Accommodation - Eisenhower at Culzean Castle
Comprising six bedrooms, the grand circular Drawing Room and elegant private Dining Room, The Eisenhower Hotel at Culzean Castle is one of the most exclusive places to stay in Scotland.
Visitors can choose to stay in one bedroom (or suite) and enjoy the ‘country house’ ambience with other guests who are staying. Alternatively, why not take the Eisenhower in its entirety for a family gathering, wedding or anniversary celebration or birthday party?
The Eisenhower Hotel is also ideal for entertaining VIP guests in style, or for a small board meeting in the complete privacy and comfort of this very unique retreat.
The Eisenhower Suite is the largest suite in the hotel. Once the room that Eisenhower used during his stays, it has a grandeur befitting a President. Find out more
The Ailsa Suite
The Ailsa Suite takes its name from the title ‘Marquis of Ailsa’ which was bestowed upon the 12th Earl by King William IV. The name ‘Ailsa’ is derived from ‘Ailsa Craig’, a volcanic island located in the Firth of Clyde.Find out more
The Gault Room
The Gault Suite is named after General Sir James (Jimmy) Gault, Eisenhower’s Chief of Staff during the Battle of Europe.Find out more
The Kennedy Room
The Kennedy Room is named after the family name of the Marquis of Ailsa. The Culzean Kennedys are one of Scotland’s oldest families and trace their ancestry to Robert the Bruce.Find out more
The Adam Room
The Adam Room is named after the renowned Scottish architect Robert Adam, who was responsible for the re-design of Culzean Castle from a modest tower house into a neoclassical mansion.Find out more
The Cairncross Room
The Cairncross Room is named after Hugh Cairncross, the ‘clerk of Works’, employed by Robert Adam during the late 18th Century re-design of the Castle.Find out more
The Drawing Room
This elegant, circular Drawing Room boasts breathtaking and panoramic views across the Firth of Clyde towards the Isle of Arran – and on a clear day you might even catch a glimpse of the coast of Northern Ireland.Find out more
The Dining Room
The private dining room was used by Eisenhower to entertain his guests and the layout, and much of the furniture, is still the same today as it was when he sat at the head of the table.Find out more
Relax in comfort in the room that Eisenhower used as his study which now has a television and a selection of films for your enjoyment.Find out more
The Eisenhower at Culzean Castle can be booked on an exclusive-use basis. Find out more