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2 Monktonhall

(Ref. 1054718)

Troon, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway Show on map


Sykes rating

  • 8 Guests

  • 4 Bedrooms

  • 4 Bathrooms

  • Pets No


  • Off road parking
  • Garden / Patio
  • Highchair available
  • Washing machine
  • Dishwasher
  • Broadband / WiFi

Reviews & Ratings

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6 Customer Reviews

  • "Lovely place to stay, looks fantastic."

    Very comfortable and well appointed. Few very important issues though. No instructions on how to use , where to put the rubbish or find things, no guide to aid the people staying there. Top bedrooms cold, no way to heat them at all. Kitchen had the basics but misses enough bowls etc. one of the toilets flushes itself constantly throughout the night. All showers are not warm, just about manageable but all on the cold side. No WiFi throughout the stay although we were given assurances that it would work. Had to really on mobile data to do work so no idea what costs I incurred there. Heating ran out of gas on our last night. Had to sit in one room that was very cold. Parking is a bit of a mystery, seems you just dump your car at the door and hope it’s ok. As I say lovely place but too many little issues that cause the stay to be difficult

    Reviewed by Craig3.4Dec 2021

  • "Sadly we spent our first day cleaning a very dirty kitchen and hoovering the whole of the property."

    We had no heating on arrival but we managed to get this sorted on our third day. There was no wifi for the length of our stay; when we logged onto the router the webpage informed us that the line from the exchange to the property had been disconnected because the bill had not been paid. On our final day, we woke up to no heating. The property relies on a top-up pay meter. Gas is also required for the cooking hob. I was not going to spend our last day getting a gas payment card topped up! This is a lovely property that needs a lot of TLC. For example, the downpipes from the bathrooms need to be repaired. It is not a pleasant sight seeing toilet paper and tampons outside the kitchen back door. I can not recommend this property.

    Reviewed by Alistair2.5Nov 2021

  • "Heating fixed after 2 days of negotiations."

    Multiple leaks into sleeping accommodation. Jacuzzi baths/ showers have not worked in years. Building and grounds crumbling.

    Reviewed by Jane1.3Sep 2021

  • "The hall itself was lovely and pretty much as expected."

    The hall appears to be up for sale and this may contribute to the lack of investment in keeping it up to standard. Some of the paintwork was flaking away in some of the rooms. Some light fittings with no bulbs or bulbs that didn't work. The jets in the jacuzzi bath in the main bedroom weren't working and that was one of the reasons I chose the hall. A leak in the skylight in the upstairs bedrooms bathroom that caused water to drip into the bath and 2 of our party awake one night as it was raining. Broken toilet seat in one of the other bedrooms. The wifi was nearly none existent as soon as you left the ground floor despite there being a booster in the main bedroom. However the kitchen was lovely and well set out but there were a few utensils missing that we had to go and purchase to enable us to cook and the only other thing that was slightly vexing was when we tried to cook breakfast in the morning we discovered there was no gas and after contacting the owner I had to drive a couple of miles with the gas card to put money on which the owner reimbursed me for. For the money spend for a week I was a little disappointed in the accommodation and I doubt I would book there again

    Reviewed by Edward3.1Sep 2021

  • "Let me start my review by saying that, on balance, I would stay at 2 Monktonhall again."

    On the positive side: - the property is very spacious and the kitchen, living room and dining area were particularly impressive - the bedrooms were very large, with comfortable mattresses and linen - it's well furnished throughout the main living areas - the gardens are lovely and the seating area gets the sun from morning to late afternoon - private parking and it felt like a secure location - excellently located for Troon beach and Ayrshire coast The negatives during our trip were: - the bathrooms (4!) are all basic and 3 had faults making them sub-standard. One had a broken toilet seat, which had been removed but just placed to the side before our arrival, and one had the sink plug stuck in the sink. Two bathrooms feature/show jacuzzi style baths, but these are not useable. Out of 4 bathrooms we therefore had the use of 2. - it is disappointing that there is no private outside area. This is shared with the other properties (4 I believe) - the kitchen didn't have some basic equipment e.g. tin opener, potatoe masher, scales, oven dishes and there was only just enough cutlery. - on arrival the WiFi was not working, came on next day so no big issue. However I did actually text the owner/caretaker, and received no response. I felt they should have followed up with me. - I spoke to the people staying at number 1, we could both hear each other during our stay. It didn't ruin our stay (we both had children), but it may give others concern. A funny thing... our dining table actually vibrated whilst no 1 had their washing machine on! I feel that some of the issues we had could be rectified over time/as the owners complete (?) their upgrades. Overall, we did have a lovely week, and I think the lasting impression will be that we had a grand time in this characterful property.

    Reviewed by Inderpal3.1Aug 2021

  • "An incredible property overlooking terraced lawns, surrounded by woods."

