Scotland's Best B&Bs
For many it is a pilgrimage; a journey to play where it all started and sample the history and heritage that comes with a round on The Old Course St Andrews or Prestwick or to sample the wonderful courses designed by James Braid or Old Tom Morris. With over 550 courses nestled amongst mountains and lochs, right by the sea or in the shadows of castles, you can find some truly beautiful and iconic golf courses in Scotland.
Not just the birthplace but for many the only place to watch an Open Championship. In Scotland you can walk in the footsteps of champions present and past at The Old Course, Muirfield, Carnoustie, Ailsa Turnberry, Royal Troon and the course where it all teed off Prestwick. Are there any better reasons for choosing Scotland for your golfing vacation? It's not surprising that Scotland was named 'Best Golf Destination in the World' in the World Golf Awards in November 2022, along with the 'Best Golf Destination in Europe' award.
It's not just Open Championship courses that make up a golfing itinerary to Scotland. All round the coast there are classic links courses set by the sea and in sandy dunes. Western Gailes, Cruden Bay, Royal Dornoch and Gullane may be some of the best known but every area in Scotland has its share for golfers of all abilities and for all budgets. Links golf is for many the game in its purest form and Scotland has seaside courses to spare.
Every traveller has a different take on what constitutes good hospitality and the strength of a golfing holiday in Scotland is the breadth and depth of the service and welcome that comes with a tour of our country. Your hosts can often book tee times for you at their local golf course and our traditional Scottish welcome is legendary.
Speak to your host when you book and they can help you organise the perfect golfing break