Your Golf Trip to Aberdeen, Scotland

Stay and play at a 13th-century manor house in Scotland where you can enjoy whisky tasting and ‘dome dining’, with four historic Scottish links less than 30 minutes away.

Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course

Meldrum House is a 13th-century manor house tucked away in 240 acres of tranquil Aberdeenshire countryside. It’s a stunning retreat that combines centuries of history with the latest in luxury service and modern amenities. It’s famous for whisky, the Knights Golf Course, and its outdoor ‘dome dining’.

Meldrum House Country Hotel & Golf Course Scotland

Rooms & suites – You can stay at The Manor House: 10 unique rooms where you can relive centuries of grandeur; the Estate Wing: 4 Deluxe rooms, 14 Superior rooms and 10 King guest rooms; The Stables: rooms with beams and beautiful furnishings; or the Chain Lodge if you want a gathering together with friends or family all in one place.

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Indulgent dining – Led by renowned chef Alan Clarke, Meldrum House is one of Aberdeenshire’s top destinations for ‘foodies’. Enjoy afternoon tea or a casual lunch or supper in the 800-year-old ‘1236 @ The Cave Bar’, sit down for dinner in the award-winning Pineapple Grill & Seafood Restaurant, or eat with friends in one of the private dining rooms.


‘Dome Dining’ – Enjoy bespoke lunch, dinner and drinks in one of the four futuristic private dining domes, which have stunning views across the estate, the resident highland cows, and golf course. The domes are heated or air-conditioned depending on the weather, and guests are bathed in natural light in the day, and then at night the stars come out.

dome dining Scotland

Titan Sky Bar – This is the largest of the luxury domes, measuring 10 metres in diameter, where guests can enjoy drinks with spectacular views of the manor house, surrounding countryside and the sky above.

Sky bar Scotland

Meldrum House Golf Course – The resident golf course here is one of the finest parkland courses in Scotland, measuring just over 7,000 yards from the back tees. Designed by Graeme Webster, water comes into play at ten of the holes. Five tee positions at each hole ensures every level of player is catered for. There’s a pro shop, Teaching Academy with practice areas, video analysis and driving range, and the clubhouse serves casual dining dishes in the lounge or on the terrace.

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Whisky tasting – Meldrum House’s 800-year old Cave Bar dates back to 1236 and was part of the original manor house. In 2019 the hotel won Whisky Magazine’s Global Icon Hotel Bar of the Year award, thanks to its 120 whiskies as well as the world’s largest collection of Glen Garioch whiskies. At the ‘Whisky Club’ you can enjoy tasting as many as you like and mix and match with food.


Wonderful golf

Trump International Golf Links – Located on a beautiful stretch of Aberdeenshire coastline between the excellent courses at Murcar Links and Cruden Bay, this 7,400 yard, par-72 championship course is an exhilarating place to play golf in Scotland. All 18 holes thread their way through secluded valleys and huge dunes and rise to panoramic views of the North Sea’s wild coastline.

Trump International Golf Links

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club – Founded in 1780, this is the eighth oldest golf club in the world and one of the most testing and spectacular links courses in Scotland. The picturesque layout winds its way between great dunes, with elevated tees offering gorgeous sea views. It hosted the Scottish Open for the first time in 2014, won by Justin Rose.

Royal Aberdeen Golf Club

Murcar Links Golf Club: Right next door to Royal Aberdeen, Murcar Links is wonderfully rugged with huge sand dunes, crumpled fairways, burns and heather with glorious views from the elevated tees. It’s testing and challenging with raised tabled greens.

Murcar Golf Links

Cruden Bay: Upgraded in 2014, this links has huge towering sand dunes, elevated tees, humped and hollowed fairways and punchbowl greens. Sea views and a stunning beach are followed by secluded moments in the dunes, and there’s drivable par fours, blind drives and back-to-back par threes. One of the best in Scotland.

Cruden Bay
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