Carnoustie Golf Hotel and Spa
Create a Memorable Golf Break at Carnoustie
One of the most popular destinations for a golf break in the UK the Carnoustie Hotel is another great hotel steeped in history with bragging rights as it has hosted the Open Championship in both 1999 and 2007. This fantastic property has numerous facilities, including three golf courses The Budden, The Burnside, and The Championship Links. After dragging yourself away from the fantastic golf here the hotel also offers the Spa with a swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, a 15 station gymnasium, jacuzzi, and steam room. Elemis is the brand of choice at the spa with a great selection of treatments to relax and revitalize during your stay.
The on-site restaurant has been recently refurbished The Calders Bistro served up local favourites sourced from local produce. Although the property is extensive in size it has only 105 rooms and suites all modern in design with varying views across the golf courses. The Suite of note here is The Ben Hogan Suite, located on the third floor with its own private balcony overlooking the Championship golf course and beyond. Carnoustie is also a great venue for meeting with meeting rooms accommodating from 16 persons up to the largest holding up to 250 persons.
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Where to Play Golf: Carnoustie Championship Course
Links Parade, Carnoustie, DD7 7JE
Which popular attractions are close to Carnoustie?
There are numerous choices within striking distance of the resort, Glamis Castle, Arbroath Abbey, Carlungie Earth House, Monikie Water Sports, Discovery Point, Dunhope Castle, and Broughty Castle.
Can I park my car at the Hotel?
Yes, you may park free of charge with no need to pre-book
Who owns Carnoustie Golf Hotel?
Be-Spoke Hotels currently own and manage Carnoustie.
What are the check-in and check-out times at the Hotel?
Checkin is from 3 pm and checkout is until 11 am.
Alternative Scottish Golf Resorts
The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews, Scotland
The Gleneagles Hotel, Scotland
Turnberry Golf Resort, Scotland