Southbeach railway station if you want the train to visit Glasgow, which me and my wife found very handy.