- Golf Courses
Letham Grange boasts of two golf courses set in the tranquil, picturesque Angus countryside. Located in Colliston, Abroath in Central Scotland, the Old course and Glens Course are quite different from the windy links courses of Scotland. This does not, however, mean that they offer less of a challenge - in fact Letham Grange Old Course is considered to be one of the most difficult inland ...
- Angus and Dundee
Arbroath, located in Angus of Scotland, is famed for a number of its attractions. Standing proudly on the coast of the North Sea, Arbroath has much to offer its visitors, including golf courses, stunning natural wonders, caves, beaches and historical structures. Be sure not to miss this amazing destination in Scotland.
- Golf Courses
Prince Andrew, Duke of York hit the first tee shot at the inaugural match here in 1995, giving the course its name. Duke’s is the only non-links course at St Andrews and is the course built by the Old Course Hotel. Despite its location next to the 17th hole of the Old Course at St Andrews, the hotel could not guarantee its guests tee times there. Hence a new inland course was built for their use.
Colliston Castle is the dream come true venue for any girl who wants a romantic locale for her wedding. It has been the venue of many a fairy tale wedding and it is the first exotic location in Scotland that comes to mind while planning a grand wedding or corporate event. The arrangements made by the Colliston Castle Company while organizing a major event are perfect and leave nothing to be ...
Between Aberdeenshire and the Perth/Kinross region, Angus and Dundee offer rugged coastlines and soft rolling foothills. A great place to unwind and spend a holiday, Angus and Dundee offer a variety of sports, sights and activities.