Machrihanish

Set on the western side of the remote Kintyre Peninsula. The course was extended to twelve holes by Charles Hunter, and later modified by Old Tom Morris in 1879. The course was altered again in 1914 by J.H. Taylor and Sir Guy Campbell. One of the most natural, romantic and most enjoyable places to play golf in the entire British Isles.

Once regarded as the pinnacle of luxury accommodation in Western Scotland, The Ugadale Hotel has been restored to its former glory as the centerpiece of The Village at Machrihanish Dunes.  Overlooking Machrihanish Bay, this luxury four-star hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Machrihanish Dune Golf Course.  Amenities include a full-service spa and fitness room.  They have an elegant restaurant and pub in a private club setting serving Scottish cuisine. 
For those looking for a more secluded atmosphere, look no further than the Ugadale Cottages.  Just steps from the Ugadale Hotel and set against the Atlantic ocean, the Cottages are a perfect getaway for groups and families.  Private amenities include your own entrance, modern kitchen, living room, fireplace, and en suite bathrooms.  Enjoy all of the amenities the Ugadale Hotel has to offer while enjoying your own two-bedroom cottage.  

 
This luxury, four-star resort hotel overlooking historic Campbeltown Harbor is great for walking to the town's pubs, restaurants and shops.  Their Harbourview Grille and Black Sheep Pub offer fine, local cuisine.  The hotel also offers a shuttle service to Machrihanish Dunes Golf Club and the Ugadale Hotel, to enjoy their fitness room and spa.