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Accommodations for Scotland Golf in the Northeast

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Golf in the northeast of Scotland is found between the rugged Grampian mountains that dominate the central landmass and the North Sea that washes the long coastline. Along this coast plane, between the mountains and the sea, is found a string of wonderful golf courses, some internationally famous and others locally reknowned. At the center of the region is Aberdeen Town, the third oldest town in Scotland, which is now the center of the Northsea Oil Industry as well as a tourism and commercial center.

Bed & Breakfasts and Guest Houses for Scotland Golf In the Northeast

A. Auld Cummerton: Auld Cummerton is off the beaten track and nestles in the upper reaches of Royal Donside within its own woodland and enjoys magnificent views towards the mountains of Royal Deeside. Originally built in 1760, it has been recently restored it to a very high standard.
B. Backmarch House: x
C. Braehead Villa: Superior quality bed and breakfast accommodation, in a pleasant and central location, only two minutes walk from the town center and shops. Fully en-suite rooms. Scottish breakfast, or continental, and vegetarian.
D. Cluny View Bed and Breakfast: x
E. Craigellachie Lodge: Come home to a superb 17th century mansion set in mature gardens with commanding views of the River Spey, punctuated by one of Thomas Telford's diminutive bridges. The prestigious lodge provides all that is best in relaxation and comfort for you and your family.
F. Gowanbrae: A Victorian style property with spacious rooms, tastefully modernized and decorated. There is a warm welcoming dining room, where you can enjoy a good Scottish breakfast. Every room is en-suite with T.V., Tea, Coffee and central heating. There is also a guests lounge where you can relax in the comfortable surroundings.
G. Kildonan Guest House: Offers bed and breakfast style accommodation in the north east of Scotland. Our luxury rooms, wide range of services and accessability to both Aberdeen City and the surrounding Deeside area, including its golf courses, are perfect for the American visitor.
H. Locerbain Farm: Situated high in the wooded hills above the Dailuiane Distillery and with spectacular views across to Ben Rinnes, yet only a five minute drive from the picturesque village of Aberlour, Locherbain Farm offers bed and breakfast for those who wish to get away from it all.
I. Lochtybank House: x
J. New Marnoch Bed and Breakfast: A tastefully decorated modern bungalow with off street private parking. Ideally suited for golf and touring the Castle and Whisky trails. Special rate for staying 3 nights or more.
K. Reiver House: A large victorian house built around 1900 which has been a Bed & Breakfast establishment for the past 14 years. Situated to the east end of the beautiful town of Forres. Just a short walk from the town centre near to the local golf courses.
L. Torchattan House: Situated in the heart of Aberlour, Moray and only two minutes away from the shops, so why not come and soak up the relaxing atmosphere in Aberlou.

Hotels for Scotland Golf In the Northeast
M: Brentwood Hotel: A town house hotel situated in the heart of Aberdeen city center. Very convenient for business, leisure vacations, golf, sight seeing, touring, shopping, theatre, concert hall, cinema and the various entertainment venues in town.
N. Dunavon House: x
O. Lochlorian House: x
P. The Station Hotel: A comfortable, family run hotel with 15 bedrooms, all en suite, situated in the historic seaside town of Portsoy. Offers discount golf packages for 11 courses in the Moray Firth area, including Duff House Royal, Fraserburgh, Moray and Cullen.

Self-Catering Cottages and Apartments for Scotland Golf In the Northeast
Q:Abade Self-Catering: A small group of hand-picked traditional lodges, unusual places to stay and quality holiday cottages in Scotland – most just an hour’s drive from Edinburgh and Glasgow and St. Andrews, "the home of golf."
R. Hunters Cabins: x
S. The Steading Cottage: x
T. Tulloch Lodges: Situated in gloriously peaceful woodland by an enchanting lochan in the Laich of Moray, the 8 self-catering lodges stand in a sheltered valley four miles from the lovely country town of Forres.
U. Yool Apartments: The two adjacent first-floor apartments, situated in the main street of Carnoustie. The Carnoustie Championship, Burnside and Buddon golf courses are within 500 metres.


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