Golf hotels in Scotland
Knockinaam Lodge - 'Refurb Rates' Special Offer
The Green Park - Free Theatre Ticket Special Offer
Forss House - Three Nights for the Price of Two Special Offer
Knockendarroch Hotel - Book 2 nights and get a 3rd half price Special Offer
Shieldaig Lodge - Food Lovers Package Special Offer
Rufflets - £150 Dining Credit Autumn/Winter Special Offer
The Dunstane Houses - Stay Longer, Save More Special Offer
Melville Castle - Three Nights for the Price of Two Special Offer
Isle of Iona
The Peat Inn
Isle of Harris
The Cross at Kingussie
The Inn at Loch Tummel
The Ship Inn
Craigatin House and Courtyard
Loch Gorm House
The Meikleour Arms
The Kirkstyle Inn & Rooms
Isle of Colonsay
The Fife Arms
The Bonnie Badger
Hartfell House & The Limetree Restaurant
Scenic locations and luxurious golf hotels in Scotland
Golf is a sport that really captures the imagination courtesy of international superstars like Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods, but it’s also very much a passion for people who get involved with it, not least of all because of the spectacular locations across the UK where some of the world’s most famous golf courses reside.
Scotland is a particularly beautiful and at times challenging place in which to play golf. The borders, highlands and coastal courses make for varied climates and environments in which to play, whether you’re a beginner or seasoned pro. Whether you’re looking for a hotel within easy reach of Scotland’s most famous cities – the history and culture in Edinburgh or the fervent character or Glasgow, there’s such a broad reaching selection of hotels available for those interested in golf as well as other country pursuits including fishing and hiking.
Take for example the Balcary Bay Hotel, in an idyllic setting by the water that also provides an extremely romantic setting for visitors enjoying a break with their partner. Equally, foodies will delight in the home made charms of Caddon View, a friendly guesthouse in the Tweed valley.
There’s also a wealth of history at Scotland’s hotels, with the likes of Ballathie House not only providing excellent locations for sports and a particular interest in salmon fishing, but a real sense of Scotland’s past courtesy of impressive architecture and a joyful collection of carefully considered interiors. Similarly, Rufflets in St Andrews is a turreted mansion, built for the widow of a Dundee jute baron in the 1920s and retaining much of the romance of that bygone era.