Garvally House Guest House provides excellent golf accommodation in Scotland. Well placed for easy access to some of the finest Golf Courses in Scotland including the Old Course at St Andrews, Gleneagles and a plethora of equally delightful but less well known courses throughout central and eastern Scotland.
Garvally House Guest House offers luxury 5 star accommodation.
One Hour and 15 Minutes by car from the Old Course at St Andrews
30 Minutes from Gleneagles
Rated Five Stars by the Scottish Tourist Board
Rated Excellent on TripAdvisor
Free High Speed internet in all parts of the building
Large Well Appointed Bedrooms
Luxury En suite Bathrooms equipped with walk in High Pressure Showers
Central heating throughout
Tea and real coffee facilities in bedrooms
Bedrooms equipped with flat screen TVs
Secure parking for cars and motorcycles
Movies streamed in Bedrooms
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Alloa Golf Club
First tee : Looking North towards the Ochil Hills
Golf course architect James Braid designed a 6,266-yard par 71 course on the 150 acres of rolling parkland beneaththe Ochil Hills that are Alloa Golf Club’s home. A test for even the most seasoned golfer.
Braehead Golf Club
Braehead Golf CourseWinter 2014 Stirling Castle and Wallace Monument in middle distance
Braehead Golf Club dating back to 1891, when the original inspection of the land was conducted . The course is a par 70 measuring 6,053 yards. The club prides itself on its friendliness, claiming to be the course of choice of ordinary working men and women. Parkland layout offers a very attractive variety of challenging holes. Several par fours might appear on the card to be very straightforward, however, even the shortest of these can easily extract revenge on the over-confident golfer.
Dollar Golf Club
Yes that is Castle Campbell overlooking the course
Established in 1890, the club has moved to the present course in 1906 and was the first 18-hole course in Clackmannanshire. Designed by Ben Sayers who decided that due to the nature of the landscape bunkers would not be required, which is still the case today. The signature hole is the 97-yard second, featuring a blind shot to an elevated green. Failure to reach the green can be costly
Muckhart Golf Club