Carnoustie Golf Hotel
What We Love
- A scenic stay at a golf and spa resort on the eastern shores of Scotland, with optional wineTackling one of the hardest par fours in golf on the Burnside Course's 17th hole
- Really relaxing with some time in the hotel's swimming pool, Jacuzzi and sauna
- Tucking into locally-sourced ingredients in the hotel's bistro restaurant
What To Know
- The hotel is in the middle of being refurbished – non-renovated rooms are tired
- Leisure facilities include a pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, and steam room
- Free WiFi and onsite parking
You can’t beat the rugged beauty of Scotland; a landscape filled with moody mountains, gorgeous glens and sweeping sandy beaches. Carnoustie sits on Scotland’s eastern coast, within easy distance of the area’s popular attractions, including the childhood home of the Queen Mother, Glamis Castle, and Captain Scott’s Discovery Ship. The whisky trail is also nearby, if you fancy sampling a local dram or two.
Carnoustie Golf Hotel offers all you’ll need for a relaxing seaside stay. It sits right on the edge of the Carnoustie Golf Links Championship Course, drawing golfers from the world over. As well as a challenging but satisfying round of golf, guests here can enjoy the tempting leisure facilities, which include an indoor pool, Jacuzzi and sauna, before tucking into locally-sourced produce in the hotel’s bistro restaurant.
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Staying at the Carnoustie Golf Hotel and Spa was an excellent experience. Great course view from our room. Delicious food, excellent service, great spa and I had an amazing facial as a birthday treat.
I am currently in the so called room (only room )with facilities for disabled the facilities apart from room door that I just manage to hold open whilst my husband wheels himself in or out is a wet room not a grab rail in site, the shower chair which we asked if they had when we booked and was assured they had is a plastic garden chair, there is nowhere to put any toiletries in the shower apart from the floors good luck to anyone with mobility issues with that one
When I spoke to the manager about our difficulties the response was it’s the only room there is and we can’t do anything about it
So looks the break I was looking forward to is trying to manage as best I can no shower for mt disabled husband has to do with a body wash
Needless to say won’t be back and the next I want to book anywhere with disabled facilities I will ask for photographers of what they consist of
We are a party of six who travel regularly with work and we have all discussed how friendly and helpful the staff are. The lovely girls in Reception Amy, Holly and Sarah were outstanding along with the Porters. So refreshing to staff who actually enjoy their job and are always smiling. Definitely a reason to return 😊
Had a good stay at this hotel, we had our 13 yo & our dog with us. We had a family room on the 1st floor, overlooking the car park but the other side currently has a view of the set up for the open at the end of the month so we weren’t missing out.
There’s plenty of parking, outside patio for eating or drinking and a good choice of breakfast options. I didn’t have time to use the spa which I was disappointed about but I’d come back so It’s on the list for next time.
Spacious room and bathroom with huge mirror and good lighting (it’s very important to us girls)
Good choice of teas, coffee, hot choc & biscuits. I could have done with a fridge but there was an ice machine next to the lifts.
It’s right next to the beach which was very clean.
Excellent hotel , Staff very friendly and helpful. Terrific room overlooking the 1st tee and 18th green of the championship golf course.
Room very clean and bed very comfortable.
Food also very good with excellent choices .
Lovely overnight stay .