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Castle Stuart Golf Links, Dalcross
(4.1/5 based on 130+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • The course is spectacular and the views breathtaking, but that won't surprise many familiar with this course. Where this place really excels is in the extra touches. Bare in mind you've likely paid th...  more »
  • Fine club house and friendly reception staff. Course has several tees so length can be varied, helpful in the generally strong winds. Course in good condition and with mostly fine views. Generally cha...  more »
  • I had heard very good reports from friends and family playing this relatively new links course to the east of Inverness so the opportunity to play could not be missed. The layout is sensational with h...  more »
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  • Gil Hanse designed and pushing Kingsbarns hard for the moniker of the best modern built course in Scotland. Best described as a modern links owing to the running links design ethos of Bandon Dunes and Kingsbarns. Fairways are wide and forgiving, the greens however are some of the most challenging anywhere. Modern club house that is hard to fault, vistas from the panoramic third floor unmatched. Great view across the firth to Fort-rose, hard to keep your mind on the course given its location and scenery.
  • No experience because I have not visited but I will visit it on 2 July after visiting London and edenburg
  • Awesome experience! We also happened there on a night with no other bookings. It was also very windy that night. Having the castle to ourselves and the creaks and groans added to the haunted castle atmosphere. The hotel is now run by Caroline Stuart, a truly gracious person. She gave us a quick tour and history of the castle that ended at our room, the MacIntosh Room, then told us to feel free to explore the castle. I was like an obnoxious little kid running up and down the spiral stairs checking out every room not marked private. It is an excellent example of a 17th century castle with spiral staircases, secret doors, battlements, fireplaces, and a few whimsical touches like the Elvis Karaoke machine. My wife doesn't like stairs (not even spiral ones) so she didn't explore with me, but the Drawing room was only a couple more steps up from our room, so we spent some time there in front of the huge fireplace answering emails and planning the next day. Caroline made our breakfast, Scottish food that I wanted to try and "simpler" American fare for my wife. During breakfast she gave us some more history and helpful information about things to do nearby. Thank you Stuarts for restoring this treasure and opening it up for others to enjoy.
  • Not bad 60