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Maidens Rd., Turnberry, Scotland KA26 9LT, United Kingdom

The Scottish invented golf, and with Turnberry’s opening in 1906 they pioneered the golf resort as well. This is archetypal Scotland: a massive Edwardian estate on a rocky coastal bluff, miles of rolling countryside, a 19th-century lighthouse at land’s end, and two championship golf courses overlooking it all. Of Turnberry’s 150 rooms, 40 were redesigned and reappointed in 2009, with large casement windows—some framing the sea—and a tartan cashmere throw at the foot of each king-size bed.

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Turnberry, A Luxury Collection Resort

The Scottish invented golf, and with Turnberry’s opening in 1906 they pioneered the golf resort as well. This is archetypal Scotland: a massive Edwardian estate on a rocky coastal bluff, miles of rolling countryside, a 19th-century lighthouse at land’s end, and two championship golf courses overlooking it all. Of Turnberry’s 150 rooms, 40 were redesigned and reappointed in 2009, with large casement windows—some framing the sea—and a tartan cashmere throw at the foot of each king-size bed.