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Loved the scenery relaxing place would be nice to have 2 chairs in room
Whenever I remember that this wonderful hotel is a 4 star hotel, it always makes me wonder, “what else does a hotel have to do to get 5 stars?”
Very nice hotel and excellent service. Good dining options on site.
Lots of plush communal spaces to meet up as a family. Sitting in one place one evening, someone comes by to light the fire nearby. In a couple minutes it was roaring and really warm and cosy despite the huge room! Rooms were described as petite but ample room with newly furbished bathrooms. Beautiful ...
Friendly staff Lovely breakfast, rooms good do with an upgrade.
Enjoyed staying in the Findlay Suite. Dinner at the restaurant was excellent, as was the service.
Pleasant stay very good food friendly staff
Dinner service was outstanding. The food excellent. A great place to stay. Highly recommended.
The setting and old country house feel was nice. The grounds not well kept. The staff is very poorly trained. In general, it does not measure up to Relais and Chateau standards, from my past experiences.
Scotland is renowned throughout the world for their historical connection to the game of golf, which was invented here in the 15th Century, and played by the likes of Mary Queen of Scots, and King James the IV. Fortunately, golf hotels are also located throughout all of Scotland, and include some of the country’s most famous hotels and resorts. For any golfer, a trip to Scotland and the Highlands will see them ticking famed links courses off their bucket list.
Visitors to the mythical region of the Scottish Highlands will find a mix of world class links and moorland courses, from the Gleneagles Resort, host of the Ryder Cup and Johnnie Walker Championship, and the stunning resort course Royal Aberdeen, to Royal Dornoch, host of the British Amateur Championship. For the perfect mix of luxurious accommodation and traditional golf atmosphere, be sure to stay at one of the region’s great golf hotels or resorts, which you can easily book using the Expedia search tool.
Whether you’re a long-time lover of this historical sport or have only recently picked-up the game, a trip to Scotland and the Scottish Highlands will bring you face to face with the world’s most famous courses and their rich histories.