Carnoustie Golf Hotel & Spa


Carnoustie Golf Hotel offers extensive facilities including 81 luxury en-suite bedrooms and 10 suites with amazing views over the Championship Course, the sea and the local town of Carnoustie. Extensive spa and health facilities include a large heated swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room and, for the more energetic a fully-equipped gymnasium. While staying at the hotel you can follow in the footsteps of some of history’s greatest golfers and test yourself to a challenging round on Carnoustie’s inspiring Championship golf course and take on its infamous Barry Burn, where Frenchman Jean van der Velde came to grief on the 18th hole in the 1999 Open Championship while leading and handed victory to Scotland’s Paul Lawrie. Carnoustie has three golf courses with the Championship Course being one of the world’s truly must-play courses. It has hosted the Open Championship on seven occasions and will be the venue once again in 2018. Carnoustie’s other two courses – the Burnside Course and Buddon Links – are both fine tests of golf, if somewhat shorter than their illustrious neighbour. May 2014 also saw the addition of The Nestie, a six-hole junior course situated on the old first fairway of the Buddon Links and free for all to play.
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