Set in Crieff, Perthshire, one of Scotland's most scenically beautiful and welcoming towns, this is an enjoyable test of golf.
There has been an inn here since at least 1785 and the present family has been here since 1912. In terms of history, then, it doesn't get much better. Although not much of the original building remains it still boasts terrific views of the Perthshire Hills. The course is of heathland nature and features water hazards, stocked with trout, which come into play on a numerous occasions. Residents of the inn can enjoy the golf course here as part of their stay, making it ideal for a weekend away, where you can also work on your short game
It's a nine hole course that features testing par-3s thanks to the abundance of water around the small, well maintained greens.