Some people think that Carnoustie on the Angus coast derives its name from the Norse words ‘car’ meaning rock and ‘noust’ meaning bay.
Others think that the name’s origins lie in the ancient language of the Golfer people and that it translates roughly as ‘home to possibly the most challenging championship links course in Scotland’.
Take up today’s Big Deal with the Carnoustie Golf Hotel and you will have an enjoyable two night stay irrespective of whether or not you can tell your albatross from your eagle.
The four star Carnoustie Golf Hotel is situated next to the 1st tee and on the 18th green of the famous Carnoustie Golf Links Championship Course. Many of the hotel’s 85 rooms have views over the course while others look over the charming seaside town of Carnoustie.
Factor in the adjacent Burnside Course plus the nearby Buddon Links and this Big Deal adds up to a golfer’s dream mini-break.
Guests at the hotel can benefit from preferential tee times on all three courses.
2 night break
This relaxing Big Deal is for two people to spend two nights in the Carnoustie Golf Hotel on a bed and breakfast basis.
Prosecco and strawberries on arrival will help you get in the swing of things while a delicious three course dinner in the hotel’s Dalhousie Restaurant on the first night is also included.
Specialising in locally sourced ingredients, the restaurant has won an AA rosette for the quality of its cooking.
A late check out of 3pm on your departure day means that your visit will be a blissfully relaxing experience from beginning to end.
Extensive leisure facilities
The golfing here is fantastic but it’s not the only reason to visit. The hotel’s extensive leisure facilities are also a big attraction.
Pamper yourself with treatments from the wide range of spa treatments (not included) or simply enjoy the large heated swimming pool, sauna, whirlpool, steam room and, for the more energetic, a fully equipped gymnasium.
Outwith the hotel, Angus offers miles of unspoiled charm, idyllic beaches, untouched glens, rugged mountains and breath-taking scenery to explore.
What are you waiting for? This Big Deal would make a great golfing break but would also be ideal for a simple summer getaway for non-golfers.