Kilspindie Golf Club
East Lothian, Scotland
Kilspindie Golf Club overview
Kilspindie Golf Course in Scotland can offer a great test for any golfer. Situated on the beautiful coast of East Lothian this golf course uses brilliant natural links land. Hidden among the nature reserve of Aberlady Bay, golfers may witness sea-birds diving for food, migratory geese, and seals relaxing on the sand.
Golf Course at Kilspindie Golf Club
The layout at Kilspindie Golf Club was designed by Ben Sayers and Alex Mackenzie Ross in 1898, Kilspindie golf course uses classical natural links land on the beautiful Scottish coast of East Lothian. Although a relatively short golf course, it is doused in history and is the annual host to the oldest foursome competition in the world. In the distance, you can see the profile of Edinburgh, its Castle, and the long-extinct volcanic cone of Arthur’s Seat. The course is secreted away from the village via a few hundred yards of private, single-track road.
Accommodation near Kilspindie Golf Club
A fabulous venue to stay at on a golf tour to East Lothian. Duck's Inn offers 23 bedrooms and two restaurants offering bar Bistro meals or fine dining.
A superb base from which to explore all of what East Lothian has to offer, Craigielaw Lodge is home to a championship standard 18-holes links course and is located within 30-minutes of the capital city, Edinburgh.
The Nether Abbey Hotel
Situated in the attractive town of North Berwick, with its sandy beaches and picturesque harbour, The Nether Abbey is a 3-star friendly, family run hotel ideally located on Scotland’s famous golf coast.
Macdonald Marine Hotel & Spa North Berwick
Macdonald Marine North Berwick is a famous 4-star hotel which dates back to the 19th century. Ideally situated along Scotland’s golf coast (East Lothian), golfers will absolutely love this hotel and its close proximity to the local course.