Nairn

Ranked 18th best golf course in Scotland, Nairn is one of Scotlandís lesser-known gems. Archie Simpson originally designed the championship course in 1887. A few years later, Old Tom Morris extended the course with James Braid and Ben Sayers making further alterations along the way.

Originally a 16th century Jacobean castle, since converted into a four-star ivy-clad, country house hotel, located in a private country setting just outside of downtown Inverness. There’s a modern Scottish restaurant, a library bar and lounge with a fireplace. Enjoy the 40 acres of gardens and trails, croquet, tennis, and dungeon sauna.
Well-appointed four-star hotel overlooking the links of Royal Dornoch. There is a golf-themed sports bar as well as a conservatory dining room.
Luxury, five-star castle hotel is set within some of Scotland’s finest scenery at the foothills of Ben Nevis Mountain. The castle only has 17 rooms, each individually decorated in period style. Their posh restaurant, which requires men wear a jacket at dinner, serves modern British cuisine with French influences.
Luxury, five-star castle hotel is set within some of Scotland’s finest scenery at the foothills of Ben Nevis Mountain. The castle only has 17 rooms, each individually decorated in period style. Their posh restaurant, which requires men wear a jacket at dinner, serves modern British cuisine with French influences.