Scotland is the birth place of Golf and the whole of the country is dotted with fine courses.

Culdearn House was listed among the ten best hotels for golfers in Scotland by Scottish Field

There are some beautiful and challenging courses in the area including:

Grantown on Spey – 18 holes, 5747 yards. Founded more than 100 years ago, this course has something to offer players of every standard. A fairly demanding course, in a typical woodland setting with magnificent view of the Hills of Cromdale and Cairngorm Mountain range.

Boat of Garten – established in 1898 and designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture James Baird. A demanding and challenging course of 18 holes 5967 yards situated in the most breathtaking setting and where the Speyside Steam Train runs along side the 4th.

Kingussie – 18 holes, 5555 yards. This course was designed by Harry Vardon, and opened in the 1890s. It has enchanted golfers ever since with its stunning views of the Speyside Valley. The highest green is at 1000 feet.

Newtonmore – 18 holes, 5890 yards. On the old flood plain of the River Spey, this parkland course offers a combination of thrilling golf amidst splendid scenery.

Ballindalloch Golf Course – 9 holes 6495 yards. Recently open and designed by Donald Steel it nestles amidst mature trees on the banks of the River Avon. A challenging course but one that many guests enjoy immensely.

There are also the northern championship courses of Nairn and Royal Dornoch within a day’s drive from Culdearn House Hotel.

Other notable course are Castle Stuart Golf Links (a recent venue for the Scottish Open) and the MacDonald Spey Valley golf course. We will be delighted to help you book tee times.