Scotts Bar & Restaurant
20 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4
About this place
Situated at the Troon Yacht Haven, Scotts is a stunning bar and restaurant which looks out towards the picturesque Isle of Arran and Ailsa Craig. A luxurious, comfortable interior complements this panoramic view, creating a laid-back atmosphere which gradually evolves throughout the day.
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Great views over marina and Arran. Great choice for coffee, breakfast, lunch or dinner. Amazing cocktails 🍸
A 25 minute drive from The Old Church, experience lovely views over Troon Marina.
Located at the beautiful marina this restaurant offers fine dining and a cocktail bar. £££
Situated at Troon Harbour this is a great place for all ages. Enjoy a lovely cocktail or early morning breakfasts. Lunch and dinner great too. Probably best to book.
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