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Carnoustie

This quaint town is located in picturesque Angus, near Dundee and Arbroath. There are many attractions here that bring visitors from far and wide, which include beach sports such as windsurfing, sailing and paddle boarding as well as visiting Carnoustie Links, a world famous golf course. The surrounding local area transforms from rolling countryside to dramatic mountains and glens within a few short miles, making Carnoustie a great location for walking holidays, hiking breaks and a range of other outdoor activity holidays.

The city of Dundee is just a short drive along the coast and boasts a great range of attractions, from the historic ship Discovery to the Science centre – along with a good selection of shops, restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.

We love Carnoustie because...

  • Great for golf
  • Ideal for water sports
  • Perfect for outdoor lovers
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Hotels
Hotels in Carnoustie
Carnoustie-Breaks vacation-Carnoustie Golf Hotel
Carnoustie Golf Hotel
The Links Carnoustie DD7 7JE

Being just a few feet from the 1st and 18th tees on the Carnoustie championship course puts the hotel within touching distance of golfing legends.

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Carnoustie Golf Hotel
The Links Carnoustie DD7 7JE

Being just a few feet from the 1st and 18th tees on the Carnoustie championship course puts the hotel within touching distance of golfing legends.

In and around Carnoustie

Carnoustie Golf Links

There are few locations in golf more famous than Carnoustie. Its championship course is one of the game’s finest and most challenging, and has hosted the most prestigious competitions attracting the biggest names in the sport. A visit to Carnoustie wouldn’t be complete without at least one round on the Carnoustie Links, so come and visit and admire the beautiful surroundings of this pristine corner of Scotland as you tee off.

RRS Discovery

The last traditional wooden ship to be constructed in Britain, the Discovery was the ship that took Scott and Shackleton to the Antarctic, and is now home to a fascinating museum. Enjoy exhibitions featuring multimedia and audio visual elements as well as relics from the crew, which walk you through the story of these brave men’s unfathomable voyage into the unknown.

Glamis Castle

Once home to the Queen Mother herself, this category A listed, grand building dates back to the 17th century and today offers visitors a range of intriguing exhibits, as well as beautiful grounds, a café and nature trail. Learn about the local history and admire the beautiful architecture as you take a tour of the interior with one of the enthusiastic tour guides.

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