Accommodation

From Five Star World Class golfing resorts to the humble Bed and Breakfast there is accommodation to suit every budget in the East of Scotland. Gleneagles Hotel, home to the Ryder Cup in 2014 boasts four golf courses amongst its huge array of amenities and is the perfect location for that once in a lifetime trip with the family or a group of friends.

In Carnoustie Country the four star Carnoustie Hotel and Spa overlooks the world famous Carnoustie Links, scene of so many historic 18th hole dramas during the Open.

East Lothian has a diverse range of accommodation from hotels overlooking the famous links to castles, self catering and B&Bís. 

Fife is famous as the Home of Golf and The Old Course Hotel overlooks the world-renowned St Andrews Links. On the outskirts of the town is The Fairmont St Andrews complex with two courses of itís own.  With great knowledge of the game you can be assured that your hosts will not only know your golfing needs but may also be prepared to offer you advice on where and when to play. 


Carnoustie Country

Between rounds make time to enjoy the wildlife and glorious scenery of Carnoustie Country - it is ideal walking and cycling country with gentle paths or strenuous hill climbs. The rich and clear coastal waters and rivers of the county make Angus a fisherman's paradise, offering challenging angling on rivers and lochs, on the sea and on the shore.

At the end of your day it's time to relax, so whether you want an a la carte dining experience or a comfortable pub lunch - served with a warm Scottish welcome - you are sure to find it in Carnoustie Country. Taste the wholesome local produce: succulent summer berries, the freshest sea food, the finest Angus Beef and our famous Arbroath Smokie - a wood-smoked delicacy not to be missed!

Ceilidhs, concerts, sessions, night clubbing, festivals and theatre - or just a quiet drink with a beautiful view after a great round of golf - you can find it here.

The accommodation is comfortable and you're sure of a warm welcome wherever you stay.

Angus is seldom crowded and utterly authentic - so why not stay a little longer with us, and discover one of Scotland's best-kept secrets?

For more information on where to stay and what to do while in Carnoustie Country, visit www.angusahead.com and www.dundee.com.

Fife

From castles to cosy B&Bs, from caravan parks to country cottages, Fife has the widest range of holiday accommodation in the country.

Each of our properties is Quality Assured from hostels through B&Bs and self catering through to campus accommodation and caravans and camp sites. So whether you prefer to spend the night under canvas or the canopy of a four-poster bed you can be assured that you'll know what standard to expect.

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Perthshire

No matter what type of accommodation you are seeking, Perthshire can offer something to suit every budget. The options are many - elegant five-star country house hotels, rustic country inns, luxurious log cabins, cosy B&Bs and holiday parks set amidst some of Scotland's finest scenery. Whatever your choice, you can expect the highest standards in a range that suits all budgets. Use the links below to select your preferred type of accommodation, check availability and book on-line with many establishments in Perthshire.

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East Lothian

East Lothian has within its relatively small confines, a broad range of accommodation to complement your golfing break.

All are well geared to the needs of visiting golfers. Courses are so close together; you can stay in one property for the duration of your visit, centrally located for each course, yet close enough to Edinburgh to fit in some sightseeing.

500 year old castles and stately homes, to 5 star exclusive use properties. 

For a full list of accommodation in East Lothian, please click here.