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We had a delightful stay in the older part of the hotel on the first floor. The room was cosy, beds comfortable .A nice touch was a small decanter of sherry.We stayed 2 nights as part of our 500 mile trip. Ate both nights in the hotel food was good , in particular the cured salmon. All the staff ...
I had to check out early due to illness but the rest of my party really enjoyed their stay, the breakfast was first class as was the friendly staff. The lift was broken but we were told we could use the service lift so this wasn't a problem.
Great hotel to stay at, breakfast is a great start to your day. If you have time to get a massage it's worth it! Staff are awesome- always willing to go out of their way to accommodate you and your needs. Restaurant could have had better service and food but it is what it is. Even though the fire ...
We enjoyed our stay . But think £16 allowance for half board at dinner time is not enough for 2 courses as you will always have to pay extra. Drinks at bar are very expensive at £6 per nip before you even add your mixer.
We were travelling with an autistic member of the family - he is noisy and rude at times but we were able to relax. The staff and surroundings were great. We ate in the bar - he is 19 - and no worry of messy tablecloths etc. A lot of children at the hotel and very relaxing for all our family.
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.