The cradle of golf. The oldest field in the world. A must for lovers of this sport.
Embark on a unique golf trip in Scotland, an outstanding destination for golf enthusiasts. From Dumbarnie Golf Resort to Leven Links Golf, enjoy iconic courses. The pinnacle is St. Louis. St. Andrews, the birthplace of golf, with its rich history and tradition. A gala dinner closes the experience. Combine world-class play, scenic beauty and Scottish authenticity to create unforgettable memories in this world-renowned golf destination.
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The Waterfront – Anstruther, situated on the picturesque shores of Anstruther overlooking the marina and the Firth of Forth.
Here at The Waterfront, we invite you to enjoy our relaxed and informal atmosphere.
Personally managed and offering only the highest standards made us so successful that we decided to build eight 4-star en-suite rooms centered around our courtyard gardens.
Aside from Pebble Beach, there are few world-class courses capable of offering such an expanse of beach and waterfront as we have been fortunate to have at Dumbarnie Links.
Leven Links is one of the oldest golf courses in Scotland and golf dates back to the mid-19th century. Leven is believed to be the first course in the world to have 18 separate tees and 18 separate greens. A traditional links with undulating fairways, many of which are lined with ancient sand dunes, fast putting surfaces, burns and bunkers.
Golf has been played at St Andrews Links for 600 years. In 1552, Archbishop Hamilton’s Charter recognized the right of the people of St Andrews to play golf on the Links. It has the oldest course in the world, the Old Course.
[INCLUÍDA] The Scottish Wemyss family has a long-standing passion for malt whisky and its connections to the industry date back to the early 19th century, when John Haig (founder of Haig’s) built his first distillery on Wemyss land.
[INCLUÍDA] Edinburgh is the compact and hilly capital of Scotland. It has a medieval old town and an elegant Georgian new town with gardens and neoclassical buildings. Towering over the city is Edinburgh Castle, which houses the Scottish crown jewels and the Stone of Destiny, which was used in the coronation of Scotland’s rulers. Arthur’s Seat is an imposing hilltop in Holyrood Park with panoramic views and Calton Hill has monuments and memorials at its top.
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