Golf Accommodation in Scotland

ISLE OF ARRAN

  • FAR HORIZONS HOLIDAY COTTAGES
    Located on one of Arran's traditional sea-farms, 4 miles south of Blackwaterfoot. A secluded base for couples or families in a tranquil rural setting. Choice of three 3-star cottages with 2 bedrooms (1 twin & 1 double), bathroom, lounge/dining area, kitchen, spiral staircase, patio with barbecue. 4-star cottage sleeping 8 with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen & dining area, lounge & sun room. Facilities include digital TV, DVD, washer / tumble drier, dishwasher. Online booking. Short breaks available.
  • HAMILTON COTTAGES
    Choice of 3 stylish holiday cottages with views across open countryside. Near Shiskine & Blackwaterfoot. Each cottage has 2 or 3 double/twin bedrooms plus a futon and 2 bathrooms. Lounge with TV, DVD player, hi-fi. Kitchen with cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave, etc. Designed for wheelchair access. Short breaks available. Pets by arrangement. Large shared garden.
Traigh Golf Course
Photo copyright Traigh Golf Course

ROAD TO THE ISLES
The Traigh Golf Course - situated between Morar and Arisaig - is set amidst in the spectacular coastal scenery of the Road to the Isles.

SCOTLAND'S BEST B&Bs
4 and 5 star quality lodgings throughout the country - friendly places welcoming no more than 6 guests at a time.

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Free Brochure:
VisitScotland has the Golf in Scotland (e-brochure to download): an A to Z of golf course listings, golf passes, travel tips, events, accommodation, plus regional golf guides

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Golf Books

Scotland's Golf Courses
This region-by-region guide gives in-depth information about each golf course. Includes photographs and specially drawn maps, this book is the definitive guide for the serious golf enthusiast.
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Blasted Heaths and Blessed Greens:
A Golfer's Pilgrimage to the Courses of Scotland

Following on from the success of his Irish golf course book, James W. Finegan, retired golf columnist of the Philadelphia Inquirer, has produced this excellent guide with great descriptions of both the island and mainland courses of Scotland. Very Highly Recommended.
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Golf Great Britain and Ireland:
A Traveler's Guide to More Than 2,500 Courses in England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and Ireland

A very comprehensive guide. Invaluable for planning your golfing trip to Britain.
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