GOLFING IN THE HIGHLANDS
Kincraig Castle Hotel is owned by a family of golfers and boasts its own golf practice facility with a 4 holes pitch & putt course within the castle grounds, a feature which is unique among hotels in the Scottish Highlands. There are 20 golf courses within a 20 miles radius of the hotel, the most famous of which are the Royal Dornoch, Castle Stuart and The Nairn Golf Club championship courses.
The Scottish Highlands conjure up images of breathtaking scenery and the stunning landscape is used to great effect when it comes to the Highland region's golf courses. The challenges of the golf courses allow the seasoned professional and the occasional amateur golfer to enjoy a round of golf in Scotland: 'The Home of Golf' - and what is more Scottish than the stunning Highland Region? Make your golf visit a proper 'hole in one' by exploring and enjoying the golf courses of the Highland Region using Kincraig Castle Hotel as your base.
We’ll be happy to arrange tee times for our guests on any golf courses and we can offer special ‘Stay & Play’ golfing packages.
Within an hour of Kincraig Castle are classics such as:
Royal Dornoch Golf Club, currently ranked 1 in Scotland and 6 in the world by Golf Digest.
Brora Golf Club, James Braid's 1891 seaside Masterpiece which Five-time Open Champion Peter Thomson stated was "the best traditional links course in the world".
Carnegie Links at Skibo Castle, the exclusive course located at Andrew Carnegie's Skibo Castle.
Golspie Golf Club, James Braid 1889 seaside classic rumoured to have the finest greens in Scotland.
Tain Golf Club Old Tom Morris clever 1890 design hosted Scottish Ladies Amateur Championship in 2012.
Castle Stuart Golf Links, Scottish Open Venue and voted best new course in Scotland.
Nairn Golf Club. Founded in 1887, this is one of Scotland’s finest golfing venues,
Nairn Dunbar offers a Championship Links course that challenges players of all abilities.
We strive to ensure your stay with us exceeds your expectations, making an unforgettable visit.