    Close to Troon and the beach. This is a spectacular house with massive rooms, nicely furnished. There were a few teething problems due to the fact that we were among the first people to stay there, but they were dealt with responsively and responsibly by the owner. We actually ended up staying in 1 Monktonhall because the hot water was not yet working in 2 Monktonhall, but the owner gave us full access to the latter with its large kitchen and panelled library, and our grandson had immense fun playing hide-and-seek in this impressive mansion. The nearby Prestwick airport is barely utilised, but on the rare occasion we heard a noise, we would all rush out to see a massive four-engine transport plane rise low above the woods - another bonus for our grandson

    Reviewed by John4.4Jun 2021

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  • Three-storey house
  • Four bedrooms: 1 x king-size with Jack-and-Jill en-suite bath, separate walk-in shower, basin, bidet and WC, 1 x second-floor king-size with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x second-floor king-size with en-suite bath, shower over, basin and WC, 1 x king-size
  • Bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC
  • Cloakroom with basin and WC
  • Kitchen/dining room
  • Utility room
  • Living/dining room
  • Sitting room.
  • Central heating
  • Electric oven and gas hob, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher, Smart TV and WiFi
  • Fuel and power inc. in rent
  • Bed linen and towels inc. in rent
  • Off-road parking available
  • Private garden with lawned area and use of a communal lawn
  • Sorry, no pets and no smoking
  • Shop 1.7 miles, pub 2 miles
  • Note: This property is bookable with ref 1053449 together sleeping 16.

The property

2 Monktonhall is a grand three-storey villa conversion, perfectly positioned on beautiful and tranquil private grounds near the picturesque village of Troon in Scotland.

Spend your evenings chatting with friends around the impressive kitchen island as you grab a bottle of wine from the wonderful wine chiller, watching the chef of the group take to the impressive hob and electric oven to prepare a fabulous feast for all.

Tuck in at the pretty wood breakfast table, or continue through to the more formal living/dining room and enjoy a sophisticated dinner at the spacious mahogany table before retiring over to the plush tartan sofas to map out your upcoming plans for your holiday.

A further sitting room lies right across the hallway and has been appointed with traditional furnishings and a contemporary Smart TV, as well as a striking fire for keeping warm on those cold winter nights.

The ground floor is then finished with a well-designed utility room featuring a washing machine, and a handy cloakroom.

Two inviting king-size bedrooms can be found on the first floor, one of which boasts a chic Jack-and-Jill bathroom with an impressive spa bath and a separate walk-in shower, whilst the other is served by a large family bathroom.

A second staircase can be found leading up to two additional king-size bedrooms, each exuding natural light from large bay windows and complete with their very own en-suite bathrooms.

Be sure to make the most of warmer weather with lunch alfresco in your private garden, or basking in the sunshine on the well-manicured lawns of the communal garden.

See the very best that Scotland has to offer with days spent in the neighbouring golf town of Troon, or afternoons wandering the shores of Ayr former home of Scotland’s national poet Robert Burns.

Surrounded by wonder and excitement, 2 Monktonhall is an excellent choice for any family or group celebration in Scotland.

There is a train station in nearby Glasgow for anyone wanting to leave their car behind.

EPC Rating: Band D


Tucked away close to Troon and by the beautiful shores of the north Ayrshire coast, lie the large and well-appointed dwellings of Monktonhall. Set within a grand home on idyllic private land, these adjoining homes host a total of eight bedrooms with a mixture of en-suites and bathrooms. Renovated to a high standard throughout, each of the properties is complete with a fully-fitted kitchen boasting a plethora of appliances, and a sitting/dining room offering a fantastic space to entertain your nearest and dearest. Both dwellings benefit from their own private garden and use of the well-kept communal lawns, perfect for those warm summer days. Just a pleasant walk from the town of Troon and easy access to Ayr and Kilmarnock, guests will be spoilt for choice with an abundance of scenic coastal walks and excellent attractions to occupy your days. Wander the soft sands of Barassie Beach and Lang Scots Mile or travel inland to the Falls of Clyde, a breath-taking area of woodland owned by Scottish Wildlife Trust, great for hiking and cycling! Tour the 18th century mansion of Dumfries House or explore the 14th century Monolithic ruins of Dundonald Castle. Other attractions include the popular Ayr South Pier, Scottish Maritime Museum and the medieval remains of St. John's Tower, as well as the Fullarton Fairy Trail and Heads of Ayr Farm Park, ideal for those travelling with little ones. The village itself is home to a friendly Post Office with a handy store and a pub serving up tasty hot dinners, together providing all the necessities for a smooth-sailing self-catering stay. Glasgow Prestwick Airport can be found resting just over a mile away, making this the perfect spot for holidaymakers from across the world.

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About the location


  • Ayr 11 miles
  • Kilmarnock 12 miles

Troon is a small seaside town situated on the north Ayrshire coast, overlooking the Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig. It boasts stunning, sandy beaches with wonderful views and has become a popular place for kitesurfing with the strong Atlantic winds making it an ideal spot. There is a bustling harbour that is home to Ayrshire's fish market, which supplies locally-caught fish and seafood, to restaurants at the nearby marina. The town also offers a wealth of charming independent cafés, as well as a range of unique boutiques, shops and a swimming pool. Known as a golfing hotspot, Troon is home to an incredible seven courses including Royal Troon, which is one of the hosts of the Open Golf Championships. The town also holds an annual music festival held in the autumn, known as Live@Troon. The towns of Ayr and Kilmarnock, the latter being home to the largest Burns monument in Scotland, are just 25 minutes' drive away.

This property offers the following short breaks:

  • Winter
  • Off-season
  • Last minute
  • Christmas