Stunning scenery and a lively city - is it any wonder that golf breaks in Edinburgh are so popular. Superb courses which offer everything for beginners and pros alike, the Golf Travel Centre will show you the very best. Our Edinburgh golf packages incorporate courses such as Muirfield, the third most used for the Open Championship. Stay at the incredible Marriott Dalmahoy Hotel & Country Club, with spectacular views of Edinburgh Castle and the Forth Bridges. Edinburgh city centre is close to the surrounding golf courses. There is much to see and do on golf breaks in Edinburgh: sweeping glens, mighty mountains and a wonderful nightlife, Edinburgh offers a memorable Scottish golf experience. Browse the Golf Travel Centre’s range of golfing holidays, s
A good golf break to Scotland is fundamental to any true golfers to do list. And at the heart of this lies Edinburgh: one of Europe’s most beautiful cities, Edinburgh is a town famous for theatre, the arts, philosophy, and a contrastingly down-to-earth local ready to turn his nose up at all of it and head to a crowded pub for a pint of the black stuff instead.
For the best golf resort in Edinburgh, we have chosen the Dalmahoy Hotel and Country Club. Dalmahoy golf is famous for attracting golfers of all levels, looking to play the venue of the first European Ladies Solheim Cup. Designed by James Braid to Championship standards, this undeniably the best of Edinburgh’s golf courses.
Off the Course
You cannot go to Edinburgh without testing your taste against the staggering variety of Edinburgh Fringe Festival. The biggest festival of the performing arts in the world, pop into any venue and find everything from world shaking shakespeare to obscure and opaque student performances of the avant-garde you aren’t likely to understand, let alone enjoy.
When is the best time to Golf in Edinburgh?
The best time for a golf holiday to Edinburgh is June through August for a positively lovely 18°C. Of course, this is also the busiest time, so consider the shoulder months either side for a quieter time. Alternatively, test your mettle and your swing against the Scottish weather in winter: however, this option is not for the faint hearted or the warm blooded.